Audiofly AF56 In-Ear Headphones

7 April 2015 | 4:08 pm | Daniel Cribb

"Audiofly’s AF56s have nice punch and can probably take a bit of a beating too."

Listening to high-production tunes through Audiofly's AF56 model is like being embraced by a wall of bass-driven sound. With that said, their low-end doesn’t cloud the overall clarity and higher frequencies.

As well as a handy storage tin, they come with three sets of noise isolating silicon ear tips meaning none of that juicy noise is escaping.

Much like other models in the AF range, the 56s embrace the one-button Clear-Talk control system, which introduces efficiency to the mix, making packed trains or other crowded spaces more bearable as you’re able to navigate through songs with it, as well as utilise apps on your phone.

If you are using it on Android or iPhone, you’ll be able to use its microphone to make calls and control music playback via voice prompts.

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Other designs offered utilise darker colours or subtle finishing touches, but you’re able to get these ones in blue tweet, which is a nice change of pace, and compliments the slick nylon cable nicely.

Audiofly’s AF56s have nice punch and can probably take a bit of a beating too (not that we recommend it), and are well worth the price.