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Nocs NS600 Crush

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the comfort and sound are on the whole positive. The bass quality and portability also get good comments. The treble quality and value for money get negative comments, while comments are divided on the mids quality.

design, portability, bass quality, sound, comfort

value for money, treble quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Nocs NS600 Crush is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Nocs NS600 Crush

 

Nocs, a fairly new Swedish company, has been quickly expanding its line of earphones, which now includes more than half a dozen models. Earlier I reviewed the NS400 , a midrange model that retails for around $79.99 online. I liked that model and the...

The Nocs NS600 Crush earbuds are lightweight and comfortable, and offer very good sound with strong bass. They also have an Apple-friendly inline remote/microphone and ship with a nice carrying case.

These headphones are somewhat expensive; the thin cord is prone to tangling (compared with headphones with a flat-cord design).

While they're a little pricey, the Nocs NS600 Crush are comfortably lightweight earbuds that sound very good and offer strong bass performance.

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Nocs NS600 Crush

 

Take a look at just about any headphone product line, and you're likely to find a wide range of models, easily differentiated by design points and features. But things get a little fuzzier with the Swedish headphone maker, Nocs.

Big, deep bass from a compact in-ear ; Clear, uncongested midrange ; Comfortable fit

Aggressive, sometimes shrill treble ; Non-pliable cord

Those who are sensitive to treble, or simply prefer a “darker” headphone should probably consider something else. But for those who like bright and brilliant response, the NS600 make for a comfortable and attractive option.

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Nocs NS600 Crush

 

The Nocs NS600 earphones from Sweden are advertised as being specially tuned for electronic music, but they work exceptionally well for most other flavors, as well.

Super-crisp sound and wide dynamic range from the dual-driver design. Excellent for techno, hip-hop and jazz. Lightweight aluminum construction and classy looks. Variety of tips, so finding a good fit is easy

Once you veer out of electro-land, not the best performance at higher volumes. About $20 too expensive — other $150 earbuds are slightly better. Flimsy carrying case

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Reviews: NOCS NS600 Crush Earphones With Remote and Mic

 

On the surface, the earbuds themselves appear to be pretty similar to their predecessors: they’re still rounded silver aluminum caps with black silicone rubber tips, with an in-line remote and mic capsule dangling from the right cable, and a thin...

Overall, NS600 Crush is a very good canalphone, featuring a very nice industrial design, all the expected features, and sonic performance that will satisfy bass fanatics. While we lean more towards neutral or evenly-balanced earphones, we wouldn’t...

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Nocs NS600 Crush review

 

Stylish earphones with impressive bass and clear sound, but best at delivering dance music.

If you’re into dance and electronic music then these headphones deliver exceptional quality. They’re not cheap though, and if you have a wider taste in music you should probably go for something a little more accurate.

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Nocs NS600 Crush review

 

The Nocs NS600 crush earphones combine powerful bass with clear highs that give it a unique performance, especially suited to dance and electronic music

Powerful bass, stylish design, kevlar-coated wire, great for dance fans

Midrange isn't so hot for traditional rock music

If you’re into dance and electronic music then these headphones deliver exceptional quality. They’re not cheap though, and if you have a wider taste in music you should probably go for something a little more accurate.

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