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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 172 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Audio Headphones for LESS MONEY---GO FIGURE!

    Posted
    Mattxmj

    Lesson for the day: THE MOST EXPENSIVE OR MOST ATTRACTIVE HEADPHONES DON'T EQUATE TO THE BEST AUDIO EXPERIENCE. After having compared the Klipsch, Bose, and Beats headphones extensively, there is no question that the Klipsch headphones are the best BY FAR. The most important thing to look for in headphones is how accurately the headphones communicate the source material to your ears. The Beats headphones deliver far too much artificial bass, which actually reduces the sound quality of vocals and most instruments other than drums. You want your equalizer to perform this function; NOT YOUR HEADPHONES. While bass is certainly an important aspect of music, ideally one wants a balance of all the elements. On a side note, the plastic headband on the Beats headphones, like most plastic, will stress and weaken over time---no matter how big or small your head is. With this in mind, it is no doubt the reason why these break so often, and, for the price, there is simply no excuse as to why this should ever happen. These headphones are the Chrysler 300M of headphones: they look like a Rolls Royce, but they are far different "under the hood." If you want a pair of headphones that just "look good," then these are for you. The Bose headphones, by contrast, with their noise cancellation feature cut off critical elements of the music experience as a result of this process. As a result, the music on the Bose headphones lack the depth in both vocals and bass. If you plan on working near heavy machinery and flying on airplanes, then these are the headphones for you. These headphones are meant more so to tune things out rather than tune you into the music. The Klipsch headphones provide the balance and, yes, CLARITY that you want , delivering the crisp vocals and perfect bass that elevates the entire music experience. In addition, the form fitting ear foam readily cancels out outside noises while not compromising the quality of the audio in the process. Like their ear buds, Klipsch continues to provide the best audio experience and, miraculously, they are able to do so at a fraction of the price of their overpriced competition. It is rare that the LESS EXPENSIVE purchase provides BETTER QUALITY. If you are an audiophile who likes to listen to music the way it was intended to be heard, the Klipsch brand is for you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Klipsch will always be number one in my book

    Posted
    instinct29
    • My Best Buy® Member

    First off, let me explain how I choose headphones. Everyone has the best set of monitors ever made - the human ear. However, because we're all made different, different people hear different sounds differently. On this note, I listen to a variety of music and my ears have been blasted to the point of near bleeding, but these headphones blew my mind. I listen for detail, depth, and how close to a flat response they represent. You'll see reviews on here where people say you need the "perfect EQ" for your IPod to get the most out of your headphones. The answer is NO music should have to be EQ'd to sound good. You want a flat response so it sounds like the studio master did. Over a cross section of 20 songs ranging from country to rock to rap to classical, these headphones produced the most true to life sound out of a group of 4 (BOSE, Phillips, Dre Beats, and Klipsch). Second, compression quality equates to sound quality. A 128kb/s MP3 will NOT sound as good as a 320kb/s MP3 and MP3 will never sound as good as Apple Lossless/FLAC/WAV. My collection for my IPod is in 320kb/s with a few 256kb/s and 192kb/s MP3's mixed in. They all sound amazing, but the bass is tighter and cleaner with the higher bit rates.If you're dumping 150+ on headphones, then you're going to want quality MP3s otherwise you might find yourself underwhelmed. Comfort is tops on these cans. The headphones make a nice seal that is tight but not uncomfortable. Noise isolation cuts out about 85% of background noise at reasonable levels. I can have my volume at 50% and just barely catch a conversation happening next to me. Also, leakage is pretty much non-existent at normal listening levels. You won't be disturbed and you won't be disturbing anyone else. The in line volume and track search control is both handy and simple to use. Someone needs to talk to you? Just hit a button and it pauses your IPod. Hit it again when done and continue where you left off. It's also at a good place on the wire so it won't get in the way, but is easy to access. These cans will take a little bit to break in, but still sound great out of the box. After about 20 hours of play time, the sound like perfection. Couple all of this with a nice carrying case and adapters for dual stereo mini-plug and 1/4" plug and you have the best pair of headphones for under $200 for the person who listens to it all.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Almost forgot what music is supposed to sound like

