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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Let's be honest.....

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    First, these are not ear buds. They are in ear monitors. Big difference. Next, what are you listening to? If it is that low bit rate junk that comes from iTunes, don't expect these to make your music sound good. Nothing will. May as well stick with what came with your iPod. Finally, don't even try to judge what these, or any other headphones or speakers, sound like until you break them in. 20 hours, minimum. 50 hours is ideal. The difference will be dramatic. All reviews should be done after the product has broken in. I have a pair of Shure SE530 IEM's. They cost much more and they sound stunning. They should for the difference in dollars. I use them as a base line to compare everything else to. I compare these S4's favorably with a middle of the road Shure set but for probably $100 less, and with a smoother low end. A very nice bang for the buck. Nice but not great low end. Somewhat rolled off at the high end but not a deal breaker. Mids are nice and seem to get nicer with time. Durability has not been a problem and I have almost abused these. Even got them wet several times. The only real gripe I have is the silicon tips. Some folks like them but I don't because they don't stay in well. I was able to take a set of the yellow foam Shure tips and get them on the hossel of the Klipsch. It took a little doing but it made a major difference. You squeeze them, stick them in your ear, they expand, stay put and seal way better. You can buy them on line pretty cheap. I consider this a must for these IEM's. I have attached pics with the foam tips on the S4. Overall, I like these. Once broken in they do a very nice job and should satisfy a large majority of people. If you are looking for audiophile IEM's, look elsewhere and get ready to write a larger check. But if you listen on an mp3 player you should really like these, especially after about 20 hours. At this price the S4's are a real bargain and I recommend them highly.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good Choice for Android Devices

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    Currently using these with my Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Very pleased with the sound quality, and how well people on the other side of a conversation can hear me with the built in microphone. The tangle-free cord is nice, and everything seems to be well built. Wasn't a big fan of the free app made by Klipsch for button control, but I found the application "Headset Button Controller" on the Google Play Market to be much better. With it I can do pause / play, skip forward, skip back, and volume control with the single button, while still accessing Google Now voice functions with a Long Press. Highly recommended. The only negatives are: 1) Rubber ear buds they come with are a bit uncomfortable, and create a pressure in my ears making them pop like I am constantly driving over a high elevation mountain pass. I came from a set of Shure 210's that recently died, and I really liked the foam "ear-plug" style buds they came with for both comfort and blocking outside noise. So I just pulled them off and am now using them with the S4A's... problem solved. 2) Other negative isn't a deal-breaker, just a minor annoyance. The headphone jack is long and vertical, and these type seem to be easy to break if the phone is in your pocket. They should have gone with an L shape jack that would be less likely to break. Overall its one of the best options for good sound quality with an in-line mic for Android Phones, especially if paired with a good button controller application. Also wanted to note that they have a new design for the button area, which is different from the pictures on Best Buy's web page. I have included a picture in this review.

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    These buds are a sound bet, har har

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    Be aware: The 2010 blue box now has a straight connector jack, as opposed to the 2009 silver box which has a L connector jack. I much prefer the L connector because it is less obtrusive and, instead, more flush with my devices. Also, placement sounds, looks, and feels better when used contrary to manufacturer's instructions - use L on right ear and vice versa. I purchased these because they won editors choice award from CNET. Overall the sound quality is very good but I am not a fan of the ear tips that are included because they don't allow consistent sound throughput. For example, if I am eating, the movement in my jaw causes a slight tension in my ears - just enough to cut off the sound with every bite. Or, if I am laying down on my side, the bud will shift enough to not let sound through that side. Maybe it's just my ears but I tried using all the included tips and none of them helped with this issue. Reversing the sides (using L on right ear and vice versa) helped but I ultimately remedied the issue by purchasing an assortment of "Koss PLUG replacement cushions" from Amazon.com. It was a gamble on my part crossing two brand names but believe it or not it worked and fits perfectly! Not only was my issue remedied but overall the sound isolation is even better and so is the sound quality. I use these with my iPhone 4 and am overall very happy with them. I would have purchased the S4i with the remote but i preferred the L shape jack design, cheaper cost, and store availability of these instead. I also recommend (for a little extra $) the black Dr. Dre Diddybeats Monster earbuds which has both L connector and integrated volume remote.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent step up from any bundle set

