Pros: Unbeatable sound for ear buds. These are a canal type, so they are different from your typical ipod accessories, however they come with 3 different size attachments. Great bass. Great look.
Cons: They have a tendency to slip out of position if you are active which can be annoying. The different size attachments help to mitigate this once you find the size that fits you. However, slipping still can occur, therefore I gave them a 4/5.
Summary: IF you are extra careful with these, they will last you a while. By careful I mean, not shoving your mp3 player in your pocket with the headphones attached time and time again. Not using them when you work out. Not folding them when you put them away.
Pros: The audio playback on these earbuds is amazing for the price range. I listen to a genre range of Aphex Twin to Debussy in FLAC and I have to say the quality to value ratio on these is amazing. You'll be hard pressed to find any headphones or earbuds less than 100$ that can outperform these. Bass ...
Cons: The left channel will die eventually. Sure you can send them into Skull Candy for a new set, but why? It's a pain in the booty and you'll be without earbuds for ~2+ weeks.
Summary: dont get me wrong this is a great mp3 player. stock headphones r easily the best ive ever gotten with an mp3 player and the sound is excellent. just have my reservations about the band holding up to regular taking on/off stresses cause i dun wear it 24/7
Pros: easy drag and drop loading, looks like a watch and functions like a watch. included headphones are surprisingly excellent and much better than just about any other headphones ive ever gotten with any other mp3 player. it has plenty of Eq settings and options, but its all done by feel and what u h...
Cons: 2.5 mm jack which means most headphones will not work without a bulky adapter. Instruction manual claims it comes with a 2.5 to 3.5 adapter and driver disk, mine did not. This player is all about feel there is no screen so u kinda have to shuffle through and listen to the songs till u get the one...
Summary: I just can't believe how great and functional this unit is. Could be better but for $50 what do you expect?
Pros: -Great sound quality! Great headphones too! -Very convenient for snowboarding and jogging. -Little glow in dark time hands and even numbers so you can tell the time at night...somewhat. -Easy data transfer. -Easy to learn the functions.
Cons: -A little uncomfortable, doesn't sit on my wrist correctly. -Not resistant or anything (water, shock..etc....) -No light to see time (time hands...see above). -Reminds me of a 1 gig iPod Shuffle.
Summary: If you can find these headphones for cheap, like around 10-15 dollars, I would get it but if it's selling for anything more, look else where.
Pros: Quality headphones. They do not feel in any way cheap when you hold it. Has a volume control so that is always nice. The sound is okay. Wasn't as great as I expected. Did not see much improvement from my previous budget earphones the Sony (MDRE10LPRE) and the JVC Gumy headphones. If I had to rank...
Cons: If in-ear headphones aren't your thing, I wouldn't get it no matter what people say. Sure it might be cool, but after a while, it can get uncomfortable.