Reviews and Problems with Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic
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$30 earbuds are better, big disappointment!!
Mojmir H, Apple Store
17 May 2013
Summary: Pros - they look cool Cons - $15 earbuds soundquality, not better - when walk the cable constantly rattles in your ears - doesn't play equal, highs and bass changes dramaticall when a little moving speaker in ear - rubber pieces lose - remote has shar ends which often take hold on clothes As a big...
Summary: I lost the rubber pieces VERY easily just from pull the headphone out of my ear. Lost all spares with in the year. Had to resort to superglueing them on.., even then the rubber part still came off. Switched to 35$ apple ones.., same good sound quality with no trouble associated.
Summary: Before I was excited about have a $80 dollars headphones instead the cheap ones ($30) but when I tried them I knew I wasted my money.. The sound is simply horrible because there is NO BASS, nothing!! Tried several configurations but nothing work.. I gave them to my 5 years old sister.
Summary: I really liked the fit and sound of the ear phones. However, the tips come off easily, making it problematic to keep things together. I bought a replacement set once I lost all the ear buds on the first set, but the same thing happened again, so I've given up.
Summary: Bought these less than two months ago, and while they give good sound - they break so easily! Now only one of the earbuds is working, and it's "crackling". Not worth the money at all, wish I hadn't lost the receipt.
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.