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Gigabyte Fly Headphone Review
Author: André Gordirro
Type: Reviews Last Updated: June 20, 2013
Page: 2 of 5
Main Characteristics
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The Fly is a headphone, and not a headset; therefore there’s neither an inline microphone to make phonecalls, nor buttons to skip and pause tracks. It is made for listening to music on cellphones, iPods, and those cheap knock-off players from China.

Fly
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Figure 5: Cable, strap, and plug

The headphone has two on-ear 40-mm drives that isolate the exterior sound. The drives are perfect for listening to bass-heavy music, which we will talk more about in our evaluation.

Fly
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Figure 6: Fly on the head

The futuristic metallic design was clearly conceived to match the most famous smartphones on the market, without being made to look like any model in particular.

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