Review: iFrogz Coda Wireless Over-Ear Headphones

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iFrogz have added a new pair of stylish looking Bluetooth over-ear headphones to their range with an affordable £29.99 SRP price tag.

iFrogz Coda Wireless - Box

Their Coda Wireless headphones come nicely packaged with a quick start guide and both Micro USB charging and 3.5mm audio cables. Available in a choice of colours, the version I received is finished in a black soft-touch plastic with their logo on a distinctive shiny disc on the outside of each earpiece. The non-foldable band has a layer of rubberised material underneath to prevent slipping, and the over-ear cups are padded with PU leather. I’d say these have the look and feel of a much more expensive set of headphones

iFrogz Coda Wireless - Contents

The controls and ports are situated around the edge of the right earpiece – Micro USB and 3.5mm aux sockets below the multi-function on/off/pair/answer/play/pause button and a couple of track skip / volume buttons. With your hand over the ear-cup, these are easy to locate and operate with your thumb.

iFrogz Coda Wireless - Side

These headphones had a great fit and stayed securely in place while remaining comfortable. The spacious cups didn’t cramp by ears and provided a nice level of isolation from the outside world.

iFrogz Coda Wireless - Earcup

Moving on to the all important audio performance and the 40mm drivers delivered a powerful and bass-heavy sound signature. If you like a lot of bass then these will definitely appeal, but I did find that the bass is so dominant that it does tend to overpower the mid-range and even the treble somewhat.

iFrogz Coda Wireless - Bottom

You get up to 10 hours of battery life and stable Bluetooth reception which is backed up by the option of a 3.5mm wired connection.

Overall these are certainly an attractive and well made set of cans for the price. If you like some boom to your bass then you’ll want to check these out from the link to the ZAGG website below…

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Good

  • Stylish
  • Nicely Made
  • Comfortable
  • Inexpensive
  • Wired or Wireless
  • Easy Controls

Bad

  • Not Foldable
  • Bass Heavy
7.2

Good

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