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Bang & Olufsen A8 Earphones

AudioReview.com users have been searching out the Bang & Olufsen A8 Earphones. Fourth most searched audio goodie this week. These are very nice earphones. If you aren’t familiar with the different type of isolating vs. non isolating earphones check out the Editor’s Choice Headphone post. User Nick writes a review that is on point.

1) Bose Wave Radio CD
2) Bose 321 Home Entertainment System
3) Beyer Dynamic DT 770-Pro Closed Studio Headphones
4) Bang & Olufsen A8 Earphones

Bang & Olufsen A8 Earphones
Bang & Olufsen A8 Earphones
33 reviews
4.42 of 5
MSRP: $ 160.00
33 Reviews
0 Quick Ratings
4.42 of 5
Designed for durability, the A8′s can be adjusted to fit the contours and curves of the individual
Designed for durability, the A8′s can be adjusted to fit the contours and curves of the individual ear. This ensures that regardless of whether you’re relaxing, walking or jogging, they always sit comfortably, and firmly, in place.
Description: Designed for durability, the A8′s can be adjusted to fit the contours and curves of the individual… (more)

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Price Paid:  $160.00 from Bang & Olufsen Summi

First off, I would like to point out that I am a 15-year-old audiophile. We’re a rare breed, but we do exist. It drives me crazy when people listen to their iPods using only one earbud, especially when that earbud is white and apple-branded. Anyway, these earphones are probably the best I have used. I have tried models from Grado, Shure, Audio-Technica, and Yuin, none of which even compare to the clarity of the B&O’s. I also have the Form 2′s, which do sound a bit better, but are much more cumbersome and are best left alone in my studio

- Excellent Tonal Clarity
- Fits in iPhone with simple modifications
- Relatively inexpensive for the quality
- Comfortable
- Free pads from the B&O Store when you need them
- Well built
- Carrying case + extension cable are nice additions

- A bit lacking in bass (not really a problem though, it makes them sound very clear and open)

Similar Products Used:
Yuin PK1+PK2
Grado SR60,SR80
The entire AKG line
Shure e4c
Ultimate Ears Triple.Fi
B&O Form 2

Review Date
June 27, 2008

Overall Rating
5 of 5

Value Rating
5 of 5


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  • gregg says:

    Most searched….the Wave radio? Srsly?

    I thought this thing was a generic mass market type product, not an audio enthusiast product.

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