Pros: Audio quality - excellent. Really no complaints in this department. Mic - incredibly sensitive. I mistakenly thought that it wouldn't work well because it sits fairly low. However, in my apartment, the mic easily picks up my voice as well as anyone talking within 5-10 ft of me. My mom thought I w...
Cons: Cord length.. I've only used Skull Candy for the last few years since they're decent quality for the low price tag. I will never buy a pair of headphones with a cord this long again. I'm 5'7" and even with my ipod in my pocket, the cord slack drapes down near my knees. It gets caught on EVERYTHIN...
Summary: These will probably not sound bad for most people. They do not however have accurate sound reproduction. They are base heavy, a bit raspy and as I mentioned I got 3 in a row with a cheap plastic sounding slight vibration sound to the treble that ruineds these for me.
Pros: Base is rich, powerful, volumous... basically rap/ hip hop friendly.
Cons: I tried 3 pairs of these thinking I just got a dud the first and second time- but after 3 pairs I quit trying to swap them and made a return. Basically if you listen closely the speakers sound like they have a thin sheet of plastic rattling against them, an ever so slight distortion that ruined t...
It's a shame because my previous pairs have been great.
12 January 2015
Summary: I've had a few pairs of S4i but these just don't seem quite the same. The main thing is the volume. They are just not loud enough so not isolating. It's a shame because my previous pairs have been great.
They don't fit my ears... First ear headphones in my life that don't fit ( I had about 5 types already)
wojtek jeziorski, Amazon
5 December 2013
Summary: Hi, Just for a start - I love Klipsch sound... I have my huge home cinema from Klipsch. This was the reason I bought those sport ones... They look great, the remote is HUGE and very comfy. THis is it from pros.
Summary: I bought these after wearing out numerous pairs of Sennheiser MM50s as I mainly use them on my long bike ride to and from work. I hoped that they would offer comparable sound quality and be a little more robust especially where the cable joins the jack plug which is wear my previous headphones...
Summary: When I first got these, I was a bit disappointed with the lack of bass, but thought maybe it was my personal preference. When my brother first tried them, he thought the same, and he often works with music.
Summary: when the product arrived they seemed to be a great pair of head phones with a cheap cable. this didnt put me of as the sound quality is better than any i have experienced before. But after no more than 1 months use the plastic cable by the bus came lose on both sides.
Summary: First the sound quality from these are superb, no one would be dissapointed. I also have/had the Klipsch Custom 3, much more expensive and some Seinheiser (dont remember the model) but cost around £150. Actually all very good, would be down to personal preference.
Summary: Nice sounds and nice product. But just does not last. Mine didn't last even a year. The connection at the point of contact is gone and the sound works only on one ear now unless I fiddle around and make it work for both. Buy only if you like replacing products every year.