They offer good qualitysound, stay in my ears and,functions with my iPhone.
23 February 2014
Summary: These are the first earbuds I found that would stay in my ears,even when shoveling snow. I bought them for walking th e cog with a stocking cap on.They are comportable,and offer good sound,although not the same as my Sennheiser on the ear phones. I the price that they are available for is a bargain.Looking forward to using them biking this spring. The fact that they work with Siri on my iphone is a huge bonus.
Summary: Overall, a very nice pair of headset. The sound is pretty sharp and the microphone is excellent, transmitting clears voices, even under bad conditions. The only downside was the bass, which sometimes can take over the sound, and hardly leave any room for the other frequencies to come out, but if you are into hip-hop and such that can be a plus.
Summary: I paid slightly less than half of MSRP and I whole heartedly believe I got a steal. I believe the MSRP is a bit high for what you get. I consistantly read reviews that say "for what they are they are a good value" or "for the price they are a good deal." Honestly, the second quote is not fair to say at all, because I highly doubt everyone will pay the same price for these, but the truth remains, you get what you pay for.
Pros: These ear buds are crystal clear. They do not have the muffled sound that factory ear buds have. I have tried, and I mean really tried get these things to clip, but no luck. I did manage to make my ears ring. The noise reduction works better than expected. I work in an office and at 50% volume I can not hear someone standing next to me talking. These headphones perform differently with each genre of music, please see below. Comfort on the headphones is great, I have w...
Cons: Cable - It seems like regardless of what I purchase from Klipsch, the cable is a pain. It tangles way too easy. It loves to roll on itself. The legth is great, except for when I have a tangled mess in the middle. Fit - These buds fit better than any other ear bud I have ever owned, and these are the only pair I have owned that have not fallen out of my ear on their own. However, I notice that the bass response is better depending on the angle of the bud. Is this a con...
Summary: I had ordered these on Newegg originally but the package never arrived so I had them refund my card so I could pick them up locally over tax free weekend. Overall they are good headphones if you can get them to fit, but for me they are just too loose. If they fit better I would definitely be keeping them because the sound is crisp.
Pros: Great sound quality. Good sound isolation - probably too good for when I wear them at work in both ears and I can't hear anything except what I'm listing to.
Cons: They just don't fit very well. They easily fall out of my ear if I reach for something at my desk. I have tried all the different sizes they gave me and just don't have any luck. They will probably be returned and I'll pick up another pair of Beats like I had before and which actually fit well. I took off one egg solely for the fitment problem.
Summary: I must be one of the few people in the world that actually likes the iPhone stereo headset. They fit in my ears perfectly. But I knew I wanted better isolation for when I do my daily commute. This headset was a good purchase with that thought in mind. But when I am home and I am working around the house and listening to my music, but also engaging in phone calls, I switch back to the iPhone headset.
Pros: The noise isolation is very good. These are great for use on the subways with all the incredibly loud sounds you are constantly hit with. I am not an audiophile, so I can't speak to the unique harmonics at this level or that level. I find the music to be very crisp when I use this headset and I am very impressed at the quality of the bass as well. Excellent for enjoying a wide range of different music styles. The headset comes with several different earpieces for cust...
Cons: This is the anomaly. The sound isolation is so good that it makes speaking with the headset very annoying. I even read this in other reviews and didn't think much of it. Wow. I was disappointed. It's a very unnatural sound and feeling. Perhaps I will get used to it over time. Hopefully. Additionally, while I had absolutely no problems with the controls on the wire, I did feel that the controls were not as intuitive from a physical form as the standard iPhone headset. ...
Summary: The wiring feels cheap, but only time will tell. I'm far from an audiophile. I've got about $3k into my desktop, and I have no intention of upgrading the 3.1 speaker system I'm using that came with my very first computer; a Gateway 2000 PII G6 (266MHz!!!). I've Krylon Fusion'ed them in a timeless color, black, but other than that they remain the same. My headsets, prior to this one, were all OEM; the ones that came with my Ericcson w810i were very good, though.
Pros: Sound quality is great Canal buds are very comfortable (I use the largest set) Isolation is better than any I've had before* Buttons have great tactile feedback Mic works very well
Cons: On the Nexus One, which it isn't advertised to work with, you cannot use the volume controls or the skip BACK control. Play/pause and skip forward work perfectly. Keep this in mind if you're using an Android OS. The wiring feels really cheap, and is a bit shiny; I prefer matte finish for longevity of appearance and durability.
Summary: Great value for these quality Ear Headphones. Way better than the Phillips I was using. I run on the treadmill in the garage and listen to movies on my portable DVD. I struggled to hear a lot of dialogue with the Phillips - I can hear it all with these. Sound isn't amazing - just really good. Hence a 4 not a 5.
Summary: Great fit and sound. I bought BudLoKs for them and the combo worked amazingly well. -1 star for the enormous control and mic unit. If the unit gets smaller or removed they would be the best sports wired headphones I've used.