TekNmotion Yapster Universal Headset ReviewIndybird - January 22, 2012
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The Yapster headphones don't have any striking design features out of the box – aesthetically, they consist almost exclusively of a cheap-looking black and silver plastic. The silver portions have a dull finish, with clearly visible and rough "plastic seams". The headband is covered in decent-looking smooth vinyl material, but with very little padding underneath. The ear pads themselves are also relatively hard and covered in a similar very thin vinyl-like material. Around the outside, TekNmotion has stamped their logo on the headband and the glossy black panels of each ear cup. The microphone boom is made of a light metal and is very flexible; you could bend it into any shape you prefer. Covering the microphone itself is a foam pop-filter.
The Yapster uses standard color-coded 3.5 mm headphone and microphone connectors. The inline control pod has a microphone mute switch on one side and a very small analog volume dial.
Let's take a look at the technical specifications and see how it performs.