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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on January 11, 2012
I found these Incase Reflex headphones while searching for a good set of headphones to snowboard with, that sound great and still looked good. Earbuds were not an option, I like being able to easily move the phones with my gloves still on. Its almost impossible to put tiny buds into your ears with thick gloves on. The reflexes are easy to maneuver and feel surprisingly durable, though we'll see how well the connection to the headband holds up. They are easy to wear with or without a hat and sit comfortably on my ears. Good sound isolation as well.

Sound quality is good, not as clear and loud as my Technics RP DH-1200s which I have used for monitoring and DJing for years with great results, but close. The low end seems boomier, but a little EQ adjustments go a long way to even it out. These are way better than any skullcandy headphones and buds I've had. I wouldn't use these to DJ because of how the drivers are connected to the headband, but the sleek design makes it tempting (I would never snowboard with my DJ cans though) . Tight, snappy bass and clear highs. I was originally going to get the brown ones, but felt like the black ones looked better when I saw them in person, very understated. I found them for 39.99 @ Urban Outfitters, half the retail price. I might not have got them had they been $80, but now that i've tried them out $80 is a good deal. The remote works great with my ipod nano allowing me to pause, skip tracks back and forth, rewind and fast forward all with a few well timed clicks of a single button. Volume controls are easy to use with gloves on too. I'm very happy that the cord is only on one side, it just makes things easier when combining it with jackets, hats and goggles. I'm tempted to try the sonic for home, and possible studio and DJ use.

Haven't dunked them into chest deep powder yet, but as soon as we get some I'll let you know how they handle the inclement weather.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 7, 2013
I don't usually review products, but had to with these. Firstly I am a music producer and a complete audio and headphone junkie. Let me say you will not find a better sound than these for the price, especially once they are burned in. Being a music producer I like a flat frequency response and these are as close as I have found for under a hundred. A little bass heavy but it's very tight and punchy. Where these really excel is in the midrange. Very warm sound. A lot of people don't understand what makes a good headphone sound wise because most people buy skullcandy and other fashionable brands which are very boomy on the bass and have very loud highs and totally miss the midrange. Thise brands are rubbish in my opinion. These do a wonderful job with the entire spectrum. To the people saying they don't get loud, it's because they haven't had time to burn in. I've owned many pairs of headphones and these have the most dramatic change once burned in of any phone I've used. They sound great out of the box but after about 100 hours of use they sound much louder and more open. My opinion is these are the best on ear phones I. The market for the price. I paid 19.99 but even at the 80.00 retail price they still smoke all the competition for clarity, openness, flat frequency response, comfort, ect ect. Do yourself a favor and buy these.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on August 28, 2012
These are really nice all around headphones. For comparison, they're very close in comfort and sound quality to the Klipsch Image One. But, they're less than half the price of the Klipsch. The memory foam ear cushions are super comfortable and the cord with built in controls/mic beats the Klipsch's cord hands down. As for sound quality, the Reflex has a nice, full, rich sound. Good base response without being overwhelming on Massive Attack's, Teardrop and raised the hair on my arms with the vocals on Sara Barelles', Gravity. The highs could be a little more crisp but they're definitely better than adequate. The Reflex is a bargain at $80 and an absolute steal at $50. I've paid more for headphones that didn't sound nearly as good.
Bottom line, pick the color you like and get them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 23, 2013
I'll admit, I have a headphone problem. White earbuds have got to go, they don't have the dynamic range for good sound production. I don't like "in ear" style earbuds, they fit funny. I love my Urban Ears™ Tanto headphones, but they don't have full iPhone controls (no volume). The Reflex seemed like the next best thing. A few points:

1. The sound quality is excellent, though as other reviews have pointed out, it tends towards the lower end.
2. I listen to a fair amount of spoken word, podcast and audiobooks. The higher quality drivers will definitely highlight the lower bitrates used in this type of audio (more distortions audible)
3. Music sounds fantastic. From heavy urban beats to nuanced piano concertos. The highs are crisp and reproduced very well, The lows are filled out fantastically but not overwhelmingly.
4. The fit is a bit tight for my admittedly huge noggin. I feel like it would be more comfortable if the ear-cups didn't squeeze my glasses arms, an issue I don't notice unless I'm wearing them for more than an hour
5. They block outside noises much more than other "open-cup" designed headphones, which was surprising.

All-in-all I'm very pleased with the cost-to-sound ratio, the reflex will definitely have a daily use for me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 7, 2013
Whild these may not be purely audiophile quality in either build or sound, they are light years ahead of awful offerings from most big box stores in both look, sound and build.

The product design on these headohines is understated, not filled with superflous chrome gugaws. The sound is full range, nice bass, crisp highs, and while they are not sound canceling, the memory foam ear ups are certainly sound isolating. The build is solid, the cable is heavy duty and I wish all head phones had the 90 degree jack connection.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on May 4, 2012
I remember the days of Sony Walkman and all the kids were envious if you walked down the school halls with headphones on - you were one cool cat. As soon as I put on these phones, it was fun all over again, now with a modern sleek look. I love the olive green color, almost looks like a head band - very stylish. I bought these specifically for long trips on planes, so I can enjoy listening to music instead of babies crying or engines roaring. I didn't want something too big or bulky, and I didn't want a pair of small whimpie headphones either. These are the perfect medium size to enjoy. Comfortable and does the job. Hope you enjoy them too!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 21, 2013
I purchased these headphones for both leisure listening and mixing audio productions, and I have to say.... these headphones blew me away. I'm not the kind of guy that gives a damn about popularity, but compared to other so-called popular headphones, I'd take a pair of these Incase Reflex headphones over any pair that's on the market today. They are sturdy, aesthetic pleasing, and pack a punch. The only drawback that I can say is that after about an hour of wearing the headphones, your earlobes will begin to hurt due to the 'on-ear' pressure, but that's a small issue compared to the overall package.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 27, 2012
These are the best headphones out for the price. They sill stand up to running and take a beating. A must have.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 11, 2014
I would highly recommend these... They have a pretty good mid to high, and favor bass if you're into that kind of thing. Although they too start to hurt your ears after long uses which says something since I have a small head. I got these for $12.95 at Burlington Coat Factory. I may be wrong but when these came out they were around $80-90.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on April 11, 2013
just picked up a pair at Marshall for $19.99+tax
opened immediately since i am so curious about the brand, they make good cases, what else can they be good at. no a single spec on the box, which is very lame. didn't expect much, i was wrong. good packaging, double boxed.
bass: good, deep enough, not too much, too much bass is not comfortable after a few songs.
treble: somewhat low, but you can EQ the balance.
Cord is a good quality, won't feel it will break anytime soon, solid L-shaped jack, solid 3-button remote.
Comes with a nice paper case, it doesn't feel like will last for long but i dont care about the case.
overall, i would definitely recommend to anyone.
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