Phiaton PS 20 NC - Auriculares de botón (control remoto integrado, reducción de ruido), negro
Descripción del producto
3.5 mm connector: Si
Auriculares adicionales: Si
Auriculares de tipo Intraural: Auriculares
Color del producto: Negro
Control de volumen: Digital
Efecto de cancelación de ruido: Si
Enchufe para avión: Si
Frecuencia de auricular: 15 - 22000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1,5 m
Manual de usuario: Si
Marca compatible: Universal
Obstrucción: 26 Ω
Potencia máxima de entrada: 30 mW
Sensibilidad de auricular: 101 dB
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Opiniones de clientes
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The 1st pair did not noise cancel. When noise cancel was turned on everything was muted, including what I was playing. Amazon sent me another pair (Love Amazon). The new pair only reduces the ambient noise slightly, I would've preferred more. A lot more. The PS 20 has a button that allows you to stop the noise cancelling instead of turning it off, a nice feature, but when you press the button the ambient noise is projected through he headphones. If it just paused the Noise cancelling and allowed me to listen instead of playing my music and surroundings.
I have had worse so I can't say I hate them but I am giving it 1 star. Even though the sound quality isn't bad, the distribution of the weight, the frail cords, and the option to listen to everyone around you talk while someone tries to drown them out with music, makes this an option to be avoided
They are currently selling for $70 and I've seen prices around $100 in other places. For this price, I would carefully examine all other options first.
When evaluating these headphones, I am keeping in mind that these are in-ear headphones and comparing to other similar models that I've used. There is no point, IMHO, to compare these to over the ear, "bigger" headphones.
* sound quality is good. Not great even comparing to other in-ear models that I've used. Highs and Mids are above average, and bass is a little flat. The do extremely well in acoustic music and even 'light' rock but they kind of fall short in dance music (which I use a lot for workout) and rock. Still - a very good package in terms of sound quality.
* noise cancelling is a plus, though it is not such a big thing when using in-ear headphone because they typically block a lot of the environment sound anyway. I have a travel planned soon and I will comment here after trying them on a plane (which is one of the main reasons I got them)
* very comfortable in my ears. They also fit very snugly and I will try them in the gym and comment here too.
* include many extras like replacement ear pieces, ince carry case and a splitter. Battery is included too. I recommend getting a CurvyMan though. They are just great
* use standard AAA batteries. This is good because those are available pretty much everywhere you go all over the world.
* These headphones have a "piano black" finish with gold trim. Geez!
* they don't look that sturdy. These headphones don't look like they were built for abuse. Maybe they are - they just don't look like it.
* the battery compartment is a little heavy (well, it weighs like an AAA battery - duh) so might be an issue during sport. There's a clip to attach the compartment so it doesn't dangle around - i'll have to try this.
Bottom line: These are above your average headphones that come with most MP3 players or phones, but there are other options at their price point to consider and it looks like these are not the prefect one for sports too.