The Review makes it return with a whole bunch of Autumnal tech to wet your digital appetites over the coming weeks, kicking things off today with these little lads - the Scosche IDR665m Earbuds - designed to work beautifully with your iPod, Pad or Phone (and I have found even controlling iTunes through your headphone jack on your Mac). Set in stainless steel and black plastic, complemented brilliantly by tangle free cord, these have very nice form factor indeed, over-stepping similar models from the likes of Sennheiser or Sony, however at RRP of £79.99 maybe will feel a little pricey for some folks as Mr Osbourne wields the cutting axe.
Sound quality wise, high notes sound great, and although these are only sound isolating, not noise cancelling, even in the busyness of the northern line you will be able to enjoy great treble with little distraction from the outside world. The bass in these is succulent (as good as it gets for an ear-bud) - providing warm pounding notes from Coltrane to the Dead Weather.
Well worth checking out if you want something that will give you sleek style and sound, as well as being able to punch back and forth through your new and noteworthy playlist with the click of the handy in-line control. This plus the handy little sheepskin pouch to keep them snugly wrapped up and a whole handful of different silicone ear moulds to fit even the most oddly shaped ears make this a great little setup.