Summary: Fantastic headphones, though I prefer a 'warm' sound signature, and these have more of a 'cool' sound signature. They are good headphones that are worth your money, but I think they are over-hyped a little bit. There are some really good competitors.
Pros: These are ridiculously durable. Don't let that flimsy-looking cord fool you, these can take abuse. As far as sound, they are great all around and very accurate. Comfy. Klipsch e-mail tech support is really friendly (don't use their chat though). When I lost a large earpiece I e-mailed them and th...
Cons: Volume can get loud, although I wish it could go even louder as my ears aren't too good. The highs can be fatiguing and can be a little overpowering. Bass is very solid, although you're definitely not going to FEEL the beat anytime soon.
Summary: I need to replace mine. I will not buy this model again, had they lasted more than a month, I would have been happy.
Pros: I liked them, the fit was good, the sound quality great.
Cons: The down side for me is on my set, somewhere between the plug and speakers, the wire(s) are broken. I can get them to work crunching up the cord, let it hang, dead. I work with them on, I probably hooked the cord and broke them. So, take that
Pros: Gorgeous sound, clear highs, deep lows. Exactly what you would want to hear from 100 dollar headphones. Sound cancellation is pretty good from fitting in your ear well. Earbud design is nice and rests inside my ear like I've never had before.
Cons: I love the idea of the app and I really want to encourage the developers to fix it for every phone but the app will not work on my CM7 Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant. That is why its only 4 eggs. The sad part is I specifically checked if they discluded it and only discluded the captivate, the AT&T vers...
Summary: I did an absolute TON of research to find a good pair of Android earbuds that had good quality sound for <$100, this was the highest recommended product I could find. I took the leap and bought them and I'm incredibly glad that I did.
Pros: Great sound, very comfortable, works with Android phones.
Cons: They do not feel incredibly sturdy. The wires FEEL flimsy, that's not to say that it IS flimsy, and I'm not willing to throw them around to test how much it would take to break them. I have a cheap pair of another brand that I use for the gym, and I treat these with kid gloves so they'll last.
Summary: These came highly recommended from old reviews on CNET. Not sure I would recommend these to anyone else, especially not at this price level.
Pros: -- Very clear highs and rich bass if you can get the buds to fit fully within your ear.
Cons: -- Considering the price tag, not the huge upgrade from the Apple buds I was hoping for. -- Maybe this is problematic for all in-ear buds, but getting a good fit is a pain, even with the three options for bud size. The large is too big. The small is too small. The medium fits OK but not great. --...
Summary: I have never regretted buying these; they were definitely worth the money. Sleeping with them in is not such a good idea, because it will be exremely uncomfortable if you lay your head down on one side or the other.
Pros: These headphones are incredibly clear and have a very full sound to them. The bass is plentiful, but not overwhelming. The sound quality has not decreased over the past year of heavy usage. I was also relieved they carried multple end pieces to change around depending on the size of your ears.
Cons: They hurt the insides of my ears after a while, and it can be uncomfortable. That's the only thing keeping me from giving these 5 eggs.
Summary: I have an iPhone 4. Previously, I had the Shure SE125 earbuds. I thought they sounded very good, and were an excellent buy. Though over the 2+ years I owned them, I had numerous issues (one time the left channel was fizzling out, with no sign that it was an issue with the cable, and multiple times,...
Pros: - Very good sound quality for the price. Mids/highs are suitably crisp and powerful (though not as much as I would ideally like). Bass is substantial, and is hard to beat at this price. - Very few competitors offer a 3-button iPhone/iPod inline mic, and of them, I think this one is actually the b...
Cons: - The cable is actually THINNER (or mayybe just as thin) than stock iPod buds. With the constant use that mine receive, this makes me nervous that they'll get snagged and break near the connectors, or just otherwise fail after a short while - Thin cable also tangles much easier than the thicker c...