Scosche IEM856md

  • Scosche IEM856md
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  • Combination of armature and dynamic speakers works quite well, Comfortable, Balanced bass, Nice case, Flat, tangle-free cord, Cord remote control and mic included


  • A bit pricey, Large for earphones, Can distort when pushed too hard

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By Sound and Vision Magazine on

A hard-driving hybrid IEM from the masters of car-sound accessories Photo: Brent ButterworthEnlarge Measured: The Scosche IEM856md See Gallery If it seems a little weird for Scosche, a company known for car audio accessories, to be getting into the...

By Macworld on 90

Scosche originally made its name several decades ago by providing aftermarket car-stereo-installation kits, as well as other car-audio equipment and accessories. When the iPod took over the audio-playback market, the company used the opportunity to...

By The Gadgeteer on

hello When writing about and reviewing earphones, I always include two points that are important to each model: the seal from the eartips and whether the earphone uses a warmer sounding dynamic or the more accurate, but bass deficient armature based...

By Macworld UK on 100

The Scosche earphones we’ve reviewed in the past have been pretty good for buds aimed at the lower end of the market. However, Scoshe’s new IEM856md earphones with TapLine III remote and mic are a definite move up to the higher league. For a...