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.
Summary: Sound is great but the headphone wire is just so fragile it makes me feel like I have to be so careful with them so they don't break, which is annoying. Also the earpieces don't fit very well, I'm not quite sure how far into my ear canal they're meant to go.
Summary: I have spent more money on expensive earphones than on almost any other electronic item. I've owned Shure se530s, and 2 x Image x10is previously. The Shure's had excellent sound quality, but were unwieldy and uncomfortable. They both eventually failed.
Awesome, but you need to fiddle about a bit and shove them all the way in
Mr. Darren W. Oates "darrenoates", Amazon
5 January 2012
Summary: I now hear all the studio foibles in the songs that I had never heard before. Bass is as good as hi-hat. Most people have 2 sizes of lug holes so you may need to use different sized inserts - yes you are not perfect.
Summary: great sound, but the build quality is exactly the same as a standard klipsch s4! Klipsch Image S4i Headphones -with built-in mic (iPhone Compatible) pro: decent sound, comfortable, looks good cons: expensive and cheap build quality that wont last
Excerpt: I have had my eye on these for quite a while but with a retail price of just under £300 I simply could not justify the cost. When I saw these advertised for £150 I finally took and plunge and bought a set.
Pros: Amazing sound reproduction, very light and comfortable, great warranty
Summary: These are truly brilliant! I have had a lot of experience with headphones, having studied music technology at university and worked in several professional studios, and I can honestly say that these are some of the best I have ever used, certainly the best in-ear ones.
They sound fantastic but they are just far too fragile for normal use
D. Diep, Amazon
3 August 2011
Summary: I love these earphones so much, but I just can't bring myself to give these more than 3 stars. The Klipsch X10is are incredibly tiny earphones - you can place one of the earpieces onto your second finger - and that is what brings me to it's major problem. These just don't at all feel built to last.
Summary: Welcome to my review, let me start by saying that I love my music and was fed up of listening to it being murdered by the bundled Apple headset from my iPhone, so in the last 3 years I have owned the following headphones - Bose QuietComfort 3 Acoustic Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones QC3 , Monster...