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I probably spent at least 4 hours researching and comparing different earbuds, wanting the best bang for the buck that wouldn't break the bank (under $40, ideally under $30). That process led me to discovering I really wanted to try WOOD based earbuds this time...previously it's been very hit or miss in the $10-20 range, mostly miss. The more I researched the more I thought that wood based earbuds would be the way to go. Before I go on, I have now tested 5 different earbuds all costing $10-25 in price through Amazon. In my research the BEST (not named Bose) would probably have been the 1MORE brand triple driver earbuds for $99...but I wasn't interested in spending a hundred bucks on earbuds...but that's just me. But based on feedback and research it may be the sweet spot if you're willing to drop a Benjamin on them!
So the 5 I tested in order of lowest to highest were:
1) Zealsound HDE300 wood ($11)
2) APIE wood earbuds ($15)
3) VAVA earbuds ($18), plastic bass enhanced
4) Rhapsody & Morgan H9 ($20), metal
5) Symphonized MTRX wood ($25)
I am leaving this same review for all of these except for VAVA since those were the first ones I tried and returned those the same day I got them after I tried them...and I didn't leave a review for them before I did so. But the other 4 will be reflected as such.
For those who want the quick and dirty version and get the my final "winner" here are the TWO I picked as a tie, and you can read the details below if you're interested!
TIE FOR BEST OVERALL UNDER $25 EARBUDS:
#2 (APIE) & #4 (Rhapsody & Morgan H9). I plan to keep both at this time so I can continue testing on various music and movies/Netflix before I decide which one is truly better. But they're VERY close and too close to call. Except for the $5 difference in price. That for me would be the tie breaker and thus I'd give the edge to APIE. Plus it's wood. And I definitely think after researching and now hearing them, WOOD is a clear winner here too. So let's get into the details shall we?
I am NOT an audiophile or professional but I have an above average ear and in general my sensory is heightened across the board for hearing, sight, smell, taste and touch. It's a double edged sword, comes in handy in life for sure, but being more sensitive to things also makes it harder to function optimally sometimes too. So I am giving this review as someone who GETS nuances and differences more than the average person...hopefully it'll help you figure out which you like best. For me I like a deep, rich but not overwhelming bass, with mids and highs clear but not crackling and overpowering or at the expense of the bass. I would probably tend towards earbuds and headphones with deeper bass than weak bass and very good mid/high. Growing up hip-hop was my favorite music but late teens I branched and music preference exploded to include everything except metal and country music. Although some artists I have recently taken a liking to (Antii Martikainen being one, as well as 2 steps from hell & audiomachine...awesome fantasy and soundtrack music) sometimes have a heavy metal overtone (esp Antii). If you like such music I can't recommend them highly enough! These were just some of the music I sampled when comparing these 5. With this backdrop in place let's get to the list!
1) $11 Zealsound HDE300 wood. Wow, these really amazed me and is a close 3rd to the top 2 already noted above. They're about half the cost of the Rhapsody set and a few bucks less than the APIE. And A NO BRAINER VS. SYMPHONIZED MTRX or VAVA. I expected these to be the worst being the cheapest and honestly probably the cheapest looking also (but not horrible, just sort of chunky). But you'd be wrong. If you're on a $10 limit for earbuds these BLOW the Panasonic out of the water (which I neglected to say I also used as a baseline comparison since that's the set I had that was going out...and previously I had a Scosche set that was THE BEST i had ever heard before, such DEEP BASS...until now). The Zealsound can get LOUD (capacity is there if you want to push them) but gets distorted at max volume. But at 60-80% volume is the sweet spot for these. The bass is rich and deep. Yes it's wood. So yes it SHOULD BE. But these are cheapo-Chinese for $11 bucks. They shouldn't sound this good. These give the other 2 "winners" a real run for their money. The mids and highs are decent but good bass always makes music feel richer and fuller. These are not the biggest bass (that honor belongs to the Symphonized MTRX ones with Rhapsody being a close 2nd. More on those later). ZEALSOUND I GIVE A SOLID 8/10 for overall performance but price considered jumps these to a 9/10. Just REALLY SOLID. For under $12 these are the best I've ever heard.
