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Coloud Headphones Review

Posted by on Nov 27, 2012

Coloud Headphones Review

I’ve heard cool things about Coloud headphones! I’ve been geeing out on their Marvel-designed headphones! Their regular design for headphones can’t be ignored too because they are simple yet it has a flashy twist. (Check out the photos below, but read first!)

Design aside, I want to review different Coloud headphones based on their performance too.

 

Packaging

The packaging is quite appealing at a triangular shaped plastic box.  This should give you what the headset in its totallity would look like.  You could choose from a plethora of colors: Green, Pink, Purple, Dark, Light and Bright colors.

 

Audio performance

For its price, it performs okay. I tested it on my iPod and my mobile phone. For someone who likes heavy bass to the point where it squeezes your heartbeat then this is not for you. But for those who want just the right amount of bass, this is okay.

 

Design and Comfort

Did I mention that their design is minimalist with an oomph? A simple gray tone color with a bright pink accent is a great fashion statement for me. Aside from that, both the Boom and the Knock headphones have pretty much a standard stance. I’m not much of a fan of over-the-head headphones so I’d still prefer the ear pieces.

 

Tangle-Free System

This is one feat I like.  They call this the Zound Lasso.   This is to get you to enjoy your music without being annoyed at the cords to puzzle the hell out of you.  It has a flat cord and I don’t know if it has an effect on the quality of the sound but like I said earlier about the audio performance, I’ve heard better… But then again, for the price, it’s decent.  On another thought, this flat cord can be wrapped aorund the Zound Lasso and secured firmly into place with the pliable angled plug.

 

Microphone and Remote

Each pair of the Coloud Headphones also comes equipped with a microphone and remote on the cord for picking up calls.  It works pretty smoothly when I tried it.

Since Christmas is coming, this would be a perfect gift to a techie or a music lover who also has a tack for good design.

 

Three Different Models


The Boom

The Boom is a rough and ready headphone designed to deliver your daily dose of music. Outside noise stays out thanks to the Boom’s closed construction, while minimal parts mean less weight on your head. The Boom’s sturdy frame is crafted to withstand the pressures of everyday listening and the Zound Lasso, together with the flat cable, protects against tangles during transport.

 

 

The Knock

With a robust and streamlined design, Knock is ergo- nomically designed to provide non-stop comfort. It’s an ultra lightweight headphone that’s strong enough to withstand the pressures of everyday listening. It delivers a sound that is clear and distinct and comes with the patent-pending Zound Lasso that holds the flat cable in place, so that your cord won’t get tangled during transport.

 

The Pop

The Pop is a highly durable headphone that’s perfect to bring with you wherever you go. With a direct sound and powerful bass, the Pop eliminates any audio pollution around you, allowing you to focus on your music. The angled ear buds are ergonomi- cally designed to give you a better in-ear fit, and comes with S, M and L replacement caps so that they always sit securely in your ears. Together with the Pop’s flat cord, the Zound Lasso is our solution for a tangle-free life.

 

Coloud Resellers:

Astrovision

Automatic Center

Avant

Beyond The Box

Bratpack

Buzz

Digital Hub

Digital Walker 

Electroworld

iCenter 

iGig

iStore

iStudio

iStudio

Mobile 1

Power Hub 

Technoholics

Urbanathletics

 

Price:

Boom – 1850

Knock – 1450

Pop – 950

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