Summary: Nice earphones. Good balanced sound, bass not especially pronounced as I usualy prefer. Comfortable even if it's not as small as the Audéo's from Phonak. Stay aware: they're very loud with a 122db and I wouldn't recommend to listen over hours at full power!
Summary: I purchased these for my wife and she has been very happy with them. I also took a listen and was quite impressed. I have owned two pairs of Shure in ears (an old pair of single BA driver ones and the SE 315s) and now own a pair of Westone 4rs.
Summary: As soon as I got the earbuds I plugged into my computer iTunes. I was amazed at how much better my music could sound. I purchased these for use with Aviom systems and they work great. I was happy with the price relatively speaking I felt it was a good deal.
Summary: Really great sound and price on this one. I like that the special edition red ones came with a hard case too. The sound is nice and neutral, just what I was looking for, perhaps a bit too analytical for some.
Summary: I find the UM1 gives the best value for the frequency response. I was satisfied with the comfort and isolation. I use the UM1in the gym and other exercise routines. The first UM1failed after two and half years when the right wire developed some loose connection giving some intermittent connection.
Summary: I have owned several products in - what I call - the high-end consumer/low-end audiophile area, and the UM1s are the best overall package I have owned - especially for the price. That is probably mostly due to the fit. I have worn these for up to 5 hours without any problems.
Summary: I had been trying various earphones looking for a set that would attenuate rather than exacerbate wind noise while cycling at higher speeds created by the wind passing over the ears. These are the best by far among those I tired.
Summary: It took me awhile to get the hang of properly getting the earbuds in and out...I've been using over the ear forever. But now that I have the hang of it, the sound really is excellent. I don't believe it stands up to quality over the ear, but I'll trade that for portability.