Conclusion: The road to audiophilia gets a little less steep, treacherous and hazardous to the wallet with Klipsch’s Image S4 headphones. For casual music listeners who can’t quite justify a pair of cans that cost five times as much as the player they’ll be wired into, Klipsch strikes a winning balance with the...
Summary: I got these about 7 months ago and I use them to listen at work. I have a very borring job and these really help to brighten my day. The mids and highs are gorgeous. The bass is good too but I would not reccommend them to a person who oppsesses about bass.
Summary: These were the last in-ear headphones I bought before I decided that I just can use them without feeling like my head is in a vice. That being said, these were the most comfortable vice-like in-ears that I found.
Pros: Price, bass, ipod controlls
Cons: cannot be worn for long periods of time, missing treble
Summary: *Note I did not purchase the one with the microphone
Right after I got my Beats Studio stolen, I decided to get a temporary pair of headphones while I get better ones and these seem to be great for that.
Pros: Above average bass response, price is just right, great isolation, lightweight, overal clarity
Cons: The treble may sound fuzzy, to me it did, cheap carrying case,
Summary: For $100, I am completely satisfied with the earbud's comfort and fit in my ears (guarantee one of the three sizes will fit), the sound quality (compared to so many headphones at the $200 range, including Beats by Dr.
Summary: I really like these earbuds. they are a huge step up from the crappy skullcandys that I bought a few years ago. They are a little bass heavy, but that doesn't bother me. I love the in line controls, they come in really useful. I didn't rate the mic, though, because I don't use it.
Pros: Sound Quality, bass in particular, in line iphone controls
Cons: can be a little uncomfortable after a long time (2+ hrs)
Summary: I got a pair of these to use with my iPhone for listening to music as well as making calls. So far I'm pretty pleased. I agree with raghunath that they are a little bassy, at least compared to my last cheap pair. But I don't mean that in a bad way. I like the way they sound.
Pros: Sound good, Comfortable, iPhone-compatible
Cons: large button, ear mold plastic could be firmer
Summary: These were the first IEMs I bought that were over 50$ after reading good reviews on it. Unfortunately I don't think they live up to the hype. They are definitely better than some of the other consumer-oriented brands such as Beats, Bose, etc. but they are not worth 70 or 80$.
Pros: Good overall sound quality, nice aesthetic design, one of the better "consumer" headphones you can buy at retail
Summary: Brought these way back in 2011 for what seems like a total rip off today of $80 or so.
Good: Bass, I think the bass is too dominant with these, it makes the mids sound bad and the highs are just absolute crap.
Pros: Bass, high quality, carry case, (comfort, isolation)
Summary: You will always remember your first, and these earphones are probably the best first's i could ever get at that time. For someone who had never used anything besides apple earphones and equivalent quality earphones, so the s4's where a huge jump in terms of audio quality.