Arctic Cooling Arctic Sound P311 Bluetooth Headset

Logan King
Aron Schatz
August 11, 2010
Arctic Cooling
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Arctic Sound P311
Arctic Cooling Arctic Sound P311 Bluetooth Headset
The P311 Bluetooth Headphones are a great addition to Arctic Cooling's Arctic Sound product range. They have a very impressive battery life, good sound quality, a practical design with a stylish flair, and several useful integrated features.

Page 1: Introduction, About Arctic Cooling, Packaging


We at ASE Labs have reviewed some of the products from the Arctic Sound branch of Arctic Cooling in the past. The »E361-BM and »E352 series of earbuds both proved their worth in our testing. We came away impressed with Arctic Cooling's commitment in an area in which they were relatively new. Today, ASE Labs has the Arctic Cooling Arctic Sound P311 Bluetooth Headphones up for review to see if they are able to impart the same feeling of quality that the rest of the Arctic Sound line proudly displays.

About Arctic Cooling


ARCTIC COOLING is a privately owned company founded in 2001 with headquarters in Switzerland, offices in Hong Kong and the USA and production facilities in Asia. The ARCTIC COOLING team consists o­f international highly educated people with business, technical and communicational skills. The attitude to work is based o­n Swiss principles of innovative spirit and high standards of workmanship for which it is recognized internationally. This striving for excellence is integrated in all processes as a matter of course. ARCTIC COOLING´s core competencies are multifarious including systematic noise reduction,copper and aluminum heatsink development, customization of thermal solutions, as well as designing quiet fans. More recently quiet and cool PC Cases and Power Supplies have been developed.


If you've read any of our other Arctic Cooling reviews, you would know that all of Arctic Cooling's products come in the same silver packaging with white accents. The box for the P311 headphones is no different.

Packaging Front

The front of the package is dominated by a large window that almost takes up the entire front of the box. The window wraps around to the left side of the box and proudly displays the headphones in all of their glory. The window itself is a hard, thick plastic; Though, it is only held in the box by the interior packaging.

Packaging Rear

The rear of the box contains all of the specifications for the P311 as well as some product photos and the same performance chart used on other products of the Arctic Sound range. Since Arctic Cooling is a European country, all of the specs are provided in 5 different languages.

Packaging Side

Finally, the side of the box shows off a diagram of how the headphones are supposed to be worn as well as a few product features and a rough compatibility shortlist. Of note, the product mentions that the headphones have a limited feature set when paired with an Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, specifically that "Back and forward buttons are not supported by Apple."


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