Excerpt: Good, crisp sound from the headphones and it event blocks out some of the extraneous ambient sound in the immediate vicinity. I like the stylish travel pouch and love the flat design of the cord which minimizes tangling. Different sized ear cushions to get that customized fit for the best comfort.
Excerpt: Had a pair of Shure SE-210's for nearly five years. Loved them, and hated myself for losing them after such a good run! I spent over an hour at B&H trying potential replacements in the under-$200 category, and was astonished that one of my top two choices were these Klipsch in-ears for under $50!
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: I lost my Shure SE425's recently. Devastated, I knew I wasn't going to spend another $300 on earbuds, so I did my research and found these. In many ways, these are better than the ones I had. First off, these things are tons more comfortable. I am convinced that I have weirdly shaped ear canals, and I can wear these for hours. Also, I think the construction is pretty solid, though the cord is thinner than what I'm used to. Time will reveal. Overall, the sound is good.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Excerpt: As to be expected with Klipsch, high end is clear and crisp. The mid-range response is also clean. Low end is there, but a little soft. Overall, I am very satisified with these ear buds given the price point.
Excerpt: Bought these to replace my old Koss Porta Pros, used mostly to work out, and while commuting sometimes.The sound is actually really nice, not too much bass, (Like most of the new high end buds) thank goodness, and they pretty much stay in my ears, which is a problem that I have with most in ear phones.
Klipsch Image S4 offer decent sound for their price.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Pros: I've had the Klipsch s4's for a a long time. I've had plenty of ups and downs with them, allow me to clarify. I had S___re e2c before but they broke after much abuse. I picked these up because of rave reviews in the price segment, I immediately fell in love with the comfort, and the sound alike. The bass was livelier compared to my older IEM's and mids and highs were on point, not drowned or muffled. I had to make my friends listen to these.
Excerpt: This is one of the first sets of headphones that I invested in. They are excellent in-ear headphones with a somewhat expensive price of $80. They produce wonderful sound for you to appreciate and have a great base as well produced from the neodymium magnets. I have read reviews of these headphones being brittle but I have not yet had that problem since I took them out of their original box.
Excerpt: I did my homework when I decided to purchase this product, and I am very satisfied with this pair of headphones. The sound cancelling feature works very well, and the sound quality is wonderful (I don't find any specific boost in bass or treble, but it is a delight to listen music with). I am a frequent flyer, and having a pair of noise canceling headphones to take out the plane engine noise makes my flight more musically enjoyable.