Radius radHeadphone Live earphones: Titanium drivers wrapped in style

The Radius radHeadphone Live earphones are sleek, durable, and work well for hip hop and pop music, but those with a more eclectic taste in music should steer clear due to the sometimes overpowering low-end.

Radius popped onto the scene this year with a collection of stylish, generally good-sounding earphones that were priced to sell and featured Japanese design characteristics indicative of their mother country. The company is now expanding its U.S.-based line to include the radHeadphone Live earphones, another good-looking pair that houses a set of titanium drivers in its earpieces.

Like the well-received Atomic Bass earbuds, the Live earphones are heavy on the bass--too heavy at times--but these have a higher-quality build and a price tag to match ($79.99).

Read the Radius Live headphone review.

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