Conclusion: Sol Republic’s Tracks Air lacked the kind of finesse we look for in a $200 pair of headphones. But for the casual listener, they offer plenty of clarity up top, a full midrange, and that warm, punchy lower register that made the original Tracks such a hit.
Pros: Good stereo spread, Clear, powerful sound, Cool, comfy design, Impressive wireless range
Cons: Lack of detail up top, Fielding long phone calls not ideal
Conclusion: The SOL Republic Tracks Air are Bluetooth headphones that will appeal to lovers of powerful deep bass and drive away those seeking a balanced sound.
Pros: Powerful audio performance with no distortion on deep bass at high volumes. NFC and Bluetooth enabled. Comfortable design. Detachable cable with inline microphone and remote for mobile devices. Solid battery life.
Cons: Boosted bass is a bit over-the-top, and the highs are pretty sculpted, too, often resulting in an unbalanced mix.
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: 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: For $ 129 these are very very good. Kind of like a more sophisticated Dr Dre headset....No - they are not SN 225 is, but for the trendy style conscious set, they are great. If you tried these, you would be very surprised....The muddy sound of the Dr Dr es - immediately turns one off.
Review: Sol Republic Tracks Air wireless headphones
26 August 2014
Summary: Our first play with a pair from the Sol Republic, the Tracks Air are great little headphones with a curious little niched feature: changing over the headbands.
Pros: Relatively balanced, though particularly bright sound, Wired or wireless, Replaceable headbands, Mic does a good job when dealing with phone calls, Strong battery catering to roughly 12 to 14 hours
Cons: Cable relies on two wires -- one from each ear -- and is a little clunky, Cable relies on 2.5mm jacks, Cable's microphone is a touch too low and should be closer to the neck, Changing the pad position on the band is too tight and makes a squealing noise close to fingers on a chalk board, Fit ...
Wireless headphones that can be used easily while on the go or lounging around the house
Good Gear Guide.au
13 June 2014
Summary: The aim of the Tracks Air headphones is to offer a better overall listening experience through wireless connectivity, and to allow users the freedom to customise their look via different coloured headbands.
Pros: Cordless, Customisable due to removable band, Soft speaker pads
Cons: Struggle a bit at loud volume, Overall emphasis on mid-range
Excerpt: SOL Republic er et ungt, sejt mærke, hvis hovedtelefoner er kendetegnet ved, at ørekopperne kan tages af bøjlen. Det betyder, at de andre modeller kan suppleres med bøjler i forskellige farver, men desværre ikke denne trådløse model. Man kan dog vælge imellem hvid, sort, rød og blå.
Pros: God batterilevetid og ekstra lang rækkevidde. Smart konstruktion med aftagelige ørekopper. Sejt design og solid bøjle.
Cons: Fylder en del, da de ikke kan foldes. Den dominerende bas sætter begrænsninger på, hvilke genrer der lyder godt.