    Posted
    StevenT989
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I picked these up from the local Best Buy. I had some nice earbuds $130+ that sounded amazing, but I broke them after a couple weeks after I got a cord wrapped around a dumb bell and I dropped it after doing bench, or rows--can't remember. Anyway, point being, I used many pairs of lesser quality headphones iPod white headphones, marshmallows, skull candy, and some others. I tried these on at the store and the sound was incredible, even better then the Bose headphones the AE2s! Not to mention once I got home and plugged them into my desktop to try them out with spotify, all my music came to life. Deep base, crisp sound, and actually can pinpoint more instruments that I couldn't make out with my iPod stock headphones. They are a bit pricey, but they are just as good as the $200 Beats, or other noise cancelling headphones. Technically, they are a noise isolating headphone, nonetheless I cannot hear the loud boiler in the basement of the house that we live in near campus. I am stoked to start using these at the library! Check the website for the revised design, because the new ones look much better, but still are much better than the trendy beats, ludacris headphones etc. In my opinion, that means you are less likely to get jumped for your headphones if you walk to campus in a heavily populated urban university. One caveat though, if you have a larger head./ears these may be uncomfortable. I'm hoping the springiness is reduced with use, however for you mail-order folks these are not headphones that sit around your ear, these come in contact with the ear so just make sure you are comfortable in most headphones. This isn't a deal-breaker for me because they sound so good! Best of luck, don't settle for Beats, Bose, and others just because everyone else is, get some good bang for your buck!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Easily The Best Quality for the Price

    Posted
    Counttess
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I work at customer service at a Best Buy, and I consistently have Beats returned due to an earbud going out, etc... and even our display pair are broken. We recently got a new stock of headphones in, and I was planning on buying the new Phillips pair (at $79.99). However, these were sitting right next to it, and I've always held Klipsch in high regard so I had to try them out. Immediately I noticed the sound quality was dramatically different, and these are so incredibly light and the ear padding feels fantastic which is great for me. I'm usually looking for great sound quality for my Xbox, and after finally buying a pair of Trittons, I wanted a great pair of headphones for my computer and MP3 player. These exceeded all of my expectations. It has really great noise cancellation. When my boyfriend says something to me with them on, I simply hear some mumbling and with the TV on right now, I merely hear some background rumbling. What I do love is that when I put them on, no one around me can here a thing. I can't even hear anything if I press down them down right next to my ears on my head. These would be a great gift for someone that annoys you with loud headphone noise! The music has amazing clarity. I had already sworn off on my laptop speakers, but these make me ashamed of them. The bass, as many have said, is the perfect balance. It is definitely there but not overpowering whatsoever. I highly recommend these... much over the Beats. Also, just personal preference I suppose, but I love the way these look much better. Smaller size, basic black... (I find the Beats look silly though).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Headphones You Can Buy for $149. Period!

    Posted
    zeddemore
    • My Best Buy® Member

    It really comes down to a simple choice. Either you buy headphones to look cool because they're stylish OR you buy headphones because you want the best possible sound quality for your music. If the latter is more important to you, then by all means, BUY THESE HEADPHONES! Seriously people, they are half the price of the Dre Beats and almost twice as good, and here's why: the Dre Beats sacrifice ALOT of clarity and texture for bass. Bass is not the most important feature in audio quality, just one component, so why spend a fortune on headphones that will: 1. break down in about 1-6 months and 2. will not giveyou a true, well rounded quality of sound for your music. The Klipsch ONE have the bass of the Beats, but the clarity of the Bose. There is NO sacrifice of clarity for bass. Great for listening to all types of music, from classical to hip hop, unlike the Beats which are only decent for hip hop. If you don't believe me, do yourself a favor and try them out for yourself at any Best Buy store. Most stores have them both on display right next to each other. Also,I would encourage anyone who's looking for a good pair of headphones to stop being lazy and do a little homework before spending your whole paycheck on a pair just to "look cool". Snce when was it ever cool to do the exact same thing as everyone else. Much cooler to do something different and have everyone else follow after you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Headphones. Period.

