It used to be that I hated wearing headphones. Not only were they uncomfortable and looks bulky, but I always felt like the quality of the sound wasn’t up to snuff. Well, that’s no longer the case. I’ve found my kind of headphones.
My New Headphones
The past few days, I’ve been hookin and jivin in Rizal Park with fellow photographers, along the waterfront, sitting beside a makeshift convinience store while still sitting in my own world, and dittybopping around the streets of Asia’s largest urban park with my cameras and the Gang and all my favorite oldies giving me a little extra spring in my steps.
Hed Kandi Discothéque Black
Walking under the sun is not really enjoyable for me but good thing I found my Hed Kandi Discothéque Headphones in my bag and believe me, it felt like I was refreshed after listening to my favorite music while taking a snapshot of kids playing around the park.
Testing with my iPhone 4
Hed Kandi Discotheque is one of the headphones I got that sound awesome, look great, and are very comfortable to wear too. Whether I’m jogging, riding the bus (not to often), or just chill-laxing these things fit the bill. Frankly, I’d been using the earbuds for a while and forgot how nice it is to really be a part of the music or to have it as a part of me.
Great for watching movies on my Macbook
On a side note, my friend says my big head is probably the big reason I never liked headphones before, but these things have adjustable sides for increasing the width to heads of any size. In fact, though, the majority of people I’ve seen wearing these were petite women with heads that looked like they were normal size.
The thing I love about these is the quality of the music. Hed Kandi sounded as good as any headphones I’ve listened to and at about 1/3 of the price of the top end sets. The Black Discotheques are stylish too. Hed Kandi describes these as the ‘Mecca’ of headphones, but luckily you don’t have to go all the way to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to get them. Premium specs, soft touch ear cups, and they come in a wide range of colors to match your wide range of tracksuits.
Hed Kandi Black Discotheques offer 32 ohms and 108 dB of sound through 40 mm drivers using 100 mw of power. Not bad for such a dainty looking headset. I’m just glad I found something that fits my big head but doesn’t look like it comes from WKRP in Cincinnati.
I got this for only Php1,190 and this product is available in following stores:
- Power Mac
- Power Hub
- Mobile 1
- 8 Telecom
- Digital Hub
- Digital Walker
- Beyond The Box