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This review is from: Klipsch Reference On-Ear Premium Headphone, Black
Pros: I'm no hardcore audiophile but these headphones seem like a great buy to me.
They sound pretty decent listening to mp3's and the youtube app from my phone but the bass there is really lacking. I've tried CD's and lossless audio formats and it's there that they really distinguish themselves from cheapy headphones.
I even tried vinyl through a fancy amp and the bass that they pump out when plugged into my amp makes them sound like a completely different headset than when they're connected to my phone.
I really don't think any headphones will sound better if your sources are not lossless formats.
They for sure cancel outside noise pretty well. I think it's just the right amount of foam and pressure on the ears to achieve this.
My three year old really likes them for some reason. He can't keep his hands off of them. A couple days ago after he played with them I noticed that the metal plug part was totally bent. Awful! I was sure they were broken forever since the cord is not detachable. I bent the metal end of the cord back to straight (relatively) and they still work perfect. So maybe they're pretty durable huh?
Cons: Cord does not detach. The packaging uses a curse word for some reason. Kinda' odd huh? Guess that's the age we live in.
Other Thoughts: My three year old really likes them for some reason. He can't keep his hands off of them. A couple days ago after he played with them I noticed that the metal plug part was totally bent. Awful! I was sure they were broken forever since the cord is not detachable. I bent the metal end of the cord back to straight (relatively) and they still work perfect. So maybe they're pretty durable huh?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The cord detaches from the headphones and are therefore replaceable. Kinda look nice.
Cons: Very light. Feels cheap for sure. Sounds just OK.
Other Thoughts: Purchased on sale for $13.99 not the $75.00 retail price. Woulda felt cheated had I paid that much.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It looks cool and has a lot of great features. Three M.2 ports is awesome. The front panel usb-c is a nice addition as well.
Cons: Not reliable. Gave me tons of trouble and finally just quit altogether. I had a i5 6600k in it that failed. Intel shipped me a new one and then the board failed. I am starting to think maybe the board fried the CPU and then fried itself. Majorly disappointing as I really liked the features and aesthetics of these asrock boards (also have an asrock x99 professional) but they just haven't been reliable. Also one of the advertised features for this board was "Sky OC" which could be used to overclock non K procesors. They went ahead and removed that feature in a BIOS update.Ho apologies, no nothin' just "oh hey we're removing this feature that you may have bought this board for in the first place" Hmm... Suspicious.
Other Thoughts: RMA process could have gone more smoothly and they make you pay to ship their broken board back to them. So I have to buy more thermal paste to mount my cpu on the replacement board as well as pay for one way shipping to asrock. I'll buy a different brand next build.READ FULL REVIEW