Very well pleased with these headphones, in spite of a few minor 'dislikes'
6 August 2015
Summary: Overall I am satisfied with these headphones. I am of the opinion that the best way to listen to music is through good quality loudspeakers. However, it is tough to carry a set around with you. And don't get me started on those Blue Tooth tin cans they try to pass of as 'speakers' What I like: 1.
Summary: Great wireless headphone. Just what I was looking for and the bluetooth holds up well. Only problem i had which isn't a big deal was my glasses but i just lift them up over the cushion speakers and you're good. And the blue color is fire!
Summary: I bought these headphones because they have Bluetooth, have a great price to quality ratio, and the reviews said they have good call quality. In person they're very stylish, easily adjustable, fit my small to medium head fine, and are fairly portable.
Summary: Let's begin with its position in the marketplace. While Beats by Dr Dre cannibalizes with 77% of the market-share, Sol Republic holds its own against a handful of relevant competitors such as Denon, Pioneer, SMS [Audio] and Ultraphones and closely trails Skull Candy and Sony.
Summary: I bought these headphones about a month ago, and I am not disappointed. They are great sounding and the distance of connectivity is surprisingly far. The only problem I am having with them is that occasionally they cut out when watching videos on my computer.
Summary: These are a great value. Nice sound, definitely comparable to the more expensive brands. Battery life forever! Only issue is Bluetooth doesn't seem to go through walls, for example, if the phone is in the bathroom and I walk down the hall to another bedroom, it starts to cut out.
++ Comfortable design packing in a solid battery life and sound ++
10 April 2015
Summary: These 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.
Summary: Pretty good sound, decent connection. Goes in and out a little bit, but not a lot, and appears to have decent range, and seamlessly answers calls. Also, the mic on answering calls appears to be quite good---the person on the other end can hear me fine, even though there're is nothing ---no...
Summary: My background with headphones are pretty limited but I do own a pair of Sony MDR-7506 that are considered "industry standard" for the recording industry. The MDR-7506 are considered really neutral and flat.