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Edifier Hi-Fi Stereo Headphone H180 In the successful launch of the first earphone and cause...

Edifier Hi-Fi Stereo Headphone (H180 Black)

  • Edifier Hi-Fi Stereo Headphone H180

    In the successful launch of the first earphone and cause earphone fanatical pursuit enthusiasts, Edifier did not stop progress, re-launched heavyweight earphone - H180, this ear style earphone swept away the image of H series, joined the elements of fashion. More importantly, it inherits the H series has always been the superior sound quality earbuds, much better than the predecessors. Treble is not harsh, low frequency is not muddy, and bass makes you feel a little hard to believe this is only a earbuds earphone. The output level of digital products is low, H180 made a specific optimization, the advantages of high sensitivity can be easy to drive.


    - Copper clad aluminum wire voice coil
    - 5 -micron ultra-thin diaphragm, the sound reproduction in every detail
    - Unique design of pilot hole, so the sound is more mellow and smooth
    - Humanity tail pipe design, suitable ear, more comfortable wear
    - Anodized laser engraving process, so that cooler more compelling headset


    - Headphone Sensitivity: 100dB
    - Frequency response: 20Hz-20000Hz
    - Impedance: 32ohm
    - Maximum input power: 10mW
    - Cord length: 1.2m
    - Plug: 3.5mm stereo straight plug

Recent Reviews

  1. sharonbava
    The best earbud you can get for under $20 IMHO. Sound very similar to some Grado over ear headphones.
    Written by sharonbava
    Published May 21, 2015
    Pros - The best bass on an earbud I have heard till date. Excellent natural mids and sparkly highs.
    Cons - None
    Dont let these tiny guys disappoint you by looks. Plug them in and you wont believe your ears. These are that good, It sounds like large over ear headphones. I have owned many earbuds like Sennheiser
    MX-170, MX-270, MX-580, Tingo TG-38s and for IEMS I have owned TTPOD T1e, JVC HA-FXT90, Sony XB90ex and Yamaha EPH-100 and believe me these tiny earbuds blow all of them out of the water. You can hear the bass rumble like on Sony XB90ex, but with less quantity. The mids are Euphonic and Highs are above average. The best part is the instrument separation and soundstage, best of them all. You can hear every instruments like jigsaws falling in to places all with a great 3D imaging. Overall excellent value for money and average build quality.
    1. Sk1ll3tfan
      interesting, I'll consider trying these out sometime
      Sk1ll3tfan, May 22, 2015
  2. totsukasword
    Little Grado
    Written by totsukasword
    Published Apr 28, 2013
    Pros - sound signature likely almost similar with grado
    Cons - its earbud, some people call it bloated bass
    very good bass, deep bass, but maybe due to some people that love vocal its a bit bloated, but to basshead this item won't dissappointed you. the detail is superb while you can have your "true" bass come out in every respect. Dam dung bugh the sound of guitar bass and bass drum is indeed in here, "true" bass to me


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