The UMIX Voix are glazed in a beautiful small metal box with the inscription "Voix", which is also ideal for transport. In addition to the Voix are additional silicone pads in various sizes included. Thus one can choose between three different sizes. In terms of color, however, they are black, in contrast to the standard transparent silicone pads.
Visually, the UMI Voix looks futuristic. The body is slightly larger than other in-ears and looks like a UFO. In addition, it is made of aluminum, which he leaves a high-quality impression. Due to its size, the body of Voix ensures rich bass and a very good isolation from background noise. Within the body is also a 13mm large driver unit. To the sound but later more.
The cable of the Voix is also different from other in-ears. It is about 120cm long, made of rubber and is a so-called ribbon cable. In addition, in the upper third of a remote control attached, with which one can regulate the music playback, but also can make calls. In fact, an additional microphone is integrated in the remote control.
The jack plug of the Voix is gold-plated and ensures perfect signal transmission. Incidentally, the Voix are also compatible with iPhones and iPads!
The sound of the Voix shines through rich basses, which is mainly due to the size of the body and the material used.
For some, the UMI Voix will certainly be bass-heavy. Personally, I listened to the song "A Tribe Called Red" by Angel Haze with the Voix. This song is characterized on the one hand by its deep bass, but also by its shrill heights. The basses were there and that neat. The heights were also to be heard, whereby they seemed rather warm. For electronic music, the Voix are ideally suited.
For quieter music, such as classical music, the Voix are rather not suitable. I have listened to the Jurassic Park soundtrack, but lacked the neutrality and clarity of each note.
I would describe the timbre of the Voix as rather warm. Especially the lows, but also the mids are emphasized.
But as always, the sound is a highly personal matter. For electronic music I will certainly use the UMI Voix.