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Sleek-Audio SA6
6.4 out of 10

Sleek-Audio SA6

Bass Tuning Ports allow for full customization of your music. Read more

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Overall 7

Sleek Audio SA6

PC Magazine
22 December 2008
  • Conclusion: The SA6 fits well and sounds really good, but its treble and bass adjustments are a bit unnecessary.
  • Pros: Terrific audio quality. Even bass. Sufficiently bright. Comfortable earpieces block outside noise.
  • Cons: Treble- and bass-boost options are either ineffective or harsh.
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Overall 8

Sleek Audio SA6 Review

LAPTOP Magazine
21 May 2008
  • Summary: Finicky listeners unsatisfied with digital equalizers may find the Sleek Audio SA6 refreshing; the two can even be used in tandem for endless tweaking. Given their very good noise isolation, customizable sound, and compact size, these headphones are a solid buy.
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Overall 10

Sleek-Audio SA6 Earphones

15 March 2008
  • Summary: Sleek-Audio seems to have struck gold with their exchangeable tubes and ports. The fact that you can customize their audio performance is just an incredible feature. What never ceases to amaze me is that these earphones offer such a degree of customizability while preserving an excellent build...
  • Pros: Unique tunable frequency response, Works equally well with any of the tips installed, Resolution, Swivel cable, Exchangeable cable, Good looking, Brilliant silicone tips, Will mate perfectly with just about any portable media player out there, Durable cable, Carrying box included, Extensive bundl...
  • Cons: Treble tubes are hard to remove, A bit on the expensive side
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Overall 9

Review: Sleek Audio SA6 In-Ear Headphones

21 February 2008
  • Excerpt: Eschewing the one-sound-fits-all headphone paradigm, personal audio newcomer Sleek Audio sets the mark for sound customization and modular design. Created by Mark Krywko, a 30-year veteran of hearing-aid design, these mini concert halls are built around a tiny superwide-band single-armature driver...
  • Pros: Amazing, tunable sound. Wonderfully comfortable fit from the tapered flange ear tips. Hang down or over-the ear cord routing. replacement cords now, and colored cords on the way.
  • Cons: Spare ports and tips could go missing pretty easily.
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Overall 10

Sleek Audio SA6 + Wireless Unit: iPhone/iPod Accessory Review

iPhone World
24 May 2009
  • Excerpt: I’ve listened to a lot of different kinds of headphones. Some that are great and others that do not perform nearly as well. What you get from the Sleek Audio SA6’s are a pair of very unique earphones, that not only sound great, but also give you the option of going wireless!
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Expert Review

3 April 2008
  • Conclusion: The Sleek SA6 is a whole lot of Earphone for the money. The sound is terrific - especially the high end, midrange and sound stage. The bass is a little lacking - but certainly more than "passable.
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Expert Review

4 May 2010
  • Summary: Звучание этой модели располагает к себе естественностью подачи музыкального материала. Аккуратная частотная характеристика. Хорошая разборчивость. КОНСТРУКЦИЯ Арматурный излучатель настроен на очень широкую частотную полосу Очень интересна конструкция самих вкладышей. Во-первых, они отсоединяемые.
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Mobile Review
26 April 2010
  • Summary: Как видно, несмотря на заявленную широкополосность излучателя, чуда всё-таки не произошло. Хотя определённо SA6 звучат лучше, чем Etymotic ER6i, выше головы им прыгнуть не удалось.
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Expert Review

5 January 2010
  • Summary: «Затычки за десять штук? Они что там, с катушек слетели?» Прежде чем приняться за частности, давай разберемся с этим принципиальным вопросом. Во-первых, никакие они не «затычки», хотя уши действительно затыкают наглухо.
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Kopfhörer Sleek Audio SA-6

5 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Mit dem Sleek Audio SA-6 (200 Euro) und beiliegenden Zubehör kann man nach Herzenslust am ­individuellen Frequenzverlauf basteln.
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