Monster NCredible NErgy In-Ear Headphones (Black, Multilingual)
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- Pure Monster sound
- Super comfortable
- Snaps together for neck wear style
- In-Line controls for cell calls
- Tangle-free cables
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Monster High-Performance In-Ear Headphones. Put on a pair of N-ERGY in ears and feel your music with the punch of Pure Monster Sound. Take and make crystal-clear calls using in-line mic and controls, best of all, the N-ERGY in-ears come together with a magnetic snap that can be connected around the neck, Now the party goes where you go from Monster. Affordable Luxury at its best N-ERGY. Available in black colour.
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- Great sound. I am sure there are higher quality headphones made by Monster, but compared to other companies that make headphones in this price range (that I have tried) these are hands down the best
- Rubber earplugs stay on! I have gone through pair after pair that kept loosing those damn little rubber plug thingys. It drives me insane. These ones stay on even though I am constantly pulling them in and out of my pocket
- Great Cables that are thin and don't snag / stick to everything they tough. I have used others where I felt like if they even got close to something just seemed to stick and pull them out of my ears. These are thing, smooth and durable
- Work for Phone Calls. I use mine on my Android phone everyday. They are not specifically designed for it, or call it out in the specs I have noticed. Microphone works great, better than others that spec they are phone capable.
- Great Customer Service. They offered to replace my pair that I broke without a problem. And honestly, I broke them by running past something and they snagged. It wasn't a question of the cables being weak.
- Phone calls are great as I said, only odd thing is every now and then on a random phone call, I get these occasional noises that cut through. It is random and doesn't happen often, but I would say it happens on 1 out of 50 calls, maybe 1 out of 100
- Weight: I do have to say these do weigh a bit more in your ear. But, its still 100% comfortable. And because it is designed well, they don't fall out any more often than other brands I have tried.
I highly recommend these headphones. I wouldn't let the con's I listed leave a bad taste in your mouth. For the price they are awesome and I love them. You will be very happy with these, and they will out last other pairs. With the added benefit saving extra cash in the long run because you don't have to buy new rubber pieces (like you do with other brands).
You can get decent skull candies full 1/3 the price, so if you're looking for nice earbuds for a good price go that route.
If you're looking for premium ear buds and don't wanna pay for beats, buy these.
The N-ergy headphones offer great sound. I think a lot of people that complain about them not fitting aren't attaching the correct size tip. I think the ones complaining about no bass aren't putting them in right or turning them up loud enough. Also, a lot of audiophiles complain they aren't as good as other $150-200 earphones. They don't cost nearly that much, so there's no point to that comparison. I have a great pair of $30 Sonys, and after wearing these, I can tell the clarity the Sonys are missing now. The Sonys also have bass, but they lack the N-ergy's highs, and the clarity throughout the range is impressive. I've also tried many of my wife's Skull Candy in-ear earphones, from the cheap ones to the $60 ones. They may have great bass for what they are, but none go below 20hz, where cheap $10 Sonys can reach down to 8hz. None of Monster's lines show the frequency range, but I'd say they're comparable to Sony, possibly matching a few reaching down to 5hz.
My running is the main reason I'm trading them in, by the way. There's a large Ncredible "medallion" where the wire splits into left and right channels. Right off the bat, I knew it there for another showy teenage status symbol, when a logo like the "b" on beats in-ear headphones are advertisement enough. When running though, the medallion logo bounced against my chest. Quite frankly, I don't want to be reminded that I'm wearing headphones. They should be fine for anyone sedentary, but active people may want to keep that in mind. A few reviews complain that the housing is plastic, though the Urbeats are made of metal. The plastic seems very sturdy, so I don't see that as an issue.
I started off trying to debate a few other review parts, but there is one that I wholeheartedly agree with. The box had a lot of thought put into it. The box takes about 5x more space than is necessary to package these things, there's a magnet to hold the cover down and several layers of nifty plastic housing. I agree with the others that a smaller, less showy box could have saved money to go toward a pouch or a small case to keep for the life of the headphones. Also note, the magnets in the caps to hold them together are a cute gimmick to keep your hands free when you're taking a listen break to talk to whoever, but it's annoying to pull them apart when they're on the desk and I'm ready for a run. But again, I'm trading up for the slightly more expensive Urbeats (made by the same company) for the same sound without the medallion for a little less advertisement.
If this sounds like you the "N-ergy" in ear headphones by Monster might be for you.
The first thing of notice is how great the packaging for these headphones are,but let's be real,though it may make you more confident in your purchase it really does nothing to ensure great sound.
So how do they sound?
The bass is toned down heavily,the mids are sparse and the highs are very crispy,and at times a bit tinny. They have great clarity but I do wish their was more warmth that decent mids offer. The past two sets of ear buds I purchased were either too bass-e or nothing but mid-range all the way. Neither is a desirable sound to me and with the N-ergy buds I find myself now on the opposite end of the spectrum but with a bit more balance overall. Yes,you will sacrifice mids and bass,but I still say these are better than about any 10-15 dollar pair you're going to find. Are they worth the asking price?
To me that's the hardest part about it. I'm not that old but I remember a time when you could find a decent pair of headphones for 25 dollars and be satisfied without leaving a lot to be desired. With that said it seems like the headphone market as a whole to me at least,is dramatically overpriced straight across the board.
So for the price these are decent,but you could probably still find a diamond in the rough for quiet a bit cheaper.
If you're like me you like your music loud,and I mean loud. With that being said I use a Boostaroo regularly when listening to music. If you don't know what a Boostaroo is,in short it increases the sound of any device by a considerable margarine.
So how do these earbuds hold up with the Boostaroo?
It dramaticly increases the "tinny" aspect to these headphones but doesn't begin to distort out until,or unless a heavy bass drum is involved,but holds up much better than a few other buds I've tried.
I've owned these for 6 months now and they are still my favorite ear buds. Still perform exceptionally well.