It sounds great, and you can control the sweet spot's size and location. How cool is that?
This headphone emphasizes the lows and highs at the expense of the mids, which is seductive at first but ultimately unsatisfying.
This IEH delivers gorgeous sound with no drawbacks whatsoever—except maybe the price.
Sennheiser expects to fetch top dollar for this sophisticated soundbar, but it fully doesn't deliver the immersive audio experience it promises
It's expensive, but it has a lot to offer.
360 Reality Audio virtualization works great on headphones, but not from this speaker.
Gorgeous sound, neutral tonal balance, wide sound stage—what's not to love (except the price)?
The company's first wireless headphone sounds and feels great, but it has no ANC or passive noise isolation.
This headphone has a wonderfully transparent, precise, neutral sound that reveals everything in a recording, and for a much lower price than most planar-magnetic cans.
Superb sound, exceptional build quality, extensive feature set—you get it all for a princely sum.
Excellent active noise cancellation, but the sound quality is slightly veiled, marring an otherwise excellent headphone.
The sound quality is clean, clear, and bright, but the bass is generally weak.
But the sonic balance tips toward the bass and away from the mids and highs.
Lots of clean gain and no noise in a tiny package—what's not to like?
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