Summary: Hi, i thought i'd just drop a short review on these for people considering to buy them.
These are about the cheapest well sounding plugs i have gotten my hands on this far.
I got them for 10$ on sale at my local music store but normally they go for around 20-30.
Pros: Great sound for the price. Good bass (Pro/con depending on what music you like)
Summary: First of all, I gave these a 3 star mostly for their price. At about 9 bucks they are about the cheapest headphones around. I mean, who is going to pass up a deal like that. They are dirt cheap and really easy to find at about any store you can name.
Pros: Descent bass for the price, really cheap
Cons: Sound isn't very good, They fall out of your ears
Summary: These work as decent earplugs, but I would not use them for anything else unless I had to. These were some of my first non-ibuds earphones and they were really good compared to the ibuds, but that is not saying much.
Pros: cheap, big bass
Cons: mids nonexistent, highs are harsh, distorts music
Summary: To start off, they fell out of my ears all the time because of design, not the rubber parts but the bud itself is just weird. The plug design ruined my Zune jack because the plug comes straight out and only one side works on my Zune now. Do not buy these and use without a L shaped plug adapter.
Summary: Price and Durability: For 7 US Dollars shipped to my house these are the best phones in the price point. I stepped on them one time- the green paint slightly chipped but the ink'd did not break at all.
Pros: Silicon tips, strong bass, efficient, wire does not tangle or kink easily
Summary: if youre into style and you like stuff thats cheap and looks cool, and also you dont care much about quality, these are probably what you want. if you value your eardrums and dont want them to be hurt by massive treble, while turning them up alot to get bass, dont. just dont.
Pros: they look really cool and all
Cons: terrible bass. they have alot of distortion too.