• SMS Audio SMS-WD-YLW Street by 50 Cent Wired Over-Ear Headphones - Yellow
SMS Audio SMS-WD-YLW Street by 50 Cent Wired Over-Ear Headphones - Yellow

SMS Audio SMS-WD-YLW Street by 50 Cent Wired Over-Ear Headphones - Yellow

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  • Professional Studio Sound
  • Professionally tuned 40mm driver
  • In-line Mic
  • Enhanced bass
  • Passive Noise Cancellation

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A bit of a mixed bag This is an update after approximately a month with these phones:My first review was submitted after an extensive (I thought) burn in using a continuous loop of both white and pink noise. After that I felt and stated in the review that they were a confusing set of phones. Right now i think I can upgrade that initial review....they are sounding better and close to 'really good' right now. My music ranges from classic rock to blues to old ballads and they handle all of it in a balanced manner. Still a little on the 'heavy' side but nothing like the boomers from Dr. Dre and Soul. Not a hip hop fan so I want to hear all of the music but also like a set of phones that can handle big bass licks and percussion. Listening to some Stevie Ray Vaughan as write this and the sound is sweet. Seems that Mr. Jackson might actually have something here! Selling for about $100 right now and at that price it's a lot of phone.I hesitated in writing this review for several reasons.....my hearing is pretty much trashed from too many years of high volume headphone use so I question whether I am a good judge of sound quality and, these are tricky phones to evaluate. Some days they sound pretty good and others not so good. Some well recorded tracks actually sound brilliant (Something Like Olivia - John Mayer) and I think they're pretty good for the money. Then I listen to some tracks that sound somewhat muddy and distorted? So I'm not sure what i have here. As a reference point, I've used some pretty high end phones from Sony, Sennheiser and Koss so i think i know what a good set of cans should sound like and these are definitely not bad, just not as good as i would like. On the up side i got them at a bargain price on Black Friday so I'll hang onto them for a bit longer and follow up on this review. If you are in need of quality phones and can afford something in the $100 range I'd probably recommend you look elsewhere for now though. 3Best Sounding, Most Comfortable Headphones Over the past 40+ years, I've owned several different headphones including AKG professional grade headphones.These are by far the best sounding and most comfortable headphones I've owned for general listening. I mention general listening because headphones can be tweaked for different purposes. My AKGs are designed for studio use and are a bit anemic on the low end to facilitate accurate mixing and volume levels. They work great for that, but they're less satisfying for general listening (I write and record electronic music in my home studio). Enough with the resume', here's the information you'll really be interested in. These headphones have deep, solid bass, clear, uncolored midrange and plenty of sparkle in the high end. The sound is very well balanced and is well suited for any style of music. I've listened to acoustic, electronic, rock, jazz, classical, dance and used them watching movies. In each case, they sound great. My only minor criticism is that the bass can be a little too much on some styles of music such as electronic dance music. Most stereo systems and portable devices have some EQ control where you can adjust the bass level, so this isn't really a problem. I've used these on my home stereo system, my smartphone and tablet. They work equally well on all of them. No headphone amp needed. They're very comfortable. Normally, I can't wear headphones for more than about 45 minutes before my ears start to ache from the pad pressure. Not the case with these. I've worn them for over two hours at a time with no pain. They form a very solid, comfortable seal when you put them on. The foam in the earpads has a slightly different consistency than I've encountered before. They're not as spongy. Keep in mind that they form a seal that blocks some noise, but they are not noise cancelling headphones. They're average weight for this type of headphone with good build quality. Another difference with these over other headphones is that you can unplug the cord from the headset itself. It's about time someone thought of that. They come with a 4 1/2 ' cord which has a microphone so you can use them with your mobile phone. The plugs are 1/8" stereo on each end. An accessory adapter comes with them that appears to split the 1/8" stereo plug into two 1/8" mono plugs. I have no idea what purpose that serves. It would have been much more useful to include a 1/8" to 1/4" stereo adapter plug to use with stereo receivers and pro audio equipment. I bought a separate 12' 1/8" to 1/4" cord to use with my stereo system. There are numerous options for cords and adapters. Beware of the really cheap ones. If they work at all, they generally don't hold up with long term use. I have many years of experience with that. To sum it all up, these are almost sensually comfortable and have clear, well balanced sound with solid bass. The removable cord with a microphone is a plus. They work equally well on full size stereo systems and portable devices. 