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12-07-2006, 01:42 PM
**originally posted on zuneboards.com (http://www.zuneboards.com)**

Well, I just got my Zune Travel Pack which includes the Premium Headphones with storage case, AC Adapter, Wired Remote, Zune Gear Bag and Sync Cable.

The Premium Headphones sound WONDERFUL and fit perfectly. They also come with two get rid of any outside noise.It also comes with2 other sizes of rubber ear pieces to fit any ear. They almost completely cancel outside noise. The included storage is a nice addition to the Travel Pack. The headphones and extra earbud pieces fit nicely into the case and the case fits snuggly into the Gear Bag.

The wired remote is really nice and works great. The best thing about it is that it lets you connect 2 headphones at once. It features volume controls for both headphones, a lock button and a swivel clip.

The star of this kit in my opinion is the Gear Bag. There is a place for everything in this perfect little hardshell case. The AC adapter fits perfectly in it's own slot as do the headphones. There is a nice molded place for the Zune with an elastic band to hold it in. The case is heavy duty and should protect your Zune from bumps and bruises. For more details, see my pics below


12-08-2006, 08:38 PM
Those headphones intrigue me. What headphones did you use before to compare them with?

12-09-2006, 12:45 AM
well, originally I used the headphones that came with the Zune. Don't get me wrong, they are probably the best included headphones I've ever had. But when I had an iPod, I used a pair of Phillips and a pair of Sony's and I'd have to say that the Zune Premium Headphones are HANDS DOWN the best by far! I would say that the Zune Travel Pack is a MUST HAVE item if you own a Zune!!! Every piece included performs great! The case virtually guarantees your Zune is safe from drops, although I haven't had the balls (nor the cash) to try and test it's durability. Trust me, you buy this pack, or any piece of it that is sold separately, you won't regret it. Happy Zuning!

Jason Dunn
12-09-2006, 02:08 AM
Cool, thanks for posting your review. As you can tell though, we have a limit on the width of pictures, and your images break the template a bit. If you post again, if you can limit your image width to be about 600 px wide that would be awesome, thanks.

12-09-2006, 04:12 AM
Images have been resized. Is that better?

Paul Martin
12-27-2006, 06:48 AM
Images have been resized. Is that better?

Looks better to me, thanks. From the pics, it looks like something you'd use to store it in a bag or your car, but not something you'd want to carry around because of it's size. Is that right?

12-27-2006, 10:51 AM
Nice review and pics. Thank you for that. have been considering getting the travel pack, and will now go ahead and do it. Got the Home AV kit last week and am enjoying it ...

Phillip Dyson
05-30-2008, 02:16 PM
Does anyone know if the Travel pack is compatible with the Zune 80? I just read a review from Amazon that says it may not be.