Focal Sphear Review – A Great In-Ear Headphone at a Reasonable Price

The Focal Sphear is a pair of lightweight and comfortable in-ear headphones. It stays true to its marketing efforts that it can stay in your ears while delivering impressive sounds. Furthermore, the price tag lets you have great value for your money spent on these headphones as it can deliver full bass and pleasantly crisp treble. It is a relatively affordable audiophile-grade music and sound listening device.

Focal Sphear Review - A Great In-Ear Headphone at a Reasonable Price

Focal Sphear is a Lightweight Headphone With Great Sound and an Reasonable Price Tag

So what can you expect with the Focal Sphear? For starters, it is a lightweight in-ear headphone. You may be thinking, “Aren’t all of them?” Well, maybe not all, but a lot of in-ear headphones in the market does sport a lightweight design, but few can deliver. The Sphear belongs in the class that can truly deliver great performance while letting the user experience complete comfort while wearing it.

The design for the Focal Sphear In-Ear Headphone also seems sturdily built. It comes with a thick main cord that ends in an L-shaped plug. There is also a microphone situated on the cable that is situated high up on the left cord which is also close to your mouth. This will be great for making and taking in calls from your smartphone.

There is also a single-button remote which is conveniently found further down on the cable at the Y-junction. This button will act as a call ender/answerer button, or you can use it to play/pause your favorite tracks. It can also be used to skip tracks forward when you tap the button twice, and backwards if you tap it three times.

Tests have proven that using the Sphear to take calls was pretty good. There weren’t a lot of noise when hearing the other person on the line, and the microphone performed quite well.

For the accessories, you will get two sets of small, medium, and large tips that come in both a silicone and a foam set. There is also a small carrying case to put all of these extra tips away safely. The device has 10.8-millimeter headphone drivers and a sound impedance rate of 16 ohms.

For its price, the Focal Sphear works well and does deliver its promise of being able to stick inside your ear while also being able to deliver quality sounds. Users should be advised, however, that when pronouncing the company’s name it’s not Focal as in “Focal Length,” but Faux-Cal as it is a French firm.

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