5Great headphones! New found respect for 50 cent So I bought these purely because they were on sale. I am in Afghanistan right now and they arrived quick! Upon initial inspection of packaging..presentation is awesome. They come in a nice box that has a sleeve. Then the box itself opens up like a book and BAM! there they are. sitting in a black molded plastic encasment with a clear molded plastic cover. Very nice. So like a little schoolgirl getting her issue of teen beat in the mail, I took them out and put them on my head. I love the ear cups? I gues what they are called. They are the most comfortable design I've ever had, but then again, I've never owned a pair of 200 dollar plus headphones, so who knows. The design itself is very sleek and they feel really solid. Sound quality is great as well. It is hard to explain, but when I listen to audio with movies and such, the audio feels like it has dimension I guess you could say. Things that are far away aren't just softer level, they feel far away if that makes sense.... I am not a headphone expert, but I like these alot. 5Don't be fooled into paying twice as much when these headphones are just as great! These headphones are amazing! You can spend a small fortune on other similar headphones that have a big name attached but there is no reason to when you can get these for a MUCH better price. Very comfortable to wear, lightweight but sturdy. Great sound, bass and treble. Absolutely LOVE that the aux cord comes off! This is great when your using the headphones while biking, running, rollerblading etc.Saves you from what could be a disaster. The ONLY downfall with these is that they are just purple. The pictures online make it look like they go from blue to purple depending on lighting and position but they are only purple. 5Great Headphones I just got these headphones (white) and have spent the day listening to music. I must say, they seem to be made really well and they are fairly comfortable. I chose these partially because I have a bigger than average head, and I saw multiple reviews commenting on how they accommodate larger noggins.The sound is excellent. However, the bass is not as good as other headphones I've tried, so if you're concerned with having a sharp bass that pops, then these aren't a good choice for you.I don't find these to be very good looking, but I wouldn't say they're ugly either. That said, the good sound makes up for the so-so looks. I was really hesitant getting the white headphones, as they look more grey/silver in the picture. However, they are white and don't really look like the grey color shown in the pictures.I'm very happy with my purchase and hope that they last. 5Street by 50 almost getting it right I bought these head phones for 2 reasons.1. Because my wife took over my beats by dre2. They were on sale for $67.I do not consider myself a Audiophile but I am very particular about headphones since i have them on my head whenever i am on my laptop, tablet or Zune HD. I enjoy the fact the Street by 50 are very durable and comfortable. My beats I mean my wife beats by dre have several cracks in the headband that are held together by superglue now. They are comfortable to wear for long periods of time. The ear cups cover the whole ear and helps drown out outside noise with its passive noise concellation. Sometimes i forget i have them on until i get up and I am about to drag my listening device with me. I believe these headphones are targeted for the younger generations due to the color schemes, I found myself wanting more from the headphones during my listening sessions. I enjoy all kinds of music from Corinne Bailey Rae to E-40. When listening to anything other then hiphop I am overly pleased, its when I go to my hip hop tunes and I want to hear some low end music i find myself wanting to switch with my wife for her beats by dre headphones. Streets by 50 do not even compare to beats by dre when it comes to bass, period! I would recommend these headphones to a friend.Pros:Very durableVery comfortable on headEnjoyable listening experience with most musicHeadphones cups provide good noise cancelationNeutral:targeted to the younger generationmay not like the color schemesCons:Bass lovers left wanting moreunless you get them on sale they are expensive 4Forget Beats, get Streets I bought a pair of these for an ex a couple Christmases ago, and she hasn't stopped raving about them since, saying she likes them even more than many of the Beats she's tried, if for no other reason than they have more to them than just bass. So when I decided to get a pair of stylish and semi-high-quality headphones for my own road trips and such, I figured I'd give these a try. Here's my personal opinion.