iFrogz Mogul and Ronin DJ Headphones Review

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSHNdnOaNnsYaX8fQ1kOfMIzz5fs4_m3Mt2n8yEVtg_fWtvvmgqGgMusic appreciation seems to be an inherited instinct. The need for quality audio is something everyone can appreciate not just audiophiles. The problem with quality audio is the inherent price hike that comes along with it. It is very rare to find high end abounding equipment for budget friendly prices; today we will be looking at two, such products. The Ronin DJ Style Headphones from iFrogz and their brethren the Moguls. Let’s check them out and see if iFrogz has been able to pull it off again:

 

 

Provided by: iFrogz

Price:

Closer Look:

Mogul

 

 Ronin:

 

 

 

Specifications and Features:

Mogul:

  • Diver Unit: 50 mm
  • Impedance: 32 ohms
  • Sensitivity: 116 dB
  • Frequency Response: 10-30,000 Hz
  • Cord Length: 1.5 m
  • Plug: 3.5 mm

  • Sound
    Made with 50 mm speaker drivers, Moguls deliver super-deep bass, smooth, undistorted highs, and clear vocals.

  • Comfort
    Moguls have a padded band and thick cushions, to give you maximum comfort, while spring-loaded hinges fit any head.

  • Compatibility
    Compatible with iPhone™, iPod™, BlackBerry®, and any other media device with a 3.5 mm jack.

  • Foldable Design
    Moguls fold up for convenient travel use.

Ronin:

  • Diver Unit: 50 mm
  • Impedance: 32 ohms +/- 15%
  • Sensitivity: 105 dB +/- 3 dB
  • Frequency Response: 20-20,000 Hz
  • Cord Length: 1.5 m
  • Plug: 3.5 mm

  • Sound
    Made with 50 mm speaker drivers, Ronins deliver super-deep bass, smooth, undistorted highs, and clear vocals.

  • Comfort
    Ronins have a padded band and thick cushions, to give you maximum comfort, while spring-loaded hinges fit any head.

  • Compatibility
    Compatible with iPhone™, iPod™, BlackBerry®, and any other media device with a 3.5 mm jack.

  • Foldable Design
    Ronins fold up for convenient travel use.

 

 

Conclusion:

Although the Moguls do cost more, my personal favorite of these two has to be the Ronin’s. The bass was deeper and I like the style a little better but I must say the Moguls were a lot more comfortable. Both headphones performed beyond my expectations. I loved the DJ series when they came out the first time and I am just as impressed this second time around. The treble was nice and smooth and never too sibilant and the mids rang out clearly with guitar solos and vocals. The bass on both was very impressive the 50mm drivers in these push out loud and clear sound without a hiccup. I like the Ronin’s a bit more on the bass side as I mentioned before because they don’t muddy the bass line at all, the bigger earpads tend to put a bit of a barrier between you and the bass on the Moguls but they are still a lot nicer than any skull candy headphone I have put on in the same price range (even double the price range to be honest).

Would I recommend these headphones? Yes, if you like skull candies take them wrap them up nicely and throw them directly into the trash. Get yourself a pair of these (either one) and you will be blown away with what a good pair of headphones is supposed to sound like. Even though the Ronins are my favorite you would be happy with either one of these trust me.
 

Pros:

  • Price
  • Sound Quality
  • Portable Design
  • Build Quality
  • Great customer Service

Cons:

  • None Really… 
Ronins:
Moguls:
 

 

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