Summary: The Sol Republic TKDK is one of the most eye-catching headphones we’ve come across. It has an energetic design which should appeal mostly to young people. The interchangeable headbands is also great feature as you can swap it if you want to sport a new look.
Summary: Pink once sang about getting the party started, but SOL REPUBLIC went and did it with the Tracks earphones, an aesthetically pleasing headset with a refreshing design that's simple and functional.
Pros: Uniquely Attractive:, Lightweight and Comfortable:, In-Line Controls:, Sturdy Construction:, There's a Party in Your Noggin:
Summary: I bought these cans 2 years ago and sold them to get the ATH-M50, which then lead me into the audio world.
Overall these are good portable headphones with great build quality. The sound, however, is where these are suffer.
Pros: Bassy, great build quality, interchangeable parts, looks great, customization.
Summary: I bought these a little over two years ago and have used them just about daily. They are built strong and made to last, that's for sure. These headphones are perfect for those who could care less about the melodies and just want some ear rattling bass.
Pros: Good, Clean Bass; Strong; Interchangeable
Cons: Can get uncomfortable. Muttled mids and highs
Summary: I bought these after a friend recommended the to me and I gave them a short try. First I was really happy with them as they sounded pretty good, bass was great, although it has some trouble with highs and mids aren't clear all the times (it was made for everyday bassheads after all).
Pros: Interchangeable parts, Customizable,
Cons: Can be uncomfortable, Mids aren't clear (not to talk about highs)
Summary: I'll start by saying I regret buying this HP. I just bought this with me in mind that it's endorsed by some well known personalities (yeah, I'm dumb). I just realized that the sound of it is so muddy after a/b'ing it to my newly bought Senns HD 25.
Summary: These are pretty solid cans, especially if you're a fan of electronic music as Sol Republic (a company I'm a huge fan of) has pretty much tuned their cans for that exact genre, as can be seen from their overall sensibilities with marketing, etc.
Pros: Good sound quality in highs, super durable, less boosted bass than forerunners, cleaner look and sound
Cons: Can be uncomfortable, get dirty easily, better sound for the money, terrible soundstage
Summary: These cans are an upgrade for the Tracks HD I had in white. Even though I loved the white and matched my white HTC Sensation, I couldn't keep from trying the new Ultras with the V12 sound engine.
Pros: A bit more clearer on the vocals and not as bass heavy. Band is almost unbreakable, components are exchangeable
Cons: Titanium can be easily scratched. Wires feel softer, not sure if I consider it a con, though
Summary: What we have here with the Sol Republic Tracks is a headphone that can go head to head to Beats headphones.
There are many reasons why they can but I've condensed it down to key reasons why the Tracks can go up against Beats
Pros: Great Bass, Good Mids, Near Indestructable and Barely any sound leaks
Summary: I was impressed with the build quality. The headbands would never break, and the earpieces (aka "Sound Engines") are made of metal. I'll be comparing this headphone to the Grado sr80i and the Audio Techinca ATH M50, which both cost a little more than the Tracks.