Summary: Two things of other note that are important. Using the wrong size buds WILL distort audio, making treble almost overpowering. I compared audio to my old Bose headphones to a serious disappointment at first, but after swapping buds the sound clarity easily doubled.
Pros: I consider myself a moderate audiophile, while not going to extremes I do require above average earbuds/speakers. In this case I was truly blown away by the quality of these earbuds AFTER I got them the way they were meant to be. The audio ranges are fantastic, covering bass and treble extremely ...
Cons: The silicone ear grommets are really difficult to remove, as I fear tearing them while I somehow pry them off. You really have to dig in with a finger nail and pry them. Putting them back on I found out was even WORSE. I ended up using a hobby set of needle nose pliers to stretch the opening out ...
Summary: Best IEM use only one driver i have . Amazing sound if you like guitar , piano . Treb very nice , sparkler treb Mid perfect , open mid Bass impact good and punchy with deep bass Recomment , best IEM use only 1 Dynamic driver ever . Good more than Vsonic Gr07 - Hifi Re400 - Shure 215 - XBA 3 - EX 600
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: Highly recommmended! Delightful to listen to/through for anything: rock, country, classical! Really clear and wide soundstage when used with a low-audio-distortion chipset such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 found in smartphones like the US AT&T version of the HTC One X, and the US version of the...
Summary: Impacting noise canceling, especially for places like NYC. Superior audio quality: Picks up every single effect in songs. Great if you are a percussion, piano and Guitar lover. Don't need to use EQ unless you love exaggerating certain frequencies which this pair does nicely.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: The clarity of these earphones are amazing. In my own extensive comparison with the VSonic GR07, these came out on top (for me). I rambled a bit on this in another forum, but I'll just pick a few excerpts instead of linking it.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Instrument Separation, Lightweight, Soundstage, Stylish
Summary: My opinion is torn when it comes to these earphones. They sound amazing. The separation between high, mids, and bass is easily the best I've heard for under $300. However, they are not very comfortable and they have the worst cable I've seen. That's even compared to a $10 set of WalMart specials.
Summary: These are fantastic! They are getting excellent reviews at headfi for a reason. Users at headfi are saying that they sound on a comparable level as earphones costing up to $400. I myself have owned the Triple-Fi 10, Futuresonics, MG7 and Monsters Pro-Copper and these ones are way better.