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At it’s standard setting, the Latitude’s audio quality is middle of the road. The bass is not very powerful, the mids are not that forward and the highs have okay clarity. These should perform okay with many types of music, but if you’re a bass lover, then you won’t get the powerful oomph that you may want out of your music. See More
Activating the functions with the remote takes some getting used to as it's different from other remotes. For example, you need to hold down the volume button for 2 seconds instead of the usual double tap to skip to the next song. This can get annoying if you're used to the standard way. See More
You get a lot out of the price you pay for the Ink’d. At sub $50, you get stable wireless connectivity and decent sound which is good for most music genres. These earphones are also pretty comfortable and lightweight, making them very easy to use on a daily basis. See More
The Ink’d bass is not very powerful, though you get solid and fast bass hits with okay depth, just enough to not make the earphones sound tinny. The mids and highs have decent clarity and detail, so the overall sound never gets muddy or harsh. These are great every day, casual music listening earphones which should provide decent to good performance for most types of music. See More
These earphones aren’t likely to fall off of your ears. The ear pieces are quite lightweight as the internal battery, remote and wireless-related electronics are moved to the neckband. Also, you get 2 sets of ear tips in different sizes, allowing you to get a snug fit. See More
Each earpiece has a magnet inside. When both pieces are connected, incoming calls are ended while music is played. Separating the earpieces will answer a call or resume music. The magnetic earpieces also help keep Level U Pro around the neck when not in use. See More