Reviews and Problems with Creative Aurvana In-Ear2
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Creative Aurvana In-Ear 2
16 July 2011
Excerpt: Consumer Testers said Creative's Aurvana In-Ear 2 were among the most comfortable of the bunch
Pros: Consumer testers found them very comfortable to wear, Consumer testers said they stay put in ears during use, Durable, Repels water well, Light weight and wraps up tightly for easy portability, Comes with a travel case and three rubber-tipped earpieces, iPhone-compatible
Cons: Expected better sound quality given the price point
Excerpt: Every time that you buy a new MP3 player or some other similar device, you usually get a “free” set of bundled headphones. The bad news is that these are usually anything but stellar, leaving you to invest in a set of premium earphones on your own.
Conclusion: With solid construction, very good noise isolation and a great set of included accessories, the only question left is how much you value good looks. If you are willing to pay a little extra for build quality and aesthetics (you are reading Macworld Australia…) then Creative’s Aurvana In-Ear2 earphones offer good performance across a range of genres in a sleek design.
Pros: Good noise isolation and sound quality across a wide range of genres; nice set of accessories; sexy.
Cons: On the pricey side; no in-line volume control.
Excerpt: Poner a punto unos intrauriculares de elevada calidad de sonido y construcción robusta no es una tarea sencilla. A diferencia de los modelos abiertos y cerrados, el mínimo tamaño de los de tipo botón y su ubicación en el interior del pabellón auditivo limitan considerablemente su calidad de sonido y la precisión con que consiguen recrear la escena sonora
Pros: Su notable calidad de sonido y estupenda construcción
Cons: La extensión de los graves es comedida., Su precio nos parece elevado