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It comes with three different sizes of silicone cushions to ensure a snug but comfortable fit.

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Pros

balanced through the lows, mids and highs - nothing gets overhwelmed

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effectively block out surrounding noises, great isolation

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construction of the ear pieces and cord are very durable, will last a long time

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feel very light, barely feel the weight of them at all

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sound quality is extremely good, clarity and natural sound are audiophile-quality

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all the minor details in the sound become extremely clear and well-defined

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cloth-braided cords make a lot of noise when your brush them, VERY loud

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Altec Lansing's Backbeat series of in-ear headphones are geared for "on the go" listening and optimized for iPods and similar MP3 players.  Soft, flexible cushions conform to the shape of your ear canal for improved bass response and maximum reduction of distracting noise.  The Backbeat 326 (aka "Backbeat Titanium") is the top-of-the-line model and offers an impressive 10 Hz to 20 KHz frequency response, thanks to titanium-enhanced micro-speaker drivers.  It comes with three different sizes of silicone cushions to ensure a snug but comfortable fit, as well as a pair of dual-flange tips offering extra isolation for particularly noisy environments.  The Backbeat 326 weighs under an ounce and comes with a neoprene carrying case, a gold-plated plug, and nearly four feet of tangle-free cloth cord.

Features
  • Frequency response 10 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Sensitivity 104 dB SPL/mW @ 1 kHz
  • Impedance 16 Ohms
  • 10 mm titanium-enhanced driver
  • 46” cable with 3.5 mm gold-plated plug
  • Only 0.8 ounces
  • 6-piece "fit kit"
  • Additional dual-flange tips for high-noise environments
  • Carrying case included
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