Pros: Nice sound., any movement transferred to wires and then you hear it. Terrible Headphones unless you sit perfectly still. I am not moving around, using these on desk top PC and just moving head, gets cable rub against body and you can hear it. I would never buy another Klipsch product again.
It's basically renting decent earphones for 3 months
Patrick J., Newegg
22 October 2014
Summary: Why I bought it: I live in NYC and when taking the subway, I rather listen to something I enjoy than the regular "NYC" noise. I've used many approx $100 earphones and even the Shure 3 series at ~ $300. I purchased their 2.1 Promedia speakers and was positive on the brand.
Pros: The sound is what you would expect from a ~$100 earphones. You hear things you normally don't hear with standard earphones because the ranges are just better. The bass sounds good. The noise cancelling works but just like any other, it's because your ear canal is blocked off. Because it's pure pl...
Cons: The "added" buttons really isn't meant for all android phones. The standard S5 earphones can control volume. This cannot. You lose it but gain fast forward, stop, and rewind. When running with them, they definitely do not stay. You need to constantly stick them in because they will start falling ...
Pros: ·Great Crispy Sound And Meaty Bass ·The Ear Buds Are Heavenly ·Build Quality On Par With Price
Cons: ·The Mic Controls +App Are Absolutely USELESS. The App Currently Stands @2.8 Rating, Why? It's Useless And The Controls Do Not Work As Advertised. As A Android User, You And I Know Mic Controls For Android Are Borked, It Remaines The Same, 2 Clicks=Call Random Person 3 Clicks=Google Voice Commands.
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. Their model number was IMAGE S4 and was available …
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: I gave this product 4 eggs because I don't feel these are worth the $70-$100 price tag. I got these on a Daily Deal sale for $55 and that seems responsible from my experience.
Pros: I would say these are pretty solid ear buds all around. Much more robust then say what Skullcandy puts out these days. They don't tangle nearly as much as the new Apple Earbuds either. The mids and highs are crystal clear and I haven't heard any complainants from the microphone calling people.
Cons: The sound reproduction is a little thin for my liking and lacks a more prominent bottom end. I listen to a lot of Metal, little rap, little techno/drum n bass and in all of these genres I feel like the bass just isn't quite there.