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Amazon Price: $49.99 $25.99 You save: $24.00 (48%). (as of October 24, 2016 1:01 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

With its unique acoustical properties, wood provides the best sound reproduction there is, which is why most high-end speakers and many musical instruments are made of wood, not to mention the interiors of concert halls. And that’s where you’ll feel you are when you listen to your favorite audio devices with Symphonized natural wood headphones, with neodymium magnets providing enough power to bring out top-quality acoustics, surrounding you with energizing, high- fidelity sound as if you’re right there at a live show. With their superior strength and durability, excellent noise isolation, distortion-free volume levels and deep base, Symphonized headphones are perfect for iPhones, iPods and iPads, mp3 players, CD players and more. Choose Symphonized natural wood headphones for your listening pleasure, and we’re sure you’ll never go back to plastic.

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Customer Reviews

I’ve thrown so many away that have bad cords. So I searched on Amazon for earbuds …

307 people found this helpful.
 on October 29, 2015
By Amazon Customer
I was looking for new earbuds for my 16 year old son. I was sick of disposable earbuds; I’ve thrown so many away that have bad cords. So I searched on Amazon for earbuds with a nylon cord. We had gotten a auxiliary cord a few years ago that was wrapped with braided nylon and it has proved to be much more durable than previous cords, hence the search for tougher earbuds. We’ve had them for a few weeks so long term durability has yet to be determined but so far they are working great.

A real improvement over the original!

243 people found this helpful.
 on July 30, 2015
By B
I bought the original NRG’s from Symphonized a few days ago, and after some initial burn in and testing, I fell in love with those earphones. By far the best bang for your buck in terms of sound quality, comfort, and noise isolation. However, I had a few gripes with them: they did not work well with my phone (iPhone 6) due to randomly pausing and playing music and activating voice control, the fabric cord was easy to tangle and had static noises when rubbing against your clothes. Well, I decided to return them despite their sound in order to try the updated 2.0’s, which seemed to address those issues. Lo and behold, they certainly did! Well, for the most part. The NRG 2.0’s improve upon the design of the originals ever so slightly, however it is enough to make the difference to make me keep these. The 2.0’s main difference is that the fabric cord is now coated in a thin, transparent layer of plastic, which doesn’t fee too bad actually. It definitely solves the tangling issue, however there is still some noise when rubbing against your clothes, though it is barely noticeable when listening to music. But another new feature that solved my original deal breaking issue is that they revamped the 3.5mm audio jack. Now, instead of using a metal ring at the base of the jack, they switched to a plastic or other synthetic material. This helps the jack fit much better in the iPhone and eliminates the accidental circuit caused by the old metal ring and the phone’s metal exterior. See pictures for examples of the metal ring.

The NRG has no right to sound this good for so cheap!

30 people found this helpful.
 on September 8, 2015
By Amazon Customer
i’m not an in ear listener much. i prefer full size over ear headphones when possible. but there are times i just cant use them, and so i decided to get a cheap pair of in ears for those times. i dont have alot of experience with in ear headphones so my only reference point was my older and recently broken sennheiser cx500. i thought those were ok but nothing special. so after only a brief search i keep seeing these headphones on many “best budget in ear headphones” lists. i figured why not, so i pulled the trigger, and am thoroughly impressed with them!

Classy Design, Warm Sound with Strong Bass

18 people found this helpful.
 on March 27, 2016
By Dan
I have the NRG 1.0 and the NRG 2.0 are just as good but with a few extras. Like the 1s, I am quite impressed with the sound quality, and the design looks and feels classy. The difference between them is the 1s cable is braided nylon, while the 2.0 is braided encapsulated in a clear rubber tube. It seems more durable and tangles less. Also included with the 2.0 is 2 colors of silicone tips in 3 sizes of each, and a shirt clip. Everything else is identical including the sound quality.


71 people found this helpful.
 on May 19, 2015
By ykawai19
I’m not an audio expert, but I have definitely gone through many earphones in my life ranging from $50 to $200. I purchased the Symphonized NRG 2.0 Premium when it was $16, which is the lowest I’ve ever paid for an earphone. When it comes to sound, I do spend a bit more than average, so I was very skeptic of Symphonized earphones because of their prices. Much to my surprise, these deliver superb sound! I recently also purchased a Harman Kardon SOHO II Noise Cancelling earphones, which retail for ~$200. I compared the sound in both, and Symphonized is the clear winner…the base is more pronounced and clean, and the highs are more clear. I really couldn’t believe it…I almost wanted to convince myself that Harmon had to be better…but it truly wasn’t. Prior to these 2 sets, I had a V-MODA earphone that I paid about $70, and Symphonized also beats this set. Is it truly the natural wood they’re using? I have not the slightest clue…but it sounds great! Price at sub $30, you really can’t go wrong. I have not tested the mic as I don’t use this feature commonly. The overall build seems a bit cheap, but at $16, you really can’t complain. The only difference I see between the 2.0 and the original Symphonized is the fabric cable encased in a plastic protector. People likely complained about the fabric cord shredding. The specs on the inner component is exactly the same as the original. The earbuds look exactly the same. The accessories that it comes with are exactly the same. If you are looking for a cheap set of earphones that rock, get Symphonized. (Disclaimer: I have no financial ties with Symphonized)

Great value

45 people found this helpful.
 on February 11, 2016
By joseph burke
These are stylish comfortable and great sound

Priced to buy

58 people found this helpful.
 on January 14, 2016
By Falcon
These are truly worth every penny. Very fairly priced. I wear them about 4-6 hours a day. Not just for music and audio books, but for hearing protection. I work in a loud production environment, and with the noise cancleing properties they work as well as my ear muff protecters with a built in radio I use from 3m. Now I am not saying what the protection value is but in comparison they appear to be blocking outside noise just as well as the said ear protection. Oh yeah they sound Awesome as well! Awseome bass as well as other frequencies.