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  • The Nakamichi BT Headphones are simply fantastic. They are over the ear, have built-in volume, forward, back, play/pause controls, as well as act as a Bluetooth headset for your phone. All of that, while great, is pretty standard stuff for most any Bluetooth headphones. Nothing original or inspiring there. Even the design, while nice, is nothing extraordinary. They are very lightweight compared to some Bluetooth (and non-bluetooth) headphones I have used, but not a big selling point. Still and all, they are very, very comfortable, and that is very important.

    I know what these songs are supposed to sound like under pristine conditions. I can feel when a pair of headphones or speakers are ill equipped to handle this wide variety of music. Few can honestly do a great job with them all. I was happy that, for the most part, the Nakamichi BT Headphones did handle them all well, and did so much to my surprise.

  • The Bluetooth range is very good. I tested up to fifty feet before the audio dropped out. Pretty good! And the control buttons worked great when paired with my iPhone 5s. Hold the Power Button for a second initiates Siri on the iPhone, and the built-in Mic works well. It does take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the placement of the buttons, and I wish that the controls were more touch responsive. Volume, for instance, seems to have a strange delay to it, as does powering it on and pairing it. Still, these are minor quibbles for the price and performance of the Nakamichi BT Headphones.


    Maki Japan today announced the launch of Nakamichi brand wireless headphones NW501 for iPhone / iPad / iPod touch. The headphones come with a dongle which has to be paired with iPhone / iPad / iPod touch for wireless connectivity. Pairing is very fast and simple. You can use the Nakamichi wireless headphones NW501 with a portable audio player with the provided connection cable. It is possible to use even if the battery of the wireless headphone needs charging.


    The main specification of Nakamichi wireless headphones NW501: driver size is 40mm, 50KΩ, sound pressure sensitivity – 70dB 95dB, the S / N ratio 20Hz ~ 20kHz, impedance frequency .The built-in rechargeable battery takes approximately 4 to 5 hours to charge. Fully charged battery can be used for approximately 5 hours continuously. The headphones weigh about 173g and are available in Japan for approximately 9,980 yen ($100). The phones can be folded for easy carrying in the pouch.

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  • 12-26-2012, 10:10 AM   #3
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    Quote:
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    REVIEW OF OTHER NAKAMICHI HEADPHONES COMING SOON.
    I'm dying of anticipation here.
     


    First, if you read my review of the , you will know that Nakamichi is a manufacturer of high-end audio equipment that I loved from the 80’s and 90’s but had left the U.S. market a decade ago. The trio of products they have recently launched back in the U.S. are all budget priced in a very competitive and busy market. The first product I reviewed was the Bluetooth Speaker and while I liked the build quality and features, the actual audio was sub-par and left me wanting more. I feared that the second product I was to review, these Nakamichi BT Headphones, would suffer a similar fate.

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The Bluetooth range is very good. I tested up to fifty feet before the audio dropped out. Pretty good! And the control buttons worked great when paired with my iPhone 5s. Hold the Power Button for a second initiates Siri on the iPhone, and the built-in Mic works well. It does take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the placement of the buttons, and I wish that the controls were more touch responsive. Volume, for instance, seems to have a strange delay to it, as does powering it on and pairing it. Still, these are minor quibbles for the price and performance of the Nakamichi BT Headphones.