Samsung Level Over wireless headphone review - New Game +?

First Look

Level Over comes in a white thick box, containing only the ballistic nylon carry case. Inside the case you have a small pouch containing a mic'd 3.5mm rubberized cable, a micro-USB cable for charging, and a double-pin airplane adapter.

 Samsung Level Over - Carry Case

The case itself is kinda large, partly because the headphones themselves are not tiny either, and the ear-cups don't have that much movement, and cannot be folded up.


The Level Over use 50mm neodymium drivers, housed in heavy oval-shaped over-the-ear cups. As you might expect, though there is plenty of soft memory-foam padding, the cushions are not detachable.

Samsung Level Over - Cup Inner 

The cups are large, but also comfortable, and while the headphones aren't really travel friendly, they won't cause any fatigue after several hours of use.  Featuring a closed-back design, the cups only use a slight movement on the vertical axis, which unfortunately means limited adjustment options for the head.

 Samsung Level Over - Left CupSamsung Level Over - Right Cup

Samsung Level Over - Cup Controls

Again, the Level Over cannot be folded, and the cups don't rotate on the horizontal axis. Instead, movement is mostly vertical in the cup shell.


The headband uses a surprisingly thick metal frame, with a matte plastic casing, and ample stitched padding. The plastic doesn't feel as great as the rest of the construction, and in fact, it takes away from what would otherwise be a stellar build.

 Samsung Level Over - Headband

I counted about 10 notches on each cup, though I may be wrong, since there's no indication to follow. 


The Level Over uses Bluetooth 3.0 and aptX for playback. Just like Jabra Revo and Parrot's Zik, there's also a NFC tag on the left-cup for easier connectivity. Working in conjunction with the cans there's the Samsung Level Android App, which adds quick pairing and the very complex 'Sound Alive' EQ. Lastly, using a Samsung Android device allows the use of S-Voice (if you're one of the few, few people using S-Voice) and text-to-speech through the built-in microphone. 

Samsung Level Over - Cables

Alongside the wireless connectivity, Level Over also features a 3.5mm socket for wired mode, and even comes with its own white rubberized cable with an in-line remote.

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