Well well, just on my last day of work in my co-op semester, I found out that one of my office friend has the Bose AE2i headphone.
What a pleasant surprise, it’s about time for me to post another headphone review also before the year 2011 ends. So I immediately borrow the headphone and give it a quick test. So, does the sound quality justify the price tag? Let’s see.. Continue reading “Bose AE2i Headphones Review”
My roommate bought another Sony headphone to replace his Sony MDR-NC6 headphone that I reviewed a few months ago. The Sony MDR-7506 looks a bit bigger and sturdier than the MDR-NC6. The other two things that interest me is the label ‘Professional’ it has on both headphone, and ‘Studio Monitor’ written on the over the head pad. This must be good.. 😀
Finally, another chance to review a headphone that I do not own. 😀
The Sony MDR-NC6 noise cancelling headphone I’m reviewing here is my roommate’s. He always use it without the noise cancelling feature, because when I borrowed it, it contains no battery.
The headphone needs only a single AAA battery to power the noise cancelling feature.
Finally, I can try this legendary headphone from Koss. Why legendary? From a quick google you can find that this headphone series has been manufactured by Koss since 80s (that explains the retro look).
The headphone has always been compared with Sennheiser PX100 because they both portable and roughly tagged at the same price. As a proud PX100 owner I was curious of how Koss PortaPro sounds, and I’m really fortunate to have the chance to try one that my work colleague just bought.
A work colleague of mine asked me to bought this earphone for her when I was still in Jakarta two weeks ago. She was thinking of MX 360 before but changed her mind to MX 460 because the MX 460 supposed to deliver better bass.
Frankly, I never been a fan of earphone, so I always chose portable headphone whenever I have the option. Simply because I still believe in driver’s size does matter.
But hey, this beautiful white earphone bear Sennheiser brand in it, so I think the company will not let it to be just like the rest of earphone in the market.
Honestly I was planning to buy the dbE Acoustics PR18 when I went to Plaza Semanggi two weeks ago. I heard about the GadgetXone store where we can tried the different dbE Acoustic earphones from the internet.
It’s kinda hard to find the store in the 3rd floor (2B), but it worth all the hardship.
I tried three of the dbE Acoustics In Ear earphone; PR18, PR20, and HF30.
To make the story short, more than 30 minutes later I went out of the store with PR20 instead of PR18. Why I bought the PR20 is what I’m going to tell you in this review.
I heard the brand Behringer few years ago when I was still in the Philippines, and I tested their headphone back then. I remember the price was around Php 1,000 ($20). Unfortunately I don’t remember how the sound quality was and what was the series.
Just bought Okion Temus AHS9M Headset in Kuta today. I was really looking for a headset, headphone with microphone that is, so I can chat using Yahoo Messenger or Skype more comfortably rather than talking to my laptop monitor screen closely (since my laptop microphone is located on top part of the LCD screen).
Got several options actually, but somehow I got interested to this Okion Temus. Besides its friendly price (Rp 75,000), it’s also has a big driver. I love big driver because I still believe the bigger the driver, the better the power, which could mean better sound and deeper bass.