Excerpt: Over time, I’ve reviewed earphones made from plastic, aluminum, silicone, and even wood covering every price range. Earphone makers claim that their chosen material has some advantage over the other. Well, there may be some truth to those claims. Each material does, in fact, have inherent advantages, but they also each have disadvantages. There is no perfect earphone. Which brings us to the , an earphone housed in something a bit different – carbon fiber.
Pros: Deep potent bass, Frequencies play well together, Stylish, Good selection of tips, Protective case
Cons: Doesn't play well will certain genres of music, Style may be too much for some, Only Comply tips fit well (for me), Exercise tips offer no bass at all
Excerpt: Back in July I put the Phiaton PS 20 BT Bluetooth Stereo Headset head to head with the Jabra Clipper Bluetooth Stereo Headset. ( Read the pos, here .) I preferred the Phiaton PS 20 BTs to Jabra’s offering, and I have continued to use them on a fairly frequent basis since doing the review. Among the things that stood out at the time was the unusual design of the earbuds — they are angled in a manner that surprised me.
Pros: Great unboxing experience; Comfortable; Look terrific; In-Line microphone and remote doesn’t stand out but works well; Tangle free cord; Sound great
Cons: Nothing but at a price of $150 you had better LOVE the red color and unusual earbud design
Conclusion: Phiaton's Moderna MS 200 earphones offer clean audio performance that should appeal to purists, but not to bass lovers.
Pros: Accurate audio performance. No distortion on deep bass tracks, even at top volumes. Alluring design. Built-in microphone and controls for iOS and Android devices. Comes with a snazzy carrying case. Includes plenty of ear tip pairs.
Cons: Fit can be uncomfortable over time. Ear tips don't always create tight seal.