Enhanced Bass Hi-Fi Noise Isolating Earphones - Black
    Product # 9927
    Enhanced Bass Hi-Fi Noise Isolating Earphones - Black
    Product # 9927
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    Enhanced Bass Hi-Fi Noise Isolating Earphones - Black

    With its stylish design, these Monoprice earphones will prompt complete strangers to ask you where you got them, but you won't hear a word they say as you rock on down the highway!

    Made with a noise-isolating design and producing clear and solid sound, these earphone are a great way to enjoy your favorite music from your iPod or other portable music device. They fit comfortably into the ears and produce solid bass notes and clear midrange tones, both normally a weakness in earphones, thanks to the large 14.2 mm driver unit. The package includes three different sized pairs of silicone earbuds, for a better, more comfortable fit.

    The 48" cord terminates in a gold-plated 3.5 mm stereo plug, which connects to most popular music devices and phones, with better connectivity and corrosion resistance than the more common nickel and tin-plated connectors.

    The end result is a pair of earphones that are made for the rigors of daily use from the music fan on the go! Amazing sound clarity, hard-rocking bass, and durability. Who could ask for more?

    What? You want Aerosmith to play at your birthday party? OK, you CAN ask for more!

    Note: For best results these earphones should be broken in by playing pink noise through them for about 24 hours. The difference in sound quality before and after the pink noise break-in period can be quite dramatic.

    Model Number 9927
    Driver Unit 14.2 mm
    Impedance 32 ohms
    Sensitivity 96 +/- 3 dB / 1mW (S.P. L at 1 k Hz)
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    Rated Power 3mW
    Maximum Power 10mW
    Maximum Voltage 1.23V
    Cord Length 48" (1225 mm)
    Ported? Yes

    476 Reviews

    80.02% of the reviewers recommend this product



    • Anonymous,
    •  Fredericton, NB 
    • 1/13/2016 8:58:43 AM

    Pros: Woven cladding on cabling - should make it a little more durable. Price.

    Cons: Didn't really notice the enhanced part of the bass.

    For enhanced bass, I didn't really notice it. For the price, they're OK, but not brilliant. A little disappointed. For the extra money, the Monoprice Hi-Fi on the Ear Headphones are a much better buy.

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    Very poor fit..

    • Anonymous,
    • 1/8/2016 6:36:00 AM

    Pros: None.

    Cons: Won't stay in ears, uncomfortable...

    Maybe it's just me, but these are the worst fitting earbuds that I've ever purchased. They don't stay in my ears very well, and when they do, my ear starts to hurt after a little while.

    Other people have liked this product, so maybe it's just me. I definitely won't purchase again. No I only wish I hadn't ordered multiple pairs.

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    Excellent Earbuds

    • Xavier Raya de Zarate,
    •  El Cerrito, CA 
    • 12/26/2015 5:51:22 AM

    Pros: broad spectrum, upright bass clean sound, distinct drums, clear brass. I like braided lines, they are more resilient

    Listening to 50's jazz music has been excellent experience

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    Great headphones and even better price

    • Neal Gupta,
    •  Winnipeg, MB 
    • 12/15/2015 7:15:00 AM

    Pros: Great price, great quality.

    Cons: None

    I was looking for a another set of headphones for work and decided to try these out. They are great quality and for the price one of the best decisions I've made. I'll definitely order another set when these die.

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    Good Build, Meh Sound, Bad Comfort

    • Anonymous,
    •  ,  
    • 12/13/2015 8:01:06 AM

    Pros: - Good cables, braided and don't make too much noise when bouncing on your clothes.
    - Good build quality, though the casing is not metal, it is still very sturdy and hurts when you swing them at your friend.

    Cons: - The sound could be improved. Seriously, the box says "enhanced bass", but they're really not.
    - The earphones actually hurt. I understand that their selling feature is the big sound driver for better bass, but according to my comfort they prove the sound and comfort qualities to be lower than one would expect.

    When I first got this product, I was really excited to get my hands on it, considering I had to wait almost a week or two for it deliver. Then once I took them out of the box and tried them on, they dropped my expectations dramatically. At first, I had expected that the earphones would fit super snug, but they didn't. In fact, they were a little too large (and I have the average adult ear size).

    For the sound, they surprised me even more. According to the box, it says that it has enhanced bass and it's noise isolating - when I played different genres to actually test the audible frequency ranges of the drivers. But most frequencies were really good, EXCEPT for the "enhanced" bass. I don't know if it's just me or "enhanced" means less bass. For all of my devices - desktop, laptop, and phone - I had to make adjustments to the bass frequencies myself because the earphones alone don't quite make for the best out-of-the-box experience.

    Relating this to the sound quality, the cones were not as comforting as some of the others, like from PID 12237, the canal seemed to be thicker, which made it a lot harder to mold itself into my ear canal - lowering the quality of the bass and noise isolation feature. As for the actual earphones itself, the casing of the driver was not a really good choice of design. Where it had those spokes accents, they were kind of poking my ear. Because there was no specified way to properly wear the earphones, I had to try different positions that would make it fit the most and not fall off by slight tugs. So I had to wear it with the fin (where the cable if connected) at the top of my outer ear and wrapped the cable around the whole ear.

    To be honest, I'm thinking that I got a defective product.

    Do you ever check the quality of the drivers? Like, make charts of it frequencies?

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