Summary: This headset is advertised as having accentuated bass response... I haven't been able to find that much bass in them. The bass is not absent, but definitely not emphasized. Overall, though, they sound great and are very comfortable.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Value, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: I just bought this earphone today and it's really comfortable & has good sound. Not to be offensive but the only problem is that the design is weird.. Thats because one cord is longer than the other and you have to place it behind your neck to wear it which makes it really weird. I forgot to look at the picture before buying it so I'm guessing I got the wrong one.. But those of you who likes it like that then I recommend you buying it. It's pretty good.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Value, Lightweight
Cons: Cord Too Short, One Cord Is Too Long, Too Much Ambient Noise
Summary: I paid [$] for these earphones which is a pretty good deal but was overall disappointed with them. They feel cheap, the right ear cord is longer than the left which I always find annoying. The sound doesn't seem that much better than the buds that come with the iphone. They aren't very stylish and don't fit in my ears very well.
Pros: Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Lightweight
Cons: Cord Too Short, Falls Off/Out Of Ear, Poor Sound, Right ear cord longer, Unattractive Design
Summary: The fact that they keep falling out of my ears is very annoying. Have tried small and medium pads, neither work very well. Blocks out ambient noise very well. Don't like the assymetrical cords. Would prefer same length for both right and left buds.
Pros: Compact, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: Great, especially for the value, except that the cord is a bit short and there's a LOT of ambient noise when plugged into a computer. Usable, but the ambient noise by itself is enough to make me not recommend these.
Summary: I checked the reviews everywhere online including [...]and chose this to be my primary earbuds. Sound is pretty decorated and bass comes good. Also sound level is pretty impressive at 112 DB. Then starts -ve part. The cord is assymetrical and with that the shorter side is too short to make it comfortable. They really can not stay into the ears even for 20 mins if you are walikng at even slow speed.
Pros: Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound
Cons: Cord Too Short, Falls Off/Out Of Ear, Flimsy Construction
Summary: All around , I like my Sony EX51 better than this CX300B. But, the Sonys are 2 to 3 times the price -- yuck. These are just OK, but very usable. I was expecting more, but for the JR.com price I paid, I feel like I didn't lose. I'll be happy with this and when they wear out I'll get something a little better. If you're looking for low cost without giving up the entire sound experience, these will pass the test.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Lightweight
Cons: Chord Too ThinLight, Flimsy Construction, Weak Mid Range Response
Summary: This is only the third set of earbuds I've owned, but why does this one have uneven lengths on each side's cord? Kind of drives me nuts. Also, the black rubber tips that nestle in your ear do indeed block out an immense amount of sound for such a low price, but the fact that they're black means that when you pull them out of your ears, there will likely be some sort of residue from your ears that is highly visible due to the dark color.
Summary: I use these primarily for working out since I ruined a good pair of headphones. I got them very cheap, so it's hard to complain. They aren't the best headphones I've owned, but decent for the price I paid.
Pros: Good Value
Cons: Cord Too Short, Cord very thin, Falls Off/Out Of Ear