Reviews and Problems with Polk Audio UltraFit 2000
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Sound quality 10
Build quality 10
Noise reduction 6
Coolness factor 10
3 February 2014
Summary: You'll find other reviewers stating the same theme: Gee, I never THOUGHT my ears were malformed, but for the life of me, I could never find any earbuds that would stay in my ear or in my ear canal while I jogged. After trying several products in both of these categories, I decided the only choice that had any chance of really staying on during vigorous exercise was something that fit securely ON the ear, rather than IN the ear.
Pros: Secure fit when exercising; these really solved my problem Comfortable Great audio
Summary: I am77 and having some trouble with my hearing so the max volume of a headset is an issue with me. The first thing I noticed was the sound which was excellent, except for the max volume and ambient noise both a little disappointing, however I corrected both with a 30 year old tennis head band. Volume was upped beyond my requirements and outside noise negligible and better than any noise cancelling phones that I've tried. I love these phone.
Pros: Warm sound with good bass.that meets all my expectations for music.
Summary: I have used these types of head phones before and decided to give them a try. Sound quality is much better than many other head phones I have had. They are very comfortable and are protected by rubber instead of foam so I should be enjoying them for a long time. Thanks Crutchfield for offering this great budget friendly item!!
Pros: Rubber ear pieces, affordable, very good sound!
Cons: Would have liked if they would have a separate volume control.
Summary: These headphones are fine if you can tolerate the hard plastic against your ear for an extended period. The cups are very thin and offer little in the way of cushioning - my ear was painful within 10 minutes of putting these on. The sound is good and the unit looks good and I didn't really expect any noise reduction so those areas are okay. Overall, I am disappointed in the comfort level and will be returning them.
Summary: I wanted a set of headphones that would stand the test of time and sweat lots of sweat. I run about an average of 5 miles a day and workout another hour or so and needed headphones that were somewhat sweat proof and not absorb the horrible smell of it, we'll I found them! The sound quality is good with plenty of bass and the comfort is excellent as it sits behind your ears for added security for us runners.
Pros: 1. Sweat proof 2. Good comfort ( sits behind ears) 3. iPod, iPhone controls 4. High quality headphones
Cons: 1. Rubber ear piece sometimes come off, not a big deal. Trying to find something negative:) 2. Not sure if they are noise reduction. Really no big negatives!
Summary: I purchased these headphones for walking, running, hiking, snow showing, ect. I haven't tried these under all weather conditions or activities as of yet, but at least as for walking and running and hiking, these headphones are an excellent value. They are much better than the in-ear headphones in terms of noise reduction (i.e., safety). And the fit is much better than sevearl other types or wrap-around headphones I've tried.
Summary: Comfortable, nice fit, great sounding, versatile, bonus as a headphone and microphone for my i-Phone. Purchased as a replacement for my Phillips behind the neck set due to the chord connector break. These have a much more stable design. Sound control buttons are very convenient.