Summary: The sound quality is fairly neutral and tight, which I like, but a bit recessed. I can't tell if it is because of the shape of the earplugs: so extremely round that they are difficult to adjust and often fall out.
Summary: One of the most uncomfortable headphones I've had, I couldn't wear it while walking to school as they would skyrocket out of my ears. I'm not an audiophile or anything but to me the sound that came out sounded as if it was coming out of a can.
Deceived by all the great reviews - Bad sound quality, tons of cable noise, poor design.
Brent Ray, Amazon
17 September 2014
Summary: I bought these headphones to replace a pair of Velodyne vPulse in-ear headphones that I've used and loved for years. I accidentally broke my old pair so I needed a replacement, but didn't feel like spending as much money.
They're pretty good, but there's much better earbuds for the ...
Ed Fonseca "Edy", Amazon
22 August 2014
Summary: They're pretty good, but there's much better earbuds for the price. As noted, lack of bass is disturbing. My xiaomi pistons have more bass than this, and at half the price. Also, I can't help but really hate the way the cord thumps deep into my ears when I move it around.
Summary: I decided to give these a try for a variety of tasks while on the road. The first thing I noticed was the incredible amount of noise transferred from the cord banging around or “micro-phonics.
Pros: - Decent passive noise isolation (I wouldn't call it noise cancellation because these aren't actively cancelling anything) thanks to the snug fit cups - Flat cord design prevents a lot of tangles and twists - Integrated microphone and control switch makes this a very versatile headset for two-way...
Cons: - HORRIBLE MICRO-PHONICS!! (This is the sound transmitted to your ear by mechanical vibrations when the headset cord is making contact with solid object) - Carry pouch is somewhat small. Have to cram the headset into the pouch which takes is fairly difficult unless you tie-wrap the cord first (no...