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Just pull the earpads off like on most of other headphones.
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Noontec Headphone sale at Tanga _ Free shipping

Noontec Zoro HD True Sound Headphones $57.99
Noontec Zoro Wireless Stereo Headphones $89.99
Noontec Zoro Stereo Headphones $49.99 
www.tanga.com/deals/zoro-headphones-fp  Great thread on these Beats beaters here, http://www.head-fi.org/t/616365/noontec-zoro Nice Noontec Hd review by Head-fier potterpastor on Youtube  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6bQtnjA5MA&app=desktop

 
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Just wondering if anyone has heard - or had a chance to listen to - the newer version of the Zoros - the Zoro II? With, supposedly, an improved driver?

 

My original Zoro's are fabulous.  But after a year of frequent use and folding, one of the plastic hinges just broke.  I'm considering getting another - but wondering whether the HD's are really an improvement? and equally whether the newest Zoro - the II - is a step up....or just marketing hype?

 

Cheers!

 

Miguel

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How would these headphones handle running? Would they sit comfortably on the head or would they fall off? 

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Originally Posted by Firmestpiano View Post

How would these headphones handle running? Would they sit comfortably on the head or would they fall off? 

I wouldnt recommend them for running. They dont clamp very much. And i tried a few times running to catch the bus, they thankfully havent fallen off but they shuffle a lot during that time i had to keep adjusting them while catching the bus.

Id say they are somewhat passable for weight lifting. As long as your not changing positions too suddenly
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I wouldnt recommend them for running. They dont clamp very much. And i tried a few times running to catch the bus, they thankfully havent fallen off but they shuffle a lot during that time i had to keep adjusting them while catching the bus.

Id say they are somewhat passable for weight lifting. As long as your not changing positions too suddenly

That's what I'm afraid of. Seen some people saying they are ok but not perfect for it, might be that it depends on head size and fit. Might just have to take a chance and see how it goes, the price is just too damn appealing. 

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