JungleConcert Bluetooth Headphones Review
I was first introduced to Gorilla Gadgets couple years ago when I purchased a Gorilla Gadget external backup battery which was on sale on Woot.com since then I have had nothing but a great experience with Gorilla Gadget's back up battery.
Today, I have the privilege of reviewing JungleConcert, Gorilla gadget's over the ear Bluetooth headphones. Lucky for me, they happened to arrive the day before I had to travel for a work related trip.
Since the headphones are pliable, and come with a travel pouch I just had to take them with me. Good thing I did, because they saved me from boredom on my flight and kept me company almost everyday in my hotel room.
Coincidentally, on the airplane, I sat next to a guy who was wearing a pair of Beats Audio headphones, and I believe they were this one which cost about $350. The guy looked at me, nodded his head, and asked me what kind of headphones I was using. Naturally, I shifted to marketing mode and explained that they are JungleConcert by Gorilla Gadgets. "Hey you want to try them out?" I offered enthusiastically. And try them out he did. I could see his face admiring the sound quality of the headphones. Knowing he would ask how much they cost, I went ahead and bragged that they only cost $79 (The manufacture price is $150). He was surprised, and replied "They sound great, but they are not Beats Audio." I can tell he was jealous.
In my opinion JungleConcert is obviously takes the cake when comparing the two. Below in the pros and the improvements section, you will see why.
DSP (Digital Signal Processing)
CVC6.0 Noise and Echo reduction
Diameter: 50 mm
Impedance: 50 ohm
Lifetime: Remain 80% capacity after 300 cycles
Talking time: 10 hours
Standby time: 30 days
Charging time: 2.5 hours
JungleConcert Bluetooth headphones by Gorilla gadgets have a great design, powerful, clear sound quality, and an affordable price. For that we give it 4 TechPicks stars ★★★★