Excerpt: It's not so easy to convert a headphone to Bluetooth. You've got to find space for the amplifier, processing circuitry, radio transceiver, and battery-and all that stuff taking up space inside the earpieces can change the sound a lot.
Excerpt: I recently got fed up with how much noise my headphone cable was making whenever it touched my collar. It’s such a small thing, really, but once you start to think about those kind of things, they only get more annoying by the second, like the sound of air whistling its way into your HVAC intake...
Excerpt: If you’re as sick as I am of the earbuds that were packaged with your iPod but don’t really want to become a full fledged headphone addict, here’s a great pair of phones that will server you well – The Image ONE by Klipsch. Yeah, the speaker company.
Summary: My favourite earphones were the Klipsch Image s4's. Purchased these for 80$ back in Jan 2011. Still going strong. Theses were my first expensive earphones, and they got me hooked. I have tried Bose, Sennheiser, Dr. Dre( haha lol...
Summary: if you enjoy bass like i do these are very good headphones for the price, they mids and highs are good, i cant go into detail because im not a audiophile but the bass is very thumpy and rumbly. This is a very fun sounding heapphone and exciting. These are pretty comfy and adjust nicely.
Pros: very nice bass, comfortable, well made, play pause controller
Cons: cable connets to both sides, looks kinda weird
Summary: I have been using these headphones almost every day for the better part of a year and they have proven to be very reliable. I did have to get them replaced about a week after I bought them for what sounded like a ripped cone in the left ear but no problems since, most likely a fluke since I haven't...
Pros: Nice bang for the buck, comfortable, bass response
Summary: For the price I thought they would be a bit better. The materials are nothing special. The cable is kind of cheap but I do know in their newest version of it the cable is improved. I think you need an amp for these which is never something I want to do.
Summary: The Image One's were the first over-ear/ on- ear headphone I purchased. I was always concerned about them not being as loud as in ears, and the portability issues as well, but with an amp, I was no longer concerned with volume, and I actually now find full sizes to be as portable as in ears.
Summary: These are my favorite headphones of all time. They aren't the best sounding or looking or the best quality build, but they aren't lacking and can be found for VERY cheap.
Quality and looks
The looks are very good.
Pros: Inexpensive, durable, lightweight, good sound, bass, in-line remote
Cons: A bit small for over-ear, a bit big for on-ear, thin cable/connector