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As far back as i can remember i always watched movies (who can forget the Beverly Hills Cop, Baywatch and many other blockbusters of the 80's) with gorgeous women running at the beach in their tight gym outfits or bathing suits while listening to their favorite music using the quite famous back then SONY Walkman cassette players. In real life however and more particularly where i live (can't really speak about other places) that trend took almost 3 full decades to get here and so it wasn't until 3-4 years ago that i started seeing people do the same this time however the then classic Walkman has naturally been replaced with smartphones and MP3/4 players. No matter however how many new headsets we see get introduced into the market each day we don't really see anything unique in terms of design and for people who actually want to feel well with themselves while wearing them out in the open design and appearance does play a significant role. So to cater to those needs today we will be taking a closer look at the ET-ARHP300FS-BK Urban Zen Headphones by Eagle Tech.
At EagleTech, it is our mission and inspiration to provide consumer electronic(CE) solutions that will deliver more enjoyable, fulfilling experiences in your life. Our journey began back in 1993 as a leading provider of power supplies, external hard drives, and other PC components to meet the ever growing needs and challenges of PC users. Since those days, we have expanded our technology and expertise to move beyond PC components. Our unique product portfolio has grown to include Bluetooth audio systems, game console, mobile, and tablet accessories – inspired by our passion in technology to create more ways for you to stay connected with the experiences and activities that you love. The growth and expansion of our company has allowed us to see the establishment of the Neptor and Arion brands. These additions to our umbrella enable us to continue delivering consumer-inspired products that to let people share their music, experiences, and lives. Under the Arion series, we created our signature line of audio systems to let you listen and experience the music like never before. When it comes to your digital entertainment, we know it is not just about the sounds, it is about connecting people together with moments you’ll cherish for a lifetime. We give you the power to be moved and inspired by your music, and to embrace all of the wonderful emotions. With our Neptor series, we used this opportunity to bring you a variety of tablet and smart phone accessories to help you stay connected and to make your life on the go much simpler. We strive to give you more ways to share information, communication, and to stay connected wherever you go. We understand there’s more to it than just accessories, it’s about providing a peace of mind and being ready when it truly matters. Here at EagleTech, we constantly challenge ourselves to advance our product design, technology, efficiency, and craftsmanship so that you get the best of what we have to offer. We are driven by more than just excellence and high standards, but by the determination to create fulfilling and positive experiences in your life.
When designing the Urban Zen Headphone line Eagle Tech took a whole different path and focused mostly on their appearance so they hired a well-known designer based in San Francisco (Martin Hsu) to draw specific artwork for each of the 5 available headphones available currently in that line. Specs-wise Eagle Tech decided to use 40mm alnico alloy drivers featuring a frequency response of 20Hz to 20KHz and 105dB sensitivity (+-3dB) with 32Ohm (+-4Ohm) impedance. Now although i think that a 50mm driver would offer a lot more in terms of bass (clarity also) i do understand the size limitations they had to work with and so the specifications list is actually quite good. Specifications however are not the only thing that matters in headphones and sometimes numbers are just that so let's take a closer look and see just how they perform.
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