Garrett Master Sound Headphones Reviews, Price and Specifications

Headphones for Treasure Hunting

Retail Price: $29.95 (£18.00, €21.00)

Number of Reviews: 3

Avg. Rating (3.0 Stars) average total

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Specifications:

  • Built, field tested and approved for use with all types of metal detectors
  • Efficient, wide dynamic audio range speakers enhance weak signals
  • Dual volume controls for adjusting signal levels to suit individual hearing requirements
  • Comfortable leather headband and ear cushions for maximum comfort
  • Reinforced 10-foot coiled cord with right angle, 1/4-inch stereo phone plug
  • Speaker impedance: 8 ohms per channel. Mono/Stereo
  • Frequency response: 30-18,000 Hz

Poor Quality

Bolldozer in Alberta - one star

Right from the start, the one side would only work intermittently. I soldered the connection to the volume pot, and that fixed it. The fit adjustment doesn't stay where you leave it, so I had to tape it up. I didn't buy these, they came with my detector, but I would not recommend them to anyone.

Apr 01, 2013
3 people found Bolldozer's review helpful.

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Good set for the money

Paul in Republic of Panama - best

They're a good set for the money, providing good audio, and you can adjust volume. I had no problem hearing signals for coins buried at 10 and 12 inches deep.
On occaision, I had to adjust the head band towards the back top of my head for better fit, not a big deal to me.
When I lost an ear cuff, I contacted Garrett to purchase another. I was blown away when they sent me new headphones at no charge!
For what you pay, it's a great value and you can buy these for less at major detector dealers.

Jul 29, 2012
5 people found Paul's review helpful.

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Not So Hot

Ron M in New Mexico USA - three stars

These are my first detector headphones so I can't give you my opinion on sound quality. The problem is the size adjustment, the positioning springs won't stay where I put them for a correct fit. They slide to maximum so the ear pieces sits too low. Maybe I can make them work with a hat.

Mar 14, 2012
16 people found Ron M's review helpful.

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