I've been using the Q 350s for some days now and after experimenting with the so called, seals, I was really impressed with how important actually is to choose the rights ones for your ears. After your responds (and I thank you for those) I came to conclude though, no pair of included cushions was good enough for my ears, so I used another 's brand cushions which suited me fine.
Summary: these are ok, i just bought them. They have the same dynamic musical presence as their on-ear, the Q-460. Construction is all plastic, but the cable seems flimsy. same as the Q-460s. I guess these are the compromises concerning the lower lines of the q-series.
Pros: same dynamic,super speedy sound as their Q460s...
Summary: I bought it for my friend in China. This type of earphone is quite expensive in China. Hence, I bought it in UK and took it to China when I came back at holiday. And my friend said it was so cool and tone quality was very good. He likes it.
Summary: I bought these because they had good reviews and they had an inline remote, the inline remote never worked properly and after a week of usage you had to push the microphone button down constantly not to hear squeaking in your ears. Unusually, Amazon were not that good with the return either, they tried to charge me for postage, which they never normally do.
Summary: The short review for these in-ear phones is they are great, every one makes and sells phones these days most of them cheap and sub standard when it comes to speaker quality but after a bit of research I found these Quincy headphones and they are superb, maybe a bit flashy with white earpieces and garish green leads but they are very good, the sound production is first class, they are reasonably expensive, not up to some Bose prices, but if it's clarity and quality you...