The simple design at least gives it long-term durability, minimizing the number of potential points of failure, but the leather part of the headband feels very cheap, and adjusting the sides leaves visible paint scratches. The driver is fully exposed and completely visible and will leak sound out in all directions. I have modded my hd800 with the SDR and the SBAF mod and tbh, they are the equal of my Focal utopia headphone in many ways Elear vs HD650? The Utopia is quite a stretch in price past these others at $4000. I felt the same way about the HD6XX and my modded M1060(I know M1060 is not a great set but I really enjoy them). When I heard it for the first time on the Elex, I thought I was listening to the full range towers in my living room. They have great response and clarity. The only disappointing aspect is the quality is not premium feeling, they are plastic and I would have liked maybe an aluminum or some other metal, but that is not a detraction from their function more of their form . These are similar but better in my opinion in color, tone color, tonality, and resonance to the HD6XX. Stage depth is absurdly great for this price. The Eclair doesn't sound dead, and cymbal decay sounds defined enough, so I don't have any complaints about the >10 kHz on it. That’s not to say the Elex isn’t fun. The microfiber Clear pads also look great and feel wonderfully smooth, but I have a feeling that their light gray color will mean they won't look so good in a year. I also have the HE560 and the Elex and love both of them. This is from memory as I sold off my HD6XX after getting these. The soundstage isn't deep, but it's not a dull, unengaging kind of shallowness; rather, the music pops out right in your face. I don’t mind the weight at all (they are no HD700 though). In spite of this, the unevenness of the treble and the midrange dip does make the Sundara relatively lacking in detail for a headphone with a treble emphasis, although it's still better in that respect than the Eclair. I haven’t actually read up on the Elex that much just because I really didn’t like the Elear and figured the tuning would be similar. After an hour listening I tried hard but wasn’t sucessfully when trying to get the smile out of ny face. I like hearing fingers snap and snares hit with these cans, it presents them for me with Goldilocks level of treble enjoyment, and I really like my HD800 and HD700 if that means anything to you, dear reader . In this area, the HE560 becomes a little recessed, putting vocals slightly back, while the Elex moves them forward. My ideal FR lies close to Harman but leans slightly W-shaped: I like a few dB of upper bass warmth, an elevated mid-to-upper midrange for added presence, a small bump in the mid-treble for detail, and at least some air in the upper treble. Headphones.com is proud to present, for the very first time in partnership with Focal, the exclusive Focal Elear with Focal Utopia Earpads) along with Focal's Hard-Shell Carrying Case.. Coming in at just $599, the Focal Elear bundle represents tremendous value. It retails for around € 1000.- to € 1200.-. I used my playlist I created for this forum Forum.Headphones playlist, Senn HD700: I have to say I am a fan of the Senn sound signature….and I think these overall for me beat the snot out of the FOCAL Elex on all fronts, they are crisper, more accurate, and much more transportive. Focal Elear overview and full product specs on CNET. I found that I didn't mind in practice, however, as the upper bass warmth and energetic midrange seize the center stage with the Eclair. This is a tough one, they are definitely not bass cannons. This is a luxury looking, feeling and sounding item and it really does come at a good price that Massdrop is offering it at. Usually I will just give them to family members so I can still use them every now and then when I’m feeling it. Feel free to plug it into your phone's headphone jack if it has one. So-so at best. The Focal Elex is currently available on Massdrop again. I am a huge fan of the HE560, so the Elex is following suit. In fact, that comparison of the Elear vs PM1 wasn’t justified enough for the review, which is why I didn’t include it. It’s a dynamic driver that pushes the limits of a dynamic driver, with an excursion distance unlike any other headphone. I’m in pain myself! I don't have the most muscular of necks, but I still got used to wearing the Eclair within a few hours. I believe dampening material was changed or something to that effect. Honestly, this is where these are lacking, from what I’m used to anyways (HD800/700) I would describe the soundstage as a more intimate, close, and around my head. Massdrop has another drop on them. The Eclair's low midrange tonality sounds natural enough to my ears. It is distributed as well as I can imagine given it’s design, however a comfort strap may have helped. They are lighter than the LCD series and have a more technical sound to them than the Audeze. I did the majority of my listen with this headphone on the Topping DX7 balanced headphone amp/DAC, or the Millet Starving Student Hybrid Tube amp. I am concerned about how long the headband will last, however. The bass and the treble response are very similar besides that. they’re back on massdrop again, ending today Dec 26th. This is where I lack the skills and critical listening to describe headphones so bear with me . The sound quality is fantastic on the THX AAA 789, and they need lots of power. With a reset every 24 hours. The Elear is the entry-level headphone of this