Poor build quality and average sound response make these in-ear headphones a questionable purchase, even at the sale price.
I foolishly recommended these to a friend. I had previously bought a pair of Denon and was pleased with the sound quality. Admittedly those headphones costed a lot more but I didn't expect these to feel and sound like a pair of 15 quid headphones. We both purchased our Denon AH-C560R headphones at the same time. His failed 3 times, mine malfunctioned once. They sound only slightly more impressive than white iPhone headphones- actually I wouldn't be able to reliably tell which were the poorer in terms of sound quality. Bass is responsive but stodgy and… Read more
This material sounds like a bunch of tables eating your legs off and laughing in odd, gloopy voices, or broken glass turning up to meet your folks instead of your new girlfriend, naturally you all hit it off really well and put the new Wolfeyes album on and every one cries and sweats black vomit. Three years later you get married to Ms Brokenglass and never listen to this evil album ever again.
Back in '93 Kraftwerk had taken a lengthy hiatus, a follow up album to Electric Cafe was nowhere in sight. Famous for shunning the lime light and refusing offers to perform, they found themselves starved of cash. Then in the Autumn of that year they were offered a lucrative deal through Rave-Hammer Communications, the concept was to produce a software package, that would be intuitive and easy to grasp. They successfully produced a sequencing programme similar to Q-Base, a simple interface that utilised banks of "classic" Kraftwerk loops and drum patterns. This was shipped with the blue-chrome Krave-Station, a module that stored over 200 Kraftwerk vocal samples, 500 synth washes and over… Read more