I just wanted a pair of comfortable over-the-ear wireless headphones that isolate most but not all outside noise, sound good, don't get in my way and last for at least a good day between charges. My buddies said my voice sounded clear and crisp with the inline mic. Sound delivery is exemplary over a wide range of frequencies. Nothing fancy, just great-sounding phones and wire-free. Highs fizz, and mids stand out if you go looking for them, even when the driving frequencies start to go low. Speaking of charge, they're rated at 40h of battery life.
These, though, are Bluetooth headphones from respected manufacturers. It looks like it can only be paired with one device at a time, but there's instructions on how to force it back into pairing mode. The headband was a little snug, but not tight and I never felt my head was squeezed. Overall, the strength here is the sound quality and clarity. I walked around the house, and the connection stayed pretty solid till I went out into the garage and shut the door.
Mids are decent, but to my ears the weakest point of the headphones. These headphones were designed to work the way they come, I guess and that's fine. To me the wired version has slightly crisper highs and mids and less pronounced bass while the wireless version has more punchy bass and slightly less discernible mids and highs. I would recommend this to a friend These are incredible. Controls are located on the left earcup.
And one of them is pretty significant to me and is largely why I docked a star. The instructions included in the box are pretty sparse. The ear cups feel like fake leather, but they are feel durable enough. They have easily earned the title of best headphones I have ever owned. Despite the extra weight, I wore the headphones over a few days for 5 to 6 hours at a time and never felt encumbered. The cord has some controls, I'm just not sure how to use them.
Supposedly they are replaceable, but I was unsure how to remove them and I did not want to rip them in any attempt. If that's not that important to you, it wasn't that uncomfortable, regardless. This is a harmonious combination of design and engineering that sounds just great. . They're easily the best sounding headset in their category. Anything smaller than a 320kbps file is notice in sound quality.
The app could use some refinement but it is not necessary to download for use. I charge overnight, and use them during an 8-10 hour day. If it wasn't clear I also really like the fact that I can decide whether I want wired or wireless headphones at a whim. Unlike some other big name headphones, these don't over emphasize bass or treble. The synthetic ear cup material may not be the most comfortable seeing as it heats up fairly quickly, it the listener from external noise which is all that matters for professional use.
I honestly intend on deleting the app as soon as possible. The only thing I would have enjoyed out of the app would be the ability to turn on some sort of side-tone so I could hear myself and my surroundings if I needed to. It also in my opinion lets you feel the bass better. I never had a problem with heat building up and while watching a movie that was just over 2hrs they remained comfortable. The former is great for large studio environments, while the latter is useful for more casual desktop listening. Charged them straight out of the box, presentation is nice.
We make sure to test out as many products as possible while curating our best lists to lessen the amount of research our readers have to conduct. Assuming I manage to eventually kill the battery, I can still use them as wired headphones in a pinch but I think a weekly top-up will be enough to keep me listening comfortably cable-free. Included in the box is a pleather storage bag, charging cable, and 3. The buttons have the usual Audio-Technica trend of being hard to identify with your finger when adjusting volume and pausing. For one, enabling the feature was frustrating, since the touch interface failed to register the command numerous times.
I would recommend this to a friend I've had the pleasure of using these headphones over the weekend, I put these headphones through its paces. Compared to other headphones at the same volume, everything was just cranked up. Most new phones use those. So I dialed them down a bit -- the controls on the left ear are easy to use -- and I discovered something. Then again these are bluetooth headphones, the cable is only for backup usage. I've been listening for a lot of time and via the Audio Technica app Audio Technica Connect I'm still at 90%. Also, the touch interface is limited to one command: holding it down for 2 seconds will activate your device's.