- Sound Quality--These don't deliver the kind of clarity as a pair of Sennheisers, of course, but for a hundred dollars, I'd say they're still pretty great. One of the first things I listened to with these was an episode of The Blacklist, and Spader's growl sounded simply amazing. The ear cups do a top-notch job of keeping the sound in, and even on low, I can hear everything pretty well.- Comfort--I can wear these things for a couple hours straight without much thought, but at a certain point, I do need to take a break. The ear cups and the degree to which the headband clamps down are just too tough for much more than a couple hours of use.- Build Quality--These things are solid from the headphones, themselves, to the thick cord. I've never worried about breaking them, and I'd feel confident throwing them in with my luggage if need be. As I said above, though, the ear cups are a little too tough for my liking, and the band tends to clamp down a little hard around my head. So keep that in mind.- Mic--If you plan on using the mic, all I can really say about it is only one person out of a handful has ever complained about the sound quality, and honestly, I think that was due to my phone, not this product.- Appearance--Simply put, these things look great. I bought whites for my ex, and blues for myself. And they're both sleek, both stylish, both total eye-catchers. Personally, I see no need to spend three times as much for a "b" when you can have this level of style for a fraction if that.In summation, these have their flaws, but they're still a great pair of headphones, especially for this price. 4Great for the price Been using these for a couple years now. Often for travel, making music, or mowing the lawn. They've held up through everything with no apparent wear or tear. They're still in as good of condition as the day I bought them.There's only two downsides to there headphones in my opinion. The first being that the remote on the wire has no volume control, it's simply for pausing/skipping music. It does have a microphone in it, though. But if you use a MacBook, the MacBook won't register the mic on the headset and you'll have to use the computer's built in mic or another device. I have no problem using the mic on these headphones when connected to a PC.Another disadvantage is the way the cable plugs into devices. With certain phone cases, the plug simply doesn't fit. I ended up switching cases specifically so the headphone jack would plug in.Overall the sound quality is very good. Nothing top of line but great for the price. 4Nowhere near the audio quality expected I bought mine at a fraction of the list price during during Black Friday of 2013. I figured that even if they weren't perfect, they'd be a good value for what I was paying. I was wrong.The GoodThe packaging is nice.They have a nice look to them (I bought the white).They've been nice ear muffs during cold days in the winter.The construction seems to be fairly sturdy.The BadThe audio quality itself isn't great. I'm not an audiophile by any means, but I've tried enough headphones to know that these come up way short for the price point. I've listened to a variety of music styles on them as well as podcasts, and everything is just kind of 'meh.'There is a fair amount of audio bleed that comes out of them. I knew that going in, and it isn't terrible, but it is enough for me to think about in a public place.A lot of external sounds get magnified by these headphones. They aren't true noise cancelling, but they actually seem to be amplifying sounds around me when I'm out in a public environment.OverallIt's hard to come up with what I think the real value of these should be. I got a great discount, but I'm returning mine. At the end of the day, there are many more affordable options on Amazon that provide a better quality than you'll find from these. Unless you're just buying these for the stylish look, you're better off elsewhere. 250 really surprised me with these. Was a little skeptical on choosing these, but after listening to them (with Fiio E11 amplifier) my reaction was WOW!This headphones have GREAT mids and highs with the perfect amount of bass, not too much (ahem, beats, ahem) and not too little to feel like you're missing something.If I had to do it all over again, I'll would buy these headphones and pair it again with the Fiio E11.Now I feel like trying a stronger amp to see how far I can take them, but I might go deaf if I do.With Beats you compromise your mids and highs in order to have way too much bass. 50 really surprised me with headphones that sound this good with only one driver and at a very reasonable price.Another plus on these headphones is how durable they are, you can REALLY bend these on any direction you could think of, and they would go back to normal position as if they just came out of the box.Give them a try, you WONT regret it one bit. 5
