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Eco-friendly, Warm mid/high range sound, Long cord length, Lightweight, Good for those with smaller ears
Great sounding, Clear and accurate sound, Quality craftsmanship
Crisp, clear sound, Lightweight, Nicely made, Long cable, Includes carrying pouch, Inexpensive compared to other brands, Very comfortable
The Thinksound Rain 9mm headphones feature an environmentally-friendly design, right down to their packaging. The earpieces are very compact and should offer most people a comfortable fit. They produces music that sounds natural and very clean.
Vocals sound distant in hip hop/rock
Lower overall volume than others, Lack of bass (but they're made that way), review# 633, Disclosure This product was given to DragonSteelMods for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review, we
The Thinksound Rain earphones may not fit people with larger ears, their mid levels can be a bit overly forward at times and their low-end is lacking.
By The Gadgeteer on May 30, 2010
Much like the movies or music they’re meant for, earbuds are a highly subjective gadget. Something so mundane can literally run the gamut of options–heavy bass, no bass, in ear, on ear, plastic, metal, etc and spark heated debate as to...
By Geeky Gadgets on May 10, 2010
Thinksound make headphones designed to be used with your MP3 player like the iPod Touch or the iPhone, although they are slightly different than some of the other headphones on the market as they have been designed to deliver a quality sound and have...
By MyMac on March 31, 2010
Thinksound reports that users are finding that the quality of the sound improves after a 24-48 hour break-in period, which definitely coincided with my experience. If you want all the technical details about frequency response and so forth, go the...
By Beatweek Magazine on March 10, 2010
Wooden earbuds are in something of a category unto themselves, as the audio they produce sounds a little less digital and a little more natural than what you’d get from standard earbuds made of metal or plastic. That “natural” isn’t going to be to...
By Digital Trends on February 22, 2010
Thinksound’s eco-friendly Rain canal phones will leave hippies happy, and satisfy budget-conscious audiophiles,...
By DragonSteelMods on February 21, 2010
The Thinksound Rain Ear Buds deliver a nice balanced audio experience that most people will appreciate. I believe for the price you're going to have a very hard time finding any pair of ear buds out there in this range that will beat these....
By cnet on January 29, 2010
The Thinksound Rain 9mm headphones offer up clean, open sound, but their bass response isn't up to snuff for many genres of music. These 'buds are best-suited for lovers of classical, oldies, and folk music. Read full review See all...
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