Groov-e are back and this time they have upped their game. Introducing the new Fusion headphones which can either be wireless or wired. There is plenty to talk about so let’s get straight to it.

Features:

  • Wired via detachable cable OR wireless via bluetooth
  • 10 hours playback via wireless
  • Hands free microphone
  • 40mm drivers
  • Rechargeable battery via micro USB
  • Swivel ear cups with noise isolating cushions
  • Come in black, gold or silver

Standard cardboard packaging which displays some very informative diagrams and lists plenty of features. The packaging does consist of a window so you can open it and really get a feel of what the headphones are like before purchasing. This kind of thing is always a plus in my books. Included in the packaging is a set of instructions, a USB charging cable and a 3.5mm flat auxiliary cable which is meant to help with tangles.groov-e_1

The headphones feel really well constructed, with an adjustable plastic and metal band. The band has a really thick and squidgy cushion. The ear pads do fold to make for easier transportation. The headphones are easily adjusted to fit your head and very comfortable. I walked around the office and kept them on for some quite long stints and at no point did they feel tight or heavy. The Fusions have a matte black finish with a small hint of gloss black and chrome which gives them a very modern feel to them. On the left earphone is the aux in, USB port, volume up/down and/or track next/past and the power on/off button.groov-e_2Performance wise, pretty good. I listened to a number of music tracks, from different genres, aswell as some TV series and in both instances, very enjoyable. The mix of lows to highs is good, with crisp vocals and each instrument distinctive. What has really surprised me is the level of sound isolation achieved at a low to medium volume which is impressive. I could not hear a single thing outside of the headphones. Using the buttons are easy and they are responsive. I did take a phone call with them and had no complaints from either party.

Overall, I was impressed with the Fusion Headphones and found them very enjoyable and with an RRP of £34.99, they’re definitely one of our more popular budget over-ear headphones. These are not your top of the range Bose headphones but at the price, you will not be disappointed.

For further info and to purchase, visit the official Groov-e website.

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Nick Rowe
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Engineer by trade, Father by night. Love all things Geeky & Tech...but my wallet doesn't!

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