Founded in Sweden in 2010, Urbanista specializes in audio products. In addition to classic headphones and in-ears, Bluetooth headphones and mobile speakers are also available. With the Chicago headset, the company wants to offer in-ears with Bluetooth for athletes who want good audio quality and a good grip in their ears. You can read in this test whether this succeeds and what the In-Ears can still offer.
To the technical details:
|Frequency range||20~20,000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||99 dB +/- 3 dB|
|Diameter driver||10 mm|
|Battery life||7 hours|
|Dust and water protection||IPX4|
Scope of Delivery
The in-ears come in magnetically sealed packaging. After opening, some adapters and the headphones are immediately visible. Under it hides the further scope of supply: further adapters, a manual, charging cable and a small cloth bag. The adapters come in two different variations, GoFit Boost and GoFit Sport, each in 3 different sizes.
The workmanship looks good at first glance. However, the cables are quite thin and there is no special reinforcement between possible breaks (e.g. between the control element and the beginning of the cable).
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