Conclusion: The Klipsch X7i are a luxury headphone. Everything about them cries upscale: the ceramic, oval shaped earpieces, the easy to use inline mic and controller, the unique flat cord, and of course, the superior sound quality.
Summary: While their price is a little too steep, the X7i earphones are slick-looking and comfortable, and deliver clean, detailed sound.
Pros: The comfortable, in-ear headphones have sleek and durable ceramic earpieces, offer good, clean sound with lots of detail, and feature the same tangle-resistant flat cord found on the step-down S4i II model. An integrated Apple-friendly remote/microphone and a nice, compact carrying case are inclu...
Cons: Bass lovers probably won't be satisfied by the amount of bass; inline-remote features aren't compatible with most non-Apple smartphones.
Excerpt: To most people, a high-end in-ear monitor costing hundreds of dollars doesn’t look much different from the $10 IEMs you buy at Walgreens. But usually, the difference is huge. Perfect example: the $199 Klipsch