Excerpt: Sound quality is good. Button on microphone works well for interacting with my iphone 5s. People I am talking to on the phone say they can hear me when I am talking into the headset. Ear buds fit well and exclude sound well.
Excerpt: At the shop I was recommended and picked up one of these instead of what I had in mind. It sounds good, but not made to last- too thin, shaped to be broken, and remote located at the odd length. Do not get this one.
Pros: Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Cons: Cord too long, Flimsy Construction, Uncomfortable
Excerpt: I'm admitted obsessed audiophile - lots of high end equipment for 24 bit listening, But I was so amazed by Sony's MDR-EX100IP iOS Earbuds that I bought a second pair. Why, you might ask, would an obsessed audiophile by inexpensive earbuds? I bought them for using with my iPhone on power-walks. And when I first listened to them I was stunned by several things: 1. Their 'natural' sound.
Pros: Clear Signal, Fits well in ear, Good Sound, Good Volume Control, Lightweight
Excerpt: I thought they were gonna be to small for my ears, but they are actually perfect. They don't come off your ears and they work perfect with my galaxy s3. I'm thinking go get another pair for when these one stop working.
Pros: Fits well in ear, Good Sound, Good Volume Control, Lightweight, Noise Cancellation
Excerpt: I purchased these for my wife to use with her Android phone. I first purchased the Sony XBA-1ip which she was not crazy about. I actually liked them more in many ways. They were much clearer through the vocal range of frequencies and the microphone was slightly clearer as well. So, I kept those and bought these for her. She's happier. These have more bass, to be sure. For the kind of music she listens to, I can see her point.