2) $15 APIE wood. Once again based on reviews alone these should be decent (4 of 5 stars) and hey, they are wood also. BUT DAMNNNNNN! I was honestly expecting just mediocre performance. But BOOM! These were my overall top-rated when you consider PRICE too! The mids and highs are just otherworldly for being 15 bucks! You can pay with an Andrew Jackson and still have a Lincoln left over! Once again these have rich deep base, and since THESE ARE THE LOUDEST OF THE GROUP the rich bass outperforms all but the Rhapsody (see later). You can crank these all the way up and get NO DISTORTION that I could perceive for either the bass nor the mid/high! But be warned...these probably CAN damage your hearing! (I had paused a song and forgot the volume was almost max and when I hit play it just about made me jump out of my skin)! These probably fit the most snugly (and don't stick out and make you look like frankenstein) and definitely helps lock in the sound you want while filtering out the world around you so you can enjoy the music/ shows better! And also not disturb your family or coworkers! I was just floored HOW GOOD THE APIE SOUNDED. I don't know how to pronounce them, not that it's overly important, but I prefer to call them (EH-PIE-YAY) sort of French sounding? Vs. (EH-PEE). To me the sound coming out them sound sophisticated like EH-PIE-YAY and not clunky EH-PEE (which to me is more like the Symphonized ones). These APIE boom gorgeous sounds thumping, strumming, crescendoing, and just ROCKING. The one drawback for me is the cord which has a tacky feeling to it, although it is strong, and the sound more than overcomes this slight nitpick...plus the 2nd cheapest price. The plug is solid as is the overall design across the board. I prefer to have volume controls with the inline mic but it does have a pause/skip function. The Rhapsody has this function so that could be a tie breaker for some who want that and willing to pay an extra Lincoln for that. But as for the cord I would have liked to have the smoother plastic of the Rhapsody over this one, or better yet I like the nylon rope feeling of the Symphonized more than any (but sound wise was left much to be desired for the Symphonized...more on it later). OVERALL APIE IS THE BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK, IMHO. APIE GETS A 10/10 with a tie breaker over Rhapsody from a price point. Oh and of ALL THE packaging, APIE was by far the best for presentation, sealed gorgeous white box, many earbud adapters, mini carrying case & small cloth bag. Just top notch. I'd have spent $45 and been pleased with these! Can't recommend them highly enough...again slight edge over Rhapsody from price point & being wood.
3) $18 VAVA. I am not going to waste much time here. These are "tinny" sounding with a gimmick of "bass enhancement" by twisted the earbud from normal to bass...but the bass setting is more like normal bass while "normal" basically removes the bass. They distort at higher levels. The do control Android phones just fine. That's maybe it's only bright spot. I returned them VAVOOM FAST! VAVA score: 2/10. And I'm being generous.
4) $20 Rhapsody & Morgan H9. I decided to try these despite not being wood bc the reviews were so good and they had 9mm drivers (most are 6mm or 8mm...oh, speaking of which the Zealsound were 10mm and probably helped them compete so well...APIE were 8mm). Plus it has full Android control including volume. But how does it sound? VERY VERY VERY GOOD. It had probably the BEST LOW END BASS and close 2nd to loudest bass (Symphonized was loudest overall bass), yet also the most quiet overall that required me to turn them up louder to achieve the volume I desired, but not detrimental to performance as I explain below. But it was so hard to say whether these were better mid/high or were the APIE?! They're slightly different but both sound so good. The very low end ability of these for bass bests the APIE & aren't nearly as loud as the APIE in total volume as noted. But that's not bad bc its plenty loud but I'd probably spend most of my time at the gym at 90% or even 100% volume (no real risk of blowing your eardrums out like the APIE and even Symphonized if max volume and turned on). NO DISTORTION however, just pure awesomeness. These would have won overall had it not been for APIE's awesome wood sound, clear & loud notes, and it's cheaper price point. Both sets you will hear nuances in music that you've listened to forever but never picked up some of the intricate notes and vibes emanating from these luscious earbuds. Rhapsody score 9.5 / 10 (though sound was a 10). They are that good. The packaging didn't seem as impressive as the APIE but once I removed the box insert then the Rhapsody had all kinds of earbuds and extras & evened out with APIE. Get the Rhapsody if you want to hit that lowest end bass and not give up your high/mids to do so...then these might have a slight edge on the APIE if price & loudness don't matter to you as much.
