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>> If you have an iPhone I can tell one thing for sure. The headphones that came with it, they aren't doing you any favors. I'm Justine France and I'm here with the Radius Atomic Bass for iPhone. Now there's not a whole lot to these. They're really just an upgrade for the ones that come with your iPhone or other music phone. They're stereo headset with an integrated integrated mic and call-answer button. One thing I really like about this is the mic and call-answer button. It's really tiny. Even the earbuds themselves are very small, so if you have small or average sized ears they should fit you fine. They come in few different colors, you have black, silver, red or pink and then you just have your standard length cable for portable use. It is rather thin and tangle-prone. We have a little concerns for durability, but considering these headphones only cost $50 and they're definitely a sound improvement and comfort improvement over the ones that come with your phone, we think that this is a worthwhile upgrade. I'm Jasmine France and this has been a First Look of the Radius Atomic Bass for iPhone.
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