Summary: Purchased as an upgrade to perfectly good Sony Walkman headphones, however I can discern no improvement in fidelity over the originals. Cable looks very nice, but 'squeaks' in the ear rather like a taught string between two cans, if rubbed etc.
Summary: Maybe I have small ears but I find it really hard (despite there being several fittings to choose from) to comfortably fit these earphones inside my ears without feeling they are making a heap of noise. I have resorted to my iPhone cheap ones because I was getting a few stares on the train and tube.
Summary: Initially bought the Grey Mist ones with the microphone attachment, but swopped those with hubby as I was using a non Apple MP3 player. Now I bought an Apple iPod Nano and haven't looked back. These earphones are quite a find!
Summary: Really like them when they came in record amazon time ( I do love amazon ) they look really nice and the feel comfortable in your ears, my only issue with them is sound quality isn't terrific.
Summary: These headphones are awful i got them because of all the comments about good bass and good sound they are so bad for me the bass is terrible and you have to cram them into your ears just so that you can get something that is ok
Summary: Ok just a brief bit of background i have spend a lot of money on audio equipment over the years, and know what sounds good to my ear so this will be a balanced review with a subjective point of view.
Best earphones I've ever heard on iPhone (EU regulations by-passed on iTunes)
17 October 2013
Summary: So these earphones have a tough act to follow as I am comparing them directly to the last 3 sets of earphones I had - a £100 pair of Skullcandys, a £40 pair of Sennheisers and the best earphones I have owned to date, the ~£35 soundMAGIC E10s The Bob Marley Redemptions are definitely the best in...