Reviews and Problems with Monster iSport Immersion In-Ear Headphones
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26 March 2012
Conclusion: It’s hard to recommend the Monster iSport Immersion headphones unless you get a chance to try them on. Without the SportClip, the iSport is just another pair of in-ear headphones of which there are many others, and better verities out in the market. If the earphones do fit you properly (move around a bit to make sure) and the slightly off placement of the in-line remote control is not an issue, then the Monster iSport headphones are a good buy.
Excerpt: Today, we’re reviewing the latest batch of water-resistant and waterproof earphones from four different companies. Three of the earphones compete directly against one another: H2O Audio’s Flex ($30) and Dry Corp’s Dry Buds 100% Waterproof Headphones ($30) are extremely affordable options from established makers of waterproof cases, both silicone-tipped canalphones stripped bare of frills in order to hit their price points.
Excerpt: The Monster iSport Immersion headphones have an unusual design, with a curved crescent of rubberised plastic that tucks in the fold of your ear and helps to keep the eartips secure. Visit Group test: what are the best headphones?