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Velodyne vPulse In-Ear Headphones

Velodyne vPulse In-Ear Headphones
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3 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Velodyne vPulse In-Ear Headphones. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Speakers for all reviews.

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Expert review by : Tim Gideon (

Velodyne vPulse In-Ear Headphones


Velodyne is most well known for its line of subwoofers, so it's no surprise that the company's first stab at earphones, the vPulse In-Ear Headphones, doesn't skimp on the bass. Velodyne doesn't skimp on much else, either—the highs are articulate and...

Solid overall audio performance, with rich bass and clear highs. Plenty of extra eartips. Built-in controls and microphone for iPhone and other mobile devices

Distort slightly at high volumes. Bass emphasis isn't for audio purists. Cable can feel heavy without shirt-clip

Velodyne's vPulse In-Ear Headphones provide clear audio performance and some added bass at a reasonable price.

Jul, 2012

Expert review by : Clint DeBoer (

Velodyne vPulse In-ear Headphones Preview


The newest Velodyne audio products are in-ear headphones being branded as vPulse and available for $89 in either Classic Black or Velodyne Electric Blue. And the company is just getting started.

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Tom Andry (

Velodyne vPulse In-Ear Headphones Preview


aware that not everyone feels as you do. Instead, you are treated to a chorus of "turn that down!" from family, friends, neighbors and, if you are like us, occasionally the police. The answer, of course, is headphones. But which? What company can you...

The Velodyne vPulse In-Ear Headphones look to be a pretty interesting offering from a "subwoofer company". With built-in iDevice and Android functionality, you won't have to remove them to answer your calls. Since they are so new, you can only...

Nov, 2011