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Lots of bass.
Pretty well defined midrange compared to (insane) amount of bass.
Decent build quality.
Works with most modern mobile phones.
Works as a PC headset.
Ergonomic, angled-nozzle design.
Low cord contact noise.
PC adapter and hard case included.
Lack of midrange.
Absence of treble.
Microphonic cable / lack of proper dampening at earpiece entry.
Rather cheap-feeling build.
With a little too much bass in it.
Silicone caps run smaller.
So they may not fit everyone.
By MadShrimps on May 19, 2010
For a new comer in this sound scene, I had high hopes. My first sound test inside my house was pretty good. Missing some on the highs, bass is good. Really liked the way you can pause and move through your MP3 files, but missing volume control.My...
By Atomic MPC on March 31, 2010
Great value handsfree headset for a smartphone, and nice audio...
By techPowerUp! on March 28, 2010
The Arctic Cooling E361-BM is an alright set of in-ears, but hardly the best sounding or cheapest on the market today. The microphone / remote pod is a nice touch and definitely adds value to the solution, however, the hit and miss sound quality along...
By PCShopTalk on March 24, 2010
At first I want to thank Arctic Cooling for providing me the Arctic Sound E361-WM Earphones for testing and reviewing.The Arctic Sound E361-WM Earphones from Arctic Cooling that I will cover more in-depth in this review, have a nice aluminium chassis...
By HardwareHeaven on March 23, 2010
We couldn't find either set of earphones for sale in the UK as they have only just been released. The recommended retail price of the E361 is a shade over £30 which is a very good price for what is offered. The E352 is a little dearer at £45 but...
By Hardware Secrets on March 16, 2010
Here is a summary of what we found out about Arctic Cooling's Arctic Sound E361-WM earphones. Strong PointsStrong bass without any distortionsNice caseThree different options of silicone capsGood sound immersionDoubles as a headsetMicrophone has...
By About.com on March 15, 2010
Manufacturer's SitePrior to getting a set of their earphones by mail, I've actually never heard of Swiss-based company Arctic Cooling. Formed in 2001, the company produces an interesting mix of electronics devices, including PC cases, CPU...
By Techgage on March 15, 2010
It isn't often that a PC peripheral company produces something so different that I end up with a loss for words. That rare day has come today. Arctic Cooling, which has had a long line of successful CPU cooling and chassis products, has decided to...
By Top Review Shop on March 09, 2010
Arctic Sound. Chances are, the name does not ring any bells. But what about Arctic Cooling? For anyone who’s ever looked into building a custom computer, it should - Arctic Cooling is one of most respected brand names when it comes to...
By Rbmods.com on March 08, 2010
Priced around 40€, E361-WM gives me a bit mixed feelings. The sound quality is definitely above the average headphones on the market, but then again you get similar sound quality without the annoying bass boost for less. However as a combination of...
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