Sentey Thorx Headphones Headset With Microphone Wired HD Over the Ear Volume Control Audiophile Metal Band Rotation Cups Travel Carrying Case Included LS-4430 HD Gaming Pc Mac Computer Men Kids Girls
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- IN-LINE Mic CONTROL : tangle free flat audio cable with easy detachable cable technology allows safe transport without bending your cable when storing your headphones in folding position. Single 3.5mm jack: no hassle with cables around your neck with a single 3.5mm jack input provides easy and secure usage. Omnidirectional microphone built for last technology makes a strong and durable audio headphone / A long headphone extension cable to make easy your usability.
- STAINLESS STEEL HEADBAND ( Metal Built ) with extreme durability: the brushed metal gives a luxurious premium feel to the headphones as well as being strong and robust to look great for many years. Foldable headphone for easy storage, adjustable headband. Included a deluxe carry case, which makes it an awesome traveling companion, for easy transportation & care. Sentey ThorX Headphones lets you easily fold it up and store, making it great solution for on the go audio
- POWERFUL & STYLISH HEADPHONES you can jam to the beat of own music with ThorX. High definition stereo headphones provides more exact and natural sound than traditional stereo and a major step forward in the modern listening experience . Over ear noise isolation pads: The closed protein ear cushion blacks noise in almost any environment for better guaranteed comfort. Built-in Mic for hands free talk functionality. This is a great music headphone to use everyday
- EXCELLENT MUSICIAN HEADPHONE with mids and drop it like its hot bass through pristine high performance neodymium backed 40mm drivers. AUX line in allows music playback from various devices such as smartphones, tablets, PC and much more. Not to mention audiophile-loving, award-winning sound, Sentey ThorX headphones are the go-to for any music lover, record remixer, or bold city-goer
- THIS SENTEY THORX you can use like an excellent Athletic headphone and have a quality of the professional headphone. Clean bass, mid and treble. Well equalized. Play/Pause, Answer/Hang up control compatible with other brands such as Sony®, Android®, Kindle®, Samsung® and others. Volume control only compatible with Apple® devices, iPod®, iPhone®, iPad®, MacBook®
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|Item Dimensions||—||5.31 x 7.28 x 3.35 in||3.03 x 7.52 x 6.85 in||5.1 x 9.5 x 11.1 in||1 x 6.5 x 8 in||8 x 8.75 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||—||0.69 lb||5.9 ounces||—||6 ounces||1.4 lbs|
|Additional Features||Over-Ear Noise Isolation Pads, Adjustable Headband, Stainless Steel Headband, Tangle free Flat Audio Cable||High-Fidelity, Portable||Over hear headphones||microphone-feature||Bluetooth, Wireless||android-phone-control, foldable, ios-phone-control, tangle-free-cord, volume-control|
HIFI Headphones with microphone
Equipped with two neodymium backed 40mm high fidelity drivers, delivering unique sound performance, clean well-balanced bass, mids and trebble. Designed for those who enjoy music with exceptional quality sound. Let THORX be your workout headphones.
Detachable cable featuring inline controller and mic
Extreme flexible, tangle free, TPE flat cable including inline controller with universal microphone. Play/Pause your music or Answer/Hang up a call with a touch of a button right next to your hands, feature available depending on your device capability. Let it be your sports headphones.
Lightweight stylish design, thought like dj headphones, with adjustable headband, protein leather ear cushion and headband. Made out of cutting edge material featuring Stainless Steel metal headband and Anodized Aluminum finish. Over the ear cups are made with half-inch memory foam, delivering ultimate comfort and passive ambient noise suppression. Ear Foldable design for easy storage including EVA Deluxe Travel Case. Take it anywhere you go. Let it be part of your music experience and life’s best moments.
THORX included accessories
All Accessories included such as 3.5mm aux tangle free cable with universal mic, Maximum portability with included EVA Carrying Case for easy transportation and Manual instructions.
THORX Style design
This unique design allows 20° degree tilt and 100° degree rotation, a DJ Style like design. Flip and fold to store it. Take it anywhere with you. Let Thorx be your flight companion, take it with inside the airplane / aircraft. Luxurious premium design made specially for you to last.
HIFI Neodymium Stereo Speaker ø40mm Drive Diameter Headphone 26O±15% Impedance 20Hz~20KHz Frequency Response 10mW Rated Power 4mW Max. Input Power 1.5% @ 1KHz 1mW T.H.D 94dB±4dB @ 1KHz Sensitivity(S.P.L)
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- Do they crank massive bass? No, but they sound really decent.
- Do they fold down to fit in one's pocket? No, but they do fold up.
- Are they active noise cancelling? No, but the ear cups fit comfortably even around my big ol' ears, and do reduce environmental noise well.
A couple of other notes:
- These are so comfortable, I prefer them to a $100 set. I've worn these 8 hours straight with no discomfort.
- The microphone cable it comes with sounds better to the people I call than 4 other mic cables I've tried.
- The cable controls work flawlessly with both my MacBook and my iPhone
- The plug is a wee bit large to fit through the hole in my phone's Mophie case, but that's why I carry a 3.5mm extension.
- The wide metal band and general constructions suggests durability, but are not too heavy.
And no, I received no discount to review this product. Once again, I wonder how so many people are getting free or discounted stuff and how legit those really are. And how many 1 star reviews are competitors. Makes y'all wonder, eh? Ah, innocence lost...