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A bit of a mixed bag This is an update after approximately a month with these phones:My first review was submitted after an extensive (I thought) burn in using a continuous loop of both white and pink noise. After that I felt and stated in the review that they were a confusing set of phones. Right now i think I can upgrade that initial review....they are sounding better and close to 'really good' right now. My music ranges from classic rock to blues to old ballads and they handle all of it in a balanced manner. Still a little on the 'heavy' side but nothing like the boomers from Dr. Dre and Soul. Not a hip hop fan so I want to hear all of the music but also like a set of phones that can handle big bass licks and percussion. Listening to some Stevie Ray Vaughan as write this and the sound is sweet. Seems that Mr. Jackson might actually have something here! Selling for about $100 right now and at that price it's a lot of phone.I hesitated in writing this review for several reasons.....my hearing is pretty much trashed from too many years of high volume headphone use so I question whether I am a good judge of sound quality and, these are tricky phones to evaluate. Some days they sound pretty good and others not so good. Some well recorded tracks actually sound brilliant (Something Like Olivia - John Mayer) and I think they're pretty good for the money. Then I listen to some tracks that sound somewhat muddy and distorted? So I'm not sure what i have here. As a reference point, I've used some pretty high end phones from Sony, Sennheiser and Koss so i think i know what a good set of cans should sound like and these are definitely not bad, just not as good as i would like. On the up side i got them at a bargain price on Black Friday so I'll hang onto them for a bit longer and follow up on this review. If you are in need of quality phones and can afford something in the $100 range I'd probably recommend you look elsewhere for now though. 3Best Sounding, Most Comfortable Headphones Over the past 40+ years, I've owned several different headphones including AKG professional grade headphones.These are by far the best sounding and most comfortable headphones I've owned for general listening. I mention general listening because headphones can be tweaked for different purposes. My AKGs are designed for studio use and are a bit anemic on the low end to facilitate accurate mixing and volume levels. They work great for that, but they're less satisfying for general listening (I write and record electronic music in my home studio). Enough with the resume', here's the information you'll really be interested in. These headphones have deep, solid bass, clear, uncolored midrange and plenty of sparkle in the high end. The sound is very well balanced and is well suited for any style of music. I've listened to acoustic, electronic, rock, jazz, classical, dance and used them watching movies. In each case, they sound great. My only minor criticism is that the bass can be a little too much on some styles of music such as electronic dance music. Most stereo systems and portable devices have some EQ control where you can adjust the bass level, so this isn't really a problem. I've used these on my home stereo system, my smartphone and tablet. They work equally well on all of them. No headphone amp needed. They're very comfortable. Normally, I can't wear headphones for more than about 45 minutes before my ears start to ache from the pad pressure. Not the case with these. I've worn them for over two hours at a time with no pain. They form a very solid, comfortable seal when you put them on. The foam in the earpads has a slightly different consistency than I've encountered before. They're not as spongy. Keep in mind that they form a seal that blocks some noise, but they are not noise cancelling headphones. They're average weight for this type of headphone with good build quality. Another difference with these over other headphones is that you can unplug the cord from the headset itself. It's about time someone thought of that. They come with a 4 1/2 ' cord which has a microphone so you can use them with your mobile phone. The plugs are 1/8" stereo on each end. An accessory adapter comes with them that appears to split the 1/8" stereo plug into two 1/8" mono plugs. I have no idea what purpose that serves. It would have been much more useful to include a 1/8" to 1/4" stereo adapter plug to use with stereo receivers and pro audio equipment. I bought a separate 12' 1/8" to 1/4" cord to use with my stereo system. There are numerous options for cords and adapters. Beware of the really cheap ones. If they work at all, they generally don't hold up with long term use. I have many years of experience with that. To sum it all up, these are almost sensually comfortable and have clear, well balanced sound with solid bass. The removable cord with a microphone is a plus. They work equally well on full size stereo systems and portable devices. 