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Get Some Wang In Your Ears with Wang Buds – Review

Fanny Wang is known for making really kick butt headphones like the 3000ANC’s which we will be reviewing soon. However, lately we were given the chance to review their new product, the Wang Buds. These earbuds are seriously kick butt. These look good, sound great and are affordable.

Some reviews have said there is quite a learning curve with this product. Not sure what they are referring to, as these just fit in your ears easily. One thing is for sure, the comfort does in fact enhance the audio quality. It also has a good, but not overpowering bass to it. However, there is not much noise cancelling ability on them, which is a downside. The volume remote could be a few millimeters down on the cord, it’s right under your chin which is a bit weird.

For $79.99, it’s a price that’s hard to beat for the quality you are getting in these buds.

4.5 / 5 stars      


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Jonathan Yaniv

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