Teufel Aureol Groove Review

Teufel was founded in 1979 and their product range mainly includes loudspeakers and stereo systems for every budget, for PC systems, Home-Cinemas and portable devices. Today we are taking a look at the Teufel Aureol Groove Earphones. 

 

 

Let’s take a look at their specs:

Cable length: 105 cm
Connection: 3.5mm stereo mini jack
Driver Diameter: 6 mm
Impedance: 16 Ohm
Frequency range: 20 Hz – 20.000 Hz 
Magnet: Neodymium
Sensitivity: 104 dB at 1KHz
max.  Input power: 3 mW
Weight: 10 g 

 

A Closer Look – Package and Accessories

 

 

The Teufel Aureol Groove earphones come in a simple white and red cardbox. All the package contents are nicely protected with plastic material that ensures secure shipment. 

A handy carrying case is also supplied, in which there is enough space for both the earphones and the earpads.

Inside the package we also found 2 pairs of ear adapters, so the earphones will fit well in all ear types. Furthermore, there is a User’s Manual, a guarantee sheet as well as a Return Form, which can be used if you are not satisfied from the product and want to return it back. In fact this is quite nice from Teufel’s part to include, and it shows that the company is interested in its after-sales reputation.

 

A Closer Look – The Aureol Groove Earphones

 

 

The earphone set has a nice build quality and you can tell this by the moment you unpack it. The cable is long enough to ensure comfort. At the back of the earphones there is a neat Teufel logo. Touching the earphones gives a sense of having a high-class product in your hands, and the user can easily understand that the materials used are of high standards. The round nickel plate used surely adds up to the earphones’ design.

The gold-plated 3.5mm stereo mini-jack ensures maximum sound quality with lossless transfer.

 

Performance and Verdict

We used the Teufel Aureol Groove with our iPod Touch, listening mainly to Hip Hop and RnB music. The sound quality the earphones transferred was awesome. The trebles sounded pretty well, withound hissing, even at maximum volume. The bass was deep and precise. The earpads also offered good sound isolation, as we could not hear any background noises. Furthermore, thanks to the soft earpads we were able to use the set for a fair amount of time without feeling tired.

Overall, we were impressed with the sound quality of the set. Costing around 70 euros across Europe, this is surely an earphone set to consider, and we can surely put it in the high-end category. Surely the price tag is not for everyone, but we think that you surely get what you pay for.


Pros

(+) Great sound quality
(+) Long cord
(+) Good build quality
(+) Decent value for money

Cons

(-) None

 

Thus, we would like to give the Teufel Aureol Groove our Value For Money Award.

 

 

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