Summary: They are supposed to fit *snugly* in your ears. If they are falling out, you need to use a larger size. Mine are actually a overstuffed in my ears, but only then does the great sound come through. The bass is not huge, but well-proportioned. The sound is not too bright, not too boomy. Just right.
Summary: At the $20 price point I would prefer these over Skullcandy.
Pros: I've been a fan of klipsh products for quiet a while so a jumped at the opportunity to get some in-ear buds for $20. I've mainly used low in skull candy ear buds and these klipsh blow them out of the water for sound. Bass response is good as well.
Cons: As with most head phones nowadays, the cords are super thin. It makes for worse tangling of cords and more susceptible to breaking. As with other reviews the fit is different. Instead of comming out of the ear and going down, they seem to stick straight out. You get used to it
Summary: My search for an in-ear 'phone is over. This is the one and who can fault the price. Way to go Newegg! I see it is now out of stock and I can see why.
Pros: I have tried other in-ear 'phones but was never satisfied with the fit. These came to my attention (Special Offer) and I thought I should try the Klipsch. Finally an in-ear headset that actually fits in my ear. The three sizes of inserts almost guarantee that one of them will fit in your ear. I b...
Pros: Amazing quality and sound. It is mind numbing that these are Klipsch's lower end ear buds. These are the best ear buds I have ever listened to (I have not tried Bose but now I don't feel like I need to.)
Cons: They tend to slip out of the ear after a while. Have to keep pushing them back in. This could be because I have huge ears. Not sure this is Klipsch's fault.