Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones Reviewed

Tascam TH-02 Closed Back Studio Headphones Reviewed
Written by Alyssia Walmsley

This post is really old, there is a new version here called Best Open Back Headphones ~ Alyssia 🙂

Tascam is an American company, and famous for a variety of products. The TH-02 headphones they designed are the greatest on the market at the moment, at a reasonable price. They are available in black color, and are designed in a beautiful sleek pattern that makes them seem hi-tech and fashionable.


The part of the headphones resting against your neck is smooth and soft. The best quality of the TH-02 headphones is that they are light in weight, and won’t burden you when you carry them around. The name of the company is advertised on the ear-cups and the neck, making them appear branded so that everyone knows you have a good pair of headphones on. The length of the cord is substantial, and it can be easily coiled without threat of it breaking.


The TH-O2 headphones are one of the best and compatible with most devices. This includes your TV and your computer, but can also work with your laptop as well as your iPad or tablet. However, the device has to have a slot which matches the pin of the TH-02 headphones or else you will be left with headphones that are useless, but look pretty good.


You can find many of these and they will be completely unused. Furthermore, they are always coming with a warranty, and even when they are sold secondhand they are refurbished. Sometimes, they come with a full warranty as well. The different types of stock are usually specified, such as whether the product is B stock or A stock. This difference in quality makes all the difference, so the consumer is made well aware of what they are buying before they make a purchase.


Rest assured, these will last you a long time. The material that they are made of is resilient and tough. Despite that, they are not heavy and you won’t even feel them around your neck. The cord is strong and will last for a long time, enduring all friction. The sound is pure and uninterrupted from outside sources because of the detection of frequency by these headphones which is very high.


Price variations can be found, ranging from $18.93 to $24.99. Free shipping may be available if the order is large enough.


We would recommend these because they are cheap and very qualitative. Worth your dollars.

About the author

Alyssia Walmsley

Alyssia is a Cornell University graduate of 2003 and a former lead technology development manager for Microsoft and Cisco Networking Systems. Between writing on her blog, SkyGone Inc, loves adventures and chocolate sprinkles!