Conclusion: There’s plenty to like about the Capital. They deliver incredible sound for the money, and give you the feeling that your money is well spent. We also love the durability built into the design – they’ll take a bit of a beating without showing it, giving you one less delicate piece of electronics to...
Excerpt: A while back, I reviewed Aiaiai’s TMA-1 headphones , which I quite liked because they sounded really good, were very comfortable and were built to take abuse. After all, they were designed to be DJ headphones. But at $200, they were not cheap. Then came the $80 Tracks portable headphones .
Pros: Well made and durable, Minimalist design, Forgiving of lower resolution MP3 files
Excerpt: Aiaiai Capital Headphone Review Aiaiai was ambitious when they set out to make the Capital Headphone (SRP: Php4,450). They wanted to achieve several things all at the same time: durability, sound quality, and comfort. Did they hit all three?
Excerpt: Ever since Dr. Dre’s line of Beats headphones came to the market, the over-the-ear type of headphones has had a resurgence of sorts. While companies like Sennheiser and Urbanears have both capitalized on the comeback of this trend, many new players are also jumping into the biz.
Summary: В рознице модель стоит около 4 000 рублей - по мне, так это идеальная вещь по соотношению цена-качество. Прекрасный дизайн и конструкция, особенно мне нравится кабель. Замечательный звук, просто замечательный, особенно оценят любители электронной музыки.