Reviews and Problems with Monster iSport LIVESTRONG
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4 November 2015
Conclusion: We highly recommend these for outdoor activity enthusiasts who use smart phones or for the tech-savvy casual trail walker who wants the most capability from their accessories. These are a great investment and worth the purchase for an athlete who wants a headphone to do it all: play music, stay...
Pros: Durable, tangle-free cord, sweat-proof and washable, high-frequency sound quality, convenient controller and inline mic.
Cons: Durable, tangle-free cord, sweat-proof and washable, high-frequency sound quality, convenient controller and inline mic.
Summary: As I got a new iPhone 5 because my old one broke I decided to get some in-ear headphones while I was at it. I have owned a lot of different in-ear headphones before, but over the past few months I haven't had any.
Pros: Customizable fit, very good overall range, cool looking, don't fall out, cheap,
Cons: Hard to get in if you don't have the perfect pieces,
Summary: First of all, I am not a audiofile with several pairs of $1,000 headphones. I am more of a casual listener but I do like good sound. This is also my first review on head-fi so give me some feedback on this review.
For a long time I was happy with cheap headphones, apple, JVC, skullcandy, etc.
Pros: Bass is on the heavier side. Headphones stay in ear well once you find the right fit.
Cons: Durability is terrible. Mids are way too recesed. Bass is a bit bloated
Let me start by saying this is my first review here on head-fi and I would appreciate any feedback good or bad. Also I purchased these for $30 and will be reviewing them as $30 earphones.
I think that the design is my favorite part about these earphones.