- Page 1 Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 Review
- Page 2 Fit, Sound Quality and Verdict Review
Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 Fit
Whilst the Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 headphones certainly look the part, unfortunately they are far from the most comfortable in-ear audio providers on the market.
Although the Ferrari branded earbuds are, despite their size, light enough to avoid unwanted weight-related tugging, the oversized nature of the headphones mean the bodies overpower the stubby tips, causing the leather wrapped, vertically aligned cable connection to rub on your earlobe.
Creating an uncomfortable, irritable fit, this can be easily counteracted by utilising the triple flange silicone tips provide. Sadly, however, this has a hugely negative effect on the audio performance creating a lose-lose catch 22 situation.
Despite this slightly irksome comfort issue, the Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 in-ear headphones do an admirable jump at living up to their noise isolation billing, creating a perfect seal and removing all background noise leaving you free to enjoy your music in peace. What’s more, as well as keeping background noise out, the Ferrari buds keep your tunes in with little leakage even when hitting the highest volume settings.
Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 Sound Quality
Where you would arguably expect a pair of high-end headphones to come into their own, sound quality, the Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150s fall on somewhat patchy ground. There is no denying that the T150s sound good, but the question as to whether they sound good enough to justify their sizeable price tag is a difficult one.
Thanks to the 10mm TFAT drivers the Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 in-ear headphones do indeed offer full, warming bass, whilst the broad soundstage ensures both bass rich notes and lighter acoustic twangs are easily distinguishable and accomplished on the same tracks.
It is these lower and mid-range tones, however, where the T150s come slightly unstuck. Whilst bass rich tracks feel warm, well-rounded and full off a complete, balanced soundstage, when tackling acoustic led songs, the Ferrari buds produce unnecessarily sharp and aggressively abrupt results.
Removing the expected, normal tail off of notes, the Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150’s low-end sounds are cut short, with punchy tones axed before their natural conclusion, an effect that can give a slightly jilted, hollow and far from smooth flowing audio experience.
Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 Verdict
Whilst there is an argument to be made that the Logic3 Ferrari Cavallino T150 in-ear headphones are a classic case of style over substance, in truth these largely impressive in-ear headphones are in fact let down by only a few, small, niggling issues. These minor oversights, however, are further emphasized by the earbud’s hefty price tag, a figure that has undoubtedly been exaggerated by the presence of that iconic Ferrari logo.
With a largely impressive audio performance and a selection of accessories and features that will help attune the T150s to all user wants and needs, there is no denying that these Ferrari adorned buds are strong on both style and substance fronts; if only they were a little cheaper.
Score in detail
Design & Features 8
Sound Quality 8
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