Noontec Zoro Deals

Andrew Williams

By Andrew Williams



April 27, 2012, 1:46 am

i bought these and these are one of the best headphones i have ever used. i compared the sound to a pair of Solo HD's and i thought the sound on the Zoro's was actually better!


April 27, 2012, 2:40 am

I love your reveiws!


August 21, 2012, 9:31 am

Wow, this is a highly biased and largely incorrect review. To call the Noontec Zoro a beats knock-off is paying beats an undue compliment and paying a grave insult to Noontec. Beats headphones are overpriced by a massive margin and the "materials used" can't possibly reflect this because they are the same materials used in much cheaper sets. The chief difference here is that the noontec zoro have good sound quality at a reasonable price whereas the beats headphones have poor sound quality at an absurd price. Beats are the Chivas Regal of headphones - they're no better than their much cheaper counterparts, but because you paid so much more for them you're convinced they must be better.
If you want headphones that sound good, these are an excellent choice. If you want headphones that impress people who know nothing about audio and cause those who actually do to quietly laugh at you, take out a second mortgage on your home and buy beats.


February 14, 2013, 3:43 am

I seem to remember that the Beats headphones nicked the removable ear cable directlt from Bose, But it is Never mentioned..

Colin Mcsperritt

January 14, 2015, 12:46 pm

Yeah I got the Zoros myself. The sound is fantastic. Rivals some of the good expensive Sennheiser and Shure headphones too. Problem: The hinge broke.... I knew that it would be the problem area.

If only they had chosen a full metal hinge and properly connected it... So the plastic split just above it and it slides off the metal frame... not impressed by that! But we have the technology! So I can probably fix it.

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