Reviews and Problems with Monster Cable Diesel VEKTR
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Pretty Nice Headphones
Jordxn, Monster Cable
10 February 2013
Excerpt: These headphones are pretty nice, but the day after I received them for Christmas the remote stopped working, also the sound sort of messes up sometimes. You have to make sure the cord is in the right amount. You cant push it in too far
Summary: The sound quality is exceptional with these headphones. The bass, mids and treble frequencies are well-balanced, and they cater for a number of different music genres. One thing to consider before purchasing these is comfort.
Summary: I ordered these as part of the lightning deal for £50 instead of the then advertised sale price of £125, reduced from the £195ish RRP. I have included a picture of the head phones to make a comparison against Studio Beats and Solo Beats.
Summary: The Diesel VEKTR earphones have a pretty good bass range for being earphones. The mids are pretty good but nothing special. The highs are lackluster, they seem to fall flat a lot of the time, and sound kind of washed out.
Summary: The audio quality is pretty descent. The fit is rather snug. It can become tiring if used for long stretches of time. The plug is rather finicky too. It doesn't fit so well on my phone. Sometime, only one speaker works.
Summary: This is definitely not worth the original [price]. I'm glad i picked this up when it was on sale for $[...]. Upgrade to those of you who own earphones that came stock with your device, but for any audio enthusiasts with high expectations you can skip this pair.
Summary: These headphones are great for the bass junkie who is looking for a cheaper on-the-go type of earphone. That being said, the bass is well balanced with the mids and the highs. There is very little to no interference between the ranges.