Wich set of in ear from harmin kardon are better for listining to music with a lot of bass the AE or the NI set

  • Asked by Daniel B from Huntington Beach
  • Jul 7, 2012
Harman Kardon Noise-Isolating In-Ear Headphones

Harman Kardon Noise-Isolating In-Ear Headphones

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  • Answer

    From Harman: The in-ear model AE ($149.95) acoustically enhanced headphones isolate noise and are enclosed by a silver-toned aluminum casing for superior acoustic dampening to provide true low-frequency reproduction. The headphones include premium 9mm drivers optimized to work with the metal housing to deliver extended bass response. A three-button remote with a built-in microphone is included, while foam sleeves are offered along with three sizes of silicone sleeves.

    So AE better for bass reproduction.

    • Answered by Marcos D from New York
    • Jul 9, 2012
  • The best IE headphones I have tried - period. The sound is very full compared to others, even more expensive IE's. I have the following IE's and rate them in this order:

    Harmon Kardon AE (best full sound)
    Klipsch 7i (very clear, a little more base would be nice)
    Klipsch 4i (all round great deal for the price)
    Bose IE (good, but not great.... comfortable)
    Etomotic 6i (7yrs old and still kicking)
    Sennheiser CX880 (very tinnie, wouldn't buy again)

    Godspeed
    John

    • Answered by John H from Wendover
    • Dec 31, 2013