Incase Sonic Over-Ear Headphones

  • Incase Sonic Over-Ear Headphones
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  • A unique collaboration of matte rubber, memory foam, and micro-fleece materials snag the Incase Sonic over-ear headphones extra points for comfort and durability, while the 40mm driver sharpens acoustics with impressive detail.
  • Soft, Luxurious feel, Extremely comfortable, Open, spacious sound, Solid bass response


  • Space-conscious travelers might lament the lack of a folding headband.
  • Excessively sharp treble, 3.5 foot cord plays a bit short

Expert reviews and ratings

By Macworld Australia on 70

At $180, the Sonics are significantly cheaper than most of the other head- phones on test. The audio quality makes them a good buy, so long as you can envis- age yourself going out in public with the bulk and retro design.Related Tags: headphones,...

By TechRadar on 80

When you think of the name Incase you'll invariably think about aftermarket Macintosh products. From super slick iPhone and iPad cases to protective products for your MacBook Pro , SF-based Incase does one thing very well: They make great looking...

By cnet on 83

The Incase Sonic headphones are a standout first effort for Incase. Their elongated earcups and memory foam lend a supremely comfortable fit, and the powerful titanium drivers inside add sweetness to their sound that earns them a universal...

By Mobile Magazine on 80

Incase has several sets of headphones in addition to their extensive line of iPhone and iPad cases. The company went ahead and slipped these bad boys into all the Apple Stores, which is where I saw it. I thought, damn that’s a nice headphone box,...

By on 60

Unlike rivals like the headphones which use a smorgasbord of materials to create a product, the strikingly minimal Incase Sonics use very few.They're mainly plastic (though finished in a beautifully tactile 'soft-touch' coating), with a...

By Digital Trends on 75

The full-size Incase Sonic headphones are so well designed, they make you want to love them; but some occasionally shrill treble could be a deal breaker for some picky...

By Beatweek Magazine on 80

Incase is so thoroughly known as a case maker that the word is right there in its brand name. But wanting more, the company has expanded into audio products. And rather than dabbling, Incase has gone all-in with a set of $199 headphones called...

By GadgetMac on 80

In case you were in the dark, Incase has its very own line of headphones and they are very promising. You might know Incase as one of the biggest names in the case, sleeve and bag business and rightfully so. My very first protective case years ago was...

By Gizmodo on

Incase makes…headphones? Yep. The iPhone case maker and all around Apple accessory extraordinaire is dipping their toe into audio and like all the gear you've come to expect from Incase, the detail and build quality is awesome. But what about...