... actually realise when I bought this item that the smart button sound control etc only works on sony products ...
9 July 2014
Summary: I didn't actually realise when I bought this item that the smart button sound control etc only works on sony products and possibly mobile phones. Haven't tried it on my phone yet. I use this headset with my Ipod and the sound is great. I have lots of audio books and the sound is greatly improved. I've listened to some music too and this too is fantastic!
Summary: In ear for excellent quality / price ratio. The sound is quite defined and at the same time shows a warm tone, excellent for use with the Sansa Clip. Seller very nice. I had received a package missing for some tips and was promptly replaced.
Summary: First off, let me say that these cans work perfectly with my Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2. Sometimes the device does not recognize the commands from the remote control, but no fuss: just unplug the headset and plug it back again as you press the volume up (or down, it makes no difference) button.
Summary: The headphones are just what I needed. The design of the earpieces means that most if not all background noise is eliminated to allow you to listen to music on your phone clearly. The buttons on the lead are also easily accessible to allow you to answer calls. The only thing I would say though is that sometimes the earpieces have a habit of coming loose and they don't always stay in the ear. Other than that a great and useful product.
Summary: They sound pretty good, deep base, albeit a little boomy. For the price though, GREAT sound :) Lightweight earphones, I hardly notice that I have them in my ears, so could easily wear them all day. Thought I got the wrong model first, didn't find the SmartKey Control on the cable beacuse I thought it would be bigger :) The 4 buttons are easy to distinguish and have good tactile feedback.
decent sound quality but not excelent, and kinda confortable but again not excelent.
Nick Tobben, Amazon
15 September 2012
Summary: I heard these go great with the HTC one-X so that's the reason i bought these instead of Sennheiser CX870's since my CX880's broke last week after only 1.5 years of use, though i wasn't exactly careful with them.(CX880 is the same as the CX870 but with a god awful volume control on the cable) So these earnubs face a direct comparison to my previous one's and they don't come out quite as good as if i were to compare them to Sennheiser CX400 or CX300's (the ones i owned...