One Sonic Headphones Review: Sonic is a complete, closed, earpiece-covered model. Sonic, ceramic, over-ear headphones (also known as circumaural) typically aim for an ear seal to increase bass reproduction, separate you from external sounds, and prevent the audio from leaking and disturbing those around you. The Sonic looks like a future entity with its smooth, neat contours; soft-touch, matt finish; secret headband adjusters; and no noticeable hinges or gimbals.
Or, perhaps, Cupertino. Sonic is not a hearing aid but is not intended. But its sound doesn’t have obvious flaws – it’s natural, balanced, and easy to listen to – and it’s light and large soft earpad.
Moreover, the architecture of the Sonic is distinctive, intelligent, and elegant in its hiding from moving pieces. The Sonic is of great value at its normal street price of around $100, particularly when design takes precedence. For a total of $150, you can find the same or better tone, but it does not matter when stacked against the nature and comfort of the Sonic depending on your personal preferences and priorities.