Status Audio HD One Headphones - JetBlack - Lightweight On-Ear Noise Isolating Headset with High Definition Studio Sound (Wired,not Bluetooth)
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- THE STATUS AUDIO ADVANTAGE - No logos, no celebrities, just sound. Join the 100,000+ customers enjoying premium sounding, beautifully constructed headphones at a fraction of the price of the big name competition.
- SLEEK AND MINIMAL - Prefer not to be a walking billboard? The HD One headphones are 100% free of logos and branding, and are coated in a rubberized matte finish that doesn’t show fingerprints or reflect light. Perfect for a minimal look or for customizing.
- STUDIO GRADE - 40mm drivers deliver an exciting sound signature that responds to all genres of music. Deep, articulated bass with a sizzling high end. Exceptional detail and clarity throughout the entire frequency spectrum. This is the big, crisp sound you’ve been looking for.
- FIT AND FINISH - On-ear design that is lightweight and comfortable for long-term use. A unique foldable design collapses into a small form factor, ideal for travel and commuting. Substantial, yet highly portable, these are your go-to headphones for your morning commute and throughout the day.
- INCLUDED STUFF - Two flat anti-tangle cables are included (both standard 3.5mm). One 1.2 meter black cable with inline remote/mic for handsfree calling and phone control. Compatible with virtually all smartphones and tables (iPhone, Android, Samsung, etc). 2nd cable is 1.7 meters (extended length), red, and ideal for desktop and gaming applications. Also included drawstring pouch for travel and storage.
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||Loa products||Fortune Bargain Depot||MUJI SHOP||4OurEars - The Official Grado Store|
|Color||JetBlack||M07-Black, Black, Black||Black||Brown||Black||Black|
|Headphone Fit||On-Ear||On-Ear||On-Ear, Over-Ear||On-Ear||Over-The-Ear, Over-The-Ear, Over-The-Ear, Over-The-Ear, Over-The-Ear||On-Ear|
|Item Dimensions||—||1.1 x 7.24 x 6.61 in||1 x 6 x 8 in||7.7 x 3.1 x 7.9 in||6.5 x 7.2 x 3.6 in||6.69 x 3.15 x 7.48 in|
|Item Weight||0.75 lb||0.7 lb||5.2 ounces||0.8 lb||0.75 lb||0.51 lb|
|Additional Features||Noise Cancellation||long battery life, volume control||Noise Cancellation||volume-control||Microphone, Foldable||Non-foldable|
By avoiding the pitfalls of expensive marketing and celebrity endorsements, Status Audio's flagship HD One headphones deliver sonic performance and build quality typically associated with far more expensive headphones. They have earned widespread critical acclaim for their powerful yet accurate sound reproduction coupled with a sleek unbranded design. One listen to the HD One headphones will leave you wondering why you ever considered the more expensive competition -- and how Status Audio delivers so much quality for such a low price.
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Also, I have used Beats by Dr. Dre (which are $199) and these Status Audio HD One headphones are BETTER sounding, at least to me. If anything they are the same, and cost faaaaar less. Would highly recommend these!
I did read through most of the other reviews and I need to mention a few things:
The cheap feeling many report isn't really correct, it is just a lightweight rubberized plastic. Might feel "cheap" at first glance but after using it a short while you'll realize it isn't cheap.
I have a huge head. One size fits all hats never fit me. These headphones fit just fine for me. Even though, I was a bit leery after reading the reviews.
Finally, I don't find them one bit uncomfortable. Since I've received them I've worn them for 6-8 hours at a time several days in a row including falling asleep with them on several times. No issues at all. I am extremely pleased with my purchase.
I have had a long-standing love/hate relationship with headphones and trying to find the right balance of comfort and sound quality. Part of my beef is that I just really don't prefer bulky over-the-ear cans. And yet, finding comfort and solid sound quality with in-ear buds, or even around-the-ear speakers is often just an exercise in frustration.
When I heard about the Status Audio headphones, and the incredible price they debuted at, I decided to take a gamble...
First of all, I was pleasantly surprised by the comfort of these. They are light weight, don't pinch anywhere, and after a few minutes I really don't notice that I'm wearing them.
The flat cord is plenty long enough and the design almost never gets tangled.
As for sound quality, they sound FAR better than I expected for headphones in this price range. In fact, I'd say they compete with much higher end headphones. The highs are relatively airy, the bass is fairly tight and decently deep, and the mids offer decent clarity. If anything, I'd say these do a pretty capable job of reproducing an accurate sound range (whereas some brands will over do the bass to the point where mids and highs are lost). Basically, these are solid enough that if you're hearing flaws in your music, it's probably source material related and not these headphones. Now, having said that, these WILL begin to distort pretty significantly at louder volumes, but as long as you're not trying to go deaf, it shouldn't be an issue.
Now, about that design flaw.... For some odd reason, Status Audio decided to BOTH not label these with Left and Right, AND they put the cord on the Right side (when Left is standard). I'd have been willing to ignore one of these issues and still given these a 5-star rating, but the fact that both add up to customer confusion, it can't be overlooked.