Excerpt: I love that this earphone is very durable. Besides, the powerful durability, this earphone has explosives bass. For those people who's a fan of bass, get this earphone! Great isolation as well, can't hear a thing from outside. Plus, great price for a great quality product. Two thumbs up!
Excerpt: its the best earphones ever used after the jvc 1x and you can say its the much much imporved version of 1X, the bass is better and harder then 1x, <br /><br />its sound quality is amazing and really awesome when using with beatsaudio smartsphone...<br /><br />i recommend to all, if you are bass lover...
Pros: Comfortable, Compact Design, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality
Summary: These little headphones have a 5 - 20,000 Hz frequency response. What does this mean? Very deep base and crisp highs. They sound very good for the price. They also include 3 sets of ear cushions in different sizes so that they fit just right. I have been using these headphones for about a month now and I am not disappointed. If you are looking for some inexpensive headphones, get these.
Summary: I did a lot of research when looking for a good set of earbuds that had mind-numbing bass and good overall clarity. My research on websites like ****** and headfi pointed me to these earbuds. As long as you choose the right sized cushions, and make sure the seal between it and your ear canal is tight, the bass will make your head vibrate. I can't believe that sears has these for just over $13 right now. Its almost a crime.
Summary: This is the updated version of the haf x1x these are the ones you want. Whats up with no case also!
Pros: Did a lot of research for a great sounding set that didnt break the bank. The sound you get from these is unmatched. I didnt think you could get this much sound from a set of ear buds. Listened to my playlist and was like listening to it for the first time. The mids and lows is unreal.
Summary: Maybe I was expecting too much from $15 headphones.
Pros: Inexpensive and stylish.
Cons: They fit awkwardly and must be adjusted frequently as they keep falling out of the ear. I thought xtreme explosives were known for bass but these are completely lacking. Sound quality in general is poor and hurts the ears at higher volumes.
Summary: If you own an Android device, and you love bass you owe yourself to get NOOZY media player(check xda) and turn on the enhancements and turn up the bass slightly along with the lower highs(I LIKE BASS) and this headphone will blow your head off. Bassy when you need them to be and very clear highs when playing rock, alternative etc.
Pros: I am not an audiophile, but I can spot good sound when I hear it. I initially compared this to my over the ear modded HTF600 and just as I expected the soundstage is no where as good. But it is no slouch either. You can still distinguish the center from the left and the right.
Cons: Construction leaves something to be desired. Cables are thin but I ran and sweated with these headphones on for the past month and they are still fine as day one. Also you need to let these burn for a long TIMEE. Initially the mids are garbage and highs are too harsh. so BURN em good!! Also, I noticed hissing when no audio is playing, fortunately my phone is smart enough not to play audio when there isnt any audio playing(lol obvious feature on my NEXUS 4 but nonexist...
Summary: I found that I had to constantly adjust these to get a consistent sound, and doing so stopped me getting into the music. Because of this I sold them quickly. They sound similar to Etymotic ER6i, with perhaps better bass. I'm not sure if they distorted treble slightly.
Basically, unless you get them dirt cheap or love the looks, there's real earphones to be bought instead.