Legit Mods and Ends Reviews
Maximo iMetal iP-HS1 & iP-HS2 Headsets for iPhone Users
|Product:||iP-HS1 & iP-HS2|
|Date:||Sat, Mar 08, 2008 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Ken Brown -|
Deciding on the iP-HS1 or iP-HS2
Really, the first and only thing that distinguishes these headsets is their form factor. Both are earbud-type headsets, but the iP-HS1 mirrors the ‘basic’ type of headphones you get with Apple’s iPhone – or and any other media player. The iP-HS1 fits on the outside of the ear canal and really the only adjustment is made by adding the little foam cover to the face.
Each of these headsets has a Soft-touch multifunction button for call answer/end and song pause and song skip. The button on the headset makes controlling your iPhone a lot easier and for some is an absolute must have. When we first reviewed the V-Moda’s Vibe Duo, a button like this didn’t exist and many of our readers said that no matter how the earphones sounded the lack of call control was a non-starter. Shortly after our published review, V-Moda released a second version of their Vibe Duo, this time with a call control button. Maximo didn’t make that mistake and once again proved that a full-featured product does not have to break the bank.
Next Page - Performance of the iP-HS1 & iP-HS2
Page 1 - Introducing Maximo’s iMetal Headsets for the Apple iPhone
Page 2 - Deciding on the iP-HS1 or iP-HS2
Page 3 - Performance of the iP-HS1 & iP-HS2