The Philips O’Neill SHO2200 Tread delivers exactly what it promises – a bulletproof construction that puts most earphones – no matter the price – to shame.
The sound of these is easily worth the price of admission.
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With dozens of wooden earphones on the market, Fischer Audio’s FA-977 Jazz stands out mostly with its sound signature, combining a fairly large soundstage with intimate, forward mids and hard-hitting but not overbearing bass response.
It would seem that the midbass-heavy balance of the Jamz should appeal to the non-audiophile much in the same way the ever-popular Sennheiser CX300 does – the Jamz are not nearly as aggressive as the Beats by Dr Dre Tour and not as bright or tinny as the Lil’ Jamz.
The H2O Audio Surge follows its intended application through and through.
The RadioPaq Classical provides a colder, more treble-happy alternative to the warm and deep sound of the RadioPaq Jazz
The Monster Lil’ Jamz are not a low-budget version of the Monster Turbine earphones, offering instead a heavily colored, sparkly sound signature