Satechi Aluminum Wireless Headphones Review – Intense Bass Which is Clearly Not for Everyone

Published: 23 May 2016Updated: 28 May 2016

The Satechi Aluminum Wireless Headphones is able to deliver a robust audio profile although they are not for every audiophile out there, especially those that want to listen to their favorite tracks the way the singers and musical professionals have played them without any kind of alteration to the audio experience. The company responsible for making such a product is not quite known in the headphone space but rather for their line of stylish tech accessories. Therefore, you might forgive them for some caveats that this particular pair of headphones may have.

Satechi Aluminum Wireless Headphones Review - Intense Bass Which is Clearly Not for Everyone

While There are Some Drawbacks, You Would Admit That the Satechi Aluminum Wireless Headphones Are Styling and Alluring

Those who are interested in purchasing the Satechi Aluminum Wireless Headphones should know that they are available in three different colors – silver, gold, and gray. While it does look like the most comfortable pair of headphones in the market, it isn’t. However, it is still safe to say that these do provide a great deal of comfort when you wear them. The headband as well as the earpads are heavily padded, and they offer a secure and firm fit.

The volume and Bluetooth controls can be found on the left earcup, and the latter feature also doubles as the headphone’s power button. The former pair of buttons will also allow you to navigate among your tracks when they are held down rather than being tapped.

Its standard packaging ships with a cable which allows users to control the playback of their tracks. It is also intended for passive, wired listening if you just want to be plugged into your preferred media device rather than the cord dangling around. The Satechi Aluminum Wireless also has an single inline button remote controls and a mic for managing and taking in calls. It should be noted, however, that the cable does not automatically un-pair the headphones with your media or mobile device when you connect it. Hence, you might run down your battery by plugging in the cable but not manually un-pairing the Bluetooth connection.

As for its sound profile, the Satechi Aluminum Wireless Headphones offer a boosted bass response, which does please some parts of the market, but not for every audiophile out there. On tracks with powerful sub-bass content, the drivers do not distort the sound. However, the power of the bass does cause some limitation with regards to the dynamics as it would make the overall volume to seem like it is dipping.


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