5Great headphones! New found respect for 50 cent So I bought these purely because they were on sale. I am in Afghanistan right now and they arrived quick! Upon initial inspection of packaging..presentation is awesome. They come in a nice box that has a sleeve. Then the box itself opens up like a book and BAM! there they are. sitting in a black molded plastic encasment with a clear molded plastic cover. Very nice. So like a little schoolgirl getting her issue of teen beat in the mail, I took them out and put them on my head. I love the ear cups? I gues what they are called. They are the most comfortable design I've ever had, but then again, I've never owned a pair of 200 dollar plus headphones, so who knows. The design itself is very sleek and they feel really solid. Sound quality is great as well. It is hard to explain, but when I listen to audio with movies and such, the audio feels like it has dimension I guess you could say. Things that are far away aren't just softer level, they feel far away if that makes sense.... I am not a headphone expert, but I like these alot. 5Don't be fooled into paying twice as much when these headphones are just as great! These headphones are amazing! You can spend a small fortune on other similar headphones that have a big name attached but there is no reason to when you can get these for a MUCH better price. Very comfortable to wear, lightweight but sturdy. Great sound, bass and treble. Absolutely LOVE that the aux cord comes off! This is great when your using the headphones while biking, running, rollerblading etc.Saves you from what could be a disaster. The ONLY downfall with these is that they are just purple. The pictures online make it look like they go from blue to purple depending on lighting and position but they are only purple. 5Great Headphones I just got these headphones (white) and have spent the day listening to music. I must say, they seem to be made really well and they are fairly comfortable. I chose these partially because I have a bigger than average head, and I saw multiple reviews commenting on how they accommodate larger noggins.The sound is excellent. However, the bass is not as good as other headphones I've tried, so if you're concerned with having a sharp bass that pops, then these aren't a good choice for you.I don't find these to be very good looking, but I wouldn't say they're ugly either. That said, the good sound makes up for the so-so looks. I was really hesitant getting the white headphones, as they look more grey/silver in the picture. However, they are white and don't really look like the grey color shown in the pictures.I'm very happy with my purchase and hope that they last. 5Street by 50 almost getting it right I bought these head phones for 2 reasons.1. Because my wife took over my beats by dre2. They were on sale for $67.I do not consider myself a Audiophile but I am very particular about headphones since i have them on my head whenever i am on my laptop, tablet or Zune HD. I enjoy the fact the Street by 50 are very durable and comfortable. My beats I mean my wife beats by dre have several cracks in the headband that are held together by superglue now. They are comfortable to wear for long periods of time. The ear cups cover the whole ear and helps drown out outside noise with its passive noise concellation. Sometimes i forget i have them on until i get up and I am about to drag my listening device with me. I believe these headphones are targeted for the younger generations due to the color schemes, I found myself wanting more from the headphones during my listening sessions. I enjoy all kinds of music from Corinne Bailey Rae to E-40. When listening to anything other then hiphop I am overly pleased, its when I go to my hip hop tunes and I want to hear some low end music i find myself wanting to switch with my wife for her beats by dre headphones. Streets by 50 do not even compare to beats by dre when it comes to bass, period! I would recommend these headphones to a friend.Pros:Very durableVery comfortable on headEnjoyable listening experience with most musicHeadphones cups provide good noise cancelationNeutral:targeted to the younger generationmay not like the color schemesCons:Bass lovers left wanting moreunless you get them on sale they are expensive 4Forget Beats, get Streets I bought a pair of these for an ex a couple Christmases ago, and she hasn't stopped raving about them since, saying she likes them even more than many of the Beats she's tried, if for no other reason than they have more to them than just bass. So when I decided to get a pair of stylish and semi-high-quality headphones for my own road trips and such, I figured I'd give these a try. Here's my personal opinion.- Sound Quality--These don't deliver the kind of clarity as a pair of Sennheisers, of course, but for a hundred dollars, I'd say they're still pretty great. One of the first things I listened to with these was an episode of The Blacklist, and Spader's growl sounded simply amazing. The ear cups do a top-notch job of keeping the sound in, and even on low, I can hear everything pretty well.- Comfort--I can wear these things for a couple hours straight without much thought, but at a certain point, I do need to take a break. The ear cups and the degree to which the headband clamps down are just too tough for much more than a couple hours of use.- Build Quality--These things are solid from the headphones, themselves, to the thick cord. I've never worried about breaking them, and I'd feel confident throwing them in with my luggage if need be. As I said above, though, the ear cups are a little too tough for my liking, and the band tends to clamp down a little hard around my head. So keep that in mind.- Mic--If you plan on using the mic, all I can really say about it is only one person out of a handful has ever complained about the sound quality, and honestly, I think that was due to my phone, not this product.- Appearance--Simply put, these things look great. I bought whites for my ex, and blues for myself. And they're both sleek, both stylish, both total eye-catchers. Personally, I see no need to spend three times as much for a "b" when you can have this level of style for a fraction if that.In summation, these have their flaws, but they're still a great pair of headphones, especially for this price. 4Great for the price Been using these for a couple years now. Often for travel, making music, or mowing the lawn. They've held up through everything with no apparent wear or tear. They're still in as good of condition as the day I bought them.There's only two downsides to there headphones in my opinion. The first being that the remote on the wire has no volume control, it's simply for pausing/skipping music. It does have a microphone in it, though. But if you use a MacBook, the MacBook won't register the mic on the headset and you'll have to use the computer's built in mic or another device. I have no problem using the mic on these headphones when connected to a PC.Another disadvantage is the way the cable plugs into devices. With certain phone cases, the plug simply doesn't fit. I ended up switching cases specifically so the headphone jack would plug in.Overall the sound quality is very good. Nothing top of line but great for the price. 4Nowhere near the audio quality expected I bought mine at a fraction of the list price during during Black Friday of 2013. I figured that even if they weren't perfect, they'd be a good value for what I was paying. I was wrong.The GoodThe packaging is nice.They have a nice look to them (I bought the white).They've been nice ear muffs during cold days in the winter.The construction seems to be fairly sturdy.The BadThe audio quality itself isn't great. I'm not an audiophile by any means, but I've tried enough headphones to know that these come up way short for the price point. I've listened to a variety of music styles on them as well as podcasts, and everything is just kind of 'meh.'There is a fair amount of audio bleed that comes out of them. I knew that going in, and it isn't terrible, but it is enough for me to think about in a public place.A lot of external sounds get magnified by these headphones. They aren't true noise cancelling, but they actually seem to be amplifying sounds around me when I'm out in a public environment.OverallIt's hard to come up with what I think the real value of these should be. I got a great discount, but I'm returning mine. At the end of the day, there are many more affordable options on Amazon that provide a better quality than you'll find from these. Unless you're just buying these for the stylish look, you're better off elsewhere. 250 really surprised me with these. Was a little skeptical on choosing these, but after listening to them (with Fiio E11 amplifier) my reaction was WOW!This headphones have GREAT mids and highs with the perfect amount of bass, not too much (ahem, beats, ahem) and not too little to feel like you're missing something.If I had to do it all over again, I'll would buy these headphones and pair it again with the Fiio E11.Now I feel like trying a stronger amp to see how far I can take them, but I might go deaf if I do.With Beats you compromise your mids and highs in order to have way too much bass. 50 really surprised me with headphones that sound this good with only one driver and at a very reasonable price.Another plus on these headphones is how durable they are, you can REALLY bend these on any direction you could think of, and they would go back to normal position as if they just came out of the box.Give them a try, you WONT regret it one bit. 5
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