upper-tier series. I have a very similar problem…I’m always like but what if…I tend to try and get them in the hands of friends who I’m trying to give the audiophile bug( I know I’m evil and no ones wallet deserves that…but think of the ears!). They are practically all-black, expect for the metallic silver finish on the cup hinges and logo. It’s got a big build-up before synths and drums go nuts, all with a spacey theme to it. The acoustic virtuosos at Focal are on a roll. But really, I’m focusing on her voice. However, therein also lies the Sundara's Achilles heel: the dip at 1-2 kHz in particular makes female vocals sound hollowed-out and distant. Listen to music with the Elex, and you will probably find that music lacking a little something when you come back to the HD 600. The LCD-2C are heavy, but they cause jaw compression too. Descriptors I would use: Crisp, accurate, warm. This is a folk/bluegrass song with some fiddles, some acoustic guitars, and some heavy bass notes thrown in during the bridge. I'm trying to figure out what's closest to stock for when they need replacing. After swapping my HD-600 cable for balanced, they truly do provide a surprisingly deep and satisfying bass experience. Bottom line, I’m working on selling the LCD2C and find myself quite satisfied with my mid-range Sennheiser (that being the HD58X) and some cheap EQ’d hybrid IEMs for more portable use. Most of the build is metal, and the cups are large and well-made. The Elear tests at an impressive demonstrated frequency response of 5Hz to 23kHZ. Review: Focal Elear – Hyperior First, I want to make a quick comparison between the Elear and the good ol’ HD650. The clamp force is light out of the box, so I have no complaints on that front. It has a magnetic clasp, and the internal foam has a nice studio foam look to it (cool detail but irrelevant). For EDM, these can be awesome, or they can suck a lot. Black on black finish is very clean and has a nice touch feel. It is the smaller sibling of the Utopia. Skype, games with voice chat, mobile phones, etc. It's highly dynamic and very fun to listen to, an aggressive attention-grabber rather than a headphone to relax to. Everything is just more present and less veiled. The Clear, on the other hand, is the mid-tier at $1500. rodentdog Forum Resident. They also interact more with the pinna and create a more open soundstage than the Focal. The cables are wrapped in a paracord-like sheath and 6 feet long, as opposed to the really lengthy 10 feet ones that come with the Elear. On the flip side, this actually does make it sound more like a real speaker system than the other stuff I've listened to. I listen to an eclectic mix and I found these excellent for all of them, at least for me. for the price i preferred the massdrop fostex ebony with their v shape signature. The pads are outstanding! It's not a concern with most music, but Elvis is unlistenable on the Eclair. What headphones do you have in your collection and why? Hopefully you guys enjoyed my impressions/opinion, and I would love to hear what you think. Focal is a French company with a long history of making high quality loudspeakers and studio monitors. The velour is very nice against the skin. The Elear's stock cable is absolute dog shit, and whoever thought that repurposing a stiff garden hose as a headphone cable was a good idea should be deeply ashamed of themselves. Not a problem on the Elex. While the Sundara has its weaknesses, such flaws are to be expected at its price point. They do fit that HD6XX upgrade path at least for me, but I think after writing this that these will have to be shuffled off to get another pair of cans on my want list, maybe the Campfire Cascade. The Elex have been regularly stocked for some time now. These have a very light clamp almost non-existent, I would not take these to the gym . I don’t have a 6XX/650, but I do have a 58X and honestly I hardly ever listen to my LCD2C anymore. Their sound quality follows more our target curve with excellent mid and treble ranges. Thanks! I did not notice any creaking while they were on my head though. He also happened to buy it from them during the same sale, but decided to keep another headphone instead. The dynamics have bass quality that can give planars a run for their money, and the upper end provides the needed detail and air that make this headphone a good all-arounder. I haven't noticed any bass clipping on the Eclair, but YMMV. Additionally, they are made from an HD650 with a good amp is much better then Elear. But enough of a clamp to stay on the head comfortably and not slide off easily (for my head that is). The Eclair's upper bass is slightly warmer than neutral but thankfully does not bleed into the midrange at all. Like the Elear, the drivers are 40mm aluminum-magnesium, and are designed in an M shape. That being said I really don’t like the actual cable in practice, it is very “janky” and not very flexible. Agreed. It’s either broken in now or I’ve grown used it (and rather like it). The look of the Elear does a great job of announcing its presence. Focal Elear A headset is one headphone or pair with a built-in microphone. The midrange is ever so slightly forward. Honestly, I'm debating with myself whether or not to return mine, but the problem is that I still like it more than the alternatives that I've looked into. That’s interesting because a very common thread with the 6XX is that there is nothing that does the 6XX but better. Edmond – Prins Thomas: The Ananda requires a tad more volume on the amp, but not