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Arctic Cooling E352

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Frederik S, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. Frederik S Staff

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    Arctic Cooling's wooden in-ears are put to the test. Dubbed E352 these in-ears are closely related to the E361s which we recently had the pleasure of testing. For a budget of only about $50 you get solid sound quality coupled with a nice finish.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ArcticCooling/E352/
     
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    I like earbuds with lots of bass. Anybody think these perform better than Skull Candies?
     
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    Low amp bass dynamics

    If you're listening at lower audio levels extra bass can help. Try turning your best audio system down to lower levels and you'll probably notice the bass seems to disappear faster then the treble. Also, the in ear buds like that can loose base depending on how they're seated. I like treble, but it can be to a point where you can't understand a voice. With music, I don't know how much that's an issue, but with movies or other content it could be.
     

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