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Atomic Floyd TwistJax

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Overall 9

Atomic Floyd TwistJax Review

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 6

Atomic Floyd Twist Jax

What Hi-Fi?
10 January 2010
  • Excerpt: For some people, trying to fit in-ear headphones into their lugholes can be an awkward and painful experience. The earbuds can rotate on their fittings (it's referred to as Twist2Fit technology), thus eliminating the need for any over elaborate contorting in your ear canal. Once in place, the Twist Jax fit extremely snugly and the design is certainly befitting of a pair of premium headphones. They're weighty in hand and the metallic earpieces look exquisitely engineered.
  • Pros: Excellent build quality and comfortable fit, lively sound, decent detail
  • Cons: Hardness in the midrange and brittle treble, lack refinement and subtlety
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Overall 8

Atomic Floyd TwistJax headphones review

Pocket Lint
30 December 2009
  • Excerpt: Atomic Floyd make a range of headphones based on broadly similar principles. They are all lovingly machined from "acoustic" steel and are of a hybrid style offering both in-ear and earbud construction, the same as the Philips SHE9800 .
  • 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

Atomic Floyd TwistJax review

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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