This new range of headphones targets the lucrative in-ear market.
Advertised as reference earphones, we're unsure they have any real 'studio' purpose, but they're great for listening on the move.
The noise-cancelling facility (where the headphones seal a vacuum within your ear when squeezed in) is highly effective and means you can set your volume levels considerably lower than other headphones – a good thing indeed when looking after your precious lugs.
Good noise cancelling facility.
Don't have any real studio application.
A good set of headphones for people on the move.
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