Excerpt: At first glance, the new Atomic Floyd SuperDarts +Remote earphones look like a souped-up version of the bullet-designed Koss KEB40 or Ortofon e-Q5 earphones. The cord comes straight out the opposite end of the earphone instead of the side of the main shell. It’s obvious Atomic Floyd wants to make a statement with the SuperDarts. They are bold, sexy, heavy and red. Red cords and red accents – bold, indeed.
Pros: Successful blend of dynamic and armature speaker, Bold design, Durable and well made
Cons: Price, Weight, Skimpy ear tip selection, Case
Excerpt: UPDATE: Atomic Floyd, though distributors Noisy Motel , took the SuperDarts back after reading this review and sent us a new pair in the belief that the original pair were defective. They were right – the second pair had no sign of the muddy, ill-defined bass and lack of clarity we complained about in the original review. In fact, the sound is simply excellent across the range, and a delight to listen to. Surprisingly, even the cable noise seemed to be lessened.
Pros: Beautifully made; excellent audio across the range
Excerpt: It’s hard doing a review of a pair of earphones which cost over £100 when the Eurozone is in meltdown. But I’ll try, and the best way to convince you to take the plunge and invest in high quality earphones is to discuss the multitude of problems with cheap, plastic earphones that we all deny, […]
Conclusion: All-in-all the SuperDarts are one seriously exciting audio package. Atomic Floyd has listened to what people found wrong with previous earphones, put its thinking cap on and produced something that addresses just about every issue. The result is some of the best sounding and best designed headphones we have used for the price.
Pros: Fantastically balanced and detailed, very good build quality
Cons: Expensive and don't fit everyone's ears perfectly
Atomic Floyd SuperDarts: iPhone Kopfhörer der Premiumklasse im Test
23 January 2012
Conclusion: Hören ist stark subjektiv beeinflusst. Für die einen bieten die Atomic Floyd Hörgenuss pur, für andere sind die Kopfhörer eines Mitbewerbers möglicherweise einen Hauch besser. Doch seien wir mal ehrlich. Das eigene menschliche Gehör und die subjektive Wahrnehmung entscheiden. Zweifelsfrei hören wir durch unsere Erfahrung einen Unterschied zwischen Low-End, Mid-Range und High-End Modell.