Pros: Very good sound. The bass is excellent the treble is good, the mid range is ok. Comes with a range of different ends to fit any ear opening size. Important when you have small ear openings. When they say noise isolating they mean it.
Cons: If they aren't in quite right they don't sound very good. Also, the S4i model went on sale shortly after I got these. I would have liked to have the controls on the cord.
Summary: I think bought these for a price in the mid-thirties (from NewEgg, of course)! I would not pay the original list price of $79.99, but for less than $40. I think I got good value. (I sort of expected to like these because I have Klipsch speakers in my audio system at home and I have always liked Paul Klipsch's idea of what good audio should sound like.
Pros: Very good bass but not bass-heavy. Delicate trebles, too. This is well-balanced sound.
Cons: It is true these need to be broken in, and until you do they can sound a bit tinny. By the end of your first week with them you will be happy, period.
Summary: These are so frustrating to own! The sound quality is very good, and these are by far the most comfortable earbuds I have ever had. Comes with several soft silicone tips that make fitting easy. I have very small ear canals and the smallest double flange tips fit perfectly. I wear these all night long because my bed partner snores quit a bit. I've owned 4 pairs in the last year and a half. I would have rated these 0 stars except for how darn comfortable they are.
Pros: Extremely comfortable Good quality sound Nice carrying case
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Syed H., Newegg
7 April 2013
Summary: I got them on a sale price ~$60CAD, thus I am pleased
Pros: When i initially (immediately out of the box) heard these buds, i honestly though that i had received a either a bad unit or even a fake. But then I remembered an article from iLounge about breaking-in of ear-buds. The sound was initially too sparkly and immensely lacking in Bass. The sound-space was there at all. Now after approximately 24 hours, teh Bass has finally started to give in and I can feel the sound-space building up ever so gradually. Compared to my Sennh...
Cons: Needs time to break in. Also the cord micro-phonics can be troublesome for active users.
Pros: The sound. Push these lightweight phones in your ears and you are rewarded with sounds that you would pay 3 to 4 time more. These I payed 80 dollars for when I bought them and they were worth the price then. You can have these for a steal. Let me tell you what you get if you are presently using ear buds that came withwhat ever phone or music player you purchased. They don't fall out of you ears. They isolate noise from the outside little plane noise, train noise etc. ...
They're alright if you're upgrading from lower grade headphones.
Roland H., Newegg
7 April 2013
Summary: As with any audio review, this is based on my personal preference consisting of: bass that isn't overpowering, average mids (average meaning it can be corrected a bit with EQ), and smooth or warm highs.
Pros: They do have a really good, almost punchy bass response, which compliments electronic music well (Daft Punk & various dubstep, house, and DnB artists). They are VERY comfortable (but still has it's cons) once you get used to the fit of the earbuds and look sleek as well. They clarity can be complemented in electronic music by one of the cons with the higher frequencies.
Cons: The headphones have good bass, but unfortunately, it causes the mids to be recessed, and seemingly, to try to make up for the clarity loss, Klipsch has made these particularly bright. So much so that listening to rock and genres alike has become very fatiguing on the ear. The highs aren't smooth and warm as is my personal preference, which really what is the main problem with these headphones for me. The sports fit doesn't seem to do well with my ears. The wire keeps ...
Summary: Someone please take these away. Basically I will never buy Kiplish ever again.
Pros: Nice sound if you can hear it. Every movement you make is transferred to the cord. Unbareable ear phones.
Cons: You can hear all sounds from cord moving. Everything. Forget about exercising. Put it in your jacket and you can hear cord moving against jacket. I've had dozens of headphones and earphones over my life time. Complete rip off.
Pros: Wow, the quality is amazing as expected coming from Klipsch. I normally wouldn't of thought of spending more than a few bucks on a pair of in-ears but they were on sale and I am amazed.
Cons: I'm hard on things and eventually will lose/break them and won't want to settle for cheap replacements. Will definitely be splurging for expensive in-ears again when the time comes, don't know if this counts as a con though.