Our Verdict Sound is clattery and badly defined For Tonally even reduced volume - so suitable for children Against Awful colours badly defined sound treble lacks control Reviewed on 7th December 2009 These earphones reduce the volume of your source, so even at their highest point they're not loud enough to damage the delicate lugholes of children. They're available in the kinds of colours that kids might find cool, and there's a case included, but do they sound any good? Nope. They might be quite tonally even, but there's serious lack of control to the treble, which sounds distorted at the merest provocation. The overall sound is clattery and badly defined. See all our headphone Best Buys Follow whathifi.com on Twitter More after the break Related News Meters Music collaborates with U2's Adam Clayton for new in-ear headphones Tue, 18 Jul 2017, 05:39pm The best What Hi-Fi? deals of the month Fri, 14 Jul 2017, 02:20pm The best Amazon Prime Day headphones deals Tue, 11 Jul 2017, 02:52pm Amazon Prime Day 2017: best UK deals Tue, 11 Jul 2017, 12:36pm New Apple AirPod patents reveal more health-tracking capabilities Thu, 06 Jul 2017, 12:03pm Headphones Loudenough Ultimate Ears Stay on top of your sound with What Hi-Fi? in your inbox every week Thank you for registering for our Newsletter We will send you relevant emails and updates.