- Excellent sound quality
- Great bass
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Great imaging and soundstage
- Long mic cable
- Plastic hinge covers makes it seem cheap
The Feenix Aria is an excellent entry level audiophile headphone that doubles up as a gaming headset due to its detachable mic. Its sound reproduction is awesome.
The Feenix Aria gaming headset has received positive reviews for its neutral frequency spectrum – a clean and tight bass, well balanced midrange frequency and clean and well extended treble frequencies. Users also liked its decent isolation and those with moderately sized ears found them to be comfortable, although they are initially quite tight and require around 20 hours to break in. Their imaging and soundstage are also said to be top notch, presenting a very immersive experience for a set of headphones. Their acoustic chamber is made from Japanese Pine Wood, making them a visual feast too. Some users did point out that the Arias may pose a problem for those with larger ears, causing some discomfort. The mic has an 8ft cable, which is really long and it is not braided, giving it a fairly cheap look and feel. The head adjustment mechanisms are also made from plastic, which could potentially break, but they are apparently just covers for the steel frame. The Feenix Aria are an excellent entry level set of audiophile gaming headsets, delivering great audio quality for what you may use them for.