Pros: Nice design, soft pads, warm mids, moderately punchy bass, actual price
Cons: poor highs, poor soundstage, cheap carrying bag
When I first reviewed these Headphones some time ago in Amazon, I did not yet tried so many BT Headphones.
Somehow I like them more now, specially because their much cheaper price (actually around US$130 on Amazon) makes them among the best if not the best on their price range.
So, yes, they are good. Just, not "very" good.
They are beautiful, I liked their mix of discrete Olive and lively subtle Orange lines.
They sound warm, but somehow a bit dull due to a lack of highs and (I suppose) due to the lack of Aptx (which I am used to).
Beside lacking highs they have a poor soundstage and no matter how much I can EQ them they never sound open and fresh enough to me.
Their bass is good, I would say on pair with the Bose Soundlink On-Ear, maybe a bit more vibrant.
The touch controls are cool but also a pain in the A.
EVERY SINGLE TIME that I wanted to reach the central button to pause the music I finished turning the volume up or down or changing track.
The bag is a joke. Period.
They are comfortable but do not fit tight enough to do much fitness.
They have got NFC but no APTX. If you really need NFC (but, why?) you could have a look to the new Fidelio M2BT. I have them now and they are the best BT Headphone I have ever tried (they also cost more though).
The improvement given by the Dolby App is only while using that App as a music player (which has got no folder browser), and it does not bring the Revo to the level of the Fidelio for soundstage and detail, or of the Bose for freshness and balance.
They have a wonderful orange cable covered in Fabric, with a Mic to use them as Headset also in cable mode. This is, I must admit, a nice point. I really liked the cable :D
Not much more to say.