As you hastily run out the door with keys, coffee, and work satchel in hand, you step to the street with an advantage over the pavement-pounding army of ants ... you're armed with music. Well, you're actually armed with half of the Siege Audio Headphone package; the low profile Tally headphones in your auditory cavities drown-out surrounding noise so you can psych yourself up for another week of hell. After a full day of darkening 'The Man’s' bottom line and nearly an hour of playing the 'who-do-I-least-want-to-sit-next-to' game on the subway, peal off your work gear, grab a cold libation, and enjoy a musical meltdown with the full-size Voucher headphones over your ears.
- Voucher—Frequency Response: 18Hz-20kHz; Sensitivity: 110 dB; Impedance: 32 Ohms
- Tally—Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz; Sensitivity: 110 dB; Impedance: 16 Ohms
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Don't waste your money!
What all these other reviews said is true. Frankly, these headphones are a joke. Luckily I snagged them for $5 so I didn't lose much. As soon as I took them out of the package I knew it didn't look good from how light both pairs were, especially the big ones. As an aspiring DJ who is friends with a large number of them in Austin and Houston, I know what good headphones consist of but I figured, $5 why not? The over-the-ears have NO bass, I mean ZERO bass. They sound hollow. I couldn't even just jam out with them, let alone spin records. The only thing they had going for them was comfort.
The ear buds suck too. I was really hoping I could at least justify the $5 from them, but hardly. They are the opposite- too much bass! But in a bad way. So much bass they're very fuzzy, and almost no treble to go with it.
Can't use either pair, the sound quality is just terrible. I would probably have to write a letter to SEIGE had I actually paid the original price of $150 .
The quality of the Siege headset is incredible! I just can't get over how clear the sound is! :D The only downfall is that they don't fold up. But I'm not complaining.
The ear buds that come with them are not very durable, they broke before I even used them. The audio on the buds were not very good at all. But I am mostly into the full size headphones.
It's alright for what I paid for this which was like 12 bucks on WhiskeyMilitia. So I don't have anything to complain about really. The buds have good bass but the treble's alright. The over the head has good treble but is missing out on the bass. My suggestion: get a dual headphones and rock both of them.
My first one star review. Picked these up on Whiskey for super cheap, around 19 bucks I think, and I am still bent. These are the worst quality headphones I've ever come across. These are worse than free promotional headphones. I have no idea what Siege was thinking. No bass, like literally NO bass. The quality is awful. Nothing is clear. They are comfy on the head but that's it. Just plain terrible headphones. Sorry Siege, but figure it out.
Over-Ears are sweet
I got a pair of the over-ear headphones, (didnt get the earbuds as I didnt order the package) and I'm very impressed. The sound quality is pretty sweet, but you get what you pay for. They dont have a killer bass, but its there, not around bose sound quality, but for a nice pair of over-ears for a decent price you can't go wrong.
DO NOT BUY THESE. I picked them up on Whiskeymilitia for I think 36 bucks, not even worth that. the over-ears feel cheap and flimsy and have no bass. The earbuds are even cheaper and fall apart with the slightest of stress. The combo is worth maybe 15 dollars at most. the sound quality is worse than the stock apple ipod buds.