House of Marley Smile Jamaica In-Ear Apple VS KitSound Ribbons

In the following head to head article two competing Headphones are put head to head, the House of Marley Smile Jamaica In-Ear Apple and the KitSound Ribbons. To this end we analyze the specifications of the two Headphones.

Sound Quality
Sensitivity
98dB/mW
relatively horrible
Better than 19% of the Headphones, 76% are better than it.
20%

Better than 30% of the Headphones, 20% are better than it.
58%

Driver Diameter
8mm
subpar
Better than 5% of the Headphones, 93% are better than it.
5%

11mm
below par
Better than 28% of the Headphones, 70% are better than it.
28%

Driver Diameter
8mm
relatively horrible
Better than 5% of the Headphones, 93% are better than it.
5%

11mm
relatively poor
Better than 28% of the Headphones, 70% are better than it.
28%

Sensitivity
98dB/mW
unpleasant
Better than 19% of the Headphones, 76% are better than it.
20%

Better than 30% of the Headphones, 20% are better than it.
58%

Max Frequency
20000Hz
below average
Better than 12% of the Headphones, 29% are better than it.
34%

20000Hz
poor
Better than 12% of the Headphones, 29% are better than it.
34%

The Sound Quality of House of Marley Smile Jamaica In-Ear Apple is poorer compared to that of KitSound Ribbons.
Portability
Lightness
75g
above average
Better than 63% of the Headphones, 37% are better than it.
63%

9g
pretty magnificent
Better than 91% of the Headphones, 9% are better than it.
91%

Lightness
75g
good
Better than 63% of the Headphones, 37% are better than it.
63%

9g
excellent
Better than 91% of the Headphones, 9% are better than it.
91%

Lightness
75g
beyond average
Better than 63% of the Headphones, 37% are better than it.
63%

9g
quite magnificent
Better than 91% of the Headphones, 9% are better than it.
91%

Our conclusion is that the Portability of House of Marley Smile Jamaica In-Ear Apple is better compared to that of KitSound Ribbons.

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