Reviews make it sound like these are bad for people with big heads (i.e. me) and bad for noise-canceling. One person said they felt more like on-ear than over-ear headphones, which I don’t really understand. That person may have big ears.
@harveydanger@riotdeamon@f00l The “Lyric” A11 & A12 models are the on-ear version. The “Legacy” A01/A02 we’re selling are Over-Ear headphones, but A-Audio screwed up and forgot to change the text on the box.
Agree with all the above and came to say the same thing. I don’t really need ANC headphones (still rocking my Samsung Level Over’s), but the price-point is decent. They just look so god-awfully terrible.
How insensitive! Many people, well, a few people-- OK, a couple of folks-- all right, just me… are completely allergic to Neodymium. If I’m even within 59 feet of it, I start hallucinating and hearing music. There should be a global ban on it! They could easily switch to Kryptonite, and no one would get hurt.
These headphones look so cool with metal body, but the comfort level is low. The specifications that are mentioned for these headphones are quite good, but I think the price is quite high. I love to have different brand collections. I love to have headphones from Sony while my brother love to have collection from Soundmagic store. Well It depends on the choices you made to have the collection.