Summary: Straight from the Klipsch site: Volume Control (Android 4.0.3 or later - all phones) The volume control function in the Klipsch Control app is overridden by the system command to launch voice search. IOW, _not_ a secret, stop yer cryin'. Probably why _all_ S4 are replaced now by R6. just sayin'...
Pros: Good sound for bass heads; very, very comfortable; reasonably clear.mid and treble Discontinued now, should lead to better... Only difference between II and this is flat vs round cable - user choice.
Cons: one button control - volume doesn't work with Jelly Bean or KitKat at all, and last versions of Ice Cream Sandwich Android OS
Excerpt: I bought Klipsch IMAGE S4 In-Ear Enhanced Bass Noise-Isolating Headphones for 400 pesos from a computer store in SM and was glad it was backed with a longer refund and warranty lasting 14 days. These earphones were made by Klipsch.
Summary: I've had the last 2 generations of these earphones. The sound, noise isolation, remote w/ mic, and looks make a great product. However, I've had the last 3 break on me within 3 years. Klipsch warranty covered it up to 2 years and replaced them easily enough which was awesome but after the remote broke yesterday and with an expired warranty I'm finally done buying this model. They are basically image S4 models now. Enjoy them while you can.
awful... they pull out of your ears when worn properly.
23 January 2014
Summary: if your in the market for ear plug type, i recommend the Shure SE215, by far superior product in the same price range in EVERY respect. they dont have a mic but it can be attached easily. If your not going to get the shures then a suitable substitute for these were the Bose SIE2i which i also bought at the same time. The Klipsch were a total waste of money. the bose are more comfortable, dont fall out, and on par with these, muted and not bright.
Pros: sound is acceptable. chord is light weight. different ear sizes included.
Cons: The chord is light and will prob not last. the Mic is super bulky. even when the plugs are worn properly with the clip, and wires over the ear, they pull out of your ear like crazy.
Pros: Great Sound. I got these for $34 on sale here, but I would say they are worth the $98 they are selling for now. Just a great sound balance over all. I don't claim that I can tell good from great sound, but I can certainly tell good from adequate, and these are definitely good.
Summary: the kilpsch sound is superior for the frequent $30 sale price but after 4 different pairs of s4 and the same flimsey connections failing, its time to go elsewhere btw, have used klipsch seakers on my pc which r alive after 9 years but others have frequent overheat problems
Pros: great sound- bass and treble not distorted
Cons: over last 8 years, used 3 other brand for comparison-- klipsch s4 have best overall sound but had 4 pairs- all broke with bad connections within 3 mths use-am not particularly hard on ear phones- klipsch just refuses to improve the wire connections at all
Summary: The quality of the sound really shines when you jack the volume up (discretion is advised, don't blow your eardrums out). I could have easily been out a few hundred dollars for comparable quality, but I'm glad I gave these a chance.
Pros: Very clear sound, deep bass, and quality you'd expect from a celebrity endorsed product that would cost $200 or more from your local Best Buy.
Cons: As with all in-ear buds, you'll get some noise from the wire rubbing against clothes or other surfaces.