The hf2 is a high-fidelity, hands-free noise-isolating headset and earphones combination. But it's...

Etymotic Research HF2 Earphones / Headset (iPhone Compatible) - Ruby

  • The hf2 is a high-fidelity, hands-free noise-isolating headset and earphones combination. But it's really much, much more than that. The hf2 provides a near-perfect music experience. Made by Etymotic Research, the people who created in-ear earphones, the hf2 delivers Etymotic's world-renowned sound quality in a comfortable, convenient wireless phone headset, so you'll never miss a call! Headset includes a high-sensitivity microphone and a Music/Call button that allows you to quickly answer calls while contolling your music. You'll be able to hear and be heard, clearly, even in a noisy environment. The hf2 includes the in-ear headset and earphones, assorted eartips so you can find the ones that fit you best, carry pouch and filter changing tool with filters.Works with iPhone and other music phones that operate with a 3.5 mm/4-contact phone + stereo plug. Compatible with most music players (e.g., iPod, mp3, CD) that accept a 3.5 mm stereo plug. hf2 headset + earphones can be worn with the cables in front or in back of the head. The cable slider can be adjusted by moving it up or down for a snug fit.

Recent Reviews

  1. ashinyforehead
    Great Bang For your Buck
    Written by ashinyforehead
    Published Jul 19, 2011
    Pros - Highs, Treble, Comfort,
    Cons - A little lack of bass, but its good for me and I like bass
    I love these earphones!  They are amazing.  For the price of $100, you can't be any more happier.  Some people may say these earphones don't have too much bass.  But personally, I like the amount of bass in these.  There is enough that will satisfy you.  Trust me.  
    One negative is the nozzle.  It is pretty thin.  It seems like it might just snap if you pull off an ear tip a little too hard.  But all you need to do is just be careful and you're good.
    Get these!
  2. jasonbishop73
    Getting your money's worth
    Written by jasonbishop73
    Published Sep 4, 2010
    Pros - amazing sound
    Cons - needs to be rma'd once every 6 months
    Great sound but they sometimes tend to blow out for no reason after a few months.
    1. scrypt
      Jason, you've never looked lovelier.
      If one of your earbuds goes dumb, that generally means you have to change the filter. This can happen after a few months -- especially with your first pair. After that, filters tend to last longer (as I've found after a decade of using Etymotic earphones here in the antique vocabulary section of the Munchausen Seniors' Grimnasium).
      scrypt, Dec 16, 2011


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