Monoprice 113191 Hi-Fi Lightweight On-Ear Headphones with in-Line Play/Pause Controls and Built-in Microphone, Clear
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About this item
- Frequency response - 20-20KHz
- Drivers 36mm dome
- Sensitivity 101dB/mW
- Impedance 32 ohms @ 1kHz
- Inline Control Play/Pause
- Connectivity technology : Wired
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Monoprice BT-400 Bluetooth Over Ear Headphone with Qualcomm AptX Support
These Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headphones deliver hands-free convenience and superb hi-fi sound. Roam wirelessly up to 32 feet away from your paired Bluetooth device and listen uninterrupted for up to 14 hours on a single battery charge. The stylish design, comfortable protein-leather earpads, and foldable design make these the perfect headphones at home, in the office, or on the go.
Bluetooth with aptX
These headphones utilize Bluetooth version 4.1, which provides up to 32 feet (10 meters) of wireless communications range. They feature the Qualcomm aptX audio codec, for superior audio quality when streaming from an aptX-enabled device.
On Ear Controls & Built-in Microphone
The easy-to-use control buttons on the earpiece makes it simple to skip music tracks, adjust the volume, or answer important phone calls. A built-in microphone ensures crystal-clear phone conversations or in-game chat.
Designed For Comfort
These headphones are made of ultra-durable, lightweight brushed aluminum and feature large, cushioned ear cups, an adjustable headband, and a foldable design for complete comfort and portability.
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|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 6.8 x 2.5 inches||5.87 x 1.81 x 7.87 inches||8.44 x 2.13 x 6.38 inches||7 x 2 x 4 inches||36 x 6.7 x 0.5 inches||6.5 x 7.4 x 2.8 inches|
|Item Weight||0.32 ounces||4.76 ounces||2.88 ounces||2.24 ounces||1.20 ounces||—|
|Special Features||noise-isolation||foldable, lightweight, tangle-free-cord||lightweight||foldable||lightweight||Wireless|
Enjoy amazing musical clarity in a featherweight package using these Hi-Fi lightweight on-ear headphones from Moonrise! These on-ear headphones tip the scales at a mere 4. 5 ounces, which helps prevent fatigue during long listening sessions. The inline controller contains a microphone for phone calls and allows you to pause/resume audio playback. These 32-ohm headphones boast superb low-end bass response, with a 20Hz 20Khz frequency response and 101 dB sensitivity.
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Caution, if you buy these to use at work you better be sure you can still get the work done, these things will make you want to stop and soak up every note they produce. I will be buying more of these just to have around and give as gifts.
Headphones are only so expensive now because of highly intelligent consumers who spend 100 dollars on Apple headphones, 100s of dollars on 'beats" headphones or 40 dollars on a pair of poorly made skull candy airbuds. Headphones have even become a fashion statement, so all the highly intelligent consumers who buy into this have driven the cost of headphones up which makes reasonably priced average sounding headphones seem like a great deal.
After a year of use they still going strong and we got a second pair.
I somehow managed to get them for $18 here, which is only $3 more than what Monoprice charges on their site. Similar to others here, I liked what CNET had to say about them and the price was definitely right. Also my old Klipsch Image S4 earbuds were literally electrocuting my ears any time I moved, so yeah. Those earbuds, side note, are what I had to compare these against, but they were also CNET-recommended years ago for whatever that's worth.
First of all, and because people have complained about build quality, they're only $15. At that price point, most people would be okay with (nay, *expect*) a cheaply made product, and would probably enjoy terrible sound quality as well. But these actually sound *good*. So I think we can, at the very least, marginalize that aspect of these headphones. Better construction would mean a higher price, and that would take away the key advantage of these headphones: the value. In terms of sound-reproduction they definitely impressed me. I have a decent HiFi setup at home, the components of which I've also reviewed on Amazon (if anyone's interested); these 'phones obviously weren't able to create as satisfying of a performance as my stereo, but they actually didn't do anything wrong by comparison. Going from top to bottom, the highs are nicely detailed without being harsh or fatiguing. Nothing "crunchy" or brash like most cheap (and even some mid-tier) earbuds have. Mids are decent and don't draw attention to themselves. I would have preferred a little more warmth/richness, but that's technically a coloration and I wouldn't consider its absence an objectively bad thing. Lows are surprisingly well done compared to what I was used to with the Klipsch earbuds. The bass on those was understandably weak, given that they're so small and inexpensive. Which is why the Monoprice headphones pleasantly surprised me by being plenty noticeable and low. It's not sloppy and it's not excessive; it feels well weighted in terms of its place in the sound profile. Overall, the sound quality was satisfying, non-fatiguing, and definitely good for the price. I would give it 5 stars for value any day, and probably 4 for sound quality altogether. The only issue I had was a left-right imbalance where vocals would seem to be centered closer to one ear than the other. Maybe it's because I wear glasses (which also makes listening for more than 30 minutes painful - how do people do it??) or maybe it's the nature of "on-ear" 'phones and the lack of a legitimate seal. Regardless, it was noticeable enough be a little annoying at times. I feel that the discomfort related to my glasses (however irritating) is a personal problem, so it didn't factor into my rating. All things considered, these are an insanely good deal and I would absolutely recommend them to anyone who has reasonable expectations for build quality, a desire for better-than-average sound, and a tight budget.
EDIT 03/12/2016: The inline mic is very annoying if you wear shirts with collars.
I am not sure of other on/off, mute, hold, options from the corded mic module. The 3.5 jack will fit android or
older iphone models with a jack port.