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SMS Sync by 50 Cent Wireless Over-Ear Headphones (White)

SMS Sync by 50 Cent Wireless Over-Ear Headphones (White)
alaAverage 3

4 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the noise isolation and usability, but many are critical about the portability and build quality. There are some mixed views about the value for money.

sound, usability, noise isolation

build quality, portability

On average, users rate this product 70/100.

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SMS Sync by 50 Cent Wireless Over-Ear Headphones (White)


If the $399 SMS Sync headphones are any indication of 50 Cent's contribution to the audio industry, he should continue churning out rap albums, energy drinks, and Vitamin Water, but leave the gear to the professionals. These are the first Kleer...

Four SMS Audio Sync -equipped users can connect to the included wireless dongle for group listening, Kleer Wireless streams sound much better than Bluetooth, and SMS includes a 3.5mm cable to use when the battery runs out.

The delicate plastic housing and the flimsy 3.5mm dongle both suffer heavy creaks under light pressure, and the headphones don't fold up for easier transport. I'm also disappointed that the headphones don't actively cancel noise and that the single USB...

The Sync by 50 wireless headphones made the right move using Kleer technology for lossless sound, but SMS Audio needs to fix severe design flaws and lower the price before they're ready for battle.

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"Truly AWESOME Headphones with a couple minor flaws"


I've been using the Sync by 50 for a couple weeks now. In fact, I have them plugged into my MacBook Air right now streaming Pandora as I type this review. Since I also own the Beats Studio as well, I have to say I strongly prefer the Syncs. Here's the...

+ Going Wireless

- Headphone controls for track advance/reverse do NOT work when you are using the Syncs wirelessly

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"pretty good headphones when compared to my beats studio"


first off these headphones are very expensive (i didn't pay full price, and got them with points) but you may get lucky and be able to find a good deal on them. the range on these headphones is great and the sound quality is on par with the beats...


made of plastic


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"This is how C-NET reviews a $400 set of headphones?"


Wow, even the mighty C-Net's reviewers suffers from The i-Blinders Effect; i.e., style and packaging are what matters, the innards not so much.

At least the review mentions that The Sync by 50 headphones headphones aren't noise cancelling, though that feature sometimes conflicts with better audio quality.

Umm, do they sound any good?