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Noontec Zoro Professional Headphones - Silver

by Noontec
182 customer reviews

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  • The wide frequency range combines with a clear frequency response leads to a clean sound (13 ~ 26000Hz)
  • With the impedance of 16ohm and a sensibility of 1kHz/1mW with 108dB the headphones are perfect for the mobile music entertainment
  • The dynamic driver with a 40mm big and high-grade neodymium-magnet speaker reproduces every detail of the music
  • The head band is adjustable and provides a good wearing comfort for every head size. The ear cushions lie softly on your ears and will be comfortable even after wearing them for hours
  • Scope of delivery: Noontec ZORO Professional On-Ear headphones, cable, user manual
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Product Information

Colour Name: silver
Technical Details
BrandNoontec
Item Weight440 g
Product Dimensions22.8 x 18 x 7.6 cm
Item model numberZORO SILVER
SeriesZORO
Colorsilver
Power SourceDC
  
Additional Information
ASINB00EV1MPIY
Best Sellers Rank 37,070 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight440 g
Date First Available29 Aug. 2013
  
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Product Description

Colour Name: silver

Product Description

A clean sound you can´t imagine

The Noontec ZORO Professional headphone is on one level with the most expensive high performance headphones on the market. The attractive as well as high-grade design illustrates the first class sound of them.

He is equipped with soft ear cushions, adapting to every kind of ear. With just 150g the headphones provide you with an excellent wearing comfort, even after hours of hearing. Furthermore, scratches could be avoided because of the piano-finish.

Due to a good cooperation of first class sound and full bass without distortions you can enjoy a dynamic music reproduction with the highest sound experience. In the headphone test we have seen a frequency range between 11 and 22,000Hz, an impedance of 16Ohm and a maximum power of 60mW.

Audio cable covered with TPE-plastic

Coated with a TPE-plastic, the audio cable prevents from twisting and because of the 24K-gold plated jack plug of 3,5mm size it operates on the highest technical level. But here it does not stop: the headphones are equipped with a masterful, 40mm small high-grade neodymium-magnet speaker, which reproduces every detail of the music. The plug with its 24K-gold plating makes reliable connections and audio transmissions possible.

ZORO headphones for music lovers

With the exclusive technology of Noontec and masterfully skills, the ZORO wireless headphone provides you with a reliable and lossless audio performance - giving you every kind of sound. It combines 40mm high-grade neodymium-magnet speakers, a precisely adjustable low frequency audio tuner, a professional OFC audio cable and tested, comfortable ear cushions. This equipment ensures a powerful bass and dynamic music performance.

Practical design

When folded up, the headphones can be carried easily in the supplied bag.

Adjustable and hinged head band

A lovely wearing comfort for every head size due to the flexible and adjustable head band.

Piano-finish

The surface out of a piano-finish let the colour of the headphone shine and, moreover, is robust and consistent in his colour.

Solid because of the steel

To have a durable lifetime of the headphones, the moveable parts are strenghtened with steel.

Flexible ear cushions

The ear cushions adapt to the ears and so improve the low-frequency audio performance. They are even comfortable after hours of hearing.

Skin-friendly material

The breathable and soft material is perfect for your skin and does not lead to irritations even after lengthy use.

These advanced headphones of the global brand Noontec are definitely up-to-date and make our hearts beat faster. A must-have for every music friend, not just because of this incredible price-performance ratio!

Box Contains

headphones
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headphone cable

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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By MattDaddyCool on 15 Feb. 2013
Colour Name: black Verified Purchase
As a Club DJ I have been using Dr Dre Beats headphones for quite a while now, primarily due to their fantastic advertising; if you believe what Gaga, Will.I.Am and friends tell you, you're not a 'proper' DJ unless you use the Beats brand.

The problem with Beats is, you have to be a celebrity to afford them the constant replacements as they snap just above the arm joint. Having recently snapped my second pair of Solo HD's in this way(which seemlingly have the lifespan of a moth), I decided to try a different brand and all the online reviews pointed at Noontec's Zoro headphones. Apparently, they're even owned by the same company that runs Monster (who owns Beats), so they aren't too different in terms of design.

They look like Beats, granted, but they also feel like they have a better build quality. Sound wise, they're clear and crisp. Bass isn't as deep as Beats but then Monster have often been blamed for ruining tracks by enhancing the low sounds and smearing out everything else (I've noted this on several leading Hip-Hop tracks). The bass is loudly present, but Zoro's don't try to drown out everything else with it.

