We definitely like the E352 headphone ear buds. They are comfortable to wear, have plenty of cabling and are affordable enough, though not cheap.
The audio quality is good, but I certainly will not classify it as extremely good. You get a clear sound with nice high tones. Voices sound great, drums clear. Violins and Pianos miss a little bit of crispness, but it can be tweaked out with the equalizer. The deeper parts of bass are nice and sturdy, but it does lack a little bit in the higher range.
Though quite good, the buds are not as good as the similarly priced Sennheiser CX 380s which I for whatever reason fall back to as reference somehow, and thus yeah... I will switch back to the Sennheiser CX 380 buds. Coming from the reference Apple in-ear headphones the difference is of course day and night.
Sound however is a mysterious thing, it's very subjective to talk about. See, I like bass... hard, deep and wide ranged bass, and that's where the Sennheiser CX 380s for me are a little better. Others like normal bass and hate my preference, and therefore it will always be subjective to do a review like this.
So overall a very good set of ear buds, but yeah... personally I like a little wider bass range or, as the Black Eyed Peas would describe it, a little more boom boom pow. And since it's so hard to classify something so subjective, the Sennheiser CX 380s I'd rate 8 out of 10, the classic Apple in-ear buds we'd give 3 out of 10 points and the E352 set at 7 out of 10 points. And that's good... but could be slightly better. Definitely recommended though.
Arctic Sound E352 review 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.