Summary: In this review, I will be introducing what I believe to be Noontec Zoro's brother, the Zoro HD. The Zoro was a very successful headphone that get positive reviews on several big audio forum/website like the Innerfidelity and CNet. While I personally have not tried the Zoro myself before, but today, a big thank you to Noontec for sending in me their Noontec Zoro HD for this review.
Summary: As a previous owner of beats (before the knowledge of head-fi and innerfidelity was bestowed upon me) I can speak to how much better these sound then Dr. Dre's less than impressive Solo HDs. But not only did they crush them, they also surprised me how well they actually do sound... Every thing is very clear and crisp in the highs, and the bass was well defined; not too boomy or overwhelming, just right for my taste.
Pros: Clear bass, bright trebles, great build, and really good looking phone, Very good for traveling. (also has removable cable)
Summary: See http://www.head-fi.org/forum/newestpost/622950 for the full "review"...
These headphones do a lot of things right and some things pretty wrong.
- The sound is neutral and tight
- Lacks deep bass and the last bit of clarity with voices and fine instruments
- "Stage" is something you won't find in the repertoire of these phones.
- The drivers are sensitive and should be a good companion for any mobile device.
Pros: Tight and neutral sounding
Cons: Utter lack of deep bass, zero stage, aggressive treble
Summary: Not much to say except that these headphones sound superb. Wearing these, I've heard so many nuances in my classical music collection that I'd never been aware of before. Comfort for me is excellent, with the cups rotating on both axes to fit the ears well. Unlike other reviewers, I don't have any fears that they will break -- the folding connection is reinforced with metal and in general the phones seem well constructed and solid, without being too heavy.
Summary: Bought this cause of the reviews, and i must say i wasn't disappointed. Fantastic piece of kit.Why spend so much money with beats when this one does the job nicely. Will defenitely buy more for the whole family eventualy.
Summary: Great sound they slay the beats at a fraction of the cost. Builds is good light weight and you can wear them for hours thanks to the protein ear cups. Some may say they are a beats rip off but they're simply a better take on the beats at a fraction of the cost. Did you buy headphones to enjoy music or to like the already bulging pockets of Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine? If it's the former buy these they are truly amazing!!!!!!!
Great sound .. forget Dr Beats ... need run in though
Mr. Rob Baxter "Sheepy", Amazon
8 May 2014
Summary: After doing a lot of research and reading many reviews, I decided to but the NoonTec Zoros. I cannot believe that Dr Dre Beats headphones are so popular when they cost so much more than these and sound poor in comparison. I also cannot believe that Noontec aren't chasing Dr Dre for design infringment. In any case, these sound terrific now and to be honest, they're still improving.
Summary: I brought these based on other reviews I'd read,here on amazon and google and I'm delighted with them.I think the lead is a great size,the caps over the ear are so comfortable and light,the design is nice and the sound is crisp and clear my son has dre beats and I can't hear any difference in sound only in pence,so if you want good quality sound with a smart looking headphone then try theses they are brilliant and a lot cheaper than dre beats.