Summary: (Note: I am just a beginer)
When my Klipsch S4 was stolen, my sister broke my SOUNDMAGIC PL-30, my Urbanearz Bagis broke all of a sudden, and my Skullcandy Smokin' Buds lost, I had to buy another pair of buds to satisfy my ears. As I look at the earphones they have in the store, I happened to see the Philips SHE8000 that offered noise isolation. I bought it and tried it on.
My first impression was, "I hope it doesn't break within 6 months.
Summary: I like these earphones very much,the sound leak is minimum and thy are pretty comfy in the ear. I do think to make them even more awesome the wire should be a little thicker but that's my personal preference
Summary: Great earphones, really good sound, they're comfortable, look good, and are well priced. Mine lasted 1 year and 3 months with regular use (which unfortunately is just outside the warranty period). First the sound went in one earphone, then it soon went in the other as well. The problem was that the jack was pulled out of the rubber casing and the wire connection was damaged, I expect this was because when used with my macbook the jack would not come out the socket...
Summary: Usuallly I opted for the House of Marley In-Ear headphones, but they repeatidly broke, these headphones have lasted me quite a while and I am satisfied with this product. The sound quality is good and it does the job very nicely.
Excerpt: My boyfriend is very different to me when it comes to quality vs quantity and he often recites the old "buy cheap, buy twice" motto to me when he sees me trying to save a bit of money by buying the budget option. He's impressed with how I can find some quite good bargains because I enjoy shopping around but makes a whoosing sigh sound when he sees me buying the cheap earphones that I prefer to buy, he's right and I do have to replace them much more regularly than he does...
Pros: Good sound even when at a low volume, keeps my music private to me