    Posted
    CBreezy231

    Let me start this by saying that I am an employee in the MP3 department and got to kill a lot of time after hours sampling our display headphones. Between the Skullcandy RocNation Aviators, Solos, and these Klipsch headphones, there are only marginal differences. But, I ended up going with the Klipsch...and, boy, and I happy that I did. The Dre's give you the best aesthetics and descent bass. But, I think you're more or less paying for the look and name--but, some people swear by their Dr. Dres (and I guess it depends on the type of music as well). For my ears, the RocNations offer a good amount of treble but lacked the amount of bass I was looking for. Comfort was probably best with these (I don't like the way Beats sit on my ears)...but that wasn't my primary concern. Then there are the Klipsch One headphones. The ugly duckling, if you will. If you want something that packs a punch in a compact design without paying upwards of 300 dollars, these are your guys. In a side by side comparison using "Revofev" by KiD CuDi, I found that the bass "hit" hardest with these. But, the overall sound quality was exceptional as well. If I have one complaint with these, it would have to be that my ears get a little sore when I have them on for a few hours (let's face it: some week nights offer nothing better than an opportunity to sit back and indulge in some tunes)...but I figured that would happen since I have big ears and these are on-ear headphones. Overall, though, these are the headphones I recommend to all of my customers in this price range...and I love mine as much as a dude can love an inanimate object.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality headphones regardless of price.

    Posted
    olcorral

    After two months of shopping, I chose the Image One headphones. Simply put, they sound great, comfortable and attractive looking. Out of the box I was impressed with the case they come with for travel, the cord is strong and the build is quality. The inline control module for my iPad 2 works perfectly and easy to use with the large buttons. Volume, track and microphone all contained in a light weight easy to find module. Definite must for those who travel or don't want to want to pull out your music player to access. The sound is superior. Crisp highs and solid low end and not sacrificing the mids at all. While they do not have the ear pounding bass, they do succeed with perfect balance. Comfort is important and these are very much so. Lightweight, they can be worn for hours of movies or music. You can spend untold amount of money for headphones for audiophile bank breaking sound. You won't need to for the Image One. I found accessing the iPad equalizer made a huge difference with sound. One last thing: you don't have to crank them up to have the great sound quality that other sets I have owned needed. Great for all music types and movies. Spend some time and listen to the really great sound and all your old playlists to rediscover your music once again. Also, give them some time to burn in. It does make a difference over time. Wow, love these headphones.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Hurts your ears too much to listen to the music

    Posted
    Eriptron
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    These are, without a doubt, the most uncomfortable headphones that I have ever worn. They hurt my ears so bad that I can't enjoy their good sound quality and in 10 minutes I have to take them off. Really, REALLY! While I am blown away by their sound but if they hurt your ears ya got nothing boys! Maybe they labeled mine for the left and right ear backwards as that is the only way that they are comfortable...Seriously! The ear cups rotate (drivers forward) for storage but when rotated back to the so called listening position they do not even make it to the parallel position and ideally they should rotate past the parallel position so that they lay "on" the "angle" of your ear. They angle forward so the rear of the ear cushion puts the most pressure on the rear of your ear...that's the part of your ear that sticks out the most. It's the other way round people at Klipsch. Did they never look at a human being's side of the head? It tapers towards the face. And guess what, the ear does even more so. I have had Klipsch speakers for over 25 years...actually the same Forte's that whole time as Klipsch don't even make speakers that good anymore. Last year I added 5 Klipsch speakers to make an incredible 7.1 home theater sound system so I like Klipsch as I won't own any other speaker manufacturer thus my huge disappointment in what appears to be such a bad "fundamental" design mistake. I'll take them back and try a second pair and see if they are the same way. If they turn out to be the same way too then I'll hate Klipsch for making such a miserably uncomfortable wonderfully sounding headphone.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Your search is over

