808 Over-The-Ear Stereo Headphones – Matte Black (HPA88BKM)

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Don’t just hear your music. Live it. Feel it. In every bone of your body and every fiber of your soul. With balance and clarity. With uncompromising comfort and convenience. Every tone in crystal clear sound quality. From the highest notes to the deepest grooves. The 808 Over-the-Ear Stereo Headphones provide stereo quality sound with

Don’t just hear your music. Live it. Feel it. In every bone of your body and every fiber of your soul. With balance and clarity. With uncompromising comfort and convenience. Every tone in crystal clear sound quality. From the highest notes to the deepest grooves. The 808 Over-the-Ear Stereo Headphones provide stereo quality sound with style. The 808s consist of a foldable design with detachable, tangle-free cables. The cables include, a flat cable with mic or DJ-style cable. For easy travel, these headphones come with a durable carrying case. 808 studio-quality headphones your music the way it was meant to be heard.

Product Features

  • Foldable design with detachable, tangle-free cables
  • Stylish and compact design for easy travel, in style
  • Driver: 40mm (dynamic range); Sensitivity: 105 +/- 3 dB
  • Two cables included: Flat cable with mic or DJ-style cable
  • Includes durable carrying case

Comments

Sarah Schopp "princessbride42" says:

Not enough awesome for the price I’ll start off by comparing these to a couple of headphones, the ones this copies its design from, and the one I’d buy instead. Then I’ll talk about the headphones themselves on their own merits.The Beats Studio by Dre are also over the ear, also have a non swiveling folding mechanism, are also shiny plastic, are also black, also have a red cable, also have an adapter, and also have another cable with a mic control. It’s obvious to me that they share design influence, probably these are almost a copy. The two even share the name “Studio”. The Beats Studio by Dre have active noise cancellation and cost twice as much. Otherwise these seem to be very similar in design.For the same price you can get the Sennheiser HD 518. I’d suggest getting those instead, they have more accurate audio reproduction. Ultimately that’s what I’m looking for, something that can reproduce what the music is supposed to sound like. I also find the Sennheiser build quality to feel…

Kathy W says:

Pretty and Great Quality Headphones These are great headphones and are pretty close in quality to a set of Bose over-the-ear headphones I have. Bose is just a slight bit better on base, but you wouldn’t notice unless you actively switch back and forth to compare the two products.The comfy padded earphones are a nice treat to the ears, and they come with a nicely padded flexible case to hold them and your cords. You receive a regular round cord, and a flat phone cord with button to stop and answer phone calls, along with an adapter. “The flat cord provides inline push-to-talk and play/pause for select mobile phones and other electronics. Certain devices may not support this cable”. The earphones also fold to fit into the flexible case.It is a very nice product for the price.

Reverie says:

Not for an audiophile These headphones are great for listening to music and watching videos online when you don’t want to disturb anyone else late at night. I really like that I can fold these up inside the included carrying case, but they may not be the best option for audiophiles….they are, after all, relatively inexpensive. However, you do get a good product for this price point.

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