ClarityOne Earbuds specs

Andrew Williams

By Andrew Williams

Reviewed:

Key Features

  • 7.6mm neodymium driver
  • "PureSound processor"
  • Carry case
  • S/M/L rubber tips
  • Manufacturer: PureSound Technologies
  • Review Price: £114.00
specs
Quick Glance
Type Ear Buds
Frequency Range 15 - 20,000Hz
Remote Control Yes
Noise Cancelling No
Wireless No
Features
Type Ear Buds
Number of Drivers 1
Frequency Range 15 - 20,000Hz
Wireless No
Noise Cancelling No
Microphone Yes
Inline Volume No
Modular Cabling No
Remote Control Yes

higherma

February 26, 2013, 7:23 pm

Nice
headphones, but you had better hope they don't break during the first 12 months
as ClarityOne does not seem to want to honour their own warranty. Been trying
for two weeks to get a response. Very Poor show ClarityOne. :-(

Sean William Wallace Morison

March 12, 2013, 4:13 pm

I have had no breakages so far, but these headphone are simply the best headphones I have ever listened to. They have the cleanest, most accurate sound in any headphones. Yes, they do have a harsh fizzy treble...until they burn in. Who ever reviewed these simply used them like Beats or something, which are such horrible headphones that they don't need to develop their sound, they just have the muffled booming bass. These are not Beats, they don't have the booming bass and that should not be a negative against it. These phones just need a good burn in period and the sound will come out.

Stephen

June 8, 2013, 9:39 pm

I have these headphones and love them. The only complaint I have is there is no volume control. The sound is better then my previous earbuds which were Beats. I have been seeing so much hype online over these recently with this celebrity and that celebrity, but these really also have the balls to bak up the fluff. Vey happy with my purchase.

Tim

August 3, 2013, 4:16 am

I purchased a warrantied model that has been previously repaired by the manufacturer for $60. I got the exact same problem in this review, being that the outer shielding came out at the exact same spot on the junction. My solution was to put a generous amount of epoxy on all the areas where the shielding goes into the plastic junction, make sure it's in a decent shape, then let it set. That way it's pretty much indestructible, and after I stretched some black heat shrink tubing over the jack and heat it over the entire junction.

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