vPulse In-ear Headphones Reviews
Geekanoids March 2012 review: "I must say that from my tests so far, I've been extremely impressed."
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TechKings February 2012 review: "I have a couple go-to guys who are music producers and musicians, so their input was particularly sought-after for testing the vPulse. The consensus matched ours, 'very balanced and clean, and the bass goes low.' "
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Ken Rockwell January 2012 review: "[The vPulse's] deep bass is better than anything I've ever heard reproduced....If you love deep, solid bass, you'll love these."
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CNET January, 2012 review by The Audiophiliac ("Velodyne's first headphone is a bass lover's delight"): "You'd expect that when a subwoofer company makes an in-ear headphone, the device would make a lot of bass, and the vPulse delivers on that score."
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Discovery December 2011 review: “It’s no surprise the company best known for its subwoofers does a pretty decent bass."
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Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity April 2012 review: "Best of all, they [the vPulse] sound like Velodyne all the way . . . a.k.a. very, very good."
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