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The bass is pretty powerful and gives a lot of thump to the music. Listening to hip-hop, EDM and dance tracks with these will most certainly get you going as you work out or run. The highs and mids are clear, but recessed so the headphones will not be able to provide you the utmost in detail. See More
Getting sweat or small splashes of rain or liquid won't damage these headphones as they are splash resistant. You will still want to make sure that they do not get soaking wet or get submerged in water, as such situations can still damage the headphones. See More
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The Zeus Outdoor combines Bluetooth connectivity, water resistance and active noise cancelling with a thumpy sound signature. These are fun to listen to, convenient to use and can resist damage due to moisture at a good price. See More
The highs are not the most detailed, but they are clear and do give an airy feel to the music. The mids are full and forward so vocals will definitely sound great. Bass is hit or miss though, depending on how well these headphones seal in your ear. If there is a good seal then bass is punchy and tight though not very powerful. Otherwise, it is likely that the bass will sound a bit on the thin side. See More
While these headphones allow you stay aware of your surroundings, this also means that a lot of environmental sound will get in the way of your music. If you want to zone-in on your audio while running or working out then these may not be the best ones for you. See More
Connectivity with source devices is via Bluetooth, so in place of a full headphone cable is a flexible, soft and short cord made of rubber material that keeps the earpieces connected. You won't have to deal with a long and dangling cable. 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
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
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 EPIC comes with standard single flange as well as bi-flange ear-tips. Each type has three sizes: small, medium and large. There also are 4 pairs of Cush Fins in different sizes. With all these accessories, it should be easy for you to get the desired fit and seal that you want. See More
The InTone Wireless delivers decent detail and okay mids. Vocals have good volume from these earphones, while you get okay levels of airiness and clarity from the treble and does not get harsh in any way. The bass is lacking though. You don’t get a lot of oomph from low-bass notes, so these are not the best earphones for bass lovers. Performance should be acceptable for general music use though. See More
The bass of these in-ear headphones is pretty powerful. It has great depth and punch. Mids are full and rich so vocals, guitars and keys can easily be heard. The highs are rolled off, so sparkle on the high frequencies is not that prominent, but this also results in a smoother sound that is easier on the ears. Due to the bass-centric sound signature, these in-ear headphones are best for hip-hop, EDM and dance genres. See More
The bass is quite powerful that it can creep up to the lower mids. Combined with the rolled off highs, this can result in a sound that may be muddy or quite less-detailed for some. If you like lot of treble or sparkle in your music then there are other in-ear headphones that have better reproduction of the highs. See More
These headphones will stay in place even if you get active. The combination of the lightweight earpieces along with the integrated ear-hooks mean that these headphones will not dislodge easily. See More
These headphones are not prone to damage due to getting wet thanks to its sweat resistance. You can run or do similar activities using these headphones with no issues. These are still not water resistant though so submerging these in water can still cause damage. See More
These in-ear headphones have remote function buttons built into the earpieces, along with a microphone. This means that you do not have to pull out your smartphone in order to control basic music functions or to answer/end calls. See More
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