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    Listen to all of your fave songs and TV shows with these bluetooth earbuds from Rick and Morty! They've got a remote, extra earbuds for a perfect fit, a charging cable, and a skull carrying case. Perfect for a day at the beach!

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Rick And Morty Bluetooth Earbuds - BoxLunch Exclusive is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor audio quality and compatibility, DON'T BUY My mum recently got me these Rick and Morty bluetooth earbuds for Christmas and I was immediately disappointed when trying to use the product, I was unable to connect it to my Android phone's bluetooth, however it connects to my dad's 2014 iPhone along with my mum's Android phone; me and my mum's phones are much newer than the iPhone, both released last year. (In case you were wondering,my dad has an iPhone 6 or something, I have an LG Stylo 3 Plus, a mid-range phone, and my mum has an LG 6G, a higher tier phone) Secondly the audio quality is dodgy, the right earbud has much more bass /mid-low frequencies and not quite enough high frequency, creating a muffled sound (no it's not my ears, I mix music and do sound design as a hobby), and the left ear has very little low-mid frequencies. Thirdly, the audio quality from Apple's earbuds, released A DECADE ago, which I had used for years until one ear blew out, has BETTER audio quality than these earbuds, which are much more recent. I checked, using the right ear only from my Apple decade-old earbuds (you think technology would IMPROVE across a decade), where the left ear is blown out, is directly comparably better than these earbuds. If you believe that Bluetooth cannot transmit enough data to cover all the frequency ranges or something like that you are wrong, because the bluetooth in my dad's 2015 car still sounds as good as the radio or a CD. TL;DR, it didn't work with my phone but worked with my family's (nothing to do with Android vs iPhone), the audio quality is worse than consumer audio from a literal decade ago, and the left/right balance of frequencies was way off, creating a muffled feel from the right ear, and a only-high-frequency feel on the left.
Date published: 2018-12-26
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