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Headphone Reviews

Updated: Oct 30, 2014 22:55
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#8726
alaAverage 3

Logitech 980422-0403

These headphones are lightweight and comfortable for casual use. They don't deliver much in the way of bass but they sound okay given their price.

2 user reviews

#8727
alaAverage 3

Thomson HED 161

i got the headphones for the gym but they wont stay in my ears they was a waste of money

3 user reviews

#8728
alaAverage 3

Scosche HP6NC Active Noise Cancelling Ear Buds

I bought these based on an ad saying they'd stay in your ears better than others. Not the case, regardless of which bud size I tried. Any light tug and they pop out just like any other buds. Controller is a bit bulky. Since the device works with...

3 user reviews

#8729
alaAverage 3

Thecus M3800 Stream Box

Thecus is not a new player in the NAS game, and this is evident with the M3800. With support for a variety of configurations including FTP, functioning as an iTunes server, and a web cam server, there are a myriad of uses for the M3800. The ability to...

2 expert reviews

#8730
alaAverage 3

Retro 17 Brown Sleeve

Barely fits my Dell 1735, the zipper is about to break, only had it for a few weeks.

3 user reviews

#8731
alaAverage 3

Isis Dei Memory Foam The Retro - Notebook sleeve - 17" - brown

Barely fits my Dell 1735, the zipper is about to break, only had it for a few weeks.

3 user reviews

#8732
alaAverage 3

Audio-Technica ATH-A55

The ATH-A55's are the lowest model in Audio-Technica's Art series headphones. With retail prices around $100, you would generally be better off buying the superior ATH-A700 at only slightly higher cost. However, when I found some ATH-A55's on sale for...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#8733
alaAverage 3

Skullcandy Skullcrusher Subwoofer Mutlimedia Headphones - Black

The subwoofer part is cool but the headphones run a little tight and the connections pulled out of the battery pack the first time they got pulled on. I would however buy another pair but they are not worth the $75 Amazon is asking.

2 user reviews

#8734
alaAverage 3

Koss P 7

UPDATE: The picture for this product has changed, the pictured headphones are not the ones this review is about. I have had these Koss headphones for about 2 years nows... I use them mainly for working out (running and lifting). I sweat a lot and have...

4 user reviews

#8735
alaAverage 3

Jensen JHW220

Some people complain about these being too tight on their heads, but these are the only headphones I've ever gotten to stay on my head while I work out. They don't hurt me. I've even had headphones in the same style that wrap around the back of the...

4 user reviews

#8736
alaAverage 3

Proporta PP3041

Proporta Retractable Headphones The retraction process was erratic in opperation in that the headphones and jack point would not always retract to the closed position. Quality of the product in my opinion was not up to standard as one of the prtective...

4 user reviews

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#8737
alaAverage 3

Online IPOD CLASSIC HEADSET REMOTE UNIT FOR HEADSET with Hold Button

This does cost much and you pretty much get what you paid for. The quality is lousy but it does the job. The one I got looked as if they do not even bother cleaning it off the production line (or it was second hand) and it is distinctly tacky and...

2 user reviews

#8738
alaAverage 3

U-Bop CableLINK Capsule Earphone Cable Winder Keep your cables tangle-free...

I bought these thinking they would be useful. WRONG! I don't use them, found them to be more trouble than they are worth.

4 user reviews

#8739
alaAverage 3

Philips SBCHP430

These headphones are satisfactory for a spare set that is expendable. The audio quality is OK. I wish they could hug closer to my ears-with a little pressure against my ears they make all the difference. [...]

2 user reviews

#8740
alaAverage 3

LEATHERMAN SHEATH, UNIVERSAL BLACK NYLON MOLLE

I bought this for my dad on fathers day. Doesn't fit his leatherman surge well.

3 user reviews

#8741
alaAverage 3

Black Switched Stereo/Mono Headphones with Volume Controls, Adjustable...

you get what you pay for, rubbish BUT was only needed fot the very few time of use plugged into my guitar amp and dose the do. Would not be good for lots of use or my HIFI that I have a good set for.

3 user reviews

#8742
alaAverage 3

Lightweight Stereo Neck Band Earbuds

I've had a love/hate relationship with these headphones for years. I'm going to give you the only bad thing first: The jack is faulty. It'll last you a couple of weeks, and then inside the plastic, the wire comes loose and one or both ears lose...

3 user reviews

#8743
alaAverage 3

JVC HAB10BU/SL

Love the over the ear feature, but the actual size of the headband is small and hurts after a while. It puts a strange pressure on my head and it's not adjustable...

2 user reviews

#8744
alaAverage 3

Altec Lansing AHP 122

Cheap inexspensive headphones. No Bass what so ever. The head band is quite narrow, just the right size for a kid. I am very Dissapointed in the quality.

3 user reviews

#8745
alaAverage 3

Skullcandy Crushers

Only problem with this is SkullCandys build quality, but this is no fault of the seller. Be gentle with them and youll be fine, VERY good bass quality!

3 user reviews

#8746
alaAverage 3

Sharper Image 10X Wireless Headphones with Class 1 Bluetooth (AA001)

It may be that I don't understand proper hookup, but while I watch TV the base's power cuts off frequently. Then I have to get up, turn it on and get the headset coupled to the base again.....argh.....

2 user reviews

#8747
alaAverage 3

EarHugger TV 6000

I may have smaller ears than most adults, because every other earbud on the market is painful and refuses to stay in place for me. These are entirely comfortable and have enough flex that the buds can be shifted nearer to or away from the ear canal if...

2 user reviews

#8748
alaAverage 3

Genius GHP-02 ALUM

Decent headphones that have adequate bass response and comfort

2 expert reviews

#8749
alaAverage 3

Maxell Retro

They’re not the best budget headphones around, but Maxell’s Retro DJ mini-cans sound great, with a really well-defined mid-range.

1 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#8750
alaAverage 3

Strand SH 115

I'm sorry but I had to laugh at the reviewer who said he'd 'hardly be taking his ipod in the pool'; well that's exactly why I bought these: To go with my waterproof MP3 case. I agree with the second reviewer though; they do 'pop out' quite often; and...

4 user reviews

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