ravendragon78 from Pensacola, Florida, Sonic Electronix
20 March 2015
Conclusion: Their good for the price, but they let a lot of sound in and out. Pretty good sound and very comfortable. The cord is long so that is a plus and only having one cord on one side is nice also.
Summary: I went from using Razer Ear buds to these and I am somewhat disappointed as I feel I need to spend $20 and get an inline Amplifier in order to have the same volume that the Razer's had (that were 4 years old). The sound reproduction beats the Razer hands down, but they win the volume trophy.
Pros: Concise sound, long cord, comfortable pads for long wear (I use them to listen to music via Google Play while walking to work). They don't feel heavy when I wear them. Music reproduction is magnificent and I am able to really hear all the music and the different parts (like hearing the bass line ...
Cons: The sound isn't very loud. I have to turn my phone volume all the way up to hear them without straining. I would expect them to be louder as they are with my Sennheiser headset I use for gaming that are 9 years old.
Pros: great sound very comfortable solid jack connection
Cons: the cord really is just too long. I have the twist tie still around it bundling up like 5 feet of it. the wire is really thin too. A normal length braided cable would've really made these things feel solid.
Pros: These headphones are really nice, good sound (with a sounds card, if not dont get them).
Cons: They feel like cheap plastic, like with just me putting them on/off will break them one day, which isn't good, Also the sound is not very good without a sound card, its also very quiet without a sound card, overall these are decent, cant get much better for the price, so I'll keep it at 4 instead...
Summary: I bought these for a friend as introductory "good" headphones. I bought a 3.5mm female jack, took out the original cord and soldered the jack in place with silver solder along with some plastic epoxy.
Pros: -Good response of all frequencies -Comfy ear-pads -Light-weight -Can be run off of any device (Ipods, computers, etc.)
Cons: -Cord is thin and easily breakable -Mids are too high, pushes out the rest -Not "bass" headphones by any means -No detachable cord