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Good Accompany

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Pros: Small, Lightweight, Very Practical Music Player, Compatible with In-Line Music Control on your headphone

Cons: Need UI Improvement, Edgy Design, Not Supporting Higher Resolution Files, No USB DAC Output Possible

Been a long time since the last time I bought a device which specifically use for playing music. I remember having a usb stick mp3 player that I loved long time ago. I broke the thing then I start to use my phone as a music player ever since. Take note that I never have or even tried any expensive DAP (such as AK's line of DAP). I have my Ipod Shuffle but I stopped using it because it cannot play FLAC and I hate using iTunes to transfer files, so annoying, but I personally love the Ipod Shuffle sound signature and everything (except that you can only shuffle song and nothing else).    I got my phone (Sony Xperia Z1 Compact) broken on the 3.5mm jack so whenever I move around...
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Warm Sounding Headphone with Vocal Approach, Good for Casual Listening

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Pros: Soft & Smooth Sound, Non-Aggressive Bass & Trebles, Warm Sounding with Emphasize in Vocals

Cons: Lacks of features, Cable too Short, Not Travel Friendly, Underwhelming Trebles, Non Replaceable Parts, Uncomfortable, Plasticky Build

Disclaimer (MUST READ): First of all, I don’t own the headphone. I am a part of Pro-Ject Hearing Tour and I would like to say thank you to Felix for lending me this headphone (Sending it all the way from Europe to Indonesia) I am thrilled to be a part of it. For the dearest reader, audio reviewing is something which is happen to be very subjective to the sound preference of every each person, so that the experience might be different one to another, and as a reviewer I would highly recommend people to audition headphones (at least once) before make any final decision or opinion. And as I create this review, I am honestly try to express what I have experienced with Hear It One headphone,...
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Nice headphone Indeed

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Pros: Lightweight, Durable Build Material, Smooth Bass (as in the taglines), Nice Comfort, Crisp Sound

Cons: Unnecessarily long cable, Not Enough Clamping Force (for me), Sound-staging Not as Much as Expected.

This is my first circumaural over-the-ear headphone. I've own it for almost a year by now, and I am pretty much delighted with the sound quality, pretty reasonable with the price ($80). I love this headphone.   Build Quality and Comfort This headphone made with a polycarbonate material like, it is unexpectedly durable. I don't have any issue with any clacking part when I am moving around or shaking my head, it is very well made. This headphone even-tough big, it is lightweight. No issue with longer listening time.   This headphone comes with a leather-like material, well padded. It's kinda shallow in my ears so the drivers would touch the ears, not really comfort for...
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