Summary: Why oh why do people spend $50, $80, even $100 for earphones? For the very sane sum of $15 or so I get very decent sound. Okay, this is not audiophile sound, but I'm walking the streets of New York City where noisy vehicles and nearby conversations constantly intrude. There's no way anyone can possibly listen at audiophile level in that environment.
Summary: These headphones are alright. They are better than the cheap ones that come with most electronics these days, but they won't blow your socks off. Then again you are probably getting what you pay for since these won't exactly break the bank.
Summary: I bought this pair (currently $12.00) as a replacement for the Sony MDR-E828LP (currently $10.00) and I bought V-MODA Remix M-Class Earbuds (currenlty $39.00 black/silver). I will say I am definitely not an audiophile which might explain that I did not find much difference among the four (original earbuds from I-Pod also tested). I used a techno song with heavy bass as my benchmark.
Summary: These earbuds sound good, much better than the stock earbuds that came with my mp3 player. They are also more compact than the over-the-ear headphones. But the foam covers are just too loose. Within one day I lost the cover for one ear. And the foam cover for the other ear keeps wanting to come off. If I pull these out of my pocket, the foam cover often stays in my pocket. I'm certain I will lose the cover on the other ear pretty soon.
Summary: The pic that is displayed is kind of misleading. The length of the cord is less and there is not a big use of wind-up case. But Output wise cannot ask for more especially for the price. Just go for it.
Summary: These things immediately impressed me with their sound, but would fall out of my ears easily, and also left my ears feeling raw. I replaced them with a behind-the-neck phones, and am very happy with them.
Summary: These are well made, nice earphones. They sound great, but only if you can stick them right up in your ear. If they sit loosely in your ear, they sound kind of tiny. For me, they don't stay in when exercising and pop out easily. Because of this, I've already lost both foam covers. In summary, these are great earphones if you can get them to stick and stay in your ear. But, I wouldn't recommend them for people with big mickey mouse ears like me.
Summary: I have used three different in-ear headphones: MX-400, Koss "The Plug," and Shure 2c. Shure 2c is in a different price league and is noticeably better in sound and build quality. Between MX-400 and Koss "The Plug" (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00081A2DQ/sr=1-2/qid=1134499532/ref=pd_bbs_2/002-9512091-3435233?%5Fencoding=UTF8), I would much prefer "The Plug" with the mod described on http://www.headwize.com/projects/showfile.php?file=cmoy4_prj.htm.