Pros: Use every day and night and I'm pleased with the performance. The earbud inserts stay on the plastic studs through movement, wrapping the cord, and pulling out of pants pocket. All other earbuds I've owned I keep losing the inserts when pulling out of pants pocket. Out lasted all other earbud set...
Cons: The earbuds were more comfortable when I swap left and right. The microphone housing is now making a rattle when I shake it. However it has lasted for 11-months. Bass level is not as strong as the CX200's however.
Pros: Pretty nice sound. I used to be an audiophile (but can't afford it!) As with most classic Klipsch sound reproducers they have a flatter sound spectrum, which is good since you can boost whatever you need to without distortion. I got them at a good price so I'm happy. Cord is anti-tangle. Have hel...
Cons: The buds are not rounded, the barrels have edges that can irritate the ear. Makes me want to find a silicone glove for each of them.
Summary: I was expecting little from plastic ear buds as I go through earbuds like crazy. But these have held up nicely after months of daily use and storage in my back pocket, under my behind for extended periods.
Summary: Sooo many people think they are smarter than everyone else because they know that Android and Apple use different wiring. Too bad they don't know how to read. "*To enable complete functionality of your S3m headset on Android, please download the free Klipsch Control App"
Summary: @$10 they are ok headphones I suppose but at their normal price I would have been very disappointed. If you must go Klipsch I think going for their higher end ones is the way to go but it will cost you.
Pros: They are Klipsch and come with a 2 yr warranty.
Cons: I thought for the sale price I got these for I was expecting so much more and come away very disappointed. They are decent headphones I suppose but the sound on them do not match the sound coming from my Skullcandy Ink'd 2.0 earbuds. Volume is lower and sound does not seem as full.
Pros: Based on my experience with generic vs Apple specific headphones, you will be able to at least listen to music since the left speaker and right speaker contacts are the same for most devices.
Cons: After four days, my support ticket to Klipsch has gone unanswered (see earlier post). Based on some more research done online, I've concluded that it should be impossible for the mike control attached to the headphones to work on both Apple and Android (ie Samsung etc) being that the mike and gro...
Summary: I definitely will buy them again when they are on sell. Thanks Newegg and Klipsch.
Pros: They sound great : good detail, good separation, good base. If you don't hear any base: make sure you choose the right ear tips, after you put them in your ears, rotate them around until you hear good base. You also don't want to hear too much base because you will loose the lows and the mids.
Cons: The manual should provide more detail instructions.
Summary: If I ever get an explanation of why a single pin arrangement would work for competing manufacturers, I will change my review and score.
Pros: Was a good price on a daily special.
Cons: I recently discovered that 4 pole 3.5mm mini-plugs (TRRS) are used for smartphones and tablets. I also discovered that Apple decided to reverse the ground and microphone portions of the pin. They then patented that pin arrangement. Since the pin arrangement is different for Apple than it is for A...