Reviews and Problems with Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic
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Scared at first bug happy with them
Jeremy B, Apple Store
29 April 2015
Summary: This review is only after about 24 hours of use so I can't speak to the longevity of these In-Ear Headphones. When I first tried them out (within one minute), I was very disappointed and ready to return them because there was absolutely NO bass.
Summary: I'm loving the apple in-ear headphones, I'm not sure what kind of problems others are experiencing but I think you should make sure that it is not a chinese remake of the apple in-ear headphones.
Summary: First the bad. I've gone through two sets of these over a couple years because when you do something stupid with them, the cable will break. The cables are relatively thin, and will not resist stupidity such as catching them as the center console door closed while I was pulling them out.
The earbuds just don't fall off! Good pair, little pricy for what you get.
ryan S, Apple Store
29 November 2014
Summary: I hate to hear people say the earbuds fall off of their ears. That's because they don't know how do wear them or they have never tried inear earbuds before. I have been wearing inear headphones for four years now. Till this day there has been no problem of earbuds falling off of my ears.
Summary: My husband and I often do motocycle. I like listening to music. As my husband has an Harley, you can imagine that on the back seat, I cannot hear necessarily the music. I bought these earplug and beleive it or not - I can very well hear the music.
Summary: I bought these about two years ago and I really like them. They give me a little shock, I clean out my ears and they are fine. The silicone ear piece did come off in my ear once and I got a little panicked but it can out. I just make sure that I keep the silicone pressed on all the time.
Summary: These entry level dual-driver buds provide a clean, transparent, balanced, compressed mix, with the individually driven two-way speakers providing some air and dimension. The bass is there but in balance, like a professionally mixed and mastered recording. I wonder what the market is for these buds.
Summary: I must admit the sound quality is really good. However, living in a dry climate (Calgary) like I do, I have noticed, after time, static electricity build up on the metallic speakers to which the rubber buds attach to.
Summary: It's a good headphone but Apple is not making headphones as their main thing so I suggest going with the Apple EarPods their are extremely great sounding headphones I have ever seen and it's just $30.But,if you like In-Ear Headphones go with the others or take this one.