Senzer SE610
Ø10mm Dynamic Driver

Relatively a newcomer, Senzer prove they are more than capable of providing a great sound quality, and a durable and practical build quality, for a fairly cheap price. These aren't the most impressive in terms of sound quality, nor do they come with some extraordinary accessories, but I have to say - Senzer have some incredible potential in pushing the budget market forward, and AudioBudget will surely follow this brand and explore it further.

Pros
Cons
  • Overall good sound quality, especially for electronic music.
  • Excellent level of comfort, unlike other bulky "sports" earphones.
  • Very impressive and durable build quality, with superb strain relief around the plug. The inline remote looks absolutely stunning!
  • The mid-bass is slightly muddy, while the sub-bass's slightly lacking.
  • The highs aren't the sharpest I've heard, and the detail isn't that impressive. There's some darkness to the sound.
Package & Accessories
Package:

Chipboard (bare)

Ear Tips - Single-Flange:

S+M+L, black, Ø5mm bores

Shirt Clip:

Black, 360° cable holder, generic

Build & Materials
Housing:

Metal + plastic (glossy), Ø5mm nozzles (Ø4mm openings), built-in memory wire

Remote:

Plastic (transparent), triple-button

Cinch:

TPE, removable

Y-Split:

TPE, no strain reliefs

Cable:

Silicone (smooth), 131cm, soft, straight

Plug:

TPE, 90° angled, short, soft strain relief

Comfort & Fit

Takes some time to get used to earphones of that style. However, once you do, they sit very firmly and offer a perfect seal. I'd surely take these earphones for a run.

Lows / Bass

Excellent punchy lows. The mid-bass is dominant, and there's a bit of sub-bass rolling there too. Just a bit of sub-bass to balance the low-end with the mid-lows would have been great.

Mids / Vocals

Quite excellent mids and vocals, yet slightly overemphasized and darkish. Not the brightest detail to be delivered by these mids. There are more impressive earphones for vocal-oriented music styles out there.

Highs / Treble

The highs sound darkish and not quite natural. No sophisticated detail can be heard, and the instruments are kept mostly in the background.

Frequency Response
Senzer
SE610