    Posted
    mon3y
    • My Best Buy® Member

    So, I'm assuming high end (ish) headphones seemed to be the new fashion trend this year with headphones such as Dre. Beats flooding the college campus. Me being a bit of an audiophile decided not to follow the masses and optted for a set of headphones that would satisfy my girlfriend as well as my criteria for exceptional sound. I am happy to say that these do that and more. My girlfriend's biggest concern with her new pair of headphones was bass. Not necessarily knowing what that meant to her, I demo'd various brands in the store and ultimately ended up purchasing a set of Sol Republic V10s. Now the V10's were great don't get me wrong, but after some fitment issues and some small annoyances they were returned. I am happy to report though that the IMAGE One's take the cake. These headphones have very minimal sound bleeding from them so she is able to listen to them at louder volumes without disturbing me. Infact I'm on spotify right now jamming out while she's sleeping in bed beside me. They have great sound isolation properties; I can't hear my neighbor next door playing video games with them on. They are more comfortable to wear for longer periods of time and the sound protruding from the speakers is well balanced. I couldn't ask or find a better product within the price range.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Wish I Could Keep Them

    Posted
    MusicIsMySanctuary
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I'm an avid music lover. Living in city apartments/condos now, you have to have headphones (I do anyway or would probably be promptly evicted within a month#. I can no longer wear those earbuds. Even the smallest fitting won't stay in my ears. I need those plug-in type earbuds or the bass and full effect of vs. those type that just kind of "sit" in your ear. Maybe it's because I use them so much #for years# but my left ear started swelling and hurting - like there's a callous in there or something.. Months later, same in the right. I see more and more people ditching those in Chicago and using these smaller type "real" headphones. While out of town, I noticed the headphone display at Best Buy. Checked these out and KNEW I had to have them. I know the Klipsch name. I've had these for about a week and I'll tell you.....after about 1/2 hour they HURT! They're pressing your outer ear into your head. I've even tried a "looser" type of adjustment. No luck. I guess the true over-the-ear headphone is better for me. I just liked the size/portability of these, and of course the sound. On a positive note, they sound superior to the high-end, true over-the-ear style Sony headphones I have that are about 20 years old #on an ipod anyway#. Going to give it a few more days, but, unfortunately I will probably have to return these. P.S. I have no idea why this page keeps changing some of my parentheses to # signs, I tried editing 5 times.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Studio Quality Sound

    Posted
    Maxspeed3
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    So usually I don't do these type of reviews unless I really like a product. First off if your thinking of buying a pair of noise cancelling headphones, don't even bother with Bose, or beats. There expensive, cheaply built and don't sound that great... These sound amazing! I've heard things in songs that I've never heard before on any other pair of head phones I've owned. The sound quality is 10 out of 10, very crisp and clear. There is also a soothing amount of bass in any type of music, from rap, jazz, dubstep, to oldies. It all sounds awesome! I use these headphones at work everyday for at least 8 hours and the comfort level is perfect. The leather pillow like earmuff things are comfy. Its like there not even on your head. I'd say there about 95% noise canceling. In a quiet office, I can't hear anything. It also depends on how loud you have the music. If you like to rock out like I do, you don't be able to hear you boss yelling at you! Which makes everyone's day a lot better! Overall if your looking for a nice pair of noise cancelling headphones I'd highly recommend this pair of Klipsch. For the price there an excellent choice!. They also come with a very nice hard case. Sound quality 10-10 Comfort 9.5-10

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good Value, Great Sound, Good Freq Resp.

