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KitSound Slammers Bluetooth 4.2 On Ear Button Control Headphones

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

A pair of wireless on-ear headphones doesn't have to stretch into three figures to sound good! If you are in the market for a pair of wireless cans that sound good and their price won't make your eyes water, check out the Kitsound Slammers!
The Kitsound Slammers are a solid middle-of-the-road pair of headphones that you can daily everyday on your way to work or wear at home for watching TV. The exterior of the headphones have a soft-touch matt black finish that makes them look snazzy.
The Kitsound Slammers headphones features most things you could ask for from a pair of headphones, including wired and wireless connectivity (Bluetooth 4.2), swivel earcups, call handling, as well as remote control buttons to skip and play/pause songs and adjust the volume level.
swivel earcups let you store the earcups flat
The control buttons are located discreetly on the bottom of the left earcup and consist of 3 buttons, one of which is the power/pair button for powering and activating the pairing Bluetooth signal. The other two buttons are also multifunctional and they control the volume and the skipping songs.
As mentioned earlier, the Kitsound Slammers headphones feature call handling meaning you can answer and reject calls as well as redial the last number directly from the headphones. Simply short press the power button once to answer a call or hold it down for a couple of seconds to reject the call. To redial the last number you simply double press the power button.
The micro USB port, built-in microphone and 3.5mm audio socket are also located on the left ear cup alongside the control buttons. A micro USB charging cable and 3.5mm male to 3.5mm male audio cable are both included so you won't have to purchase them separately.
adjustable headband
Built-in the Slammers headphones you also get a non-removable 3.7 V 250mAh lithium polymer rechargeable battery which takes between 2 and 3 hours to fully charge.
The LED shows solid red during charging and turns solid blue when full charge is complete.
Battery lasts between 4 and 5 hours on medium-high volume and holds battery charge pretty well when in standby mode (4-5 days). The input charge is 5V DC, which means you can charge the Slammers headphones via the USB port of a computer, USB car charger, powerbank or 5V USB wall charger.
When battery is low, you get audio and visual confirmation which is nice. You will hear a warning beep and the LED will flashes red twice every few seconds to alert you.
You get a solid Bluetooth connection and decent wireless signal range (up to 10 meters) so you won't have to keep your smartphone right on you when playing music.
wireless and wired connectivity
Talking about music, the Slammers headphones have a flat frequency response with balanced treble and punchy bass. The volume can be turned up pretty high which is great.
Slammers headphones frequency response from 20Hz to 20kHz

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