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Maxell Colour Buds

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  • feel ok in the ear
  • Good sound quality
  • (but are eeasy to put back on)
  • White covers can come off
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      30.09.2014 15:28
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      Advantages

      • stereo
      • "long enough wire"
      • "feel ok in the ear"
      • "Good sound quality"

      Disadvantages

      • " (but are eeasy to put back on)"
      • "White covers can come off"

      Listen to your music with maxell power.... (No?? it's not a new super hero..)

      I got these when they were on offer in the local Tesco, (I know..? an offer in Tesco..???), with the intention of using them as a spare, for when my usual ones broke. But when I give them a go I found that they sounded a little better than my usual ones, which meant that my usual ones are now my spares, with these being my usual one.
      These came in a clear enough plastic casing, so you know exactly what colour you're getting, blue, pink, green red and more, so there's plenty of colour choice for you.
      The ear pieces are quite comfortable, even after having them rammed in my ears for a while, and the sound quality is as good as i'd expect from something that costs less than a pint of larger.
      The wire does get tangles up a bit, but as its a good 700mm long it's bound to. It does untangle quite easily so there's no need to take a pair of scissors to it.

      The 3.5mm Jack is a good built and slides into the port without feeling as though it is going to fall apart in my hands. I've had some ear phones that have cost more than these that have fallen apart at the connector, with the wires ripping out or the actual connector breaking free. But these ones manage to hold their own as long as you don't pull them out by the wire of course.

      I do have to say that the white covering that go over the tiny holes does come loose sometimes but not enough to cause me any hassles.
      I supposed that these could be better, although all of the same type could benefit from using a thin softer material around the outsides so that they feel softer in the ear. Hard plastic material can make your ears a little tender after too much pushing in and out

      These cost no more than a fiver, with some places selling them for less than 3 quid, which is good money in any one's books.

      In all, a nice, small, decent set of in ear ear phones that sound good without the large price tag.

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