Excerpt: Klipsch first entered the headphone market roughly three years ago and the very first model I tried was the firm’s original, flagship Image in-ear headphone. When the review samples arrived, the tiny ‘phones seemed almost impossibly small and light, but I soon discovered that they delivered a big,...
Summary: I admit that these are my first pair of IEMs That did not come free with an iPod, but the reason for this is part of the Klipsch benefits; I have what must be the smallest ear canals in the world, I have never been able to find and IEMs that fit me.
Summary: I received a pair of these from klipsch for free because I had to replace my s4's 4 times because of the rubber strain relief splitting so I ended up getting these x10i's and am having the same strain relief issue, I emailed the guy from Klipsch to let him know what happened and he sent me a new...
Conclusion: Klipsch's Image X10i isn't the cheapest pair of mic-equipped earphones you can find, but an excellent listening experience, solid design, and seamless iPhone operation make it well worth the price.
Pros: Excellent audio performance. Lightweight and secure fit. "Works with iPhone"-certified.
Cons: Expensive. Flatter response; not for heavy-bass lovers. Some cable thump.
Excerpt: Long before Klipsch brought audio nirvana to the masses with the sub-$100 Image S4, the company was still carving out its headphone reputation for a far more discerning audience with a line of earbuds that tread knee deep into triple digits: the Image X10 .
Pros: Outstanding bass, treble, clarity and imaging, Incredibly lightweight and small, Five comfortable ear tips deliver superb fit, Built-in mic and three-button remote
Cons: Midrange can sound slightly buried, Average mic out of place on high-end headphones
Excerpt: The Klipsch Image X10i in-ear headphones may be a wallet-squeezing £230, but their slim, comfortable design, superb sound quality and useful in-line microphone make them a great investment for audiophiles who require sleek iPhone headphones.
Summary: The X10s were our favourite in-ears for years and a perennial favourite at Stuff Towers, but the X10is now look too pricey for the number 1 spot in our Top Ten list of best headphones . Built in iPod/iPhone controls are useful, but it's their sound and size that really impresses.
Excerpt: Name: Image X10i (Klipsch) Type: Earphones Specs: (Click here for full specs) Price: £227 from Amazon.co.uk Ultra-portable earphones can be pretty underwhelming, especially when compared to their over-the-ear cousins. No matter how much you pay, they never seem to…