Published on 13th February 2009 by
Originally Posted by Tim SI've got a Griffin adapter from when I was using the old iPhone - you don't need it any more for the 3G as the headphone socket is no longer recessed.
EDIT: It's different to the one I had, but about the same price and better featured. I should click links before replying :o
Originally Posted by kenco_ukI was going to say, 'awesome' and 'just at the right time'.
How on earth can a £100 pair of earphones be 9/10 for value? It threw the whole roundup out of the window for me, at that point.
Originally Posted by Sifter3000I think you're a bit confused - the £100 hF2s get 8/10 for value, while the *$*100 V-Modas get 9/10 for value...
It’s the Jack Bauer of bass
Originally Posted by kenco_uk How much are the V-Modas in sterling?
Go to www.xe.com/ucc convert $ into £, add 15% vat.. more or less they'd be £100 to buy today.
Originally Posted by kenco_ukIt might sound a bit egotistical, but yeah, I kinda guess that, Tim :)
I don't quite see the correlation for the scoring, is all. Why not just have one rating? Instead of Performance/Value/Overall?
Why give the Bose a value of 4, but rate performance at 6? Particularly when the reviewer mentions the opening to a popular Guns n Roses track sounds like tin foil being crinkled? TBH, a value rating of 4 sounds too kind. What does the performance rating mean? (and I'm asking figuratively, as in 'why is it there?)
Originally Posted by Jipa I can't really tell how bad the Bose sounds, but maybe it just really failed on that particular song and otherwise was still above average. On the other hand "above average" is hardly what you'd expect at that price range. And atleast to me the overall touch of the earphones, headphones, just about anything, is important. Bad cables, cheap connectors... EWWWWWW. Make using both annoying and in some cases unreliable.
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