Urbanears Plattan Review - par gode hovedtelefoner?
8 March 2014
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Summary: The Re:Plattans are a solidly, brightly constructed set of headphones that will bring anyone who wears them a slice of sound heaven. The fact that you can share tunes without having to hand over your headphones and that they fold up easily to take along make them a favorite set to grab on the go.
Pros: Colorful Sound:, Special Edition:, ZoundPlug:, A Company That Cares:, Fold & Go:, Mic, Remote & Cord:, Reasonably Priced:
Conclusion: The Plattan’s are a sharp, simplistic looking headphone that are both minimalist in nature and fun at the same time. The added audio port is a somewhat unique feature that makes the whole idea of being social with music that much easier and fun.
Excerpt: Urbanears is a fashion conscious headphone manufacturer that looks to make the experience of listening to and wearing headphones more colorful and fun. The outward variations in color immediately signal this. Though, what about the sound quality? Fit? Value?
Excerpt: Not long ago I wrote a blog about a recent discovery of mine: the Urbanears Plattan headset/on-ear headphones, priced at $59.99. In my blog, I said the Plattans reminded of the first set of really good headphones I ever owned—the classic Sennheiser HD414s that arrived on the scene way back in the...
Conclusion: Urbanears has made a good sounding, extremely good looking pair of headphones with the Plattan model. If your budget is more flexible, you may want to look elsewhere, but for 60 bucks, you can’t beat the build quality and that bass.
Pros: Powerful bass, Extra AUX for sharing, Build quality
Cons: Weak highs and muddy mids on some recordings, Not comfortable on larger heads
Excerpt: Urbanears products are almost ridiculously minimalistic in their design, but they come across as extremely hip. Anyone who appreciates how the plain white Apple earplugs stand out in public knows exactly what I mean. The Urbanears product I’ll be reviewing is their Plattan headphone line.
Pros: Light and comfortable to use, Appealing, hip design, Features standard to Urbanears (remote/mic, fabric cable, etc.)
Cons: A bit lacking on the high freqs because of the strong mids., Can easily get dirty because of the matte plastic and fabric elements., Not enough sound isolation
Conclusion: Fit As if overly eager to please you, the Plattan tends to (care)bear hug your skull. These headphones feel just fine during the first 20-40 minutes of use, after which you ‘ll quickly start to feel an uncomfortable amount of pressure, especially towards the back of the ear.