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 pair and told me to mail him the pair that was messed up, he told me he would make me a label, so I got the new pair in the mail and emailed him to let him know to make the label...
Great sound, very poor quality/durability, Klipsch customer service a total disgrace
Adam Aberra, Amazon
15 November 2014
Summary: Bought this product in March 2014 and was very pleased with the sound quality and I also found the headphones incredibly comfortable and light. Now after only 7+ months of use the right headphone doesn't work anymore. Even though I got an extremely good deal when I bought the headphones, GBP 99, they should have lasted much longer. This is supposed to be Klipsch's flagship product and I sure as hell expected more.
Summary: Good sound for a in ear set, compared to cheaper ones you can definitely feel the difference, but don't expect miracles, after all they are in-ear headphones. I bought them for 100£ so it was an OK deal, i wouldn't be happy at all to pay 300£ (which is the original price) for these. A few notes: the cables seems very fragile, and the isolation is not perfect. But overall for 100£ is a good buy.