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HiFiMAN Sundara Closed-Back Over Ear Headphone Review

The Sundara Closed Back driver does have some familiar HIFIMAN tech besides the stealth magnets and that’s the NEO super nano diaphragm. If you look at the exploded view you also can see two sets of magnets. So the driver is a dual-sided magnet planar.


What You Get in the Box

  • Sundara closed-back headphones
  • Dual-sided 3.5mm cable connectors with 3.5mm termination
  • Quarter-inch jack


It is no doubt that spatial imaging and layering can be good in their own right. Its soundstage outdoes a lot of closed-backs in terms of width and dimension. It takes the floaty sound environment of the open version and translates that spaciousness to a closed setting.

Low End

The closed-back version does its best job of offering a more substantial low-end response while maintaining as much clarity as possible. Bass instruments have a more forward feel, cutting into the mid-bass with tightness and speed. The level of depth, combined with its growling tone and mid-bass punch makes the Sundara closed-back a potential bass-head favorite.


The strong low-mid warmth never clouds the rest of the frequency response in bloatedness. Vocals are sharp and front-facing for enhanced vividness.


Its high frequency is also a warm feeling, and it will not be very obtrusive.


Sundara headphones are gentle and gentle headphones, and their sound will not tire of listening for a long time. And at this price, his appearance and workmanship are very satisfactory.


The HiFiMAN Sundara Closed-Back is available at Wishaudio, and you get a headphone storage bag when you buy it.