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Updated: May 21, 2018 22:54
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#6101
alaAverage 2

PDP Afterglow PS4 Communicator

I had one for almost a year and it had never failed me. Sadly over time, the microphone started to lose its quality, gamers in PS3 games have told me about a constant buzzing sound comming from my headset. The buzzing would stop if I pressed the mute...

4 user reviews

#6102
alaAverage 2

Samson RH100

Just as I was when the similar Nady QH-560 Deluxe Open Back Stereo Monitor Headphones did, I was surprised when these Samson SARH100 arrived! What an idea! These are NOT open-back headphones - these are ON-EAR headphones with a shell around them that...

2 user reviews

#6103
alaAverage 2

Maxell NR-EB-I

The worst earbuds I ever had, don't waste your money. They don't work as noise reduction earbuds, besides the sound quality is awful.

3 user reviews

#6104
alaAverage 2

Ross HP2B-RS

These are just about usable. Despite being only ninety nine pence they aren't great value for money as spending a few pounds more can get you much better quality headphones.

4 user reviews

#6105
alaAverage 2

Rocking Residence XLNT Seventh

I needed a cheap set of in-ear headphones for using at the gym and walking around town, and mostly as an alternative to my Bose over-ear headphones that I use on planes and at home. I picked these up because of the cheap price, knowing that they will...

4 user reviews

#6106
alaAverage 2

Soyntec Netsound 250

The headphone stay in the ear well however the way they are put together means they sit in a strange position, almost sticking out. The neck strap is handy. The cable its self isn't very long, not long enough to reach the belt, but I just use a small...

3 user reviews

#6107
alaAverage 2

Trust SportZ

I have been using these for jogging, the sound is good but can do with covers. What is not good is there are two plugs one for the mic and one for speakers. Can't talk and listen on the phone only use is for pc or the laptop.

3 user reviews

#6108
alaAverage 2

Able Planet NC500TF

The Able Planet NC500TF headphones are quite nice and are a great upgrade from your standard headphones. As is the case with all Able Planet headphones, the powered Linx Audio technology-enabled headphones absolutely NEED power. Without it the...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#6109
alaAverage 2

Iessentials Creature Buds BOOGIE

These were purchased for a little over six dollars, because I really needed a new pair after my last set wore out. The slider (I'm not sure of the technical term for this) was very cute, and I decided they were worth buying. However, now that I've used...

2 user reviews

#6110
alaAverage 2

Polaroid PEP36

I got these on Monday by Wednesday they had come on glued and were shorting out. They are really cute and the price was good. The sound quality wasn't bad, wasn't great, but I needed cheap interim headphones. My cats ate my good ones. They also are not...

2 user reviews

#6111
alaAverage 2

Exspect EX881

I've gone through a fair few sets of earphones in the last few years for my mp3 player/DS and these are easily the worst I've ever had the displeasure of using. Not only is the sound quality far below average and by far the most tinny I've ever...

2 user reviews

#6112
alaAverage 2

Jabra BIZ 620 MS Mono

I've been tasked to test and review a few headsets for Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 (OCS) and Lync 2010 (which we will be upgrading to). As of now, I have both a Jabra BIZ 520 and a Plantronics Blackwire C210. I will probably get more headsets to...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#6113
alaAverage 2

Sony DR-220DPV

Sadly I have no idea what this headset is like as the supplier sent me a Sony Card reader instead of what I ordered? Ended up buying a headset from a high street retailer as didn't have the time to return and wait. Won't order from this supplier again.

3 user reviews

#6114
alaAverage 2

Philips SHJ022

These headphones are just a fake, they are advertised as running headphones but the truth is that it does not even fit well in your ear just when walking. It hurts you ears. I would not recommend this item to anybody.

2 user reviews

#6115
alaAverage 2

Audiology In-Ear Style Stereo Earphones

The ipod ear-buds are garbage. They sound terrible, won't stay in your ears, and most of all hurt your ears. They look like they would do the trick. The design is good but the material are not. The are too flimsy and cannot be adjusted to work as you...

2 user reviews

#6116
alaAverage 2

Trust Game Headphone HS-0210p

Trust's awkward-looking HS-0210p earphones are the most affordable product in this test and come with no accessories.

1 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#6117
alaAverage 2

Andrea Electronics ANC-700

Built-in noise cancellation, compatible with many sound cards.CON: Pricey, somewhat heavy.The $100 ANC-700 from Andrea Electronics uses two microphone elements--one tuned for speech, the other for background sounds. When it picks up extraneous noise,...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#6118
alaAverage 1.9

PyleHome PIEHWD80DK

While it seemed that these ear buds might be a cool item that's aesthetically pleasing for a cheap price, but they are really not worth the effort. They do look fairly cool, but have serious flaws. I had figured that they would probably break after a...

8 user reviews

#6119
alaAverage 1.9

Groov-e GV-EB10

I bought these thinking that they would be of good quality, but they fall out of your ears. Even when I changed the size of the buds they fell out within seconds! The left ear stopped working within 2 weeks as wel! Such a waste of time and money....

8 user reviews

#6120
alaAverage 1.8

Maxell MXH-BT1000

There's a reason I got these on a cheap deal, they're really bad. If you like speech, you're likely to be ok, but there's minimal to very poor bass response. Pairing and operation is easy, they're light and comfortable to wear, they also come with a...

5 user reviews

#6121
alaAverage 1.8

Cyber Acoustics ACM-62

When these work they are great. the problem is I have to keep wiggling them and repositioning them at the hole I plug them into or they won't work. They are very "touchy"; the sound will go off or just out of one side. The problem isn't with my laptop...

9 user reviews

#6122
alaAverage 1.8

Pioneer SE-E22-J2

This earphones are just wrong, the speaker is mounted toward the front, so the speaker form a 90 degree angle with your ear losing all the sound and remaining with a poor hi frequency band that just gives you headache. I want to know if at Pioneer they...

4 user reviews

#6123
alaAverage 1.8

Aerial7 Metro

The pin is fragile. All that is required is a little tension and the pin and cable separate. If these headphones are for active kids on the move, then forget them. Broken 2 sets within 24 hours after opening packet. I was able to replace them with no...

4 user reviews

#6124
alaAverage 1.7

Akai AHP100

very very very good headphones, long range, great sound and great design. super easy to use too. The device is very light and easy to carry, it looks very classy somehow and the switch on the side with all the functionality is just amazing. The Only...

6 user reviews

#6125
alaAverage 1.7

Koss KSS10

They feel very cheap and flimsy as the sound quality isn't the greatest. Also, when wearing them and sitting at the same time, it can become uncomfortable.

10 user reviews

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