Walking in the streets, riding a train, flying in a plane i dont that minor differences in the headphones or earbuds would be noticeable with all the surrounding noise. Im sure that in a recording studio you high quality equipment but for the average user playing streamed music on the go this is well more than enough.
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As many posted at least HTC is trying to improve sound quality. I heard the equalizer on them is amazing especially with some quality headphones.
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Actually there is a huge difference between headphones these beats headphones and any quality headphones will isolate noise when I have my sennheiser earbuds in I can't hear ANYTHING But the music.. u can actualy hear things that u never heard before with a really high quality headset.. but I still think that these beats will be plenty.yea there not the best but there good tho and a great improvement over what we were getting in the past
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Beats or not, show me another LTE phone on Verizon that has debuted with a price point lower than $299. The Revolution was the only one and I would rank it 4th out of the first Verizon LTE's. Not only that, but take a Thunderbolt, give it the highest ppi of any phone currently, give it the highest factory clocked dual core currently, a much impoved rear and FFC along with the camera software, the newest sense UI and I really don't see how it won't sell for less than what the Thunderbolt & Charge launched at. Beats is only a plus.
Yes there are better earbuds out there, but when have ever seen them packaged with a phone? The funny thing is some of the earbuds people are touting are around $200, and all they do is give quality sound. Yet some blast the Rezound's $299 price tag. So $200 earbuds are fine but a $299 smartphone is outta line? Now do I think that the standalone price for Beats headphones is to high? Probably, never heard them. I've got some Klipsch S2's that sound great. Are they the best? No, but I got them for $50, so I'd say a good deal.
The Rezound is better specs wise compared to the Razr & G-Nex. They are being aggressive on the ICS update for it.
Many will point out the battery size on the Rezound. If you look at talk times and figure the battery size 100-200 mAh isn't a big difference. Even figuring a 10% efficency loss due to the Sense UI, there probably won't be more than an hour or two difference between the Rezound and the other two. Add to that no removable battery for the Razr, so to me it'd be between the Rezound and the Nexus. Add the better specs and possibly speedy update to ICS for the Rezound, and that puts it in the lead for me.
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