Summary: It really is compatible with the iphone...Yippee!! Sound is clear. It even has enough bass, which is more than I can say for my other pair of Shure E3s. My only beef would be the lack of a clip for the mic.
Summary: I've had Shure headphone in the past and I decided to give these a try to work with my G3 iPhone. The sound quality is only a little better than the standard apple headphone. The rubber earpieces are hard and eventually hurts after having it in for too long.
Summary: I'm extremely happy with the audio quality on this headset, as well as the isolation. The headphones have a clear high end and a tight low end without being overly bright. Overall they just sound natural.
Summary: The best thing about these headphones is that you can hear most of the sounds that each song you listen to is made up of. The bad things are that the headphones hurt the ear canal and there is virtually no bass.
Summary: I've had this headphones for a few weeks, and they work very well, they deliver very good quality on the music (although I am no expert).
The only minor drawback is the carrying case, which is too big to carry on my pocket, and that makes me not take them around on the bus commute, which is one of...
Summary: Soud quality of mic and earphones is excellent and outside sound isolation is great. Nice carrying case and comes with a wide selection of sizes and types of plugs for any ear. Although they are very sturdy, they are a bit bulky and the volume control (which is very sensitive) and mute button are...
Summary: Very nice set of earphones, and some of the most comfortable ones I've worn. I've used the black flexible rubber set of earphones over a nearly 10-hour airplane flight from Rhode Island to California, and they were great at keeping out the airplane noise and the screams of toddlers.
Summary: The Shure line of earbuds and headphones is top quality. I own several pairs of Shure earbuds, and I have always been very happy with the range of frequencies and crispness of the sound produced.