Pineapple Rumble K Bone Conduction Headphone (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Bone Conduction Headphone offers the True Bass woofer Sound through the bone conduction
- Noise Isolation Headphone and Low Air pressure to your eardrum which can reduce the hearing damage.
- Built-in both Bone conduction and Air conduction technology: Low and Middle tone sound through Bone Conduction, High tone sound
- Wide Frequency range of 50 Hz - 20 kHz delivers the dynamic detail.
- The Bone Conduction Transducer converts electric signals into mechanical vibrations that are received by the bones in the skull
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From the Manufacturer
Get Ready To RumbleThe Pineapples' World-wide patented Sonic-Vibe EX (DME) Technology is the latest in the Acoustic Micro Speaker technology with built-in multi-function bone/skin conduction mechanism. Rumble earphones produce the rich wide-band sound as well as a rumbling experience.
Feel It As Well As Hear It
Sonic-Vibe EX (DME) delivers through sound
your ears and surrounding tissue through vibration
Rumble series earphones are gentler on your ears
than conventional earphones
Experience every bomb explosion, gun shot, car crash, uppercut punch, and tiger roar when you play your favorite games. Rumble Series earphones are designed to response to the low/middle and bass sound to produce the vibration reaction in your earphones. Now with Rumble earphones, it's time for you to become a part of the game!
Virtual Reality Feeling
Join the Virtual Reality Experience with the Rumble earphones. If you are a game player, you will be able to feel the virtual battle fields or racing tracks in your ear. If you are a movie lover, you can feel the virtual movie theater in your ear. If you are a strong beat sound music listener, you can feel like you're virtually in a night club.
Maximize Your Bass Addiction, Minimize Harm to Your Ears
Not only night club DJs can use the bass boosted headphones—if you are a bass addict, you now can have a set of earphones that will finally satisfy your bass needs. Unlike other existing earphones which shakes your ear-drums to produce the sound, the Rumble Earphones utilize the Sonic-Vibe EX (DME) technology which delivers rich sound through your skin and bone resulting in less pressure to your ear-drums.
Compatible With All of Your Devices
You can use the Rumble earphones with your iPhone, iPod, MP3 player, PC, Laptop, CD Player, and portable media player. As soon as you plug in the earphone, you will be surrounded by powerful vibrating bass. Rumble earphones are water proof. Unlike other electronics, your Rumble earphones are protected by the water damage. Pineapple guarantees the quality of its rich sound and bass woofer vibration by providing a 10-year manufacturer warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
Audio: These headphones put out a respectable audio quality when submerged in water however out of water they do not put out a good quality of sound. I would not recommend these earbuds for anything outside of swimming or activities under water, because out of water they sound terrible and are worthless as headphones.
Fit: It took me a couple tries to get the right fit and situate the buds to stay in my ears through turns but I was able to figure out the best setup for my ears. The headphones come with three sizes of earpieces that seem to sufficient for sizing any ear and keep them in place during your swim.
Negatives: These earbuds/headphones do not float so if you where to somehow lose them in the water you might be in trouble cause they will sink like a stone. I am not sure if they sell an after market flotation device but you will need one if you are worried about them sinking on you.
All and All I think these are the best buds for swimming for the price. I shelled out thirty bucks for them and I am glad I did because the speedo airtight buds don't even come close to the pineapples rumble bone quality and sound and I now swim laps listening to my favorite tunes.
I am disappointed to have to say that these just do not meet the standards I would hold for a $30 pair of headphones, much less $70, or the unbelievable retail of $200.
When used on my mp3 player (Creative Zen 4 GB Portable Media Player (Black)), the headphones cut out if the volume is turned up too high, presumably because the vibration requires more power than the mp3 player can put out(it keeps alternating between left and right struggling to produce sound from both sides, and when turned up a bit higher, they just cut out entirely).
They are more or less useless to me at work because they can't get loud enough to be heard clearly over the sound of the machinery.
At the volume levels where these headphones actually work on my mp3 player, you can hardly feel the bass at all.
They are comfortable in-ear headphones, and with an amplifier I am sure they could kick out some great bass (I am suspect of how the treble would sound at that level though); but in their current state, the headphones that came with my mp3 player worked better. (I've never had issues like this with any other headphones/earphones)
The sound quality is mediocre at best on base heavy songs, but on more technical/melodic music they are downright crummy sounding. The "rumble" feature is really only effective if you are feeling it with your hands over your ears (in actuality do you really want a little hammer in your ear drum?).
The cable is to short and is a-typical of most cables (the left cable is 4", the right cable is around 12") this makes operating your MP3 with your right hand cumbersome because the cable falls on the left side of your body, someone should have thought a bit harder about that idea.
The other issue I have always had with headphones is they never seem to be loud enough when you really want to get into the music. These suckers are QUITE, I think it is using the extra battery power to opperate the solenoid rather than increase the volume. This is really unfortunate considering that the "perceived volume" was supposed to be higher than a standard set of head phones.
The only reason these things didn't get one star is that they do operate "similarly" as advertised and they actually look kinda cool, classy, sporty and fun. But for the drawbacks of their performance I would not recommend purchasing them. I have had better experiences with $10 sets from Walgreens.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Here is a brief overview of my experiences with this low-quality product and the poorly run business that manufactures them. Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by C. Pierce
I wanted to write a review for people to know what they are getting when buying these earphones.There are no actual speakers that produce sound.It's vibration. Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by moshe
I bought these ear buds to use with the waterproof iPod shuffle. The sound quality was average, but I could not keep them in my ears while swimming, even with a cap pulled over... Read morePublished on February 1, 2012 by B-Ware D-Ware
Price was excellent and product arrived quickly. But the sound was nothing like I had hoped. I recommned the Bose in ear headphones for top notch sound quality.Published on December 30, 2011 by Bruce D
Well, you ended up buying these and now your wondering what to do about the sound. Try foam eartips. Foam ear tips really improve the sound. Read morePublished on September 1, 2011 by Rick Mont
total let down. you have to put the sound at nearly full blast to get any of the so called rumble feeling to take effect. Read morePublished on July 13, 2011 by Jesus Malverde
These headphones are great for one thing. Heavy bass music. You can really FEEL the bass. Regular music is has slightly less quality than regular headphone, but not by much. Read morePublished on June 24, 2011 by Sam