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Nixon Wire Mic earphones (white)

Nixon Wire Mic earphones (white)
alaAverage 1.5

2 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Nixon Wire Mic earphones (white). The average rating for this product is 1.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. People are impressed by the design. The sound also gets good opinions, whereas the usability and reliability get critical opinions.

sound, design

reliability, usability

On average, users rate this product 30/100.

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Nixon Wire Mic earphones (white)

 

Buy for style but not for the sound. Mic will get tangled with your shirt collar or scarf most of the time if you turn your head. For a bit more you can get a decent sounding headphone.

Stylish, cable does not get tangled easily

Mic keeps getting stuck in shirt collar, far too close to the earbud. Sound was tin can like, high on th trebles but lacking warmth. London's Apple store has had several returns already with same complaint: it sounds too metallic, no depth

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Nixon Wire Mic earphones (white)

 

I've had issues with a set of sony headphones and now these, where a heavy element on the cable (with the Sony headphones, it was an extender) pulls the ear buds out of my ears. Even though the sound is good in my opinion, constantly pushing these...

When you can get these things to stay put in your ears, they sound great. As with the review, they're "stylish" as well (for what it's worth)

The mic piece is too heavy -- it pulls the buds out of your ears (or out of mine at least). Even the side without the mic doesn't seem to stay in my ear. Also, after 10 months of use a wire appears to be loose in the plug; sending in for service

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