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Naughty Naughty headphones by Ankit
Pros: Cheep. Very light. Different ear sizes. Stylish. Pretty good quality.
Cons: Not that many styles.
When I first received the Naughty Naughty headphones by Ankit, I was pretty happy about how cool they looked. I mean, how often do you see a pair of headphones with little teddy bears on the buds and a paw to keep the wires together. When I actually plugged these bad boys into my IPod, I was even happier with the results. The quality was pretty good. It could even withstand some heavier music like metal and other rock variations. The sound was clear and crisp which I really like in a headphone. There was very little fuzz as I had experienced in other pairs of headphones that I have used. One of the things that I would have liked to have more was a richer bass in the headphone. The bass was certainly present, but I was not so happy with the overall fullness and richness of it. It felt like something was missing. This factor would not affect most people, but I like a fairly large amount of bass and for this they lacked some of what I had expected. This little flaw did not tarnish my overall experience with the headphone one bit.
One of my absolute favorite parts of these headphones is the great stereo imaging that they provide. Music such as Led Zeppelin or other artists that have music that fades from one side to the other sound phenomenal in this pair of headphones. When wearing them this factor really made me feel as if I was inside the music and engulfed by it at my own personal concert.
The comfort of the buds was also great. They remained comfortable when wearing them for long periods of time, unlike others that make your ears ache after about thirty minutes. The buds felt a tiny bit loose, but luckily the earphones came with a bunch of different sizes, so I could adjust them to my personal preference. Even with the slight flaw in the fit to my ear, the sound canceling was very nice. While I had the buds in someone had to yell at me to get my attention. The contoured shape of the bud made it much easier to fit it into my ear and for it to stay in place. This is a great things that more headphone makers should add to their products.
The Naughty Naughty headphones by Ankit are definitely a must for anyone who wants to add some sweet style to their boring ears. I kind of like the idea of strolling around, rocking my teddy bear headphones. For those not so brave to wear teddy bears in their ears, the headphones also come in other designs such as skulls, butterflies, and snakes. Overall, I would recommend these headphones for anyone looking for a stylish in-ear headphone with some great comfort and sound. I will definitely be wearing these little guys for a long time to come. I give them a 4.5 out of 5.