Summary: I love these earphones, they are a little to loud for me on some songs but I still love them, they have bass in them, you cant really hear nobody when you have them playing in your ears, which is by the way good, and you can talk on them.
Summary: Seems to work fine. Sound is ok but perhaps not as good as the apple buds which I had considered to be over priced until now. They seal pretty well in the ear canal and keep out other noise. No volume control but you can answer calls and change tracks.
Excerpt: I use these headphones for general purposes like listening to music when going for a run or in bed. The fit is comfortable and stays well secured in my ear, even when running. I wouldn't call these amazing headphones by any means, but they are decent and are well worth the price.
Summary: These are better than my previous Skullcandy earbuds in that the flat wires don't tangle like my previous pair which had cheaper round wires. However, I'm not sure the quality of the audio justifies the $19 price. I bought it for the microphone so I can go handsfree while driving.
Excerpt: After losing my Sony MDR-EX10LP In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Black)http: //www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/757738-REG/Sony_MDREX10LP_BLK_MDR_EX10LP_In_Ear_Stereo_Headphones.htmlI decided to go with this pair, but discovered that they don't produce as much bass, however since I don't generally use them...
Excerpt: I needed some earbuds for the treadmill and went to my local Staples in Queen Creek. I have used my sons Skullcaddy buds before and saw these ones on sale. I would have to say I have been happy with the sound,fit and price.