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    I know that sound quality is very subjective, but I really like this set. It does not blast the base levels like other sets I have used before. They are very comfortable and wear them daily with no problems, and the three different sizes inserts included make it easy to choose the one that works best for you. I didn't give it a 5/5 on durability only because I think the cable is rather thin compare to other sets I've had in the past. This is good in a way as it make them very light, but I am afraid it might snap if it gets caught on something. I would have liked a nicer carrying case, it comes with something that looks like an altoids tin can with some foam. I really don't mind because I bought it for the sound but it would have been nice.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Amazing Sound, Great Value

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    Everything from the nice tin for storage, the 3 sized ear canal nubs (for perfect comfort and fit) is classy. I tried some skull candies 50/50 (also good, but not at this level) and went with these before I tried the PowerBeats (dr dre/monster) which are $150 - I dont think [for half the price] I need to go there. I listen to a variety of music/audio and don't necessarily care about a thumping bass. I prefer accurate and full spectrum sound. There were also the Bose earbuds I was looking at ($99) but Klipsh delivers both the quality and value I was looking for! As a sound connoisseur, I get many different brands to compare - these are top notch.

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    good earbuds for the price

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    I bought these for a last-minute trip to asia on business. my old pair of sony earbuds were stolen a few months before, so i needed to buy a new pair of headphones asap. I did a good amount of research on earbuds costing <$100, and found these to be the best value cost-wise for the sound reproduction and "features". I will preface the review with the fact that I had a price-match from amazon.com and got these for $33 w/ tax....so really for that price I would say it would be really hard to find better earbuds with the same sound and quality. Overall, these have good sound production, really crisp high notes, and good lows and mid-range. I've heard better low notes on my old sony pair (something sony is known for). I listen to mostly rock, acoustic, and hip-hop music...and i love me some heavy bass. So these Klipsch earbuds could have been better in my opinion on the lows, but to each his own. I often maxed out the volume on my ipod and came close on my computer -- never once did these crackle or pop. Sound reproduction was good at all volumes. Like i said before, these earbuds really excel at producing the high-notes...i can hear the "crackle" of the vinyl spinning on my hip-hop music, and can hear every high-hat and splash cymbal in my music....but never "tinny" sounding Mids are OK, but nothing amazing to note there. the noise isolation was great on the plane and the trains i took during my trip. I was a little worried about not getting a set of noise-cancelling headphones that my friends said I needed to have for the plane, etc. I really didn't want the noise-cancelling because my ears are sensitive to the buzz/hum that those produce. So, I gambled on these tight fitting earbuds, and I won. They did a great job isolating most of the outside noise of engines and general ambiance, and allowed for me to hear my music and movies perfectly. Even better, these come with several sets of rubber inserts to help find the perfect fit for different ear shapes. I usually use the biggest ones and "jam" them into my ear to get the best isolation and best sound. These were comfortable enough for me to wear for a several hours straight, which is about as long as anyone would need. I even fell asleep on the plane with them and they weren't uncomfortable, nor did my ears hurt when i awoke. Quality of the earbuds have been great so far. I don't abuse my electronics so I can't really speak to that, but I did read a lot things on the internet about these having flimsy cords and connectors, etc. I have accidently tugged on these while plugged in firmly and have not had an issue yet. There is a slight crackle when i turn these in my ear to adjust the fit, but it stops as soon as I stop touching them...so i don't think that's an issue. Overall, good sound and good quality. I would recommend these to anyone that needs good headphones for a few hours a week, or for an occasional trip. If i used these everyday for several hours, I think i would get some more expensive ones with better bass -- but these are a good option for any moderate headphone user.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Impressive, but not achingly desirable

