Genius HS-M225 Review: Great Sound & Budget Price

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 649

Key Specs

    Driver unit: 9 mm
    Sensitivity95 dB ± 3 dB @ 1K Hz
    Frequency response20 Hz – 15K Hz
    Cable length1.2 m
    Connection3.5 mm jack
    ColorsRed, black, white
    MicrophoneYES
    Impedance16 ± 15% Ω
    Weight12.6 g

Pros: Good bass range, Solid upper pitch range

Cons: None

Bottomline: It produces good and clear sound along ample amount of bass. Also, its comfortable level is great and recommend for those who want good sets of earphone at a reasonable price.

Genius HS-M225 is another great product we got after reviewing their portable speakers. It is an in-ear headphone that cost INR 649/-, it is an MRP but you may get it at a lower price online. The Genius HS-M225 has a pair of earphones produces sound with a strong neodymium magnet commonly used in headphones.

Genius HS-M225 Specifications

Specifications

  • Driver unit9 mm
  • Sensitivity95 dB ± 3 dB @ 1K Hz
  • Frequency response20 Hz – 15K Hz
  • Cable length1.2 m
  • Connection3.5 mm jack
  • ColorsRed, black, white
  • MicrophoneYES
  • Impedance16 ± 15% Ω
  • Weight12.6 g

Microphone Specifications

  • Sensitivity-42 dB ± 3 dB
  • Frequency response100 Hz – 8 KHz

What’s included in Box

  • HS-M225 headset
  • Two sets of S/L silicon fittings
  • Multi-language quick guide

Warranty

  • One year limited hardware warranty*
  • * Warranty void if unauthorized opening or repair.

 

Design and Components

The review unit we received was black in color, it also available in white and Red color. The earphone drivers sit very ergonomically in a circular pipe fitting on conical chamber designed shell. Because of its good design and soft buds, it provides good isolation from the ambient noise. But the isolation at the cables and drivers end is not good and can be break easily with an accidently applied pressure. Also, the material used to made the dirves shell is plastic, however, we can’t expect the aluminum shell at this price point.

For different sized ear holes, it comes with 2 sets S/L  silicon fittings.  It offers a 1.2mm long tangle prone cable that includes remote. The one-button in-line microphone can use for voice calls and playback controls, such as track backward/forward, pause and play.

Genius HS-M225 ReviewPerformance

For driving the sound out, Genius HS-M225 Review features 9mm neodymium driver having an impedance of 16 ohms and frequency range of 100 Hz-8 KHz. It has a sensitivity of 95dB. With the low impedance and sensitivity of 95db, this earphone is good for low power devices such Mp3 players. The sound quality it offers is worth to listen, as earphones, what sound quality it offers is better than the most of the earphone coming in this price range both in the bass and vocal. On tracks with intense sub-bass content, it delivered decent bass. It produces good and clear sound along ample amount of bass. Also, its comfortable level is great and easily fits in the ear without any pop out problem. Also, there is no hissing and buzzing sound while playing jazz acoustics. There is fidelity clarity in vocals when listening to music at lower volume levels. The built-in mic remote of the earphone can be used to manage music and calls, we used it for calls and we didn’t find any drop in voice while conversation.

 

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  1. triptreep
    #1 triptreep 30 August, 2017, 02:16

    “For driving the sound out, Genius HS-M225 Review features 9mm neodymium driver having an impedance of 16 ohms and frequency range of 100 Hz-8 KHz. ” – no, no, NO!. 100Hz – 8kHZ its frequency of microphone! not headphones.

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