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: 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
Good but was expecting a bit more based on other reviews
Adam James Mcintosh, Amazon
5 June 2014
Summary: If you listen to a lot of dance / RnB type music and you're very picky about sound quality I'd say try a more established brand. In all fairness the sound quality is great with bass booster turned on but you're sacrificing some volume when doing that which isn't ideal for planes or travelling in general. All in all for the price It's probably worth getting some for a backup pair if you're really into your sound quality.
Summary: These headphones are excellent. They are better than the Dre Beats - 100%. I currently own 2 pairs of the JVC HA-S360-B headphones. I own 2 because I love them so much I dont want to risk being without one if it broke. I got those for £17 and they were better than the cheaper version of beats (currently £99 at currys but much more than that at the time I got the JVCs) but did not quite match the higher end ones (£250).
Summary: Packaging was dirty suggesting it had been in warehouse a long time, small scuff mark on headphone. Other than these minor issues they are great fitting sounding headphones. My OH has Dr Dre and they are just as good. Highly recommend them if you want high quality sound without the designer tag and price. I bought them after reading a review on Amazon recommending them over Dr Dre.
Summary: Overall I found this to be a very good headset, sound quality is great, build quality is good . I found 3 minor disadvantages : - the cable is too short, can be a inconvenience if you are using the product with a PC ; - the audio input and the microphone output are on the same jack connector and require a splitter if you want to use the headphones with most PCs.
Summary: for the price they are pretty good, but I'd only recommend to those on the move. If wanting headphones just for home you can get denons or similar for less money, better quality, but they're normally twice the size & too big to carry or walk around with.
Summary: I'm an audiophile and I can say these headphones even sound better then the original beats by dre headphones that look similar. The only problem I had is the the audio cable got broken after 9 months of using them. Great for on the road.