    Posted
    ITGuyInElkhorn
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    I purchased these after being thoroughly disappointed by the Beats line. The Beats Solo HD I have sound very muffled in the high frequencies, and overpowering on the bass. These Klipsch headphones have everything the beats don't. The bass is tight and low. I've actually had to consider putting a subsonic filter in to eliminate the <20 hz sounds as they get in your ears and hurt, but can't be heard. The audible bass range is strong with a slow rolloff as the frequency increases. The Mid ranges are pretty flat and the upper ranges are not diminished nor too bright. That said I like a good amount of treble, so if you like infinity kappa or high end yamaha mids and tweets, you'll love these. The only issue I have is the connector has the 4th conductor (for the Mic) and it goes into the jack a little too far. I have to pull it out a little to get the connection right. It works well with my andriod phone though, so that's a bonus. Overall Very happy with these. A refreshing change from my beats solo set.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Better than most... try'em, I dare you

    Posted
    MrPeace
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I brought a pair of Image ONE's last year, and I had to return them, because I didn't like the design, with the two wires, but the sound was incredible, so I waited for the redesign, and I waited. Then on my many visits to BB, there they were, and Klipsch did a great job, with the design, a single, flat cable, that doesn't tangle. The last design, had over the ear cups, these are not, so if you have larger ears, you may appreciate this. They sell for $149... so I waited again, for them to go on sell, about 2 weeks later, there they were for $99, after $5 of reward points, and a $10 coupon...$85. For the sound quality these produce, you can't beat that, and I can control my iPhone, iPad, and iPod... I had tried, just about every in-store headphones BB sales, and I used my iPhone, not that disco music BB offers, and they sound better than DR. Dre Beats, and Bose or any of the other "best" headphones. I listen to alot of ole school R&B, and jazz, and these headphones are amazing... Try them out... I dare you. I also have Klipsch surround sound, in my home, which is also amazing, so yes I am a fan, Klipsch has yet to disappoint me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Lives up to the Klipsch name!

    Posted
    StarrLove
    • My Best Buy® Member

    My boyfriend has a full set of Klipsch speakers for his computer that I find amazing, so when I saw these on display at Best Buy, I had to try them. Fell in love right there in the store! Unfortunately, I was not the first one to discover this as they were sold out, so I ordered them online, and was very pleased when I was updated on their every move via email until they arrived at my front door. The memory foam is very comfortable, though they do take some getting used to as they are shaped to fit your ears as they are: tilted. The sound quality is just as amazing as I thought it would be, and I do not see myself breaking these very easily. My only complaint is the 3-button remote only being designed to work with Apple products, as I try to avoid such things. A small sacrifice for amazing headphones!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great over-the-ear headphones

    Posted
    MyCoig
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I've always been a strict in-ear headphone user. I recently purchased the Bose IE2 in-ear headphones, which sound great, but weren't cutting it on flights. I looked at over-the-ear headphones, but was turned off by the high price tag and/or style. I saw the great reviews on BestBuy.com and thought I'd take a chance. So far I'm very impressed. I'll be taking them on a flight next week, and I don't think I'll be disappointed. They sound better than any in-ear headphones I've owned. I've used them around the house and have used the iPhone buttons and mic for a couple conference calls and it worked flawlessly. I listen to all types of music including hard rock and hip hop and these headphones deliver deep bass that doesn't drown out vocals. For the price I'm very happy. I specifically bought these for travel and flights, and I like the fact that these headphones fold flat, unlike others in the same category. If I had to find a complaint, I've noticed that after extended use, my ears do get hot. This is probably common with over-the-ear headphones. I'll be on a 10 hour flight in a couple weeks, and I think I'll have to give my ears some air every hour or so.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    WOW, best headphones below $500!

    Posted
    Anonymous
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Unbelievable sound! I'm not a big Klipsch fan for their tower speakers and home theater systems. But these headphones DESTROY the Bose and Beats by Mr. Dre (He's not REALLY a DR.)!! Had the Bose AE2's for about 2 hours, they kept cutting in and out and sounded overall very muted compared to a full range sound experience. These have tremendous clarity and I swear the have deeper bass than any car I've ever put a system into! I have a complete Martin Logan sound system with a $1,500 subwoofer, and these headphones sound just like my best 2 channel setup! They feel much more solid in terms of build than the other top rated headphones (I've bought and tried them all) and the in-line microphone has come in very handy! I designed HT systems for Magnolia for 5 years, and I would definitely say that I'm an audiophile. So my discerning ear will notice the slightest nuances in music reproduction and the ability of the speaker to handle the power. These headphones do so with flying colors and with a very impressive soundstage.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing sound, great price

