Reviews and Problems with Street By 50 Cent Wired Over Ear
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SMS Audio Street by 50 On-Ear Wired Headphones Review
17 April 2014
Summary: We don't know how much input 50 Cent truly had in designing these headphones, but either way, SMS Audio did a great job. The Street by 50 is comfortable to wear thanks to its ultra-lightweight design, it doesn't feel flimsy, it folds up DJ-style for easy transport, and it literally serves up head-shaking bass. With the volume turned up to around 75 percent, you can feel the vibration in bass heavy tracks like 50 Cent's "In Da Club.
Pros: Incredibly Light:, A Rainbow of Colors:, Built In Mic:, Head Rattling Bass:
Street by 50 Cent over ear headphones hands-on review
6 September 2013
Excerpt: Having reviewed several sets of headphones before, such as Avantree Hive Bluetooth Stereo Headset and the Trendy Phiaton Moderna MS 200 , you can imagine how excited we were when a pair of Street by 50 Cent headphones was sent to us. There has been a revival of these products over the past few years, most of which is thanks to beats by Dr. Dre.
Summary: 50 Cent's Street by 50 headphones are a good match for the rap star's own music, but they sometimes fall short on other material. We also wished they blocked out more ambient sounds than other headphones. For just $50 more, the Soul by Ludacris SL300s offer more consistent quality, and have active noise cancellation, to boot.
Pros: Very comfortable, Convenient removable cable with mic, Carry bag included,
Cons: Inline controller doesn't change volume, Not much noise blockage