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    Polk Audio AM5110-A Nue Voe Review

    Polk Audio have been making quality speakers since 1972 and now – give the dog a bone – like other major audio manufacturers, they have ventured into the headphone market. Polk Audio AM5110-A Nue Voe is the latest release of Polk’s Heritage collection, distinguished by the sophisticated, good-looking and stylish de-sign from their Nue Era range but with added extra and unique audio features. Let’s get to the Polk Audio AM5110-A Nue Voe Review.

    Obviously headphones hunting doesn’t usually begin with looks and it has to be said right away that, true to their reputation, Polk haven’t focused on image alone with the Nue Voe, but also on build quality. These earphones provide fantastic audio chops and are packed with Polk’s own armature de-sign drivers which obtain frequency responses above and below the range of normal hearing. However, Polk’s trendy and flashy design is an important selling point for those who care about image as well as sound.

    Nue Voe certainly makes a grand fashion statement with these in-ear beauties available in either sleek black or, to match the appearance of your tortoise-patterned eye glasses, stylish tortoise shell.

    Polk Audio AM5110-A Nue Voe Review: SLEEK 3-BUTTON INLINE CONTROLS

    Continuing with both the black and the tortoise pattern theme, another prominent feature of the Polk Audio AM5110-A design is a set of Inline controls, a simple, ergonomic three button system allowing for playback, navi-gation and volume control, textured with the respective design to make it look even more attractive. Whichever you choose, you’ll be receiving much more than just a flattering style and a comfortable fit. Polk generously include seven pairs of ear tips of varying sizes, two pairs of three-flange tips, two pairs of foam tips and three pairs of silicon tips, so it’s easy for you to select the best ones as defined by your needs. In line with the tastefulness and consideration of Polk, all this is provided within a pouch made of soft canvas with leather laces.

    BARKING BAD DISTORTION ISSUES

    Obviously you’ll be wanting to know about the sound quality you’re going to get even if you’re choosing earpieces because they’re matching up to a particular style or image you wish to adopt, The Polk unique balanced-armature driver with Polk Optimized Electro-acoustic Tuning (POET) provides considerably enhanced treble performance In mid audio range over its competitors and is certainly superior to dynamic drivers, delivering well-defined detailed highs and responsive openness across all frequencies. Barking bad however, er noticed in this Polk Audio AM5110-A Nue Voe Review – with its uncontrollable heavy bass, there are distortion issues when played at very high volume.

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    Review

    82%

    Summary Overall, Polk’s Nue Voe in-ear headphones succeed in a market flooded with competitive, high-end technology and also deliver dedicated attention to design. Finally, this kit is for Apple products and another barking bad: you can’t use either the microphone or volume controls with Android.

    DESIGN
    82%
    FEATURES
    84%
    PERFORMANCE
    81%

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