Still going strong, opened up a bit after about week of moderate level play, livening up the highs and lows while keeping the fidelity of the midrange. Still not enough bass for rap/hip hop, or home theater, but great for everything else. They're still comfortable with no sign of wear! I still have the argument they don't block quite enough noise for my taste, but considering longevity for the price, I'm bumping these up to 5 stars.
OK, here we go! I've only had these for two days, so I'll probably update this in the near future.
The short version: Looks great, has decent sound, and are super comfortable. I tested them with all enhancements on my phone (HTC One M9 due to its 24bit DAC) turned off and the EQ flat. I find their sound "spacious" and detailed, not at all muddy, but a tad flat. I expect they're still in a break-in period, so I'm not pushing them too hard for now, but zero distortion at low to medium volumes. From other's reviews this is what I expected. I listened to some Beats Studio over-the-ears before I purchased these, and I'd say it's comparable, though the Beats are muddier in the mids, and these have a tad more low-frequency. For around $30 I'd recommend these for long-term wearing or if you're an audio enthusiast. Serious audiofiles expecting a miracle at this price will be disappointed. I would make the complaint (and thus minus one star) that they need a bit more attenuation (sound blocking), as I can still hear people around my office chatting, but it does help some. Otherwise, I'm enjoying listening to these. Btw, I LOVE that these aren't bluetooth. You'll never get a clean sound over BT no matter what you do. My buddy spent $300 on some fancypants BT headphones and you hear a lot of hiss. TY Sentey, for getting this part right. Removable cord is a nice touch.
The long version:
Sound - Most important, these bad-boys are accurate. Like really accurate.I did a frequency sweep and noticed a couple small peaks, but for the price these are a freaking steal. They start dropping off at about 70hz, but that may loosen up after a break-in period. I did use my EQ to bump up my 30-100hz and 11-15khz up just a tiny bit and 2-4khz down just a wee bit and these babies came alive! I'd like a bit more separation of instruments, but you can't do much else with a single driver per ear. The soundstage puts you in the middle of the music. I don't really notice new instruments, but I do notice different nuances, such as the drawn-out sustain of a big cymbal crash in the backgroud. Usually that gets lost.
I've mostly tested these with 320kb/s rips of my Linkin Park collection (we'll classify it as 'modern hard rock', but that's not quite right) and they handle the heavy, distorted guitar and bass and drums accurately, keyboard/synth comes through, and cymbal crashes sound more alive than what I've been used to. Vocals are clear, but a tad quiet, something I'm sure I can clear up with further EQ tweaking. Coldplay and 30 Seconds sound great on these as well. They pack enough smooth bass for techno/house/electronica, but might be lacking some low-end for the hip-hop/rap fans. They'd probably be good for home-theater, though I imagine they'd be missing that deep rumbling bass that other home theater headphones seem to provide.
All in all, the best bang for your buck over-the-ear (or any style, in my experience) high-fidelity sound headphone has been found. I can't imagine being satisfied paying $80 for these, but at around $30, I'm satisfied.
Fit/comfort - Totally comfy, fully adjustable, but a bit loose for working out.. as in they kept sliding around while doing sit-ups, but that is not my main intent (I can't exercise with anything but ear-buds anyway, ears get too hot). Great for working on computer or reading. I have glasses and they've yet to make the arms press into my head and hurt. For reference, I'm 5' 6", slim, and though I don't have an instrument to measure the diameter of my head across my ears, I tihnk my head is about "medium sized" (when I bought a new bike helmet, the small was too tight).
Build - as an engineer, I notice stuff that's likely to break. It's my job to engineer those entities out of a design if I can, so I know what to look for. I imagine these will hold up under normal use to light abuse. These seem hefty without being too bulky. The upper stainless steel headband COULD bend if you went after it. But it is far from it's yield when putting on or taking off, so I don't see that breaking. The swivel about the "y" axis (the vertical centerline of the ear-cup) seems strong, whatever bearing is mounted in there seems like it will hold, but that is my one area of concern. The big rubber "arms" that press on the stainless headband absorb some of the pressure when you stretch it to put it on your head, so they're functional as well as aesthetic, and look like they'll do well at keeping that folding hinge from breaking. I don't plan to beat these up, but I do drop my phones, so if they break I'll update.
Appearance - I can't say it enough, they're beautiful, if a tad masculine.. might be too manly and not retro enough for millennials ;-) Just kidding. They look way more expensive than they are.
Attenuation - I really wish these kept out more sound, as people love to yap at my office, and I have a lot of crap to get done. BUT that would probably require a higher durometer (more solid-feeling) foam, which would decrease comfort. I'm guessing it's a personal choice. Perhaps they offer different ear-pads? I'll look into that and update if I find anything.
Sound Bleed - My wife hasn't complained yet, nor my cube-mates, but then again I havn't cranked them up yet.
Oh yeah, I wasn't paid to write this, nor did I receive a discount/free product. I just wanted to give the skinny on some pretty awesome headphones.
My biggest complaint is that the volume buttons only work with an iPhone/iPad. I knew that when buying it (Android has apps that work around that shortcoming) and it wouldn't have really bothered me if I hadn't subsequently found out that it's basically a wiring issue. In that case I would be willing to pay a few more dollars if Sentey would include a second Android-standard cable in the package.
The cord and the headphones have been solid with very regular use. None of the breakage or loss of one ear or the other mentioned in other posts. I'd buy these again, despite my niggle; and that's saying something.