Today for review I’ve got another Wicked Audio product, the Heist in-ear earbuds but these are not just for you to use as they come with an in-line audio jack so you can connect another set of headphones to them to share your music. The Heist earbuds are priced at under $20 and I wasn’t expecting much from them, but they’re surprisingly good sounding. So read on to learn more…
The Wicked Audio Heist earbuds come in a sort of double box, the front part is a slip cover really.
Inside the box you’ll find a plastic tray holding the earbuds and the extra covers in place.
The earbuds I got are mostly white with black accents and black bud covers.
There are three sizes of covers that comes with the Heist, two on the side and one already installed.
The Heist earbuds are special in that they have an extra audio jack in-line so you can share your music with your friends. They also have a clip as well so you can attached them to your collar or shirt or wherever.
The earbuds are labeled with L and R for left and right and they have the Wicked Audio logo on them.
The buds are plastic and lightweight and overall they seem well made.
The cord is about four feet in length and it ends with a gold plated audio plug.
Specifications and Features
Hey! Stop looking like a fool when you share your music and Heist it!
IMPEDANCE: 16 Ohms
CORD LENGTH: 4ft/1.2m
Price: $17.62 (from Amazon at time of review)
it’s easy to share your music, just connect another headset and you’re ready to go. There’s not much else to this really, plug and play, literally!
I used the Heist earbuds with my ZuneHD and my HTC One for testing.
The Heist headphones cost under $20, on Amazon they were listed as $17.62 at the time of the review and I’ll be honest, I wasn’t expecting much at all from them for such a low price but y’know what, these are a pretty good set of earbuds!
I was very much surprised by just how good the Heist earbuds sound, they offer a full range and it’s very crisp and clear with little to no distortion at high volumes. There’s a nice balance or bass and treble with full sound overall.
The Heist are very comfortable to wear for long periods of time, the earbuds are soft and once you find the correct fit for you they’re just fine.
The Wicked Audio Heist in-ear earbuds are very inexpensive and I was very much surprised by just how good they sound. They offer a nice full range of sound and they help to keep the noise out. For under $20 you can get a decent pair of earbuds, and it’s not often you can say that really.
Sure there are better options, but you’ll spend a lot more money, I don’t think you’ll find a better pair of earbuds in this price range that sounds as good and are as well made.
These earbuds are comfortable for long periods of time and the cord is nice and long.
The extra audio port can be useful if you want to share your music with your significant other or your friends.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive set of earbuds, then I can honestly recommend these.
+Extra size earbuds included
+Extra port to share audio
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