Summary: These replaced my Bluetooth earbuds Ive had for 2 years so having the wire again is taking some time to get used to. I am still trying to determine which ear pieces to use. The audio quality seems good when they are fitted correctly. I would have liked them to be able to control my iPod, like skipping a track etc. but like I stated they are what they are... One more thing.
Summary: I used these headphones for several months before moving back to a previous brand which offered more superior sound output.
Pros: Cheap, decent sound, tangle-free. The mid sound quality is great.
Cons: Lacks adequate bass. Earpiece does not always stay in place. Ear bud replacement sizes did not fit my ears properly (this is a personal con and doesn't apply to the overall product). Product quality feels cheaply made. The cord began to rip around the ear buds after a few weeks usage.
Pros: -Medium quality sound. Great for listening to music while working around the house or going to the gym. The noise isolation is excellent (they are essentially ear plugs). -Comes with a high quality zippered case and different size ear buds.
Cons: -Sound a little tinny at times. it took some getting used to after switching from my old earbuds (TDK EB900s) but after about five minutes it was fine. -There is a barely noticeable amount of feedback that can only be heard when there is power to the earbuds but no sound (i.e. in between songs). The feedback can't be heard during playback. I can only compare it to the hum of a television, just background noise when everything else is silent. -The flexible wire for the...
Summary: Bought these after reading some praising reviews, but wasn't impressed much after trying them out. The medium tones are almost nonexistent and treble is way too high, the sound is very sharp and a bit dry. Came with tons of accessories, lots of plug tips to fit just about every ear type out there. One thing I noticed though is that the sound really depends on the way they sit in your ear - you gotta fiddle it around to find the spot with the best sound.
Cons: 1. Very sharp sound, very high treble, almost tinny sound. 2. The mediums are almost nonexistent. 3. Can be somewhat tricky to put in your ears, as they require adjusting to that "sweet spot" where they sound right.
Summary: Having a good source really helps these headphones, do yourself a favor and pick up a small headphone amp. It isn't needed, but sure does help, but this is true for almost any set of headphones.
Pros: These are pretty good headphones for the price. Bass is full but not bloated, listening to upright basses in jazz music is clear, if you are into hip-hop/rap/club music they have plenty of bass to go around. Midrange clarity is there, not as good as some higher end headphones but still rather good, female vocals (Norah Jones, A Fine Frenzy, and Diana Krall) sound natural, though sometimes a bit forward. Treble is extended, cymbal crashes have the right ring, overtones...
Cons: Low impedance drivers/lower sensitivity. They are 16 ohms and some small mp3 players may have trouble dealing with it. I have a Sansa Clip+ and have to adjust the low end to bring it up to the same level when I have these same headphones plugged into my computer playing the same MP3/FLAC files. If you have a Zune, P3, full size iPod, etc. you probably won't have an issue.
Summary: My secobd pair and i got these wrong because they did not have volume regulator and microphone. Still: Pro - Ok sound. Fits perfect in ear and around ear. Lots of plugs to choose from. Dont fall out during workout and not much surrounding noice gets through. Con - aluminium wire that allows you to form the cable a bit breaks after a year of use.