Awesome product !!!! Great value !!!!! Sounds amazing!!!!
4 March 2014
Summary: I bought this product because it is a great sound pair of earphones . The headphones are very good and sound very crisp I really like the volume control because on most volume controls on other headphones , it is hard to click the buttons On these headphones the volume control buttons are very easy to click and are very durable I love this product Thank you
Summary: That is a GOOD ear-phone with respect to the price! Specially its appearance is excellent. It is very comfortable to the ear and background (Noises) sounds cut as much as possible, that means sound isolation part is working properly!. It volume control is 100% suit to my iPod Classic 7th Gen Player. Sound quality wise it is Excellent. I recommended this ear-phone to every one!
I am a fan of these earbuds, they provide great noise fidelity & comfort
3 April 2013
Summary: This is my third set of Klipsch earbud headphones (over as many years - I trash gear). I find the sound quality of these to be quite 'full', with surprisingly good bass. The earplug style inserts for your ears are really comfortable and provide passive noise cancelling, which means that ambient noise is quieter but also no-one else can hear your music blaring even when it's cranked (compared to your typical Apple supplied earbuds, which are terrible for that).
Summary: Hoped volume control would work on Android - IT DOESN'T. An old set of Sennheisers do.. Great price point if you get them on sale like I did. Even at the current price you shouldn't be disappointed. Save your money and get the S4 if you don't have an iphone.
Pros: I've owned several Klipsch sound systems for home stereo, computer, and headphones. Like Bose, they have their own signature sound. These replaced an older set that didn't survive the wash. They have good bass without distortion and tight mid and highs. I also own the original Ultimate Ears (before Logitech), Bose, and others. These are my favorite hands down. Signature Klipsch.
Cons: None really. The cable is a little thin but my last set lasted years at the gym without problem.
Summary: I paid $65 on Amazon for the s4i's. I've tried many more expensive in-ear headphones and these Klipsch sound equally as good. Two channels per ear, with nice separation - clean, not tinny treble, and moderate, tight bass (when seated in ears properly). The sound has a fair amount of spaciousness especially with lossless music.
Summary: Only thing that could use a bit of a boost is the low end. Its not as forceful as others, but still incredibly well represented. If you're searching for properly balanced, enthusiast level headphones that are comfortable and bloody clear all round, these are them.
Pros: The noise isolation is fantastic. I do believe they could double as hearing protection. I put them in at work and it blocks out everything except for the piercing phone ring I turned up a foot away from me. The Clarity of the the speaker's is phenomenal. The highs are crisp and clear without any harshness, The bass gets really low and opens up a few notes you've probably not heard before on your favorite tracks. Mids are outstanding, and the guitar solos have an added...
Summary: Most people will notice unusual sounds when walking or talking with the device. The unusual sound / feeling is known as the occlusion effect and happens with this particular headphones because they completely block the ear canal like a hearing aid, since the tips are oval shaped rather than circular shape like most canal headphones these days, this allows the occlusion effect to occur more pronounced.
Pros: Sound quality is pretty good given these headphones' size and price. Can be pretty competitive to an equally priced pair of Sennheisers. The buttons do as they do, especially on an ipod touch and iphone; I haven't tested it with other apple devices, but it's said to work with them too. The sound quality on the mic is okay, but I've only tested them indoors, and they sound almost as clear as your reasonably priced cellphone or headset.
Cons: The wires feel very cheap and won't last for long, but I've had them for 2 months and so far no signs or symptoms of possible damage. Too bad Klipsch didn't make the wires replaceable. I don't know if it's the silicone tips (or whatever you want to call them) or if it's just my ears, but I find them hard to stay in my ear unless I'm relatively still (i.e. during long car rides, riding the train, relaxing at home etc.)