Arctic Sound E352 review -
So here we have the package, as stated these are AC's top of the line buds, and will set you down a good 48.95 / 69.95 US$
The package that comes with the headphones; several ear pieces, manual, cable clip and a nice hard shell pouch to carry the headphones in. It also functions as a headset as the headphones come with a small microphone, hence a small clip to keep the microphone secure on your clothing.
We zoom in on the core, this model is equipped with large driver coils (Ø10mm / 9mm) providing deeper and better bass.
On the outside we can see the wooden shell a little better, apparently offering a warmer sound. The buds themselves are sturdy and comfortable to wear. They indeed close off your ears really well, isolating ambient noises quite efficiently. Missing though are left/right ear indicators
|Frequency response||18 Hz -22k Hz|
|Output power||40 mW|
|Cable||1.3 m with 3.5mm stereo plug|
Now, when you read the frequency response remember, these are buds... the standards are a little different alright.
Overall the cabling is nice and lengthy, what I dislike though is the cabling itself. During running or movement of your head you can hear cable tension in the buds, a problem with all standard cabling. For buds in this price range we'd prefer cabling with a soft coating.
We test the Arctic Cooling Arctic Sound E352 Earbuds. The E352 in-ear buds tested today are advertised to offer sound quality, noise isolation and bass advantages over other offerings from the competition. As such they promise a higher quality than what is provided by your typical pair of earbuds. Let's have a look at the product and lend it an ear or two.