Take away the drowning bass, celebrity endorsement, fancy packaging and padded casing and what you're left with is the Noontec Zoro. These are well up there with the top headphones available right now, and from the dancefloor my clientele will probably think they're Beats anyway. For the price, these are a bargain. Defintley worth the money.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By xcesAudio on 25 Dec. 2012
Colour Name: red
These red Noontec Zoro headphones are beautifully made, great construction, comfort and most importantly superb sound quality. Their sound is balanced and neutral, the highs are crisp and crystal clear, rich mids for clear vocals, and the bass is tight and well responded, without over exaggerating. Of course, if you crave more bass, you can easily do that with EQ on your player, and these behave very well to EQ changes.

These are very easy to drive using a portable player, so they will play relatively louder than most other headphones at the same volume on the player, making these a great portable headphone.

A well made soft pouch is included for traveling. The flat tangle free cable is removable so in case anything happen to it, it can be replaced with any removable 3.5mm cable.

The noise isolation isn't particularly good so you would need to crank up the volume in a louder environment such as plane or tube, but for office use or quieter surroundings these are perfect. The grip on the head is not overly tight making these comfortable to wear, the soft ear pad is very nice and comfy.

At less than £50, these are a fantastic pair of great looking headphone that sound even better than it looks. For me these headphone's audio performance is a great leap ahead of the Beats Solo HD, what's better is that the Noontec is priced very reasonably.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By temptoscore on 24 Sept. 2012
Colour Name: black Verified Purchase
Arrived very quickly. Honestly I was really surprised at how amazing these headphones sounded. Great build quality and comfortable to wear even after hours of listening. I'm a producer and composer who own a massive collection of high-end studio headphones, 3 sets of expensive studio monitors and DAC/audio interface for professional use, I always care to have great audio. Though these may not be my goto headphone for mixing, they are certainly Hugh quality headphones for pure music enjoyment as the Zoro is very 'fun' sounding headphone.

The sound of these really is very fantastic for the price. Very natural sounding, the bass response is impressive without being muddy and exaggerated. The mid and highs are all very clear. Soundstage is not as big as some more open over the ear headphones and in my opinion not ideal for classical or film soundtrack where a big soundstage is prefered, but the Zoro is great at pretty much every other genre, pop/rock/hip hop/dubstep/R n B you name it. If you want even more bass, you can use EQ on your player or better using bass boost function on your headphone amp.

Sound isolation could be a little better but for an on ear headphones its not bad at all. Also once the music starts playing, you won't be able to hear the surrounding so there's no issue.

Don't just take my words though, there are already a lot of great review from very reputable source for these newcomers. Already raved about in the US I'm certain that these will become very popular with time.

Overall great sounding headphone that looks great at a bargain prices.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Harry Phillips on 13 Jun. 2013
Colour Name: black
These headphones are very good. I am a college student and use them for Music on the bus, In the cafe and at home while watching YouTube. £40 is the highlight of this set of headphones. I have owned Beats by Dre Solo HD cans for two years and decided to update. The Dre's are beaten in all aspects, Build, Sound and looks. The Zoro's smash the beats when it comes to the high's and mid's, There are very, very crisp and clear. The Zoro's only flaw with sound is the bass and even that is very minor. The bass isn't as pronounced as the beats but this isn't necessarily a bad thing. The bass is clearly there, it just isn't overpowering and allows room for more crisp high hats and synths.

The Good:

-Sound quality is stunning, providing crisp highs and clear mids also with great bass. Comparable to £150-£200 headphone models
-Build quality is perfect, it matches the Dre beats in all aspects and they also provide sturdy hinges
-The look is very nice! They look very similar to Beats but not too similar to be considered a knock-off
-Comfortable. I will usually wear headphones up to around 2-3 hours and I have not experienced any discomfort.

The Bad:

-The cable can be a bit fiddly sometimes as it uses the flat design. Also there isnt an on-cable control supplied but you can buy this if needed/preferred
-Bass isn't as prominent but if your using, say an iPhone/iPod/iPad you can assign the EQ to Bass Booster and get some extra bass from these cans!

Overall:

These headphones are a fantastic buy and I recommend them to anyone who doesn't want to spend over a hundred on studio quality headphones but still want to get a brilliant sounding experience. The £40 just makes these headphones more appealing. If you have a little bit more to spend, I recommend Noontec Zoro HD's, the HD version of these headphones which provide more bass than these versions and only for £70.
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