Summary: By D. Harriman The original ear phones for my Creative Zen got destroyed so I contacted the Mfg. to ask what they would recommend to be the closest thing they had to my original pair. This is the product they recommended. Sorry to say they fall short of my originals. I particularly liked the original pair because if I turned them down to 1 to 4 I could hear everything around me at work but I could still enjoy quality music.
Summary: I bought these earphones as a second pair just to use on-the-go/ backup. Construction is very nice. Earbuds have a nice soft, rubberised feel and they come with a small synthetic carry case. They have a 90 degrees connector (which I prefer). However, sound quality was just average in my opinion. The pair I have are a bit weak on the base and music tends to emphasise the upper spectrum/ treble.
Summary: Needed some iPod replacement earbuds but refuse to pay a proportionately massive amount for tiny things that sometimes leverage their branding more than their quality and performance (Apple and Sony, take note...). These are reasonably priced, comparable to my original iPod buds with marginally better bass, and a comfortable fit in the ear.
Summary: Bought a new MP3 player only to discover the included earphones were awful, they had the frequency response of a telephone. Got these as a replacement and was pleasantly suprised that the sound quality was very good in comparison considering the price. For the best sound I push them quite firmly into my ears and this seems to make the bass end better and stops them falling out when jogging / exercising.