Summary: Very overhyped buds. They are really not as good as people say and overpriced for what they are, even during sales. I am out sixty bucks, after just under two years, and I really should have gotten more out of these for the price I paid.
Pros: Ok sound. Came in Nice box
Cons: Sound not that much better compared to other earbuds in this price range. Horrible wire design. Wires frayed after about 1 year. How convenient because warranty is over. The rubber part of the wire that connects to the buds split in two on both sides. Earbud headphones are for using on the go. Th...
Pros: Cheap! Got them for $50, i use to have a pair of Shure E3C and Ultimate Ears (pre logitech). These headphone do not sound as good as those, but you could buy 5-6 of these for one of those. Comfortable in the ears, nice bass, the treble could be better, but for the price you can't beat them.
Cons: The wiring on the earbuds do not feel like they are very high quality. They seem to be very "rubbery" they still curl up quite easily.
Pros: These ear buds are good if you use them without any adjustments. If you want to get the most out of them you should use and an app or any program that has an equalizer. This makes them some of of the best earbuds you can own.
Cons: Without an equalizer they are not that great.
Cons: These headphones are made terribly low quality. They broke in three different places within about 6 months even when keeping excellent care of them and never letting them get tangled or forcing them into a tight knot. Klipsch support did absolutely NOTHING for me even when I reported the obvious ...
Summary: I did not buy these through newegg but I felt compelled to write a review about these just to share my experiences. I purchased these to replace my slightly damaged vmoda earbuds as one of the cables is stripped near the earpiece and copper wire is now showing.
Pros: Nice design, very comfortable in the ears.
Cons: Not as good as other high-end vmoda earbuds. See Other Thoughts below.
Cons: Was difficituly to stay in ear when walking on campus but we can blame my ears for that. What really sucked is that after just a few months the cable on the left speaker started to get cut till it just stopped working... Always got tangled up in my pockets...
Summary: ok. so i was looking for some good earbuds in the 40 to 60 price range, and found these at Nebraska Furniture Mart. the rep recommended me a pair of skull candies at first, but i have had bad experiences with them. i used to have a pair of cheap sony's.
Pros: Looks good, sounds amazing, and not too pricey
Cons: no volume controll which isn;t really a cone for me. and not a braided cord