Very good sound, terrible, terrible ergonomics. Stay away.
Zlatan Pasic, Amazon
8 July 2014
Summary: I bought these basing my decision mostly on the reviews I saw on Amazon. Well, and because I already had a pair of K451s which are, frankly, excellent headphones. Anyhow, the only thing I can say is that, having used mid to high range in-ear 'phones for twenty years, at least, I have never, ever...
Summary: I bought these to replace Philips SHE8500, which I lost. Needless to say, I was expecting a premium earbuds, superior sound ( SHE8500 already sounded nearly perfect for me ). 1. Sound is a little bit better. Not much, if you're not audiophile, you won't notice difference, except in bass.
Summary: Very happy. I disagree with some of the other reviewers. * I find the volume more than enough to make my ears bleed. Perhaps they should try a more powerful source or get their hearing tested. * I also find the sound quality excellent.
Summary: These buds do sound good my main gripe is the comfort. Having worn them for a few hours at a time they have started to irritate the Anti Tragus due to the shape of the earphone, and the drag of the cord. The combat this I've invested in a set of over the ear guides to divert the cable upwards.
Summary: Great quality look great sound great. As the other reviews say they're a little uncomfortable at first and after prolonged use when you take them out your ears hurt a little if you touch them. However worth the money.
Summary: Having spent ages reviewing mid-range earbuds (£30-£100) I went for these based on the very positive reviews scattered around the web - namely [...] Having worn them now for the past week I have to say I am disappointed.
Summary: After a lot of research in the mid to good price range, I went for the AKG K-376 earphones. I stuck these in my ear and hit play – Wow! The sound is clear and crisp with good bass tones and I can now hear every instrument.