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Sound As Good As They Are Stylish?

Always showing our love for music here at G Style we take a listen to a new company on the horizon called A-Audio. A-Audio was founded in Miami by local entrepreneur Christian Iacovelli who wanted to give you a stylish pair of headphones which took inspiration from cars and timepieces to create this product geared more towards that male lifestyle. Also there is three settings on here for music such as Passive Audio, Active Noise Cancel, and Bass Enhancer. Does this combo of style and sound create the perfect headphone?

You cant help but notice the design and work put into a pair of A-Audio Legacy Headphones. The pair I’m reviewing has a matte black coloring with a slight accent of silver on the “A” insignia embossed on each earcup. If you pull back one the lid on the left cup you will notice it uses 2 AAA batteries that come with the device. What does batteries do is provide extended audio options such as ANC and Bass Enhancer which can be accessed via a switch on the right ear. The ear cups are compromised of cushioned memory foam with the headband being plush as well. You be surprised how comfy these actually feel on your head.

A design feature I like about the A-Audio Legacy headphones is you have the option of making the headphones go into a collapsible position or can lay them flat out. If you put them flat out they can be stored in their accompanied luxe case which can also store an included cleaning cloth, additional audio cables and gold-plated adapter.

 

Experience

 

When I first saw them, I automatically shot them down as having more style then anything. But wearing them and listening to various music ranging from hip hop to EDM they have impressed my ears. The headphones while they do feel slightly big don’t feel like they bring discomfort. I personally prefer the normal setting over all the other ones. But they are good to have in case I feel like venturing out once in a while. I’m not a big fan of the switch always lit up whether it’s in green or blue. It’s not blinking or anything but never cared for lights on my headphones whether flashing or not.

 

read full Review by: Jason Million

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