5) $25 Symphonized MTRX. Ok you may be wondering why not the NRG3.0/2.0 or DRM versions? The reviews scared me that they were brittle. I didn't want to mess with that. I was also looking for deep bass. These seemed to fit these issues better. So the good? LOUDEST BASS of the group. But it was overwhelming, and drowned out the mid/high and they sounded muffled at that. They do get very loud probably matching the APIE for volume loudness. Now, I do like bass, and yet these weren't clean bass nor clean overall sound. Had I only bought these I might have been happy enough. But I am glad I didn't and took the time to get several and test and find out the differences. Better for both of us, me and you :). Hence the hour it's taken me to write all of this! Unless you're looking for this kind of sound, I suggest passing on these. They're not bad. But they cost $10 more than APIE. Symphonized overall score: only 5 / 10. The Zealsound set puts these to shame and cost less than half of these! But both APIE & Rhapsody just destroy these head to head. I wanted to like these. I kept trying all different kinds of music. But APIE and Rhapsody just kept outperforming these. What a shame. I'm almost tempted to try the other Symphonized versions (the NRG or NRG2.0 was going to be the one I planned on getting bc of the rope cord...which by the way these MTRX do have and I like the cord the best). But that is low on my priority list.
So as of now I plan on returning the Symphonized & keeping the APIE & Rhapsody for sure...but torn on the Zealsound whether I keep them. Maybe they'll make a nice quality gift for someone :).
Thanks for taking the time to read this...I truly hope it helped! Happy new year 2017! #blessings!
Original review: I've tried 3 varieties of Symphonized headphones over the last 2 years. First I tried the Symphonized NRG Premium Genuine Wood In-ear Noise-isolating Headphones with Mic (White). These lasted about 4 months and then the in-ear piece broke. I contacted the manufacturer and they sent a free replacement. The replacement worked for about 6 months, then the same piece broke, and additionally on my Nexus 5 smartphone they now produce sound from only 1 earbud. Next I tried the Symphonized MTRX Premium Genuine Wood In-ear Noise-isolating Headphones with Mic and Nylon Cable (Red). These worked for about 6 months, then the plug part essentially fell apart and now it doesn't make a good connection unless I hold it in place. They're useless like this. I don't know why I decided to try the same model again, but I tried the Symphonized MTRX Premium Genuine Wood In-ear Noise-isolating Headphones with Mic and Nylon Cable (Orange Stripe). These are actually still working okay, but I'm very unhappy with the sound quality. Unlike the NRG, the MTRX produces very weak sound with little bass. I find them to really not be worth the $25 price tag -- they sound more like $8 cheap headphones. So, this is my 4th set of Symphonized in-ear headphones and honestly I've never liked them much and they have a very short shelf-life, breaking after a few months. I recommend you find another manufacturer.
At first I hated these, because I came from a pair with decent balance in EQ. These headphones are by no means balanced. They tend to favor the bass and lose some treble in compensation. Despite this, these have come to be my favorite headphones under $30 that I've ever used (and I've used a *lot* of headphones under $30. That budget life tho). Once you go to any other pair, it's just not the same.
*These headphones literally shake your ears.* Many times I've felt them actually vibrating while listening to EDM or bass-heavy music. When the kick drum is kicked, your ears will be kicked too.
Overall, great product with a surprising initial reaction. Definitely will consider purchasing again. The build is great, they look like high-quality headphones and feel great. Once I had to superglue the black rubber sleeve on the cable back into the bud when it came loose, but I would attribute that more to my usage than its build.
The only thing I didn't enjoy was the shape of the rubber tips, which were so good at blocking anything that they gave me a headache after more than 30 minutes of use - I think it was messing with head pressure or something. Idk. I switched them out with some from old rubber buds and they feel great.