Arctic Sound E461-BM Earphones Review

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An iconic image imprinted heavily in my brain, after seeing it on TV, was that of an urban New York scene where some guy with Adidas overalls carries a gigantic boom box stereo over his shoulders while he walks down the street. This was, of course, in the early days of the Sony Walkman and portable audio was few and far between. The choice was to carry that boom box to get great portable audio or use a portable headphone that produced sub-par sounds. Luckily these days, there are plenty of choices in the market when it comes to earphones, especially considering every single person owns an MP3 player or a cellphone that has music playback capabilities.

 

 

 

Choice is the operative word and there are not only various brands to choose from, people can also find earphones that fit their exact need. There are earphones for jogging, water-proof earphones for the shower, earphones that pack a lot of bass, etc. The list just keeps going on and on. One company that has their own fleet of personal audio devices is Arctic, providing various affordable solutions for PC users. Their Arctic Sound line specifically produces earphones and headphones that fit any budget and any task, the most notable of which is the Arctic Sound E461-BM.

 

The Arctic Sound E461-BM earphones are designed with sound clarity in mind. The Arctic Sound E461-BM’s Neodymium magnet driver ensures rich frequency response and sound precision from a small package. An in-line control and microphone allows for easy access compatibility when the E461-BM earphones are used with an iPhone or other Apple devices. For flexible comfort, the Arctic Sound E461-BM also comes with six pairs of silicone caps of various sizes and shapes to ensure the right fit, depending on the individual.

 

 

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