Etymotic HF5 Review
I am returning to write on my blog. In this post I will be reviewing the Etymotic HF5. Please excuse my poor writing skills. I am just a beginner blog writer and I am practicing to improve.
I had recently found the Etymotic HF5 for discount on Amazon and after a month of waiting they have finally came.
(I am in no way an audiophile, just a person that enjoys music)
In The Box
The Etymotic HF5 come with a wide variety of accessories. It includes a carrying case, foam eartips, small and medium tri flange eartips, etymotic glider eartips and changeable filters.
The design of the Etymotic HF5 is similar to the other Etymotic earphones. Especially the HF2/3. The earpiece of these earphones are long and have a simplistic design. It has a 4 foot rubber cable that ends in a 45 degree angle jack. These earphones come in red, cobalt and black. I really like the simplicity in the design
These earphones provide some of the best noise isolation I have ever experienced. When used with the tri flanges, they seal really deep in my ear. I can hear nothing around me
As these headphones has a rubber coated cable I have found there is a bit of microphonics. The microphonics aren’t very loud but they are annoying at times
The sound of the Etymotic HF5 was really amazing. It presented a clear, accurate representation song with no exaggerated parts.
Bass: Bass was the only part I think lacked. The bass was clear and tight but a lot of times it is drowned by the other parts.I know it was suppose to represent an accurate representation of the song. But I think a slight boost in the bass will increase my listening experience a lot.
Mids: The mids in these headphones are fantastic. They are detailed and clear.
Highs: High end detail clarity in this earphone is very good.
These might not satisfy you if you’re a basshead but if you want detail and clarity these are excellent earphones for the price