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The highs of these earbuds are clear and airy yet are not harsh. Mids are rich and full, so vocals and guitars wont get lost in the mix. Bass is not boomy, and instead is punchy and controlled and should give good thump. This sound will work well for virtually all types of music, though the Dash Pro is best for those who prefer a natural sound that falls more on the accurate side, instead of really boosted highs or boomy lows. See More
In this mode, the built-in microphones will pick up ambient sound and allow you to hear your environment along with your music. Should you want to block out ambient noise, simply swipe on the earpiece to deactivate the mode. See More
The included case features an internal battery, which can charge the earbuds up to five times. The docks for the earbuds are magnetic and help to ensure proper connection when charging. The exterior of the case is made from aircraft grade aluminum which gives the case a sleek look and extra durability. See More
Bluetooth connectivity is very stable and rarely cuts off. This is a stark contrast to many true wireless in-ears today, where the signal cuts off on a regular basis. This ensures that you will have a continuous music listening experience with very little annoying drops and music pauses. See More
The highs are nice and detailed yet still sound smooth. The mids are full, forward and detailed so vocals can easily be heard. Bass is not bloated, and instead is tight and has good punch. This sound signature offers a lot more clarity and airiness compared to most true-wireless in-ears which usually are bass heavy. While the punch in the low-end makes the Apollo 7 good enough to use for hip-hop, dance and bass-centric music, they perform best in acoustic, rock or classical tracks. See More
There is a single button on one earpiece. Various actions on the button like a single tap, a long press, double presses and the like will allow you to play/pause tracks, control volume as well as answer/end calls. See More
Instead of being bloated and overpowering, the bass is punchy and fast so while these will not be able to produce a lot of rumble. Thump should be satisfying for most users. The highs are nice and airy with a lot of detail yet never become harsh, so these are not fatiguing to listen to. The mids sound very natural and jump out just enough to make vocals and guitars very easy to hear and appreciate. These should work best for more vocal and instrument focused genres like jazz, rock, classical and the like. Bass heavy tracks will still sound good with these, though these headphones will not be able to give the deep bass that bass lovers will be after. See More
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