Summary: If these were cordless, they would be the ultimate setup. I use this with a XV6700 pda/phone, and I don't like having to stick the phone in my shirt pocket to go hands-free.
Pros: Good fit in the ears, easy to wear for a long time. Blocks out a significant amount of noise - I have used these with good results in environments where a regular earbud doesn't get loud enough. Good microphone pickup too.
Cons: No markings for left / right. No in-line volume control. Takes a bit of getting used to talking without being able to hear yourself - did I mention that they block a lot of noise?
Summary: I am using these with my new red Moto KRZR along with a gig of Kingston memory and this is quite a nice little MP3 player! Great combo.
Pros: One word, SENNHEISER. These things are very comfortable and sound great, very clear and better bass than I expected. They have an answer button and they're even cheap! All you really need in earphones.
Cons: The provided carry bag is rather lame. I would have preferred a small box, or even a smaller bag. Lol, that's about my only gripe though!
Pros: Great Sound for the Price, Hands free MIC button (Call Accept / Mute / Disconnect / Voice Dial / Music Resume) works with my KRZR K1M for Verizon. MIC quality seems fine with respect to background noise, will update MIC quality later if I determine that the MIC quality is NOT adequate.
Cons: None so far....will update ltr if any thing stands out.
Summary: Great headphones and brilliant value for money. Didn't fit at first with the earbuds that were on the earphones, but I changed the earbud and it is brilliant - fits like a charm and sound quality is great.
Not good for sound quality, but reasonable as a handsfree
3 April 2013
Summary: They are okay for the price, but not for quality sound. I found a $5 pair of headphones from Officeworks with better sound quality than these. They are okay for the need of a handsfree though.