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SOUL by Ludacris SL99 High-Def Sound Isolation In-Ear Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Advanced Driver and Circuitry Design for Superb Bass, Clear Mids and Highs, Creates High-Precision Audio Balance
- iPhone Ready: Compatible with iPhone 4G and 3GS, iPad and iPod
- Ultra-Comfort, In-Ear Design Seals Music In and Noise Out
- Tangle-Resistant Cable Design with Cord Manager for Hassle-Free, Customized Fit
- Includes Small, Medium and Large Ear Tips for an Ideal Fit and a Protective Road Case for Convenience and Storage
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Top Customer Reviews
The SL99 headphones are an extraordinary piece of audio equipment that any person who are passionate about music will fully appreciate.
Just looking at the box tells you these headphones mean business, it's very neatly styled however is a nightmare to get into, I had my hands on the corners of the box whilst franticly shaking it up and down, it worked eventually.
When you finally get into the box you are presented with a very smart accessory case which inside have the small & large ear-buds.
As for the earphones, well lets just say they are probably the most stylish in-ear headphones I have seen to date, visually they shout "hey look at me!", and they have every right to do so.
The quality is the cable is really nice, instead of the typical circular wires, they seem to have a slight rectangle shape which is probably why they don't get tangle so easily (I'm not sure if this is the actual reason, but the wires very rarely tangle when I shove them into my bag unlike previous headphones, but when they do they untangle with very little effort).
I've tried this on many different devices that have an audio jack slot, with mixed results:
* iPod, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4; I was able to test this on my sisters and friends iPods and iPhones and can say these headphones are FULLY compatible with these devices, you can use the control panel located under the right earphone:
The triangles are for volume adjustment or press the circle button once for play/pause, twice for skip forward, or three times to skip back a track.Read more ›
* Altec Lansing UHP336
* Klipsch S4
* Bose IE2
In my opinion, the Souls blew away the Lansing's and the Klipsch's. The Soul's simply offer a much more dynamic sound. I did expect this though, because they do both sell for a lower price. And the Soul's also require less power than most headphones to deliver. I use them with my Zune HD, where the default volume is under half, and that is plenty loud for these. Haven't ever attempted to use them with the computer. In comparison to the IE2's, I think that they are close. They both reach nice lows which you can feel, but that's about all they share. I think the Soul's focus more on bass and treble where the IE2's are more of a full range. In the sl99's, the treble is probably what you will notice to be the most prominent aspect. They reach much higher than any other earphones that I have tested, and it's actually quite unexpected and surprising initially. But they may in fact reach too high, which might actually cause minor headaches. Personally, I like it though, probably because I've gotten so used to it after using them for awhile.
-- The volume control doesn't work for non-apple products, but I've tested it on an iPod and it works as intended.
For the build quality, this is where the sl99's shine in some parts and crash and burn in others. In a positive note, what I love about the 99's is the design of the wire. The rectangular design, with a quality feel, isn't flat and cheap feeling.Read more ›
I have used a good number of sub $300 headphones over the years, from Bose to Shure, all the way down to cheap Skullcandy and Sony headphones. I like to run and bike, too, so I typically evaluate products keeping their performance in these scenarios in mind. With that said, I definitely consider $100 to be on the more expensive end of headphones that I would consider buying, though I understand that many of you will place value in headphones that cost several hundreds of dollars. This review will be coming from my perspective of a more budget minded consumer.
With that said, on to the pros and cons!
1. Bass - The bass is solid. Other reviewers have commented that it's a little too much bass, others have commented that it sounds just about right. For me, it's just about right stock, and I'd rather have more bass capability than less, because even simple and inexpensive MP3 players these days often have EQ settings that you can customize. How hard is it to turn the bass down a little? Typically it will not be hard at all. But how hard is it to boost the bass level in headphones that are simply not capable? This is one of those things where I'd rather have it than not need it than need it and not have it.
2. Mids and highs - There is nothing to complain about here. The mids and highs are solid and will give you the full experience of your sound. Rock music allows for accurate listening of all the intricacies of your guitar riffs, and orchestral music is full and bold. I have yet to listen to a track that leaves you lacking in the mid/high range on these headphones.
3. Comfort - These are very comfortable for my ears.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've never had a paid of expensive earbuds before these so I don't have anything to compare it to, the sound quality was great. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Kay Skrew
Had high hopes for this headphone. My issue is that it comes out of my ears too easily. A bit heavy. My cheapy $10 headphone from another company sounds better. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Howard Jones
These headphones are alright. The sound quality is eh, lower end is good of course but everything else sounds below average. Honestly my $7 headphones have better full range to me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by BringMeThatHorizon
Ok so I've had these things for nearly 5 YEARS and I can say confidently I am just as satisfied with them as the first day. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer