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Sony Triqii Headphones Review

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Tour & Design

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• They seem adequately durable.

• They look a bit cheap.

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Tour


The Sony Triqiis are a set of on-ears with foam padding and not many features.

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The ear cups have foam padding, which is a staple of inexpensive headphones and not one of our favorites.

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The plug is just a regular ol' 1/8-inch.

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There's really not much to these things, so instead of reaching for a few more sentences like this one that needlessly pad out the word count, let's get right to the HATS pictures and get this review started.

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In The Box


In the Triqiis' box you'll find a pouch. The headphones are also in there, but that's about it.

**Durability**     (*6.50**)*


These headphones seem durable enough. They have a thick cord, not a lot of moving parts, and there's not a whole lot that can break. Best of all, if they do, they're super inexpensive to replace! When you can replace a set of headphones 10 times for the price of a decent set of Sennheisers, durability isn't as much of an issue. 

**Aesthetics**     (*4.00**)*


For a set of $30 headphones, these aren't bad. The hornet color scheme will be sure to elicit some primordial fear in the hearts of others, which is always a plus, but the headphones also don't sit 100% correctly on the head, which can look a bit silly if anyone even notices it. The cups felt like both were twisted a few degrees counter clockwise.

Regardless, these headphones look like a nice, if cheap, pair of headphones.

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Sections

  1. Tour & Design
  2. Sound Quality
  3. Isolation
  4. Comfort
  5. Usability
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  8. Shure SE115 Comparison
  9. Audio-Technica ATH-ESW9 Comparison
  10. Conclusion
  11. Ratings & Specs
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