Ei8htball In-Ear Headphones
Review of: Ei8htball EX811 Earphones

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On 26th January 2014
Last modified:3rd September 2015

Are you currently looking for a decent pair of well made and comfortable headphones? Well the Ei8htball EX811 Earphones maybe exactly what you’re looking for. We have been using the headphones for nearly a week at the time of writing and must say that so far we are very impressed. They deal with high, mid and low tones extremely well producing a clear, crisp sound with pretty much all music genres I tried them out with.

The in-ear headphones come in a nice, high quality box with a magnetic opening window, which when opened show you a back and side view of the actual product. On the adjacent side some more general details are listed.
The headphones themselves have a lightweight construction and it’s nice to see that they incorporate a chord wire system. In future products it may be nice to see a flat wire cable system to help prevent tangling wires which can sometimes be a problem. The wire features an in-line microphone and music controls. Unfortunately it does lack a volume rocker like a lot of headphones these days which we would love to see added.

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The 3.5mm jack is gold plated, which is supposed to give you a better connection and therefore better sound, but if you’re just using these everyday and not in a studio environment then you won’t really be able to tell the difference. Pretty much every part of the headphones is made from metal which means they’re much likely to last longer and really do feel more sturdy then those made from just plastic.

In terms of comfort you sometimes forget that you’re wearing earphones! They’re incredibly comfortable to wear and cancel noise out well thanks the tight fitting silicone ear-buds. Like most headphones you get some large and small ear buds included in the package as well as the medium size coming on the earphones.

Technical Specifications

  • Speaker Type: Single low mass / High energy micro-speaker
  • Driver Type: Dynamic Transducer
  • Driver Size: 11mm
  • Sensitivity: 99DB + 3DB
  • Frequency Response: 19HZ -21000HZ
  • Impedance: 16 Ohms Rated Power: 2MW
  • Max Power Input: 5MW
  • Input Connector: 3.5mm (1/8″) Gold Plated Plug

Our Verdict

The EX811 Earphones certainly don’t lack quality in any shape or form. Made from metal they feel sturdy while not adding any weight or reducing the comfort of them. The only problem I found with these headphones was that they seemed to tangle quite a bit when I wasn’t using them. Overall though they deliver good quality audio with a nice design and for only £29.99 you can’t go wrong. If a flat cable was implemented I would definitely put them on par with the TYLT Tunz In-Ear Headset.
So if you would like purchase these earphones you can do so at the link below.

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