Excerpt: It’s always fun to sample a “budget” product from a high-end company. Ultrasone is a famous maker of very good headphones and one unbelievably priced and sounding model, the Edition 8. It is considered one of the very best headphones available at any price. But I’m not testing that one (darn!).
Pros: Lightweight, Sound good on newer recordings, S-logic, Wonderful case
Cons: S-logic doesn't work as well on older recordings, S-logic very subtle even when it does work
Excerpt: You can never experience truly amazing sound quality with the factory ear buds included standard with all iPhones and iPod Touches. They’re just not good enough. So how about Ultrasone’s Zino S-Logic headphones instead? They’re better in almost every aspect. Better sound quality, more portable, and comfortably fulfilling!
Conclusion: Ultrasone’s Zino S-Logic Natural Surround Sound Portable Headphones provide sound almost as big as their name is long. If you are a fan of the over-the-head design, I’d say the Zinos provide a 4x quality improvement over the stock Apple ear buds for only about twice the cost. As a glasses wearer I found prolonged daily use caused a bit of discomfort, but for the more causal listener, you will love the considerable upgrade in sound quality the Zinos provide.
Pros: Awesome sound for the price, well built, fold up for travel, included hard case
Conclusion: The Ultrasone Zino headphones truly do add a new dimension or depth to your music. They’re well made and the included carrying case is a nice added bonus. For the price I’ve have to say they are worth it if you like good sounding music. They do have a slight tinny sound to them, but it’s not too bad really, and I’m sure most people wouldn’t even notice it. They are comfortable to wear for long periods, the ear pads are nice and soft.
Pros: Very good sound overall, Nicely made, Does give the illusion of space to the sound through the S-Logic system, Includes sturdy carrying case, Comfortable for long periods
Ultrasone Zino Headphones in Review – shiny from top to bottom
30 August 2009
Conclusion: Lows The Zino presents extremely clear audio in both low and high frequencies and there is gobs of detail retrieved no matter the genre of music you listen to. For instance, Madeleine Peyroux’s Careless Love has loads of slow and rhythmic bass which offers up nuances like fingers gently brushing strings: details which are lost on bloomy phones. Nothing is overly warm; rather, the Zino favours the vibratory range of 30-70Hz.
Pros: Good headphone build quality, Very comfortable, Great detailed sound, Tactile bass, Wide soundstage, Great carrying case, Low microphonics
Cons: Cable lacks proper stress relief, ‘unique’ sound may be hard to adapt to, Ear pads are non replaceable
Test Ultrasone Zino: Satter Bass in drei Dimensionen
19 May 2012
Summary: Der Zino von Ultrasone ist ein halboffener Kopfhörer, der klappbar ist und mit Transportbox geliefert wird. Dank seiner 84 Gramm und dem Stoffmaterial der Ohrmuschel lässt er sich sehr angenehm tragen.