The Audiosharp AS1128 headphones came well packaged in a compressed cardboard box with a magnetic door. Once the door is opened it reveals the headphones in a molded plastic display with a calm shell style zipper case below them. Also included with the headphones and case are 3 different size ear tips, a users manual, cable clip, headphone/mic splitter cable, and a break in disk.

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The body of the headphones are made of plastic and metal and feel very well made. Going down the flat cable you will find a small plastic piece housing the mic and a single button on the right cable. This single button can be uses to play, pause, answer a call, or end a call depending on the circumstance with a single click. A double click will skip to the next track when listening to music. The plug is compact and well built with gold plating on the tip and a sturdy strain relief for the cable.

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As for output these headphones get plenty loud without the need for an amp. The sound quality is much better than expected with a very flat response except for a slight emphasis on the higher frequencies. The bass is very precise and controlled and the mids are spot on. These headphones easily sound as good as pairs I have that cost 3 or 4 times as much.

For the price of these headphones you simply can not go wrong. They are built well and sound very good.

I received this item at a discount in exchange for an HONEST review.

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