The KZ AS10 are ideal for mixed usage that has a decent look with the red highlights featuring PCB or printed circuit board. The earpieces of the KZ AS10 have a black, plastic housing with transparent face plates. The housing is on the larger side, the one with the deep nozzle tube. With the transparent faceplates, the KZ AS10 circuit boards are visible. The “L” and “R” sign is identified on the faceplate located above the cable connection.
The individual earpiece has a small circular vent at the top, near the inner face of the housing. The KZ AS10 is known in the audio community as a product with an all-BA design, so the drivers flex is not really a concern. With regards to configuration, the KZ AS10 needs to offer more isolation since it has no air ventilation necessary for dynamic drivers.
The KZ AS10 has copper colored braided 2-pin cables with an L-shaped 3.5mm jack. Some users do not find a cable to be appealing because it is tangle-prone. With the KZ AS10, the cable is not as tangle-prone but it can still be problematic and annoying at times. In a nutshell, the KZ AS10 can be considered as a stable headphone mainly because of its ear hook-like design. However, it’s not made of a plastic hook or real rubber, but of flexible cable.