We received this shipment last week in addition to the HD668B that we have reviewed, but we haven’t had the time to touch them until now. Our first impression of these Superluxes are very positive, and more Superlux reviews are on the way. But for now, we’ll just share some photos. Pictured here are the HD662 and HD662 closed headphones, as well as the HD381 IEMs.
We like the description Superlux applied for each headphone models. Unlike the regular marketing stuff other manufacturers write on their boxes, Superlux actually used a direct and clear description that aids potential buyers like “In hall feel”, or “On stage feel”.
The HD662 (left), and the HD662B (right) both employs a closed designed housing that looks very similar to AKG’s K271 line. Though they are only differentiated by their accent color, the sound signature are actually quite different.
From left to right: the HD662, HD668B, HD662B. The HD668B is different in that it is a semi open design, and also comes with a removable cable.
Same headphones, top angle. The 668B (center) is differentiated in that it comes with a headband similar to Audio Technica’s Wing support system. Though the 662s come with a regular headband, they are just as comfortable as the 668b. Notice the pouch that comes with the Superlux headphones.