Warm & Smooth
Ideal for Casual
1 Year of
Android & iOS
The Audio Technica ATH-CLR100iS is one of the best budget earphones. Not only does it prove that powerful punchy music can be produced by tiny earphones but also are an attractive pair with their myriad colour combinations. These earphones go a step ahead and even provide you with core bass technology and a cord wrap that makes your life easier, preventing your cords from tangling.
Control on your Fingertips
|DRIVERS||8.5 mm Dynamic Drivers|
|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||20 - 25,000 Hz|
|MAXIMUM INPUT POWER||20 mW|
|WIRED CONNECTIVITY||3.5mm Input|
|CABLE TYPE||1.2 m (3.9') Y-type|
|BOX CONTENTS||Audio-Technica - ATH-CLR100iS earphones|
Don’t sweat it, This Audio-Technica product is covered by a 1 Year manufacturer's warranty.
| ₹ 649/- ₹ 910/- || ₹ 699/- ₹ 999/- || ₹ 699/- ₹ 1,290/- || ₹ 999/- ₹ 1,290/- |
|Warranty||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year|
|Sound||Warm & Smooth||V-shaped||Extra Bass||Bright|
|Housing||Plastic||Aluminium Alloy Housing||Plastic Housing||Plastic|
|Cable||Standard||Regular||Flat-Tangle Free||Tangle-Free Cables|
|Ergonomics||Angular Fit||Angular Fit||Angular Fit||Angular Fit|
|Eartips||3 pairs ear tips||3 pairs ear tips||3 pairs of Eartips (S/M/L)||4 pair hybrid ear tips|
|Should You Buy?|
|Our Verdict|| |
If your in the market looking for a good pair of earphones that give you warm and natural sound in a budget then these are ones worth the consideration.
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Been using these cans for 2 weeks now, I consider myself an avid audiophile so take the following words with a grain of salt.
Comparing these to the Sennheiser CX 180, JBL T110BT and Boat Bassheads 225,
Sound Quality is quite clear, the bass range is slightly less potent than CX 180 and much lesser than the JBLs, even the bassheads have more bass than this but the overall sound reproduction rivals the JBL and passes the sennheiser in my opinion.
The mids and highs are really good so any type of music apart from latest bollywood and EDM/Trap etc, would be a treat to listen to with these.
If you want higher bass though, get the CX180s,
Now coming to the build quality, these really feel extensively fragile and require a bit more care.