much. There were measurements on Verum Sonus before the site went down showing that the FR was identical, although the graphs weren’t saved: http://web.archive.org/web/20180717095043/https://www.verumsonus.com/focal-clear-vs-focal-elear-vs-focal-elex-comparison-review/, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. That being said they are sturdy but can creak if moved a lot. The enclosure of the Elear/Elex/Clear features an open cavity behind the driver, not unlike the HD6xx but a much larger radius. The Focal Elear is an open over-ear dynamic headphone. Pretty simple but effective. One of my favorite headphone test albums is listening to Daft Punk’s Random Access Memory. Massdrop "x" & Drop (Audiophile) - Official Thread, https://forum.headphone.com/t/best-implementation-of-product-reviews/1301/33?u=darthpool, 40mm full-range dynamic driver with aluminum-magnesium “M”-shaped dome, 20mm-thick perforated microfiber memory foam ear pads, Perforated microfiber headband with length adjustment and cup rotation, Storage box dimensions: 12.8 x 10.2 x 6.5 in (32.6 x 26 x 16.4 cm), Individually serialized on sticker under right ear pad, 6 ft (1.8 m) cloth-wrapped single-ended cable with ¼ in (6.35 mm) plug, 6 ft (1.8 m) cloth-wrapped balanced cable with 4-pin XLR plug. But in many songs, they distort the heck out of both sides. Everything is well built and sturdy. My Elex resulted in perceptual weirdness for about 20-30 hours of break-in, to include a slightly metallic/brassy voices, hyper separation of any volume differences in a mix, and high-end roughness (not harshness). changes (new editions) and new models that keep coming out. They are efficient. COVID-19. Skype, games with voice chat, mobile phones, etc. Never my choice for classical or acoustic though. However, I'd still pick up the Eclair over the Sundara in a heartbeat for music featuring female vocals. Over the last few weeks, we’ve been checking out some of Focal’s best and most impressive headphones, including the much-loved Focal Utopia headphones, the closed-back Focal Stellia headphones, and the slightly more affordable Focal Clear headphones.Now, we’re taking a look at a pair of headphones that are even more affordable — the Focal Elegia headphones. They sounded alright until I tried paying attention to what people were singing. The shoutiness makes it difficult to tell how much upper treble sparkle is present. Also, when I tried to EQ the sub-bass up, it made the bass sound oddly dirty. 15.9oz(450g) I don’t notice any neck fatigue while wearing these. They retail at $999 but can be found for about $799 now. The little faint sounds in the background are clear and distinguishable and you can easily point to in space where they are coming from. These are Dekoni Audio’s much-anticipated ear pads for Focal, compatible with the Elear, Clear, Clear Pro, and Utopia headphones, along with the Massdrop x Focal Elex. I found the Elex with potential untapped at lower listening volumes. It may be my ears, but the LCD2C sound “just fine” to me. I think this is where people get the upgrade from HD6XX. And because of that, I always find myself listening to this headphone at volumes higher than I normally would on other headphones. The shoutiness, however, can make some older, poorer-quality recordings with an already-harsh midrange unpleasant to listen to. For me, the Elex handles this fine. They contain the same 40mm (1.6-inch) M-type aluminum/magnesium driver, but made with a brighter aluminum housing. The build quality is phenomenal. I bought a cheap Elear cable off of eBay and am happy with it. Each Elear and Utopia is handcrafted by a two-person team at the Focal factory in France; one tech makes the driver, the other one makes the rest of the headphone. The headphones are surrounded by thick foam to protect it during shipment, with the two cables (balanced and unbalanced) in another slot in the foam. The body consists of bent strips of metal attached to cylindrical slabs with chain-link fencing for mesh and scratchy ear pads. High quality materials are used throughout. But I will say this without A/B’ng these and I just sit back and listen to them they really are a joy to listen to, they are like sitting in front of a warm open fire, damn it now I want to keep them…this is my struggle with these, when I think where they fit for me I have a hard time placing them, but when I just let go and listen… Mmm, I want to keep them….son of a…. It is a brighter headphone so songs that are emphasized in the upper region may sound harsh. I was going to compare them to the HD800 also but just not really worth it for me because the HD700 is a mini HD800 so if they can’t compare to it….well =), Frequency Response (snagged from Head-Fi/Massdrop). I’ve tried both and they are the same. I was gonna say the day I saw someone wearing an Elear / Elex / Clear to the gym is probably the day I go home and re-think how I am spending my money and why that’s not me haha. Clean and bright overall, great for classical. Dorian75 likes this. The Elex makes good recorded music sound even more enjoyable but imperceptibly, so it can still be considered as neutral. They have a nice solid thump that doesn’t intrude too much on the midrange. The frequency response is uneven enough that I'm not sure whether I'd call the Eclair bright or dark, although it leans closer to the former. Do the "damping" tweaks really fix the Elear's significant frequency response issues in this Elex version? The soundstage isn't particularly wide but not claustrophobic, either. But, it