    Posted
    MVstar
    • My Best Buy® Member

    OK, I admit the headphones I really wanted to buy to use for a trip to Europe were the Bose QC15. Yes they are rated as the best noise cancelling headphones on the market today and I believe that. But I couldn't get myself to fork out over $300 for some headphones. So I found these Klipsch Image Ones, read about it on cnet.com, and bestbuy, read all the reviews and decided, "well if I really don't like them I'll just return them." Post European trip and after using them for hours on the planes and now here in the office, these headphones past my test. The sound is awesome! Clean highs, low lows. Yes, they are not noise cancelling and yes they do tend to get a little uncomfortable after wearing them for a couple of hours. Oh and also they can be used to talk through with an iPhone! Only thing is they can ONLY be used of an iPhone. But for about $129, they are well worth it compared to the $300+ I was going to be out of pocket for with the Bose.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Headphones Ive owned

    Posted
    marcolby

    I have bought a lot of headphones over the years looking for a pair with great sound and very comfortable. I listen through my headphones a lot. I have owned Sony, Panasonic, JVC, and Sennheiser headphones in the past. I kept hearing so much about the Beats by Dre headphones that I had to hear them. I went to my local Best Buy and listened to all the headphones they had on display including the Beats, and the new 300 dollar Sony and the new offerings from Bose, but none of them seemed to sound as good as the Image Ones. They went on sale for 100 and I just bought them yesterday and I love them. I have listened to lots of different types of music and television shows through them. Everything sounds great on them. There is just enough bass in these babies. The earpads are a very soft leather and quite comfortable to wear. The only concern I have with these headphones is that the cable seems kind of flimsy. It also doesn't disconnect, so ive been rather cautious to not get them caught on anything. They are definitely worth considering though if sound quality is your number one factor in purchasing headphones!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Klipsch YES, don't bother w/ the rest.

    Posted
    Wolf
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    First, yhis is the 3rd pair of phones I have tried recently looking for a sound that would try to equal quality external speakers. the other 2 were 1. dre BEATS HD. $200.00 loud heavy bass which muttles horribly the mids & highs regardless of EQ settings. The ipod controls are poorly designed w/ no definiton to feel so don't try operating them in the dark or w/out looking. 2. AKG k172HD $220.00 . Didn't take 10 seconds to realize that I had used $20.00 phones that sounded much better, maybe I got a bad pair enough said. Finally, upon my 3rd visit to best buy I picked the Klipsch ONE phones $150.00 and took them out of the box in the store to try them. Immediately I could hear the definition in the music. The head room is incredible, the bass is responsive & perfectly balanced, the subtle nuances in the music are well defined & the vocals are crisp. They are very comfortable, to the degree that I forget they are on my head (right now) & well raised control buttons for effortless use. Thanks Klipsch, my search is finally over.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Better than Beats, Better than Bose...PERIOD.

    Posted
    InceptiveReason
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I spent over an hour in the Apple Store testing out all of the popular brands: Bose, Beats, Soul and a multitude of others. After my experiment, it was evident that the Klipsch were worthy of the highest ranks of headphones. The sound clarity performed like an aged samurai sword, bringing voice, rhythm and production into perfect harmony. The hard bass of rap/hip-hop, the high pinch of Mozart, the deep; soulful lows of smooth jazz came alive as I stood there astonished and ashamed for never having heard of this brand before. I began to receive inquisitive looks from fellow headphone seekers as to the quality of my experience and at the end of my journey at Apple, my only words to my comrades were this: "Buy these". To conclude, I walked out of the Apple Store and across the mall parking lot to Best Buy to purchase the Klipsch with the Best Buy Warranty...which I highly recommend. P.S. Beats by Dre, to much of the dismay of those who read this, are a travesty to music...

    I would recommend this to a friend