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Incipio F38 Hi-Fi - Auriculares (Supraaural, 10 - 20000 Hz, Alámbrico, Negro)

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Nombre del modeloF38 Hi-Fi
Año de fabricación2011
Peso del producto154 g
Dimensiones del producto8,6 x 21,3 x 22,9 cm
Número de modelo del productoNX-100
Número de productoNX-100
Factor de forma de los auricularesSupraaural
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Descripción de la interfaz de redAlámbrico
Tipo de conectorAlámbrico
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Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en desde1 de marzo de 2012

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Audifonos: Supraaural
Color del producto: Negro
Frecuencia de auricular: 10 - 20000 Hz
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico

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21 de 21 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Acceptable Build Quality + Exceptional Sound Quality = Incipio f38. 4 de diciembre de 2012
Por JonCo - Publicado en
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Just an update on this: After more than a year of very rough and careless use, the audio now only comes through one ear. I got mine used to begin with, so considering the almost-disposable price tag, I'm not really bothered by it. I replaced them with a portable Meelectronics pair that costs twice as much and got great reviews. After about a month of relatively bloated bass and inferior instrument separation, I gifted them to my girlfriend and bought another pair of these. It's nice to hear my music again. I will get another (3rd) pair when these break.


I'm a frugal audiophile. I put a lot of time into researching the best value per dollar audio experience I can get. At $60, I would call these a decent value. At $40 or below, don't hesitate to purchase if you like to actually HEAR your music.

I bought these used, so there was no burn in required.

Tight Bass
Forward Mids
Sparkling Highs

Most of my headphones prior to this have been IEMs, with the exception of a pair of Creative Aurvana Live Headphones. The creative 'phones are a less expensive re-branding of DENON's AH-D1001, THEMSELVES known for already being a great deal.

These headphones are also a less expensive re-branding, this time of Fischer Audio's FA-004. Look up reviews for that headphone if you want an audiophile's description of the sound. I'll simply be giving my humble opinion:

Money completed aside, this pair of headphones is every bit as good as my Creatives. Although the Creatives give a deeper bass punch and overall is fairly "U" shaped, this pair is more even. The highs are also much more sparkly (ALMOST sibilant) and defined to my ears. The Incipio has plenty of bass, but it's controlled, and not the least bit boomy or muddy.

The true benefit of the Incipio comes in the really exceptional soundstage. These headphones are incredibly open. Particularly with drums, you can really get a feel for where the mic's where positioned in the room. Instrument separation is also the best I've ever heard. These phones make it very easy to pick out a baseline, even in heavier and distorted sections.

Fit/Build Quality:
My only complaint is that I wish the cups were a LITTLE bigger, just a few millimeters. These go on very comfortable, but end up pushing my ear lobe against my head. The clamping force isn't hard, but it can make your outer ear hurt after an hour+ of listening. I NEVER had this problem with my Creatives.

The metal mechanism keeping the cups on is solid, but the plush padding on the headband does not inspire confidence. On the plus side, the wire that goes through the headband is woven rather than rubber, which I like. The cabling is fairly thick and the strain relief looks good. Unless you REALLY force it, or are rough with your headphone jacks, I don't imagine these breaking too easily.

Other main benefit of these over the Creative? They look damn good. Small profile, and the ear cups don't stick out so much that they make you look like Dumbo.

Overall, these come highly recommended. Accurate response, good looks, impulse-buy price. Get 'em while they're hot.
4 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing quality for a great price 12 de febrero de 2012
Por Chris P - Publicado en
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These headphones sound as good as my 200 dollar Shure headphones, and are amazingly comfortable and well designed. They come with a carrying case as well, which is a nice feature. The bass response is actually very good, and the highs are even better. All in all, these are the best headphones for the price that I have ever heard.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas good headphones but.... 13 de abril de 2013
Por champion - Publicado en
the f38 are some nice headphones with amazing sound quality but its a few thing you must do first. first there are small thin layers of foam over the drivers in each can , tear that crap off to expose the driver. second if you want, tear the cloth off the inner ear cup, that makes a small difference, and third. the most important thing to do, you must do a process call burn in. simply put, you play music through the headphone for about 5 hours plus to expand the frequency range to the intended range. this is like breaking in a new pair of shoes, and over time the sound quality will better ... much better. but the headphones do sound good out of the box, im just an audiophile
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing Headphones - Must Buy! 5 de julio de 2013
Por DarkHaze - Publicado en
The Incipio f38's are a very high quality product. They have an exceptional build quality and are great sounding. They rival many higher end Sennhiseres (HD 558, $200). They are very easy to adjust, and are extremely comfortable. I have worn them for hours without discomfort.

They are suitable for a wide range of music, from classical to dubstep to rap. They have a very good frequency response, with soaring highs and punchy lows. They may take a while to reach their best, as many headphones do. Their 40 mm drivers can reproduce practically any frequency without distortion.

Overall, the build quality from these headphones is much better than expected from a $30-$40 pair. They are very solid, and have survived being dropped from chest height a few times. The padding around the headphones is adequate, and the finish on the padding does not easily tear or deteriorate. The padding on the top band of the headphones is very comfortable, and the finish is very good quality although after a year of use some small "fibers" show (it is almost imperceptible).

These are possibly the most comfortable headphones i've worn, and thats saying something. They can be worn for hours on end without any discomfort. They are well padded and are great to wear.

These headphones have a retro style, and look very good to my eye. However they can stick out a bit.

Overall they are worth buying.
12 de 14 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great headphones, but don't use the carrying bag 30 de mayo de 2012
Por William Darby - Publicado en
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My wife loves everything hot pink, so these were a great gift. Sound quality is more than adequate for the price range as most people aren't audiophiles. The one kicker is when she put them in the free carrying bag, it absorbed the dye from the bag. I've ordered a replacement, but would never use the bag again.

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