Half the people on Amazon seem to love it, but a suspiciously LARGE number complain about the leather coming off the ears rather quickly.
But fuck it, it’s my last night of commingled funds before my finances get split from the impending divorce, which means the future ex is paying for half of it, so… in for the blue one! Thanks @snapster… I think
@rileyper can’t I just make a joke at Meh’s expense? Actually, I really like the DNAs we bought a few years ago, the only thing I didn’t like is that they are on ear, I prefer over ear. Thinking about this, the blue isn’t hideous.
So you mention the amazing green and red ones but you aren’t selling them? Oh Meh, you big tease. If these don’t make a special appearance before Christmas then I will…probably do nothing because doing stuff is hard. Carry on.
@JT954 Noise isolating means the big padded ear pieces cover your ears and block sound physically from coming in. Basically all headphones isolate a bit, but some are designed with less sound penetration intended. Noise cancelling is when the headphones send out a competing sound wave intended to hit and cancel out other sounds.
I bought some bluetooth headphones recently. I’m never going back to headphones with cords. Meh, headphones with cords are going to be your new plug in speaker docks. You might have to create a new site just to move the stuff.
@a7xaudiojunkie Amen to that… Anything cheap but still by a “real” audio company would likely throw these for a serious whirl, be it Sennheiser, Koss Porta-Pro, or even some of the Sony sets. Or if you can get some of the Soul branded cans while they’re way down in price, they’ll do the same.
Buy headphones for sound; not for a brand - That’s where you can pick whatever (un)attractive clothing you please!
@thismyusername newer compression codecs make Bluetooth far better than it used to be. Many Bluetooth headphones also have jacks to run a 3.5mm cable also as an alternative. Not having Bluetooth on this is a definite drawback especially considering its an adidas branded monster product. Who’s sponsoring them, fucking RUN-D.M.C.?
Gawd, do I hate dumb branding. Bialetti toothbrushes, RCA condoms, Chevrolet caskets. Anyone remember Oleg Cassini? (American fashion designer born to an aristocratic Russian family with maternal Italian ancestry.) Guy licensed his name to ANYTHING. Gerber beer, Arm & Hammer cotton balls, Janitor-in-a-Drum hygiene products, Jello super glue…Boeing cat litter. Adidas headphones???