KRATOR is a totally new company of which we have not heard about before today. So, as with all newcomers, the slate is clean and opinions are ripe for the forming with a set of stereo headphones in hand today and also some speakers coming soon.
KRATOR are probably, and quite sensibly, dipping a toe in at a time to test the market. Which as we have said before (especially in the headphone sector), seems to be heavily burdened with products at the moment. Honestly? For this reason it's going to take a mean feat to crack by any new company.
So, what, if anything, do the interestingly named 'Dione' headphones offer in terms of raw innovation and market cracking shock value? - The answer is not a lot. Rather, KRATOR has simply built a basic stereo headset with an aluminum chassis as the biggest selling point. We do not have any tech boffin's speak or any vibrating motors; no, not even a pretty box here we are afraid to say at this point of today's review.
However, as is the case with many products based around audio, there's a lot more to a good product in this category than features alone. Let's move on and take a closer look at the package and contents before moving onto the heavier technical details and most importantly, performance!
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