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SOL REPUBLIC Tracks HD On-Ear Headphones - White (1241-02)
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- Tracks HD are REMIX compatible - swap in different headbands and cables with ease
- V10 high-definition sound engine speakers are fully loaded with deeper bass, higher vocal clarity and crisp vocals
- 3-button mic + music control
- Virtually indestructible FlexTech Sound Track headband has a 1,000 day guarantee
- Compatible with most Apple, Android and Windows devices that uses a 3.5mm jack
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|Dimensions||6.7 inches x 9 inches x 2.3 inches||6.7 inches x 9 inches x 2.3 inches||7.3 inches x 9.8 inches x 2.9 inches||6.7 inches x 9 inches x 2.3 inches|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds||0.8 pounds||1.4 pounds||0.79 pounds|
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Size: One Size | Color: White
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Also, if you have bass heavy headphones, make sure you don't listen to them for several hours on high volume, as that much bass over time WILL worsen your hearing (I haven't had bass heavy headphones like these in a while, and my ears are tired after only a couple hours of use on a decent volume level).
First, I want to clarify that this is my first pair of these new wave of headphones (such as the Beats), as I have mostly used studio monitor headphones for mixing and listening to music.
Pros: Stylish, heavy bass compared to other regular headphones, detachable headphone amps ("sound engines"), detachable audio cord, virtually indestructable headband (also switchable), great price compared to Beats, loud compared to ear bud headphones, comes with a carrying pouch, sound leakage is minimal at full volume (although there is enough leakage to prevent these from being used as playback in a recording studio.
Cons: NOT applicable for music production, highs are muffled compared to studio monitors (Shure srh440, Sony MDR-V6000, Sennheiser HD280 Pro), bass is exaggerated, the overall frequency spectrum is biased to the mids and lows, not flat at all. Not extremely comfortable if you wear glasses. Sound isolation/cancellation is not very good, but if you have music playing then you won't notice outside noise much, in line control feels cheaply built (I cannot comment on call quality as I have not yet tested it)
For the average person, these are a GREAT pair of headphones. They give off great bass, decent highs, and are loud enough to block out most outside sounds.Read more ›
All in all, if you are looking for headphones that are under $150 and you love a little bass, these are the ones. But, if you wear glasses, pass and look for something else.
I eventually returned these headphones for two reasons. For one, they weren't real comfortable for me personally. Don't get me wrong--I wasn't in pain or anything, but put a little more pressure on my ears and the side of my head than I cared for. Also, since I primarily use my headphones during my train commute, portability is important to me. These were just a little too bulky to carry around. Definitely not the headset for you if you want to travel light.
Otherwise, I liked them and I like that Sol Republic is a new company. That means they haven't yet reached the stage where people run around wearing the headphones as a fashion accessory like some other brands. I tend to be a fairly value-oriented buyer. The $130 price tag is not outlandish for this set of headphones, but I think they could be $100. Sol Republic does make another version that looks exactly the same, but costs $100. I didn't discern a dramatic difference in sound quality between the two pair.
Durable design, stylish, superb sound, good bass
Bulky, not highly portable
A budget friendly alternative to Beats that offer the same level of performance.
On Boom Boom Pow, most other headphones I've used are just not capable of reproducing anything from this song except for the vocals, these handle the bass with no problem.
On Rack City which is practically all bass they Rock the Rack!
Where these really shine though are on acoustic and jazz......Pure Bliss!
July 2012 Update - Still going strong. Love these headphones. AMAZING sound still crystal clear with great deep solid bass.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
these headphones sound great on my gourd. I was tired of hearing lackluster bass and over-all sound quality from the smaller plastic clip-over-the-ear or shove-it-in-your-ear... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Real.Human.
Sol Republic headphones.
Michael Phelps liked them (even though I know he was paid to do so). Read more
I know that alot of people might want to compare these to beats but if you want to get beats, go to head-fi.com rethink your decision and buy real headphones. Read morePublished 4 days ago by darci
The audio wires needed to be changed after a year of usage; kind of cheap I would think!Published 9 days ago by Louis
Very impressive, great sound, very good lows/bass as well as crisp highs. While these are on-ear, they are also very comfortable (I was a bit concerned with on-ear headsets before... Read morePublished 13 days ago by C. Fetner
Excellent headphones for the price and definitely a good alternative to Beats, or other headphones with inflated prices due to marketing gimmicks. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Obliv1on