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Atomic Floyd TwistJax

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Atomic Floyd TwistJax Review

Digitaltrends
2 March 2010
  • Conclusion: Atomic Floyd has a hit on their hands, as the TwistJax are some of the best-sounding earphones we have heard in quite some time. In fact, if you were to take a pair of B&W’s most expensive loudspeakers and squeeze them into a set of earphones, you might wind up with a pair of the TwistJax. They are that good. At $200 USD, these are not cheap, and there will always be the more expensive brands out there, but we feel you get a lot for your money here.
  • Pros: Amazing imagery, Deep, clean bass, Crisp highs and mid ranges, Quality construction, Lots of accessories
  • Cons: Ear fatigue after prolonged use, Metal initially feels cold to the touch, Passive noise reduction is better on competitors, not a big deal though, People sitting next to you can hear the music, sound leakage
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Overall 8
8.0

Atomic Floyd TwistJax headphones review

Pocket Lint
30 December 2009
  • Conclusion: Overall we were impressed with the sound quality, especially on pop and dance music, which makes them a great general headphone. They aren’t quite so adept with vocal or classical tracks because they lean towards a bassy delivery overall. We can't fault the look of the TwistJax either as they do look sensational, but we can't justify the cost compared to the performance of the similarly-designed Philips SHE9800. Good, but a little on the expensive side.
  • Pros: Good quality construction, good sound quality
  • Cons: Heavy, the "twist" seems pretty redundant, rubbers are a little too sharp for prolonged use
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Overall 8
8.0

Atomic Floyd TwistJax review

electricpig.co.uk
1 December 2009
  • Summary: Hefty headphones sure, but worth a look if you fancy a new pair of in-ear efforts
  • Pros: Great bassy sound, twisting ear buds, tangle free cable
  • Cons: A tad big, not top notch for folk
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