Summary: I bought these because of the good reviews. I prompted threw them aside after a few tries. Now it's too late (31 days) to request a refund. Bummer.
Pros: They look good
Cons: 1) Too big for my ears. Unlike other earphones, you can't select the size of the ear buds. 2) The microphone is inconsistent at best. Most of the time I can't hear anything when using these to make a phone call. (I have a BlackBerry Bold, by the way.) After much turning and tweaking, *sometimes* ...
Summary: I am not an audiophile by no means. However, I can discern a good earphone from a bad one, and I consider this earphone to be a pretty good for what I paid for ($15). It doesn't have that 'wash-out' sound as my MEElectronics earbuds (I bought both at the same price range).
Summary: I've tried just about every other brand of low priced headphones and these are the best I've found next to my super old pair of worn out Sony's that came with my discman. I have small ears, so most of the earpieces are awkward and bulky or pinch one part of my ear or another.
Summary: I was looking for something to perform similar to Beats Audio earbuds that would stay in during landscaping work. The hooks perform well, but due to my ear canal size, the Beats fit better. The sound is excellent, especially considering they don't seal perfectly in my ear.
Pros: Excellent sound quality, durable cord, inline volume control, stays on ears well
Summary: Got these on special for $19.99 - at that price I'm willing to take the bad with the good. They're certainly better sound quality than the MDR-J10/Black pair I was using, and the rubber covers do help keep them from bouncing out of the ear canal as much.
Pros: These little buds have great sound quality, and the flexible ear hooks ensure that they stay on - they come with rubber edge covers and foam padding covers so whether you need comfort or grip (or both) where they enter the ear canal, Sennheiser's got you covered. They even have their own volume c...
Cons: Buds are excessively large and tend to just sit in the end of the canal instead of popping inside - if they'd have shaved 1 to 1.5 mm off they'd fit comfortably, and if they then replaced that material with something spongy that would then expand after they'd been pushed into the canal you would ...