Pros: I enjoy the sound very much, though I upgraded from simple Apple earbuds. I find them very comfortable in my ears. Crisp and clear sound. I've listened to a variety of podcasts, music, and some video games with them. They seem to cancel a bit of noise, but nothing to write home about. The wiring has plenty of length, which was a big concern for me.
Cons: The bass is limited, but not something I noticed until I read another review, which caused me to realize that were the case.
Pros: Great sound at great price. I've bought lots of earbuds looking for good sound. I've been to the Bose store and these are way better for the money, and they just sound better. Really smooth sounding I listen to every type of music from Classic Rock to Jazz and Classical.
Cons: Don't wear them to the gym they will fall out. They are not noise cancelling or supressing. But that not what you bought them for. The volume control is funky and not easy to feel with your hand.
Pros: Excellent sound reproduction. Surprisingly good lows and reasonable highs. Plug is conveniently angled at a slightly obtuse angle (100-deg? ish). Cable length is good. Inline volume control is excellent for lowering the volume quickly to hear something else. All the covers for the buds are excellent and comfortable (more/replacement foam covers can be ordered elsewhere). Left bud has a raised dot on the lower interior of the stem for easy tactile identification of tha...
Cons: Nothing worth docking an egg. If I had to be extremely picky, the highs are a little tinny in the very high end (show me earbuds where that -doesn't- happen...). Also the stem for the buds are not uniquely shaped for each ear. Like I said, if I had to be extremely picky.
Pros: Best earbuds I have used. They do require a few days or more of break in time for best low frequency response so be patient. What is most impressive is the level of sound detail. Forget the "Skullcandy". I have tried several of them. They provide NO "grinding bass". Quite the opposite. These are small diameter earbuds so "grinding bass" is not possible but the MX 580's get close. Well worth the price. They come with pads, gaskets and bag.
Pros: There are quite a few things about this pair of earbuds that really sets them apart from others in the sub-$50 earbud market. I've owned just about every brand and price range of audio wear from headphones to earbuds that you can imagine and, for the price, the are the absolute best.
Cons: The anti-tangle cord seems to reject its name sometimes and will still tangle. Larger sized earbud covers meant for Spock ears only. Biggest complaint has to be the short cord at only maybe 3 feet long.
Summary: I wanted headphones that I could use when I was away from home where I had a larger set. These fit the bill perfectly - the sound is great, the value was great, and case that comes with it is nice as well. At first I wasn't so sure because it felt strange in my ear, but it's probably because I had switched from noise-canceling, in-ear earphones to this pair. I've gotten used to it and it's great.
Pros: Compact, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish