Ferrari Cavallino T350 Headphones Headphones, Macro, Reviews | TONEAudio MAGAZINE

27 Mar 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Ferrari Cavallino T350 Headphones Headphones, Macro, Reviews | TONEAudio MAGAZINE

Ferrari is well known the world as a premium automaker. iconic prancing horse is as recognizable as the silhouette of a Coca-Cola  Owners and admirers of the car consume merchandise (T-shirts, caps, etc.) with equal but most audiophiles cringe at the of automobile-branded audio products; the reception to the Ferrari-branded Art.Engine loudspeaker introduced a few years ago is a example.

Understandably, the famed carmaker does not put its name on off-the-shelf products, so it sought out (which is now 36 years old), and the two worked closely together to and build a complete line of and music docks.  The collection draws its inspiration Ferrari’s GT road cars, the Scuderia collection reflects the F1 racing team.

The $399 T350 is the top-of-the-range in the Cavallino collection, and its attractive leather skin wrapped its aluminum body is an instant turner.  Those feeling incognito can choose the all-black But when you are wearing something Ferrari, why not attract a little

While the T350s are considered headphones, they are not circumaural  Instead, they feature ear that rest on the ear (and are called supra-aural).  For reason, their passive isolation is quite good. headphones also employ impressive active noise (ANC) for even better noise rejection—maybe not as good ANC as models from Bose, but better than most ANC I’ve experienced.  But, as all ANC headphones, do expect some when the circuit is engaged.

The T350 requires a pair of AAA to operate, because a passive is not present.  Luckily, the T350 a ridiculously long battery  I use the included alkaline batteries for a of hours before bed nightly for two weeks before the battery turns amber, indicating the juice is low.  Those rechargeable batteries should that the charge stamina suffer slightly if you do.

Like most modern the T350 is Apple-device friendly, to its removable audio cable 3.5-mm plug and integrated and remote—but the designers didn’t there.  The T350 comes with cables will work with Windows, Android and BlackBerry for phone calls and music making them truly independent.  And everything can be neatly in the included faux-carbon-fiber case.

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I use the latest-generation 160-gigabyte iPod for most of this review. to Rodríguez’ Searching For Sugar Man soundtrack via the T350 is a pleasant experience, his vocals nicely separated the acoustic guitar and percussion  These are a closed-back set of phones a very spacious sound—the in the track “Cause” feels as if it way beyond the boundaries of my head.

The overall tonal balance is linear through the mids to the highs, and they possess sibilance-free extension, with the sounding organic rather processed.  Pink Martini’s Smypathique is a album that offers sound quality while perky.  With these there is plenty of air around the in “Song of the Black Lizard,” but the program material to some hip-hop tracks reveals the shortcoming:  The lower bass is lacking, but part of this is the of using the iPod directly.  phones will need a amp to get the full-bodied bass they are of.  Plugging into the Red Audio Isabellina DAC/amp, for brings Snoop Dogg to life.  Comparing these to a few recently reviewed phones, the Logitech UE9000s, also the Logic3 phones to be slightly

Either way, this is a collaboration out of the chute.  Ferrari by has created a competent, stylish and pair of headphones worthy of the horse.  The big question is whether will appeal equally to the for fans) and the audiophiles.  Regardless, I’m forward to Logic3’s next with or without the prancing badge.   -Jeff Dorgay

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