Summary: Let me start by saying that I am no expert when it comes to sound. I am not very good at using what I like to call "Audiophile terminology". Anyways, on to the review.
-Dell Inspiron 15
-Samsung Galaxy Q
-Sony Xperia S
-iPod touch 2nd gen
-iPod nano 5th gen
-iPod nano 6th gen
Well, having owned these for as long as I have, there have been countless tracks used with these.
Pros: Light. Sturdy. Compact. Bass (for those who like it). Comfortable for a few hours. Remote and mic. Easy to EQ. Nice design. Nice case.
Cons: Bass. Recessed mids. Muddy. Bloated. The wire, Plug.
Summary: Having gone from the absolutely awful Sony MDR-XB500s directly to these, I was relatively impressed. Only relatively, though. Now that I own Audio-Technica ATH-M50s with non-airtight velour replacement pads and a Fiio E11 without using the bass boost feature, I've come to truly appreciate the somewhat more neutral sound my current setup presents. The Image ONE has plenty of sub, and it extends impressively low. The highest highs, however? Gone.
Pros: Will satisfy bassheads, restrained highs are forgiving, very durable and good-looking
Cons: Too much bass for me, drowned lower mids, upper mids are pushy
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. From what I hear though klipsch has moved back to the US and I hope that means they will put out more impressive models. I still enjoyed it but I was left not satisfied. They are comfortable though.
Summary: There is no sugar-coating it, this 'phone has a dominant low end and a murky one at that. I find that with some eq'ing I can get a pretty good sound out of these but there is no hiding the bass heavy bias.
Great controls and design. I never realized how handy it is to go wireless until I got these. Very light and comfortable. Not totally isolating but mutes surrounding noise enough while alowing you to stay aware of your surroundings.
Excerpt: Decent sound quality 7 out of 10. Passable comfort for long periods of wear 7 out of 10- I conduct a lot of phone trainings that are 90 mins . My ears get sore at around 75-90 minutes in. Though I have a loud booming voice, the mic is not especially sensitive, or is perhaps located too far down the cord and away from my mouth, and so I often have to speak more loudly or hold the mic closer to my mouth when I speak.
Excerpt: Ive been on the search for perfect headphones for my loud commute on public transportation. My requirements were high audio fidelity, iPhone controls, and closed cans or noise-cancelling for sound isolation, since I cant stand the feel of in-ear monitors or earbuds. I bought the Klipsch Image Ones based on positive reviews by users, brand name recognition, and a great sale on the product.
Excerpt: I listen mostly to folkAmericana w some indie mixed in. The bass in these headphones drowned out the vocals and the gentler instrumentation. However, listened to them on a piece of Peter Gabriel music that was designed to be bass heavy, and I felt like I was in the concert hall. I think theyre not the right headphones for me, but if you listen to more suitable types of music, you may want to give them a try.
Summary: The quality of these headphone are really good with a nice noise isolation. The build quality and appearance is also very nice. On the downside the are not as comfortable as other light on-ear headphones.
Summary: These headphones are reasonably priced with an awesome quality. I compared them to Studio (Beats) by Dr Dre that cost four times but I didn't notice much of difference. HOWEVER they are not comfortable for long time use. I noticed that after 20 mins my ears get sore and I have to constantly reposition them to avoid the pain. This eventually led me to go and return them despite the fact that I really liked them!