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.
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: These look good and sound good. They won't compare with higher end IEMs, but for ~$35, you could do a lot worse. The problem with mine is that they died after 3 paltry months. When I wasn't using them, they sat on the passenger seat of my car. They were never shoved into a pocket or abused.
Summary: I am surprised to get such a bad product from a company like this
Pros: Sounded great for 1st month....
Cons: I bought 2 pair. Having problems with both pairs. I have had to have them replace twice and are broke again. Sound starts coming out only one ear bud. I think its the connecter. Klipsch wont say....just wanst to keep sending me new ones. Bad product!!!
Summary: I did manage to shove these in so far that they both sealed, stayed and HURT like crazy. But when I did that, they did sound really good. Probably as good as anything else I have heard for $100 or even more.
Pros: Great sound IF they fit your ear.
Cons: These will not stay in my ears. I have tried the largest eartip that comes with these, but they are simply too small to hold the phones in my ears. This is the first in a half-dozen different in-ear models that I have tried that do not fit properly. Without the good fit, they sound terrible, and ...
Summary: Once I heard the short, I started shopping again. The Panasonic RP-HJE120-K have a similar design and audio quality at a HUGE discount compared to these. They're not nearly as comfortable, but if I'm going to be forced to buy headphones every 5 weeks, I'd rather pay $7 instead of $40.
Pros: Extremely comfortable - I absolutely love how they fit. The only earbuds I've ever owned that I could wear all day without any irritation to my ears. Also, they did have good bass response.
Cons: Right out of the box, I thought the audio quality is middle of the road, if not a bit on the low end. Bass was good, but the mids and highs were muddy and scratchy. However, I bought them to listen to audiobooks and podcasts, so I wasn't too concerned. I used them daily for about five weeks when ...
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.
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 ...
Pros: Arrived quickly and undamaged (says more about Newegg than the headphones themselves)
Cons: - Earbuds aren't comfortable at all, hurt ears after relatively little continuous use - None of the three sizes of buds fit right, the closest still doesn't hold in the ear well and I have to jam it almost to the eardrum to get any sort of closure from ambient noise - Chord makes more noise than ...