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Ei8htball EX811 High Energy Micro Earphone Speakers!

Saturday, June 04, 2016

The Ei8htball EX811 in-ear headphones come nicely presented in eye catching artistic packaging with red and black color scheme.
The earphones themselves come in protected foam and are high energy micro speakers with 11mm dynamic transducer drivers with 99-decibel sensitivity and frequency response ranging from 21kHZ to 19HZ.
The Ei8htball logo themed after the Royal Air Force roundels identification mark looks great on the back of the earphones.
The wide frequency response range means the EX811 headphones deliver very good highs and lows across the full spectrum so they work well for listening to a good range of music.
From classical symphony orchestra to rich-bass heavy hip-hop tracks, the EX811 earphones do a good job at producing great treble detail without overwhelming deep punchy bass.
The Ei8htball EX811 are also low impedance (16 ohms) so they require little power to produce high audio levels, which is great if plan to use these earphones with low amplification portable devices like smartphones.
The braided cable has a standard 3.5mm gold-plated TRRS jack, as well as a inline microphone which does a good job at picking up clear sound without sounding distorted at the other end. The microphone is built-in the single multi-functional button remote control.
With the Ei8htball EX811 earphones you also get additional sizes of ear tips. The ear tips are soft silicone that is comfortable to wear and do a good job at keeping the earphones inside the ear canal.
The Verdict
The Ei8htball EX811 earphones come with a standard 12 month warranty cover. They have a good build quality, they look great with the Royal Air Force roundels themed-logo and produce very balanced sound and bass without being overbearing. Check out the Ei8htball EX811 in-ear headphones.

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