Summary: I have seen these recommended by many, reviewer and consumer alike. It' has been given praise for being an excellent replacement, and even a step up, from those iBuds and Earpods that are included with every iPod and iPhone. Some have even said that these make a great starting point for anyone interested in better audio. So, do these live up to their reputation? Well, as always, I will start by listing the listening material used to test this pair of earphones.
Summary: Before these, I had the Etymotic ER6's and the Ultimate Ears TripleFi. I'll be comparing the Klipschs to these.
First off, let me explain quickly why I bought these. I lost my TripleFis and frankly just wanted a pair of headphones quickly and cheaply. I had been curious about the Klipsch product and when I found these for $30 on Amazon with free 2-day shipping, I jumped: that's impulse-buy prices.
The sound quality on these is great for $30.
Pros: Very comfortable and secure, great isolation
Summary: theres no review of s3 so i am posting one and its my first too . i have many low end earphones , for me this is mid tier , cant afford even the cheapest shure 215 , so i got these from a online store , my studies said its good , cnet uk gave it 4.5/5 and others were positive too .
the package:- minimalistic , i did wanted a cable clip but okay , three pairs if oval tips , mid one fits good to me , the pouch is good too , but should have been bigger i think .
Summary: I think the S3 nails a very intermediate niche. People who's coming from cheap $10 earphones or those awful Apple sets would be blown away by the sound coming from this piece. But those who are coming from the "audiophile" side and are somewhat used to high-quality headphones of any kind would listen to it and think "well, they are just OK, but I'll take them, I need a good portable option".
Pros: Lightweight, good-looking, isolation, nice sound when the right spot is found, cost-benefit
Cons: Need of "ear tuning", annoying cable sensitivity
Great sound quality; looks flimsy, but is actually tough
Ankur Banerjee, Amazon
15 January 2015
Summary: I generally buy in-ear headphones in the sub-£60 price bracket almost exclusively, so I've had a lot of experience with different brands. By far, these the Klipsch S3m is the best pair I've ever owned. Sound quality was good and I liked that it doesn't skew towards lows/bass, like many headphones in this price range are wont to do. The buds are comfortable to wear and don't pop out. Their marketing spiel is the oval-shaped buds result in a better in-ear fit.