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: These are really good gym earphones for a modest price. There's plenty of bass as well as some fairly detailed treble in there, and I think the transparent desgin is really eye-catching. A good buy!
Pros: Sound good for the price, Cool transparent design, Really good value
Summary: I love these headphones BUT I hated the price. When I figured out which ear pieces fit my ears the best the sound was amazing. I only had to turn my ipod up to half volume to hear. The words in all my songs were crystal clear. They stayed in my ears perfectly and never once fell out. I just didn't like the price.
Summary: Everything considered, these are very nice earbuds! they are comfortable, and sound very nice. Even though my set is now broken because of the memory wire issue, I still say these are a good value. I plan on ordering another set soon. Meelec rocks!
Pros: These sound very nice! forward, smooth bass. Treble has nice sparkle to it. And the mids are smooth as well!
Cons: The metal wire used in the ear-hooks will eventually pop out of the rubber casing, but they lasted a good 2 years before this was an issue.
Pros: I wanted to ditch floor monitors wth in ear monitoring. These have such an excellent fit. I play keyboards in a Church band. These babies work very well. I play everyting from rockin' Gospel organ to deep bass. These headphones keep up with the wide dynamic range of sound that I throw at it. They provide a nice flat response, which is a desireable feature in a monitor, you don't want a "Bass Boost" because it would give you a false impression as to what you are sendin...
Cons: I has a built in Mic which means that it has a Tripple end for cellphones. I have to use an adapter that converts it to stereo only. No adapter was included I wish they made a model that only came with stereo. I also wish they came in a different color. Black is ok. but I am bald so a nutural skin tone would look better on stage. But not a big deal.
Summary: The silicone tips are varied for a reason, as finding the correct set for your ears is crucial to getting best sound quality. The hooks are malleable and easy to re-contour to your ear, however they are less effective for people wearing glasses. My set noticeably improved the perceived depth of sound after burning in for 24 hours. I find the in-line clip to be annoying, but other people may appreciate it if listening on the go.
Pros: Great sound quality for the price. The treble is clear and crisp. Mids well represented but could be warmer. Low-range bass is solid. Responded very well to burning in. Though the cord is tangle resistant, the ear hooks may sometimes be annoying to seperate if they cross in your pocket.
Cons: The mid-range bass is a bit lacking (namely electric bass-guitar, and kick bass drums). However, this is the only instance where an instrument is misrepresented. However, don't misunderstand this as a lack of bass. Electronic and synthesized music sound very full and deep, and vocals are not distorted by the heavy bass. At the opposite end of the spectrum: brass, wood, and strings all sound superb and are replicated very accurately.
Summary: For the price, these headphones are good. If you aren't a fan of earbuds that sit pretty far into your ear canals these are not for you. Just keep that in mind. They sit in about as far as a set of rubber ear plugs.
Pros: The sound is good once you get them situated in your ears with the proper "plugs." While on that note, the ear buds come with a ton of different sizes (6 sets with my pair) to get the perfect fit. I used the smallest set and they are quite comfortable and provide decent noise cancelling. very comfortable fit in my ears. I really like the loops over the back of the ear to protect the cables from accidental damage from pulling. The cable is the proper length for my need...
Cons: You really have to work at getting the ear buds properly inserted to get decent sound. These are a little difficult to grab and pull out of the ear as well since the housing sits entirely inside your ear canal (not to mention that I'm a bit afraid to pull them out using the cable). At first, the speakers were extremely tinny and the high end bled through really badly to the point of giving me a headache. I left them on at about mid volume for a day or so and that made...