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Our Earphones have received many positive reviews by major publications

Review 1: "The Atomic Bass earphones' understated design is further promoted by the supercompact size of the buds. Even users with smaller-than-average ears should have no problem achieving a relatively secure and comfortable fit. Radius includes three sizes of silicone ear tips, and I had no trouble getting a good fit with the smallest of these. I found the earphones to be comfortable after more than two hours of wear". - (CNET)

Review 2: "Audio Performance of the Atomic Bass is Intense..It's impressive that these small earphones pack so much punch at such low price...The Radius Atomic Bass Earbuds are aptly named: The low frequency response of the Atomic Bass is surprisingly stronger than the $1150 Ultimate Ears UE11Pro, which has a subwoffer built-in each ear...All this makes them a terrific budget pick for fans of music with a prominent low end".- (PC Magazine)

Review 3: "Radius Earbuds has gone with untraditional shapes that both look and feel good, assuming that they're inserted and then twisted into the proper position in your ear canals, the silicone tips sealing with your ears to block out quite a bit of ambient sound...When they're in properly, however, they provide the right quantity of bass, enough to let you hear low-end notes, but without the Darth Vader-style mid-bass-boosting effect of V-Moda's original Vibes. By the standards of $40 earphones, these sound quite good". - (iLounge)

Review 4: "The Atomic Bass is a very strong performer for its price, and I would recommend it over several more expensive earphones...It's also worth noting that Radius claims the Atomic Bass is ideal for those with small ears". - (MacWorld)

Review 5: "I thought they'd perform like any other cheaper set of earphones, but oh boy was I impressed. I'm not even kidding when I said that my head was rattling the first time I tried them. Radius isn't kidding when they say these have "atomic" bass. They're not as powerful as ear-thumping deejay-style cans, but these are among the best in-ear style headphones that I have ever used". - (Mobile Magazine)

Review 6: "The contrast between highs and lows were immensely wide and crystal clear. The bass response had a bottom of which I'd never heard before. I've been a long time student of the school of thought "No bass, no good." And THIS was good. But what I was most impressed with was the full range of studio panning available with these headsets. That is, the sensation of three dimensional audio spacing; front-left, front-center, front-right; rear-left, rear-center and rear-right. The result was the grand sense of a large room being filled with a wall of sound. "Mucho Awesome! The Radius Atomic Bass for iPhone earphones $39.99 and worth every penny. It also stands up to several of the more expensive models like the Etymotic hf2 noise-isolating headset + earphones for example which run up to $179. Ouch!". - (Method Shop)

Review 7: "Good quality earphones are impossible to come by, but for a budget the Radius Atomic Bass 2 + Mic Earphones offer very good bass, fantastic sound quality, and amazing noise cancellation for the money". - (Chip Chick)

Review 8: "Best Bang for the buck: It is easy to test these against my collection of $100ish earphones and it sits mid pack. Sounds was comparable, fit was perfect, and the iPhone controls were cool. The hard part is to remember the Radius earphones cost half of the others. And that is impressive Earbuds."
Overall: To sum up, I like these. Their sound quality and hot aluminum looks are winners in my book. The low price is icing on the cake. I don't see these staying in stock long anywhere and according to the reviews on their website from places like CNET, everyone seems to agree with me". - (Gadgetell)

Review 9: "Needless to say, this is far beyond the performance I've had with all but the most expensive systems in the past. Even the $200 pair of Sharper Image over-the-ear Quiet Place headphones (which I've taken on two overseas flights and used for many movies and hours of music in flight and on the ground) take a back seat to these $50 Radius units. And the fact that they fit into a small mint tin, rather than taking up more room than an SLR camera, means they are more likely to be in your bag when you need a quiet moment". - (The Gadgeteer)

Review 10: "As for comfort they're very comfortable for long periods of time, they’re lightweight and after a while you don't even notice them in your ears, you can easily wear these Earbuds for hours with no ill effects...The Radius Atomic Bass Aluminum Earphones are not only stylish, but they're made well and they work as advertised, they truly do add more bass to your music experience". - (The Gadgeteer)

Review 11: "Radius Atomic Bass Earphones are 10 steps above Apple's Earphones. Comparing these to some VMODA, Apple, Sennheiser, and Bose earphones, I think these just blow those into another dimension". - (iFans)

Review 12: "If you're looking for something sleek, snazzy and a little easier on the pocketbook, perhaps the Radius iPod Aluminum Ear Buds are just the thing to dress up your commute and workout". - (StyleList)

Review 13: "This whole global economic crisis, and its resulting massive loss of jobs got us thinking. We here at Engadget didn't want to stand helplessly by, announcing every new round of misery without giving anything back -- so we decided to take the opportunity to spread a little positivity. Get your self a pair of Radius Atomic Bass Earphones. The best value you can find for the money." - (Engadget)

Review 14: "With the super thin rubber wire and deep in-ear style, these earbuds are barely noticeable. This is great news for athletes who wear helmets. I took the buds out for a spin on my snowboard and barely noticed them. The headphones were so flush with my ear that they never touched my helmet." - (Electronista)

Review 15: "However, after listening for myself, I definitely hear how good they are. The clear sound might have something to do with its unique shape" - (Coolest-Gadgets)

Review 16: "Whether its rock music or your classical bliss that is needed, the radius Atomic Bass earphones deliver a sound that is well above standard earphones especially the ones that usually accompany mp3 players. Music styles like techno that deliver variants of bass can be heard with more than just a subtle difference. These earphones can also increase the bass." - (Viral Electronics )

Review 17: "When anyone will ask me about these earphones the first thing I will tell them is what a deal. If you look at other earphones like the V-Moda Vibes that sell for $99.99 and the Shures E4cs that are $169.99 the Atomic Bass Earphones from Radius are surely a great deal. Overall ThinkComputers gives the Radius Atomic Bass Earphones for iPhone a 9 out of 10 score and our Good Value Award!" - (ThinkComputers)

Review 18: "Overall, I'm pleasantly surprised by the audio performance of the Radius Atomic Bass. Presenting some window shattering, neighbor angering bass in this package and price (Which, of course, any of the listen won't actually happen because it's not a full scare home audio system), regardless the bass is still jaw dropping awesomeness. And the good thing is that it's not overwhelming at all, unlike some competing products." - (APH Networks)

Review 19: "The Atomic Bass headphones are very comfortable and promise to deliver impressive bass form the tiny size of the earphones....If you are looking for a set of earphones that are small, work with the iPhone or iPod and have good bass Radius Atomic Bass earphone is perhaps the best choice." - (Smashing Gadgets)