Summary: By Randall Jones Currently I think these are the best headphones on the market for active persons who want good sound quality. I would rate the sound quality a 7.5/8 and fit a solid 9. I am not an expert, but over the past two years I have tried Bang & Olufsen, Shure, Klipsch, Sony, & Nike for a work out headphone solution.
Summary: Very comfortable fit and extremely lightweight, these earphones are a good quality product but with an expensive price tag. I particularly like the flexibility of the ear-hook so they fit easily on your ears. The leather carry case is a useful accessory. The sound quality is excellent overall but the bass is not the best I have heard from other earphones.
Summary: Good quality, lightweight, very comfortable earphones, offering decent sound quality and clarity. As they sit somewhat outside the ear rather than fully into the ear canal, there's slightly less bass, and more sound leakage, so not so good if you want to listen in a public place loudly, but for listening at home, perfect. They're very light, and comfortable to wear even for extended periods.
Summary: Singapore's Creative Technology, and their American subsidiary Creative Labs, have produced some innovative audio products for the digital age - the highly regarded Sound Blaster PC card launched 20 years ago, and the Zen MP3 player range being the most famous of these. Standalone sound cards are now fairly rare and the Zen range has lost ground to Apple's iPod and the new Sony MP3 players. So what has Creative got up its sleeve today?
Summary: The excitement I felt at the prospect of reviewing a pair of phones valued at £170 exceeded the reality. What these phones do well is two things: first, they look amazing; sleek, minimalist, unobtrusive, and they come presented in a very flash display box that has a pleasing weight to it; second, they are hugely comfortable to wear, in fact you hardly notice they are in your ears, and there is no rustle when the cable scrapes over your clothes.
Summary: I've had a few head and ear phones in my time, nothing quite as "exclusive" as the Creative Aurvanas but some pretty good ones over the years. Sonically, the Aurvanas are a match for any of them, with a superb clarity in the mid and high range that belies their diminutive size. They're also pretty attractive, in a minimalist kind of way, being little more than earphones attached to flexible metal braces that hook over your ears and provide support as well as helping them...
Summary: I think I need to start off by saying that my regular headphones are Sennheiser HD 448's. These are impeccable headphones in their own right so I was slightly biased towards those at the beginning. However I kept in mind that these are Earphones, with the main focus being on portability, and for that... they are truly amazing. SOUND QUALITY The quality of the sound is superb. For acoustic and treble sounds not even my Sennheiser's could match these.
Strange design that seems to work, but can be fiddly though.
L. W. Newton "lwn83", Amazon
23 November 2009
Summary: The first thing you notice when these Creative earphones arrive is how well presented they are, and how difficult they are to remove from this presentation box, unclip here unclip there and your in, but yet again I feel that the amount of packaging used is completely unnecessary.. These earphones look quite unusual in their appearance with the phone itself being attached to the ear clip with a hinge, this allows you to insert the phones and then swing the ear clip behind...
Summary: Gli Aurvana Air della creative è uno di quei pochi set di cuffie che ottenne anche il premio Red Dot Product Design per il design particolare ed elegante. Anche la confezione in cui vengono riposte queste fantastiche cuffie è molto rifinita.Grazie ai suoi lineamenti delicati, alle superfici riflettenti e le cerniere amorevolmente costruite le rendono delle cuffie per gente che desidera qualcosa in più rispetto alle solite cuffie.
Summary: Ich habe es mir lange überlegt, ob ich den Ohrhörern 5 oder 4 Sterne geben soll. So eine Bewertung ist immer subjektiv und auch davon abhängig, welche Vergleichsmöglichkeiten man gehabt hat. Und subjektiv würde ich den Hörern gerne 5 Sterne geben. Oder sogar mehr. Sagen wir sieben.