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Great set of buds, although a bit upscale on the price.

A Review On: Monster Turbine Pro Copper In-Ear Headphones

Monster Turbine Pro Copper In-Ear Headphones

Rated # 13 in Universal Fit
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Price paid: $200.00
IanPadilla
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 - A bit expensive for in-ears that don't have a detachable cable, although it comes with a lifetime warranty which is what you pay extra for.

 

- SQ is great for the music i listen to. (Hip-hop, progressive rock, r&b, pop, house, dubstep)

 

Highs are very sharp and clear and offer no sibilance at all.

Mids are smooth.

Precise bass, including sub-bass and mid-bass.

 

- The design on the MTPC is great. Very modern, chrome finish and eye-catching.

 

- The included ear-buds offered me less than average comfort. Only two pairs of tips out of the dozens of tips included in the box. I set out to buy a set of t-400 comply tips and im currently happy with the comfort.

 

- Isolation is great, use it in the train everyday when going to work. Blocks out 100% of ambient noise. (Maybe that's because I listen to them at about 75% volume on my ipod touch.)

 

Overall, if you can get these for under $280 then they are very worth it. Great SQ, design, and durability. Included ear-tips did not fit my ears but that is just me. Everyone's ears are different. 

 

1 Comment:

i own these. Do not like them at all. Build quality sucks ive had both sides strain relief break. They still work but on borrowed time. Highs are ok but bass severly lacks weight and has no authority at all. Very painful to wear for me. Hurts after short period of time. Not worth the money at all very iver priced. My klipsch r6 blows these away.
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