Reviews and Problems with Monster Cable Turbine Pro
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Best i ever used !!
*ARUN MANGU*, Monster Cable
6 October 2012
Excerpt: Monster turbine gold worth's more than gold. i had beats studio Bose IE2 and many others. beats are worthless, bose ie2 is good poor design and bass. Rcently i have purchased these earphones and these were really amazing. Clarity, bass everything are awesome.
Excerpt: I am using copper since 1 year ago. Great sound quality, clear and detailed. Vocal are easily recognized, music is balance and beautifully delivered. Noise isolation is good with proper seal, so you might want to experiment with the various tips it came with.
Pros: Added features, Comfortable, Compact Design, Great Sound Quality, Stylish
Excerpt: The Monster Turbine Copper is not a cheap IEM headphone. Getting that out of the way, its one of the best, if not the best, IEM headphoens you can get your hands on. You can feel the quality of the metal housing and the thick cables, and when you plug in some tunes, the sound is on par with the...
Pros: Comfortable, Compact Design, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality, Looks Amazing, Quality Microphone
Summary: Terrible build quality, the "copper" color disappeared after one-two months, plus the "copper"part disconnected from the silver part, cable noisy... well... sounds good, if you use it at home...
Pros: wide sound stage, accurate sound
Cons: heavy, ear piece disconnected after only a few months
Summary: Monster Turbine Pro Gold In Ear Headphones
Monster sent me these in-ear headphones at no charge in return for me writing and submitting a fair, honest review. This review is my own opinion and was not influenced or guided in any manner by Monster.
Pros: Wide frequency response, comfortable to wear
Summary: Well, this has been quite the turn of events! I had auditioned a full-sized Monster headphone, which I felt rather negative about, but the Turbine Pro Gold (TPG from here on) caught me quite off guard.
Pros: Great highs and low extension, tip fit and accessories, accessories, accessories!
Cons: Mids (vocal range, specifically) are a little recessed