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Symphonized NRG 3.0 Wood Earbuds Wired, In Ear Headphones with Microphone

Custom Silicone Ear Tips, A Standard 3.5 Mm Audio Jack, Wood Earbuds Wired, Studio Quality, Deep Bass

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What We Like

  • Built-in one-button control makes it easy to pause/play songs, receive/decline calls
  • Comes with different sized ear-tips that helps offer a customized fit
  • Features 3.5mm audio jack that makes it compatible with various device


  • Mediocre build quality that may not last long

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100% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

8.69 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Battery life
  • Build quality
  • Connectivity range
  • Controls and functionality
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Noise cancellation
  • Overall performance
  • Sound quality
  • Value for money
  • Common Questions


    What is the difference between nrg 2.0 and nrg 3.0?


    They're supposed to have a cord that doesn't make noise when rubbing against things, but I just upgraded from the 2.0, and I notice no difference in the amount of noise made.


    Has anyone owned these for more than 6 months and had them work? It seems like the point when 2 pairs of the 2.0 have lost sound one side.


    I use the 1.0 and 2.0 daily and have had a pair go dead sound wise but within a year and the warranty covered a replacement.


    How can you tell which is the left and right?


    If you get regular earbuds in the future, look for the little L on one of the buds and tie a knot in that cord just below the bud, that way you'll also be able to use it.


    Does the cord make a sound when it is rubbing against fabric or something else?


    I used these all day long on 9/4/18 and they made sound even if you bumped the cables.


    I want to know the difference between noise isolation and noise cancellation.


    It sounds like you're more worried about sound leakage, which is what non- users can hear.

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