Usage & Final Thoughts
So I have been using the Tesoro In-Ear Pro headphones for about 3 weeks now. They have been my daily headphones for the bus ride into the office, at the gym, and I am currently using them on my trip to Chicago. First let’s talk about sound, more specifically gaming sound.
Tesoro tells us this is an all-around set of headphone, but the 9.2 mm drivers inside are “gaming-class”. I actually think these are great earbuds for gaming. This sound is pretty specific, especially when it comes to FPS. There is not overpowering bass that would drown out important in-game sounds like footsteps coming towards you. So for gaming I would definitely say this is a good headset. For overall use when it comes to music and movies these are a bit lacking, again the bass is not that powerful and when I am listening to music or movies I want strong bass.
These headphone are pretty comfortable to wear. There are three sets of ear tips so you should find one that will fit your ear pretty well. If you are used to earbuds like ones that come with say the iPhone these will take a little bit to get used to. These do tend to fall out of your ears if you are doing anything where you are moving around alot (running, exercising, etc.).
I am a huge fan of the flat cable design that these headphones have. It makes is so they don’t tangle as much and are easy wrap up. On top of that you have the great carrying case which means that your headphones won’t get all tangled up with everything else you have in your bag and they are easy to find.
At the end of the day for $34.99 you really are getting a great pair of headphone that have good sound, have unique features to keep them organized and more, and come with a nice carrying case. Overall ThinkComputers gives the Tesoro Tuned In-Ear Pro Headphones an 8 out of 10 score.
– Good gaming sound
– Metal earbud housing
– In-line controls
– Carrying case included
– Flat cable design
– Lacking bass for a better overall sound experience
– Not as comfortable as other headphones