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Alpha & Delta D2

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Alpha & Delta D2. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. People are impressed by the portability and comfort. The durability and usability are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the bass quality.

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bass quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Alpha & Delta D2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Budget King

 

I am using these for more than a month now, and I am quite liking them, using them with my sony xperia Z3 quite easily. Design wise they got a good ergonomic in ear structure, and are easy to use with a nice fit, but "sort of memory wire" in the iems...

Nice Bass, strong built, ergonomic design

weird memory wire

Feb, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Alpha & Delta D2 - "I'm Australian! How much more alpha can you get?" Sam Worthington

 

Introduction: Lend Me UR ears, based in Singapore is an online and physical store that opened in December 2011 with a goal to “bring quality audio products to the masses and providing good customer service in the process” They offer free international...

IPX 4 rated, very comfortable, bundled accessories, price

Bass may be a little boomy for some

Sep, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Alpha & Delta D2m – Warm, Durable, Great Value

 

For larger views of the photos (1200 x 800) - please click on the individual imagesINTRODUCTION A little earlier this year (March) I received a PM out of the blue from Teo of Lend Me Ur Ears. While I'd heard their company mentioned by quite a few...

Value, fit / comfort, clarity, on cable controls, case, isolation, consumer friendly signature, responds well to EQ

A little boomy and bass oriented (some will find this a good thing), shallow nozzle lips

Sep, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Your Gym and Jogging companion.

 

Intro:- Thanks to the popularity of earphones and audio gears many companies linked to this business are jumping right into this business with their own earphone line ups. Lend me ur ears is one of the and largest online vendor and last year they...

Sounds nice, Build quality is really good, Sweat resistant, Plenty of accessories.

Memory wire could have been better.

Aug, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

A great choice for athletes

 

Introduction Lendmeurears of Singapore has been a quality, trusted store that has served audio lovers all over the world for a long time. They recently introduced their own in-house brand Alpha & Delta, and today we are going to focus on their sport...

Very comfortable, sturdy, form fitting, good sound

Lacks a bit of detail. Boomy bass without foam tips

Jul, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

A Sports Earphone even an Audiophile will like.

 

http://www.lendmeurears.com/alpha-delta-d2m/ Preamble: I was contacted by LendmeUrEars on May 26th and invited to give my impressions of their new Alpha/Delta IEMs, designed to be inexpensive sport earphones that are water/ sweat resistant and perform...

Very nice overall sound signature, Water resistant, Price

May be a tad Bass-Heavy for some listeners, could use a Tad more control in lower frequencies

Jul, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Great on the go. The Alpha & Delta D2 sports in-ear monitor

 

At the time this review was written, the Alpha & Delta was listed for sale on Lendmeurears website. Here is a link to their listing of the product: http://www.lendmeurears.com/alpha-delta-d2m/ Introduction Lendmeurears introduced its line of in ear...

Comfortable fit, Useful volume slider, Fun sound signature, Low price, Good isolation

Consumer oriented sound will have too much bass for some poeple, Very similar to many budget monitors already made

Jun, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Alpha & Delta D2 - Bring Your Sweaty, Athletic Masses

 

Note: The D2 used for this review was graciously supplied free of charge. The Alpha & Delta D2 is the newest in-house branded in-ear from Lend Me UR ears. Marketed for active users, the D2 is very affordable at an MSRP of only $25.92. It's IPX4 sweat...

Price, Ergonomic Design, Soft-Touch Housings, Male Vocals

Nozzle Angle, Bass Quantity

Jun, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

A solid and bassy Budget In-Ear for rough Use in every Situation

 

Preamble: After having reviewed the Alpha & Delta AD01, Lend Me UR Ears' (http://www.lendmeurears.com/) Teo asked me if I was interested in reviewing their upcoming Alpha & Delta D2 in-ear, a low budget entry-level model that was designed for careless...

bass speed & control despite the price, accessories, really good cable, good sound for the price, IEMs seem very sturdy

could use a little more sparkle in the highs, not for those looking for a non-bassy in-ear

May, 2016

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Running Wild

 

Intro TL;DR: The Alpha & Delta D2 provides an aggressive, basshead-friendly twist to the budget sport IEM format that may or may not be a good thing. Before I begin, I would like to sincerely thank Teo at Lend Me Ur Ears for providing a review sample...

Excellent build. Incredible bass. Aggressive midrange.

Bass is too powerful for my tastes.

May, 2016
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