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Updated: Nov 25, 2014 13:23
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#8602
alaAverage 3

Just Mobile Cooling Bar for MacBook - Notebook stand

Way overpriced for something as simple as an aluminum bar. Please, don't waste your money on this, go out and make your own. The only thing different between this and a small metal bar you can buy at home depot, is that this is cut flat on the bottom...

4 user reviews

#8603
alaAverage 3

Panasonic RP-HT711

I really have to wonder what the previous reviewer was listening with--or to. These are full-frequencied headphones that have a pleasing, transparent sound. Testing them out on an Oscar Peterson CD, the piano tones are natural and very forward and...

2 user reviews

#8604
alaAverage 3

CTA Perfect Sound 2

They look expensive.Got stolen 1 week after I bought them.

2 user reviews

#8605
alaAverage 3

Dig Neckband Headphones

Sturdy and well made, sounds O.K but what do you expect for the price?

2 user reviews

#8606
alaAverage 3

Irock! 1051 Theater Sound

For less than $40, music lovers can do better, but action movie fans and gamers on a tight budget may find these a good deal, especially those without 5.1-channel sound cards.

1 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#8607
alaAverage 3

Advent 900MHz Wireless Headphones

I have had one of these speakers outside by my hot tub for 5 years. It's been just great - until someone (will remain nameless) lost the transmitter. How do you lose a transmitter? We've decided to get another speaker/transmitter combo and thus have...

2 user reviews

#8608
alaAverage 3

Philips EarGear HS-900 Stereo Headphone

I just got them in and was impressed right away by the look of them. Used them to watch a DVD on my laptop and the sound was great and they were very comfortable. One feature that is great for lap top users is the L plug in..keeps a low profile around...

3 user reviews

#8609
alaAverage 3

Shure PA758 flex souple gris manches (moyen)

... but once you know how to take them out, it will never happen. When you remove them, twist them a bit and push to the side of your ear maintaining pressure so they don't come off. If they come off in your ear, grab the tweezers. It's not that big...

2 user reviews

#8610
alaAverage 3

Labtec Elite LT-820

I had been using these for several years and finally had to give them up. As a previous reviewer stated the ear cups are pealing and leaving little black specs everywhere. Besides one can't wear these for more than an hour without them feeling...

3 user reviews

#8611
alaAverage 3

OrionGadgets Retractable Stereo 3.5mm Headphones

Well, these are not the bargain I'd hoped. In this price range, this is what you get: Okay, but nothing special sound; Fairly cheap plastic and construction, which means the fibers are less sturdy; and usually no button on the spool to...

4 user reviews

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#8612
alaAverage 3

jWIN JHP36

These headphones have good sound, but are too uncomfortable for an adult to wear. They may be ok for a child or a petite woman, but way too small for an adult male. They literally fit inside my other headphones.

2 user reviews

#8613
alaAverage 3

RaceQuiet Acoustic Isolation System

The RaceQuiet Acoustic Isolation System headphones aren't bad for the price, and they block noise better than many similarly priced models do.

2 expert reviews

#8614
alaAverage 3

COBY CV H79

The Coby CVH79 Lightweight Super Bass HP headphones has no bass to them what so ever. After having them for a little over a month they started to sound distorted and started to crack while listening to them. The only thing good I can say about them is...

4 user reviews

#8615
alaAverage 3

Toshiba Bluetooth Headphones

I bought these to use at work. My desktop machine is just too far away to use with wired headphones. \n \nPros: \n.Sounds great \n.Very easy to set up \n.Comfortable for extended use \n.Lightweight \n.I'm no longer tied to the computer with a 3 foot...

2 user reviews

#8616
alaAverage 3

Aiwa HP-AJ123 Neckband Headphones (Open Air Type, Carbon)

The acoustics are great for the price you pay,but the earphone pads are extremely cheap.So cheap that they were damaged after usage on day one.Also,the earpiece are very uncomfortable!

4 user reviews

#8617
alaAverage 3

Shure E3

Despite the praise I have read and the "tricks" to improve bass, I find that the sound is anemic and stale. It just lacks musicality and isn't engaging. On a positive note, the sound is very clean and detailed so if you want to hear every little nuance...

3 user reviews

#8618
alaAverage 3

Zensonic Z710 Wireless Headphones

The Z710 is a low-cost analog wireless headphone set. It's decent for the money, but can't match the digital wireless headphones for quality.

2 expert reviews

#8619
alaAverage 3

Panasonic RP HT660

I purchased this pair to replace my Panasonic RP-HT 710's after tripping on the cord and cracking them. I may still end up with another pair of 710's, which still strike me as providing the most sound for the least money. The 660's employ a unique,...

2 user reviews

#8620
alaAverage 3

MEElectronics M11-RD In-Ear Headphones (Red)

I am very impressed by what I heard. The headphones sound clear and very ample in frequency response. Bass is clear and strong, mid and highs are very clear, clear as one of the bests, and we are speaking here. I don't understand some reviews that...

2 user reviews

#8621
alaAverage 3

Panasonic KX TRA17

The product is made of good quality. Upon testing the mic picks up the friction noises easily, but cuts the conversation in the middle sometimes. It might be a combined problem of the voice activation setting of the walkie-talkie and the mic unit. ...

2 user reviews

#8622
alaAverage 3

Koss KSC 20

The sound on this product wasn't near what the manufacturer said it would be.

4 user reviews

#8623
alaAverage 3

Koss HB 500

The Koss Cordless headphones are clear and don't have the hissing and spitting that the 900 Mhz headphones I had tried previously. For me the clear sound of the Koss infrared clearly outweighed the limitation of losing sound when out of the room of...

3 user reviews

#8624
alaAverage 3

Bone design earphone Cable Winder / Manager / wrap by Gazboat

very good product does what it is ment to, so much so my son now wants one. gazbot very quick to send product out received item in just a few days

2 user reviews

#8625
alaAverage 3

RCA HP58BK - headphones

I loved these. They fit in without falling out. They have great sound. I purchased a $40 pair of headphones recently and they were awful compared to these. I will admit I am not a person who makes my living with music or is interested in much more than...

3 user reviews

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