Today I am going to review a pair of headphones from a company called Edifier a small national company established in Beijing, China in May 1996 that initially focused within the China domestic market, where it is a market leader today selling various sound products. This earbuds costs about $39.99 USD and comes with Free shipping if bought direct from Edifier or Amazon US  , so that’s all you will pay. So not bad for the price but how does it perform? That’s what this review intends to show you, so read on….

Info:

Product Name: Edifier H840 Hi-Fi Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Monitor Stereo Headphone

Provider: Edifier USA

The Review:

81l+Dh7Ya9L._SL1500_The packaging, is a simple plastic packaging which you can see the headphones in for retail when you buy them from the store it has the Edifier logo and website on the box along with some specs and other info. Inside the first thing you will noticed unlike other headphones that are tough to get out of its package this one is EASY to get out the headphones out of retail package along with instructions which you don’t need.

These headphones have a design that have a light weight studio feel like my ATH or Noisehush headphones but without the bulk. As you know since I keep telling you this anything with the name Edifier is going to be (without sounding like Donald Trump) GREAT! and these headphones still are There is no bluetooth but really I don’t use that half the time but for the $40 price you would think that would be a feature, also the 3.5 cable is attached so you can’t swap that out but this isn’t again an issue for me and something to add that earbud covers felt good on my ear and my head didn’t feel squished like with some other headphones. I didn’t test this but I just saw the picture of the headphones being twisted on the amazon listing I can see that since they do have a flexible band which is comfortable

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41alIFHHOkLI’ve used these for about a few months (still do) and these were great for services I would use on my iPhone-like Pandora,Audible or my Amazon Music app but I use these mostly on my macbook for editing and watching Youtube videos. Earbuds are ok but sometimes they do get in the way and the headphone concept just works for me. These would be a perfect for the same reasons I mentioned,anyone who wants a lightweight pair of headphones with great sound like the bulky types if I had to price these I would say about $30-35 so I guess 40 might still be ok but nothing more.

Conclusion:

So yes these headphones are priced affordable and sound right, but is it even worth it? I would say YES! if you don’t want to be bothered with pairing or 3.5 cables and don’t want ear buds  but still want a great sound quality. There was no flaws with these headphones maybe a few suggestions for future models they fit in perfectly on my ears.

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