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If you really want to get the best sound quality as well as volume from these headphones then you will need a decent headphone amp. The impedance of these headphones is quite high at 300 Ohms, so these require a good bit of power to function optimally. See More
One cord comes with an inline mic and with controls, and the other cord is your standard audio cable. This inclusion not only allows you to pick a cable to best suit your use-case for the headphone, but this also ensures that you have a spare cable should one get damaged. See More
The bass of these headphones is pretty good. Bass drum hits have good power to them, yet they do not muddy up the sound. The mids are warm and forward, and should present vocals and mid-range sounds quite well. The highs do not have a lot of sparkle, but they are clear and present a good level of detail. See More
The Level On Wireless headphones deliver very good sound quality which is unusual for wireless headphones at this price range. Noise cancelling is also quite good, and can block out a good bit of noise from mixing in with the music. See More
Offers a good mix of sound performance and noise cancelling along with wireless connectivity at a reasonable price
The Level On Wireless delivers a very good level of detail for Bluetooth, noise-cancelling headphones. The highs are forward and quite detailed so you should be able to hear the nuances of your music that you won't get from many other wireless options in the price range. The mids and bass are decent providing good punch and warmth. Your music won't sound tinny with these headphones. See More
You won't have too much issue wearing these headphones for a number of hours straight. The Level On's earpads are fairly large for on-ear headphones and are quite soft as well. Clamping force is just right, and helps keep the headphones in place without compromising comfort. See More
The i9BT has a V-shaped sound signature where the mids take a bit of a back seat in favor of the low and high frequencies. The bass is quite powerful so bass drum hits definitely have a lot of punch and depth. This is balanced out by highs that are very airy, bordering on harsh. The powerful bass makes the i9BT great for bass heavy music like hip hop and dance. The overall V-shape sound however also makes these headphones a good pick for rock and pop genres. See More
The over-ear, closed back design allows for good sound isolation, minimizing sound leak while also minimizing the outside noise that can interfere with the music. This is further enhanced by active noise cancellation, which actively blocks out noise frequencies. See More
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