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NHT SuperBuds: $99 in-ear headphones won't get you high, but they go lowThe cannabis-themed SuperBuds are a well-designed and affordable earphone geared toward those who listen to bass-centric music
[MUSIC] Hi I'm David Carnoy here with a well priced $100 in ear headphone called called the SuperBuds. These are from NHT, a company known for making quality speakers and they come with their own cannabis themed packaging, though they don't include any smoking related accessories or coupons to your local marijuana dispensary [UNKNOWN] except for the artwork on their box the headphones are drug free, and look like your typical earphones all be it ones with aluminum [UNKNOWN] [UNKNOWN]. They seem well built and while they weight a little more than your standard plastic in your headphones. They're comfortable to wear and fit snuggly. And by that I mean they offer a tight seal and good noise isolation. I like the braided shoe lace like chord, and the headphones are equipped with a one button inline remote and microphone that allows you to answer and end calls, and both pause and skip audio tracks forward and back on iOS and Android devices. The remote has no volume controls, however. As far as sound goes, the SuperBuds may not be the most accurate sounding in ear headphones, but the bass is big and fat without being overpowering. It helps that the lows are balanced by a sweet mid-range and forgiving treble. So harsh sounding MP3s go down nice and easy. This headphone isn't highly detailed but the stereo imaging is admirably open and it really shined with electronica EDM and any bass-centric music. All in all, it's a good value and well worth a long look particularly if you are someone who listens to a lot of bass-centric music. I'm David Cornaway. Those would be NHT Super Buds. Thanks for watching.