is really with the release of the Elear ($999) and its big brother, the Utopia ($3999) that Focal seems to have proven that they can play with the big boys of the headphone world. When they send review requests the product will return soon. Focal Elear open-back wired headphones reviewExcellent sound qualityBeautiful designA little heavy9Overall ScoreSound9Design9.5Comfort8.5Value9We review a ton of consumer-focused headphones here at Headphone Review, but every now and then we get access to something truly special. The Elex is an intimate set, they are warmer than the HD700, vocals are more intimate with less peaks, and female vocals come into the ear so very warm and intimate. Also have you tried Dekoni velour on the Elex? I have a hard time describing this topic and think that simple description is the best here. These have a melodiousness about them that I really enjoy, I’m not overly “wowed” by them but that could be because I’m spoiled by the HD800. The Clear, on the other hand, is the mid-tier at $1500. Changing pace, another track I’ve been listening to a lot lately is Krysta Nick’s Miles Away. Usually I will just give them to family members so I can still use them every now and then when I’m feeling it. He graciously offered to sell it to me for the same discounted price on Blinq instead of me waiting for the next Massdrop drop to come out. Good news: the Clear don’t just sound good, they sound distinctive. The lack of horizontal yoke swivel and the circular pads mean that it may not fit your head properly at all. and their sound sig didn’t blow me away, as i was expecting. I finally found time to collect my thoughts and write something about these. Now, none of this about audio quality or natural sound. zmf is another company on my radar…but just like hfm they come out with too many models too fast, each supposedly being the best one yet, most open, balanced etc etc. I actually like these as a relaxing set of headphones, they feel comfortable and are easy to listen to. The alcantara wrapped headband gives a plush feel to the crown of the head, while the metal band and cups feel ultra-premium. In summary – the Focal Elear is a great-sounding headphone! And their frequency responses prove that. looking at these elex or the upcoming hifiman jade 2 in Feb. The Focal Elex is a bit on the heavier side though. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. This is not a cheap headphone. The bass slams, but the transient reponse is fast and you get the little textures that you may not hear in a typical dynamic that compensates with a mid-bass hump. I found this on several songs going through my EDM playlist. The low sensitivity makes the Sundara moderately difficult to drive. The timbre's not too noticeable in most other cases, but acoustic, jazz, and classical do sound a bit unnatural on it. Be inspired by the sound of a high-fidelity system with a pair of Elear headphones, for hours of listening pleasure. Both offer full bodied bass and mids, but the fact that the upper-midrange is more in line with the rest of the midrange, almost makes the HD650 sound a … I read that as you would take them to the gym. This thread has measurements of every Focal headphone with every ear pad combination for those that are interested https://forum.headphones.com/t/focal-pad-rolling-experiments-measurements/2822. It’s just the nature of the beast really. This coloration enhances the Eclair's dynamic quality and makes already-aggressive music a treat to listen to. I’m thrilled that the Elex found a good home and that you’re enjoying it! I think Audeze’s design aims for synesthesia (sensory cross-over) and the traditional audiophile experience. The Elear/Eclair is quite heavy, but the thick headband cushioning helps even out the weight distribution. https://forum.headphones.com/t/focal-pad-rolling-experiments-measurements/2822, http://web.archive.org/web/20180717095043/https://www.verumsonus.com/focal-clear-vs-focal-elear-vs-focal-elex-comparison-review/. Not super technical but fun. Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled. It does get confusing. I’d like to thank redditor oxtoacart (pwjazz on Headphone Community) for selling me his set at a discounted price. i was trying out the audeze lcd2c i just got in…too heavy…ugh. They retail at $999 but can be found for about $799 now. Wear them high and tight. per audeze, a friend did warn me about the infamous weight issues for many of their models: suggested instead to try hfm…but their qc is so so. This isn’t really an issue for me on most music I listen to, but for those who may enjoy EDM music, the more bass emphasized Elear may be better suited for the task. In the end, I am pretty happy with my purchase. I’d love for someone to actually point where there’s damping on these as you can see right through them and aside from their coloring and pads there are no differences. I can sit and relax and sip whiskey and just let the music envelop me while listening with these, which is one of my favorite decompress things to do at the end of the day after the kiddo is asleep. They are also easy to pull out of the cups without feeling like I’m breaking something (I’m looking at you HD800). They are not in the ballpark of Audeze LCD series weight though, so that’s a blessing. Fortunately, the one I purchased didn't suffer from driver failure. The Sundara's cable is also awful, feeling like cheap rubber and suffering from memory when coiled up, a D+ to the Elear's D-. 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