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The low end frequencies are what stand out from the sound signature. Bass goes deep and is pretty forward too, so you can clearly hear and experience the thump from your music. The highs are also crisp and airy, giving a lot of detail. This combination results in these headphones having a fun sound. See More
The bass is the highlight of the sound signature. It goes deep and has very good punch too, yet at the same time stays fairly controlled. The mids are present and quite smooth, though not too forward. The highs do not stand out as amazing, though the level of detail is fairly good. Overall, a very good sounding pair of in-ear headphones which bass lovers will find to be quite enjoyable. See More
The headphone cable feels high quality and does not seem like it would break easily. They are also fairly flexible so they should not be too prone to tangles. The strain relief on the connection points of the cable to the earpiece keeps it from detaching easily when yanked. See More
These earphones produce a punchy sound with a good level of detail. The bass is not overpowering, but instead is fast and controlled with good depth. The mids sound natural, while the highs sound airy without getting harsh. These should sound good for all genres of music. See More
The low frequencies are what stand out from the sound signature. Bass goes pretty low and with good punch too. Also, the full deep end bass is achieved without muddying up the mids. The mids are smooth and clear, allowing vocals and guitars to be clearly heard. The highs are present, though slightly recessed, giving these headphones an overall warm sound. See More
The bass output of the NRG 3.0 is quite powerful and deep. Bass-heavy tracks will sound full and will have good punch. The mids are on the warm and smooth side. While not really forward, the vocals have good body and presence. The highs are recessed compared to the other frequencies. See More
While the Marshall Mode does not offer a lot of features or top-notch build quality, it makes up for it with great sound quality. The bass has a slight emphasis which gives the sound good power and punch. The mids sound natural and slightly forward, while the highs are able to deliver a good level of detail without getting harsh. These earphones sound best for rock music, but can also deliver great low-end performance for hip-hop music and similar genres, and crisp highs for those who love classical music. See More
With the Marshall Mode, you’ll be able to get a good fit and seal in your ears. You get 4 pairs of ear tips in different sizes to choose from. The ear tips are also of decent quality, as they are not too squishy, so they should sit well in the ears and last a reasonable period of time as well. See More
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