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  1. Here's a nice surprise - when this was announced, of course I wanted one, but I had doubts that it would compare favorably to the B&O H6 that cost twice as much, noting that the H6 was far from perfect itself. Not to worry - the H2 has comparable physical quality, although it's appointed much more simply and with no accessories. The H6 had (or has) a significant upper midrange emphasis that alters its tonality somewhat (compared to the usual flagships), a tonality similar to what I experienced with the $700 (USD) ATH ESW11LTD. The H2's only wart (if I can call it that) is that the treble is a few decibels shy of my minimum, where my minimum is 6 db or so shy of the Beyer T1 and T90, the AKG K812, and possibly the Sennheiser HD800. For $200 and with a fair degree of B&O quality, highly recommended. Bang & Olufsen (B&O) H2 On-ear Stereo Headphone review