- Cameron Faulkner , TechRadar
The vibrant style, reliable functionality of both hardware and software and stellar sound performance make up for the steep price.
- David Carnoy , Cnet
Parrot's feature-packed and pricey Zik 2.0 wireless headphones will wow some users but intimidate others.
Flight mode. Listening Time in Bluetooth Mode: up to 6 hours | Smart touch panel and Bluetooth audio streaming | Adaptive noise cancelling and stunning sound with 32 Bits processing | Free App Parrot Zik 2.1 to enjoy Parrot Concert Hall effect, artist presets and share your favorite settings with other Zik users | Available in different color options to fit your style.
Flight mode. Listening Time in Bluetooth Mode: up to 6 hours | Smart touch panel and Bluetooth audio streaming | Adaptive noise cancelling and stunning sound with 32 Bits processing | Free App Parrot Zik 2.1 to enjoy Parrot Concert Hall effect, artist presets and share your favorite settings with other Zik users | Available in different color options to fit your style.Less
|Size||19 x 9 cm (7.5 x 3.5 in)|
The Parrot Zik 2.0 is an impressively engineered, strikingly designed headphone that's loaded with features and is an improvement over the original Zik, both in terms of design and performance. I think some people will love it. But I also think it has some small, niggling issues that may grate on some users, making them feel the headphone has been over-engineered and is too complicated to deal with (a lot of people don't want to bother with EQ and noise-cancelling settings or an app in general).
And then there's the battery life. If you have everything turned on and are using these... Full review
It will also take a little while to get used to the capacitive touch panel on the right earpiece. Swiping forward to skip, swiping back to play the previous song and up or down to adjust volume seems simple enough, but does require a certain amount of pressure from your finger and isn't all that intuitive out of the box.
These minor gripes aside, it's hard to imagine anybody forking out the US$400 for the Zik 2.0s and being disappointed. Sure they ain't cheap, but you'd be getting a pair of headphones that are a solidly built, comfortable to wear, nice to look at and great to listen... Full review
Parrot is so close to making the perfect Bluetooth headphones. Well, they pretty much are if you ignore the voice-calling feature and just use them for music. Put it this way: The original Zik remained the most advanced Bluetooth headphones for two years straight, and now we have a new version that's better-looking, more comfortable to wear and even better at noise cancellation, to the point where it's arguably best in class. As a bonus, the cans come with more tuning options to entertain obsessed audiophiles on the road. They also offer artists a new way of interacting with their fans by l... Full review
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