Excerpt: Up until recently, sound quality in the main-stream mobile market was more of an afterthought than a design feature. But with the introduction of higher-end audio to the masses (Dre Beats, Monster, etc.), people have begun to realize how a good pair of headphones can really enhance their music.
Excerpt: Immediately, we were drawn to Fanny Wang Wang Buds. They look awesome and they’re the first in-ear headphones in the Fanny Wang Lineup, a brand we’ve become quite ...
Pros: Neat/Unique Design, Great Anti-Tangle Cable, Inline ControlTalk with Volume and Mic, Premium Build, Silicon earcaps are thin and don’t provide a good fit/seal, Poor noise isolation, High on treble
Cons: Neat/Unique Design, Great Anti-Tangle Cable, Inline ControlTalk with Volume and Mic, Premium Build, Silicon earcaps are thin and don’t provide a good fit/seal, Poor noise isolation, High on treble
Excerpt: I regularly listen to music at work as a way to drown out distracting noises or just for enjoyment. The problem is that I don’t normally care for over the ear type headphones and in-ear style earbuds because they tend to block out background noise too much. That may sound like an odd complaint, but I work in IT for my day job. People often walk up with questions or my co-workers want to talk.
Pros: Good bass, Good highs, Comfortable to wear even for extended periods
Excerpt: The Good Deep bass reproduction Well-constructed long cable Low noise leakage, making for excellent listening The Bad Buds are large Necessary silicone ear inserts accumulate earwax Low noise leakage, making them unusable for multitasking Earbud manufacturers have it rough. Just about every portable device has a pair, generally of iffy quality, but included sets have the advantage of being free.
Pros: Deep bass reproduction, Well-constructed long cable, Low noise leakage, making for excellent listening
Cons: Buds are large, Necessary silicone ear inserts accumulate earwax, Low noise leakage, making them unusable for multitasking