• 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Was good with I4s, too much base for i5

    • Written by from Twickenham

    Like the bigger brother and in ears B&W seem to enhance the lower tones... This was good for the i4 & i4s but the i5 output has more base, so paired with B&W its too much.

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Just about worth the money

    • Written by from London

    Firstly let me say I am extraordinarily picky about my headphones and I'm a violinist so I do have quite sensitive ears for small details, and I listen to a very wide range of music from bassy tech to classical so I've tested the P3’s for most audiences.

    Form: very comfortable. Rather smaller than I had originally thought, folded up they fit one hand. They undoubtedly look stunning and the build quality is unquestionable. What's more lets face it, they are a great fashion statement, definitely not mainstream like beats (which are wholly overpriced just saying)!

    Sound: My first comment is that they are very very bassy. They're rather quiet and they leak a lot of sound. Would not NOT be suitable in a library even at low volumes. They allow you to hear stunning fine details in the music however and do produce a good sound. This means that they are really nice for high tones (classical music for example).
    Previously I had a pair of £10 in ear headphones which to call stunning is an understatement! Personally, because they fit me perfectly, the sound was directed straight to my ear canals so they were brilliant for me.

    Over all I would say they are very nice but I'm not entirely confident about the price. Perhaps £130 would be more reasonable. And yes I know I'm being very picky about them, but someone has to be.

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