Reviews and Problems with Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic
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Sound quality 4
Build quality 6
Noise reduction 6
Coolness factor 4
Apple In-Ear headphones
30 November 2014
Summary: The details of these headphones said, "two drivers in each earbud for clearer highs and deeper bass". Although the highs seemed okay it didn't have the bass that I was expecting. The bass in the out-of-the-box headphones seems better to me. Even with the provided ear tips I couldn't get a good fit.
Cons: The sound quality sounds "tinny" to my ear. I don't feel they're worth the money I spent for them.
Summary: Thought I'd try these as a change from the standard ear buds, which if you can find an oversize foam cover to put on them so they sit right in the ear are amazingly good for the price. These are quite comfy, but have a thin reedy sound with no bass.
Summary: These earphones have very high sound quality, people have complained about their bass but these people obviously do not have the right size ear tips in. Overall, the sound on these earphones are well balances and you can hear notes you never heard before due to the enhanced clarity.In the past I...
Summary: Have been thinking of buying these headphones for a while, been waiting due to the bad reviews I had read. Decided to give it a try being conscious I could return them in case of disappointment. What to say? I am VERY SATISFIED.
Summary: My first impression of these were they sounded poor, lack of bottom end bass. Then I pushed them in a little more and then I had a nice even response from them. My only critic is that the cable is noisy when it moves (when walking, turning your head) unlike the standard ear buds.
Summary: For £65 and considering they are a Which best buy, I was really expecting these would be a lot better than the standard headphones that come with the iPhone. Sadly they're not. Not even on a par, but actually a lot worse.
Summary: Have twice had to return these headphones as they simply do not work. After about a month, the right ear stopped working completely on both occasions. If you are thinking £65 seems fair for what is bound to be a reasonable product, given that Apple tends not to produce rubbish, don't be fooled.
Summary: As soon as i got these as a Christmas present, i made sure i fitted the correct silicone buds for my ears, which is where i guess a few of the negative reviewers went wrong. They were miles better than the free ones i got with my iPhone and i've just doubled the experience by fitting them with some...
Summary: These head phones are pretty good bit overpriced. Had three pairs of these waiting for my fourth set. If your not getting the bass maybe change the size of the buds it's napped to me before the sound is totally different without the right size buds on