Summary: Yes, if you're looking for a cheap pair of headphones, these will do. BUT I find them pretty uncomfortable. They're a little awkward in my ears as they PLUG your ear canal. I prefer the Apple earbuds, but I bought these so I can get them gross at the gym. I prefer the JVC Gumy brand.
Summary: I'm not happy with this product. The sound is really bad it's like listening somebody playing music with a tin can instruments. The sound quality is really bad I don't even hear any bass sound. Shipping was very slow. Do not this stuff.
Summary: I bought these ear buds because most of the ratings were positive. However, when they arrived and I plugged them in, I was really disappointed in the sound quality. I am a walker and use a Sansa clip to listen to music when I walk. I had to crank the volume up on my player as high as it would go and also adjust the sound settings before I was able to come close to "acceptable" sound quality. These ear buds don't have near the sound quality that the Sansa earbuds have.
Summary: While I love most Pansonic products, and the sound quality itself is decent, the design of this product doesn't make any sense. It's like someone turned off the lights when they were putting this product together. Instead of being like a standard earbud (the "speaker" comes straight out from the middle into your ear) these are off-center toward the back of the bud.
Summary: Yea I know these headphones are 6 bucks, but based on the reviews I thought they were going to be as good as $30 dollar headphones. I was wrong, these are very cheap basic headphones. The sound quality is very bad, there is no bass and the music sounds like it's in mono. It also got very uncomfortable to keep them on longer than 20 minutes. Don't be cheap spend the extra money and get the VC HAFX67B Air Cushion Headphones for $20.
Summary: Who is providing these great reviews of the sound quailty and what are they listening to? I was looking to replace a pair of earbuds that came with a Creative mp3 player long ago - as in before the iPhone - because the cord is cracking. Way better sound from the old Creative earbuds particularly the bass tones. Oh well. These were cheap so I knew I was gambling that it was worth the purchase in the hopes that these were as good as some of the reviews suggested.
Summary: I don't know if it's just the fact that they're in-ear headphones, but the wires shake and there's a lot of background noise when using these for stuff like exercise! I can hear my teeth click together, my own breathing, the cord banging against my chest as I run. It's terrible and takes away from the music. I don't have much experience with more expensive in-ear headphones, but I'm going to buy a different pair.