Reviews and Problems with Bang & Olufsen EarSet 3i
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A stylish functional music accessory
2 weeks ago
Summary: EarSet 3i represents one of the great affordable masterpieces from B&O. It has quite a functional, and unique style with good visibility of branding for those that want to be discreet. It is evident that ergonomics had been in the brain storming session of designers.
Pros: Clear vocals, Great build, lack of distortion in high volume, good quality mids and highs, adjustable ear rests, fluid dampening in hinges
Cons: bass could be better, no noise suppression at all, everyone else can hear at higher volume
Summary: Well worth the money and in good condition with packaging and warranty :-)) I would recommend this product to real music lovers who requires quality sound. I prefer this particular model than the latest one on the market as owner of (x2)already. Happy listening
Summary: This may be an expensive toy, however, as a young(ish) hearing aid wearer I needed a pair of earphones that are flat. Albeit expensive these earphones are easy to use, fit perfectly although they take a minute to get in position and above all else the sound quality is exceptional.
Summary: These earphones are expensive... but my dad gave to me when he bought some serious Bose qc headphones so I cant really speak from the point of view of someone who has shelled out over £100. In a way it will help the review that I have no investment in these - a degree of impartiality is added.
Summary: I previously had the same headphones without phone capability now they are perfect. In sound and enable me to answer a call without unplugging anything. The fit and design is also a big plus point.
Summary: My other half brought these home after his coworker bought them duty-free on an airplane and found no use for them afterwards. These headphones will definitely make you one of "those pesky people with *their* headphones" on the train.
Summary: I've had several B&O A8 headphones, wearing them out eventually with my rough-and-tumble storage. I won't get on the tube without my headphones to block out those pesky people with *their* headphones, or those uncivil people who darest speak on the train.