EarPollution Timbre Earphones With Mic Review

Posted: Oct 16 2009, 12:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:28am CDT, in Reviews | Misc


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The EarPollution Timbre headphones have a natural wood chamber. The drivers of the headphones are 10mm units and the impedance is 16 ohms. The frequency response is 20 Hz to 2Khz and the cord is 1.1 meters long. The plug is 3.5mm and fits the iPhone 3GS that I tested with well.

In Use
The thing you notice most about the EarPollution Timbre headphones is the wooden chambers. Most headphones have metal or plastic chambers. I don’t really notice any difference in the sound quality because of the wood chambers, but they sure look cool. You can get the headphones with light or dark wood chambers.

To test the EarPollution Timbre headphones I plugged them into my iPhone 3GS and fired up some of my favorite tunes. I was very impressed with the bass the headphones produce. The bass is impressively deep and well toned. The mid range and high range sounds are very good as well making the music very nuanced when you are listening.

The headphones also have a mic on one of the cords so you can use the headset to place and receive calls while you are listing to your tunes. The mic has good sound quality and picks up your voice well. The downside is that the mic also tends to pick up lots of the noise around you.

The EarPollution Timbre headphones come with three sets of ear tips. The default medium set fit me well and large and small sets are included as well. EarPollution sells the Timbre headphones for $49.99 and I can say that they are well worth the money. I have tested other sets of headphones costing much more that didn’t offer the kind of bass that the EarPollution Timbre headphones produce. I think these are my favorite set of earphones. The only downside is that the earphones are rather heavy feeling in the ears.




  • Great bass
  • Good overall sound quality
  • Mic
  • Good looks


  • Heavy

The EarPollution Timbre headphones are one of the best sets of earphones that I have tested at any price. If you want good looks, great sound and a mic for making calls, the EarPollution Timbre headphones are well worth the money.


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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/3" rel="author">Shane McGlaun</a>
Leading our review center, Shane McGlaun (Google) knows technology inside out. His extensive experience in testing computer hardware and consumer electronics enable him to effectively qualify new products and trends. If you want us review your product, please contact Shane.
Shane can be contacted directly at shane@i4u.com.




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