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.
Summary: The headphones did have great sound, bass, crisp sound but sometimes the had to be restarted because they started to sound like an old modem. And after 10 days of normal use they broke in the neck of the left headphones connector to the headrest. Can't use then now. Really fragile in that spot. Going to buy me something more sturdy. I really liked them though...
Summary: I ordered these headphones several weeks ago, and initially they were great - I must say that, for the price, the sound quality is superb. However, only a few days into use, the headphone jack snapped off at the end whilst unplugging the headphones from my computer! Obviously, they were returned for a refund. I would recommend these based on sound quality alone, however I would advise you to be wary of possibly bad build quality!
Summary: It's not Bluetooth, I have ordered this item twice and received the wired version both times, there is clearly some sort of error. You have been warned. The actual should quality is not bad if you like bass, the mids and vocals can go missing however because of the booming bass.
Summary: Well price was irisistable and I though klipsch good quality audio firm these headphones say apt x but cant possibly have, way to bass heavy had to use eq to raise all mid range and treble just sounds tinny , fold up nicely look to be fairly well made but sound quality no better than cheap 20 quid pair of wired sony very very dissappointed thank god have my parrot ziks though fiddly n pain in ass sometime have far far far better sound even my jaybirds have.
Excerpt: I love to listen to music and watch films and so to me, having good headphones is essential, earphones are ok but sometimes headphones are nice too, even just having the option. I think with there being so many brands nowadays it can be quite hard to narrow down what is actually worth the money and what is on trend.