Sonic Impact HF1 High Fidelity Earphones Review

Are the Sonic Impact HF1 High Fidelity Earphones a good value or are they simply not worth buying? Let’s take a look at the specs for these earbud style earphones and see what we can find out about them.

review continued below…

As we can easily determine, Sonic Impact HF1 High Fidelity Earphones are pretty standard, inexpensive, earphones. It has the typical 13mm Drivers that produce a frequency response between 18 Hz - 22 Khz. Nothing outstanding there.

There isn’t anything special about the Sonic Impact HF1 High Fidelity Earphones over what is typically packaged with most MP3 players except very low end ones. In fact, I’d venture to say that you won’t see any improvement over your present stock earbuds.

Selecting the right earphones for your digital music player is quite important. A good set will be comfortable to wear and provide listening enjoyment. The Sonic Impact HF1 High Fidelity Earphones are merely adequate. They just aren’t going to be an improvement over what you probably already have.

My recommendation is to save your money and buy a premium set of earbud style earphones. The bottom line is that you would be better off to save your money instead of buying a set or even two sets of Sonic Impact HF1 High Fidelity Earphones unless you need a cheap replacement set of earphones..


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Comment by AoC Fan
2008-07-02 14:41:31

Those prices on eBay are sick. I bought mine for a lot more.

Comment by Fergus Mayhew
2008-07-07 10:38:19

Judging by your review, the Sonic Impact HF1 High Fidelity Earphones really aren’t a very good buy. I “inherited” my daughter’s discarded iPod now that she has upgraded to a better model (her weeks of babysitting are beginning to pay off) and I’m having a great time with it.

The only problem is that the earphones are horrible, and I’m determined to find a better pair with good sound. But, however, I want a pair that don’t make me look as if I’m wearing a Danish pastry on each ear. Any suggestions?

Comment by jfc
2008-07-07 11:03:28

Hi Fergus,

I recommend the Sennhieser CX series (not the MX series I recently reviewed) or the Maximo iM 490 iMetal which I also reviewed.

I usually go with full sized headphones if I can because the isolation and sound quality are so much better but you can’t always do that unless you don’t mind looking really dorky.

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