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Genius HS-M270 earphone review - One for the budget?

Comfort

One thing that Genius got right is the overall comfort. This is a pair of IEMs that will stay in their place even under heavy strain. Not only that, but from my time with them, they rarely bothered me. The multiple tips came in handy, and the lightweight build surely helped. The housing might seem flimsy, but its construction means the buds won’t fall out while exercising.

Helping the fit is the detachable ear-hook and the distinct earbud design, slightly reminiscent of Meelectronics’ Sport-Fi M6. I used them over-the-ear, for about 30 hours, and not once did they even budge.

When it comes to noise isolation, they’re actually really good, if not too good since the housing is not vented.

Specs

Below you will find a table with the product specs. These are taken from the packaging, since HS-M270 are not yet available on the market, and the official website includes limited information.

 

Specs
Driver

Driver: 10mm, Dynamic

 Sensitivity

Headphone: 92dB ±3 dB (1KHz/1mW)

Frequency Response

Headphone: 20Hz ~ 20.000Hz

Maximum Input

50mW

Impedance

16 ± 10% Ohm at 1kHz

Cable & Connection

Cable: 1.2m / Copper

Noise cancelling

No

Weight

10g

 

 

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