Moshi's polished Keramo earphones Video
Moshi's polished Keramo earphones Video Transcript
I'm David Carnoy, executive editor for CNET.com and I'm here with the Moshi Keramo In-ear Headphones. Moshi is known for making very stylish products, and makes a lot of iPhone and iPad cases. Also has a line of earphones and these are mid-range model, priced at $120. And really, their claim to fame is their earpieces are made out of ceramic, have a very polished stone look to them. They're very cool looking. They also sound good. They're considered balanced headphones. I found them nicely detailed with a decent amount of base but really these do not push the base. So if you're used to an earphone or want an earphone with a big boomy base, this is certainly not it. This has a flatter profile so really more balanced across the treble mid-range and base. These are slightly bigger earpieces so they may not fit everyone's ears quite as well as others. I thought they were pretty comfortable. They also do have an in-line remote with a microphone for making cell phone calls; that in-line remote is Apple-friendly. And they also come with a nice carrying case, a unique carrying case. They're designed to both protect the earphones and also are good for cord management. So all in all, an eye-catching earphone that also sounds good. It may not be for everybody, especially those who like a ton of base, but a decent enough value at $120. I'm David Carnoy and those are the Moshi Keramo In-ear Headphones. Thanks for watching.
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Moshi Keramo Review
The good: The polished ceramic finish of the Moshi Keramo in-ear headphones looks sleek and cool. The earphones deliver good, clean sound, come with a nice carrying case, and have an inline remote/mic for making cell phone calls.
The bad: The bass may not quite be punchy enough for bass lovers.
The bottom line: The Moshi Keramo earphones offer good, detailed sound and an eye-catching design for a fairly reasonable price.
Moshi Keramo Specs
Part number: 99MO035005
- Product Specifications