Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod InEar Headphones
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Apple In-Ear Headphones
27 September 2007
Excerpt: Last weekend, I finally had the time and, more importantly, the money to buy a replacement for my misplaced Apple earphones. So, filled with much excitement and anticipation, I went to the mall with my younger brother early in the morning to buy my new headphones. After what seemed like …
Summary: Recommended to my friends who are using Apple product . Not a bad chose , money well spent on this beautiful pair of earbud . Fit - 8.5/10 Sound isolation : 8/10 Sound - Bass : 9/10 - Mids : 7.5/10 - Highs : 6.5/10
Pros: Good Bass , Normal Mids ,
Cons: Highs - to me it seems a bit not to my taste
Excerpt: Introduction# As you might have previously read on my review on the general Apple headphones which you get with iPhones and iPods i wasn't to happy with what i got. I felt that those earphones were quite poor for the usual high quality of Apple products.
Pros: Great Quality, Comfortable To Wear, Works On Apple & Blackberry
Excerpt: Apple in ear headphones: Introduction I purchased these headphones just over a month ago now, and to be completely honest the only reason I purchased these in particular was because one they looked fantastic but also because I presumed due to the fact they are apple they would be excellent quality.
Pros: Aesthetically beautiful, and good sound quality
Cons: I still believe you pay too much for the brand
Summary: The Apple In-Ear headphones are definitely better than the ones we get bundled with iPods but that isn't really something to boast about, because what isn't? The sound quality of the headphones are pretty good (better when hooked up to a laptop). I have no complaints about the sound quality.
Pros: Sound Quality, Comfort, Remote Control + Mic, Works with my BB Bold 9700.
Cons: Horrible build quality (Read the Whole Review)
Excerpt: I've never been able to use the standard headphones which come with iPods, they're just not comfortable and don't fit in my ear properly. I purchased a pair of the in-ear headphones a couple of years ago. They come in a handy little box with a few different sizes of the rubber ear pieces.
Summary: By everything else I mean the price, the earbuds, and the sound. And boy is the sound really bad. The bass is about as deep as Katie Price and the treble sounds like nails on a blackboard (whatever you're listening to).
Excerpt: A bit dissapointed with these headphones. Sound quality is only good when you really stuff them in you ear. They are very comfortable but don't stay in my ears if I'm moving about. I usually listen to my ipod when walking to town and find I have to press them back in my ears every 2 min.
Excerpt: Who would think that walking down the street someone could tell what brand of mp3 player you are listening to by the headphones you are wearing? Well this is exactly the case with the apple iPod headphones.