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Radiopaq Dots Review – ‘The tiny earphones with the big sound’

Rating: 7.5.

Although some people are willing to spend upward of £100 on a premium set of earphones, there are many more who cannot afford top-end audio hardware and will opt for a cheap and cheerful product instead.  But the lower end of the market is filled with hundreds, possibly thousands of different earphones so choosing between them can often be difficult.

Today we are going to look at a set of ‘Dots’ earphones from Radiopaq which come it around the £15 mark.  There are certainly cheaper options out there but Radiopaq have a whole lot of reasons to justify this.  We shall see if their claim of ‘The tiny earphones with a big sound’ proves to be true in our testing.

Driver 5.25mm Micro audio drivers
Connection 3.5mm Stereo audio jack plug
Sensitivity 91 +/- 5 dB @ 1 kHz
Frequency Range 20Hz – 20 kHz
Impendance 18 ohm
Cable Length 1.2 metre

Radiopaq Dots Compatability

  • Any Apple iPod
  • Apple iPod Touch
  • Any MP3 Player with a 3.5mm Stereo Jacket socket
  • MP4 Players
  • Laptops, Notebook, Netbooks and Computers
  • Portable DVD players
  • Note: Dots are not compatible with Apple IPOD Shuffle

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  • Tech Head

    Bright enough ? ! lol seems quite good for a teenager looking for a small upgrade over the crappy bundled ones.

  • Fririrlasksd

    heh, these are really weird looking. looks alright if you want something bright. they do other colors right?

  • Terry

    Ideal for my daughter for christmas I think

  • Derek

    These dont look as if they will survive any abuse at all……

  • Steve

    i got the black ones in the middle of 2010, and they are great!