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Groov-e Fusion Bluetooth headphones – Go wired or wireless – Ideal for the new iPhone

groov-e fusion headphones

Welcome to my review of the Groov-e Fusion headphones.

The Key features –

– 40mm drivers.
– Super Bass sound
– Impedance 32 ohm
– Frequency 20Hz-20Khz
– Sensitivity 98dB+/-3dB
– Microphone Sensitivity -58dB
– Connect via Bluetooth or via the included removable 3.5mm audio cable.
– Built in microphone so you can receive calls on the go
– 10-12 hours of audio playback
– Swivel soft ear cups offer ease of adjusting headphones. They fold too, making it convenient for travelling.
– Colours – black, gold, silver

The Design

The groov-e fusion headphones are the new headphones from groov-e. With the soon to be released new iPhone which will not have a 3.5mm headphone jack, bluetooth headphones are going to explode in popularity. groov-e believes they have the solution with their new fusion headphones, which will of course work with any phone, device or computer that either has bluetooth audio or a 3.5mm headphone jack. The headphones are made from a lightweight plastic, with swivel folding cups. The cups have soft pads too. The headphones allow for basic controls from play/pause, answer/end call, reject call, skip/rewind tracks, last number dialled and volume up/down.

The Sound Quality

At an official retail price of £34.99 you are not going to get audiophile grade of headphones. What you do get is a fun sound, with the emphasis on bass. Consequently the mids and treble are somewhat recessed at times. I am not aware that these headphones include APT-X codec either. Despite the recessed mids and treble, I did enjoy listening to my music with the headphones especially the sub bass effects when present in the tracks and I can imagine the average consumer would enjoy listening to these too.

I have included a video review of the groov-e fusion headphones below.

Conclusion

The groov-e provide a fun sound, with added sub bass when listening to music. For call quality they offer average call quality. They are not audiophile grade headphones, hence why they cost a modest £34.99.

The official retail price is £34.99 although Amazon currently have the headphones on offer at under £30 in various colours.

For the latest pricing on Amazon UK – Click HERE.