MEElectronics HT-21 Negro Circumaural Diadema auricular - Auriculares (Circumaural, Diadema, 20 - 20000 Hz, 50 mW, 114 dB, 32 Ω)
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Descripción del producto
Auriculares: 3,5 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Contactos del conector chapado: Oro
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1,2 m
Obstrucción: 32 Ω
Potencia máxima de entrada: 50 mW
Sensibilidad de auricular: 114 dB
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de controlador: Dinámico
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- ONE cord. You won't choke yourself by accident with this like you do with the dual-cord headphones
- easy to see R versus L
- incredible sound reproduction - truly I was amazed that these sounded *so good* for such tiny, inexpensive phones
- comes with a waterproof baggie with a drawstring for travel
- fit well over ears and very comfy padding
- adjustable width across the headband works for kids or adults, small or large noggins
- drown out surrounding noise surprisingly well for size and price
- keep your music in your ears so you're not bombarding your neighbors on the bus or elsewhere with your musical taste
- the ear phones FOLD UP into the arc of the headband so they fit in a pocket, no kidding!! Perfect for travel/commuting
- appear to be VERY sturdy considering I've used them daily for many months, not always gently, and they've lasted beautifully; looking at mine you cannot tell they are used!
These headphones are in the top 10 best purchases I've ever made in my life, I'm happy to say. They're great for anyone for daily use, travel, or even for kids. If I could give them more stars I would.
The sound, look, and fit from these headphones is better than I expected, and beyond just the label of "introductory" headphones. Possibly the best stocking stuffer with Christmas coming up for anyone who enjoys listening to music, tv or whatever else.
Sound: Whoa! Pleasantly surprised. I have various audiophile-worthy category headphones (Shure, a few Sennheisers and Audio-Technicas, V-Moda, even the brand we all love to hate: Beats). So, I want to compare these headphones to the sound of the Sol Republic Tracks HDs; they're like the big brother sound-wise to the MEElectronics HT-21. And don't be afraid to turn up the volume! Granted, I didn't use any EQ or amp with them, but I don't need them for heavy-duty stuff! I wanted some headphones I wouldn't be afraid of breaking or if they got stolen. I picked a winner. TIGHT tight tight kick/bass, and reasonable but clear mids and highs. I'm currently using them with my iPhone 6 (EQ off) and iTunes (various EQ settings).
Style: Black. Minimal. Light. Good length for a cord. Angled connector. Boom, that's it.
Fit: Here is where I have my only issue. And I'm not taking into consideration if they're noise-isolating or not because I didn't expect them to be. The fake leather on the cups Can get a tinsy tinsy bit annoying because it can get itchy or feel like sweat is accumulating. They are not a snug fit but I'm okay with that because it would just add to the previous annoyances. They however do not hurt to have on and the band is not intrusive. I can see how some people recommend not using them for long-term listening, but I'm going to variate it and recommend you adjust them or move them around different areas of your ears to keep things fresh (maybe put the Left side on the right and vice versa).
Really, gather all the spare change you have left around the house, heck, ask your parents, siblings, neighbor, etc. for a few bucks and buy these. If you don't get the HT-21s, I would recommend the Sony MDRZX100 ZX Series Stereo Headphones as a worthy competitor. I went through 3 pairs of those Sony's at the gym over the course of 2-3 years and they're the epitome of a workhorse. The build on the HT-21s are not as good as the Sony ZX100s but dang it, you could probably get two of the HT-21s for the price of just one ZX100s, so it offsets.
I compared the HT-21 to a better "budget" pair of headphones at four times the price: the $60 Creative Aurvana Live.
Efficiency (loudness) was about the same. The Creative Aurvana headphones were more comfortable but not by that much and comfort is also very dependent on individual head size, etc.
The HT-21 clearly lacked the musical detail and stereo separation (sound field imaging) of the Creative Aurvana. The HT-21 lacked the lower part of the bass spectrum compared to the Creative Aurvana. The HT-21 seemed to emphasize the upper midrange (some people actually prefer this -- I do not). There was also more distortion in the midrange with the HT-21. Even so, the HT-21 sound character was mostly neutral and reasonably balanced. Male voices, often a trouble point in both speakers and headphones, stayed fairly realistic, although lacking the greater detail of the Creative Aurvana.
I have not found any headphones under $30 that could match the HT-21. You are much more likely to find better choices in over $40 headphones. However, even at a higher price, you still have to be very selective.