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    After a trusted old pair of earbuds (by Creative) went dead, I started the hunt for a new pair. With all the reviews and sources of information available, I began to be convinced that there was a whole word of music that was completely unavailable to me since I was using poor buds. Armed with that mindset, I searched for a pair of earbuds that would blow open the cosmos of the audio world and allow me to enjoy notes, tones, melodies I never was able to hear before. What I wanted was something that was under 100 bucks and offered natural, controlled audio quality. After a little experimentation with Bose in-ear headphones and Skullcandy Titans, I have settled the last couple of days on these Klipsch S4s. No doubt, the quality of the sound is impressive. The control of the sound is the underlying feeling I get while listening. The bass is powerful and punchy but not excessive (a problem with most other headphones in this price range, I have noticed). The highs are not too bright or distorted. Music seems to have a nice warm sound and the sense of space is pretty impressive. Songs which throw a multitude of notes (highs, mids, and bass simultaneously) show off the abilities of the S4s best. Supertramp's often overlooked and underrated Babaji is a great example (Even in the Quietest Moments, the title track, does an equally great job of displaying the S4's abilities). The bass stays strong throughout while the S4s do a great job of controlling the high vocals and crispness of the piano. More modern and more recent recordings fair even better due to the higher quality files available. Modest Mouse's also overlooked and underrated Dramamine is another example. The only "problem" (hesitation is a better word for it) with these headphones is that while the sound quality is impressive for the price, it's not an achingly must-have piece of kit. The grand illusions of mystical worlds of music I was hoping to unlock simply aren't there. Coming from a bog-standard set of iPod buds, that would almost certainly be the impression. In fact, if you are setting next to a player with a pair of headphones plugged in that came in the player's package then this is certainly a brilliant package and worthy of close consideration. The question is what these ~80 dollar headphones will offer you that a good 40 buck pair wont. The answer is about 20% more. All the improvements I mentioned are great, but compared to any number of decent 40 dollar earbuds, they aren't overwhelming. However, to many, that 20% is very important and worth the 80 bucks. I don't know if it is worth it to me, and is why I am still considering returning them. There's a lot of other positives that certainly give the S4s other advantages. The comfort is superb while providing a great seal for audio isolation. The included carrying case is pretty worthless but the cleaning tool is a nice addition and very helpful for keeping the channels clear of gunk. The build quality isn't awesome. As others have mentioned, the cord quality is lacking but I don't expect there to be any premature breaks. As such, I don't really consider the quality to be an issue and wouldn't let it sway against them if you were considering them. All in, this is a very nice pair of headphones but my personal, fairly overinflated expectations have left me somewhat lacking. But that's more my failing than the headphones. What it simplifies to is quite easy. If you have those white Apple ear buds, get something else, anything else. Try some. Experiment with different brands and models and discover what you want to hear from your music. I think these Klipsch Image S4s are a great starting point and are certainly impressive. Coming from those Apple headphones, you will start to understand what you are missing. If you are debating between something like the Skullcandy Titans (a nice 40 dollar pair of earbuds), you just have to ask yourself how much you want the 20% improved sound quality. Hope this helps your decision process.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Sound quality beats headphones over $100

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    I bought a pair of these over a year and a half ago, and only within the last two months have they begun to show obvious signs of wear and tear. Last week i bought a pair of expensive on-ear headphones for some studio work and it made me remember how much i love these little guys. I created a best buy account just so i could write this review. Sound Quality: They're small, but trust me they are powerful. The soundstage is detailed and dynamic. The lows are thick and punchy, but they certainly don't skimp on the highs, either. Overall the sound quality is mind (or i guess ear) Blowing. in my search for new on-ears, i realized that these earbuds really are some of the best out there. I tried brands and price ranges all across the board. I even gave Klipsch's image One's a shot and nothing seemed to compare. With the quality that these buds offer, you're essentially getting away with murder. The headphones i settled on are twice the price of the S4's. I'd say these are worth somewhere between $110 - $120. Some notable Pros: Exceptional noise isolation - once music starts playing, say goodbye to the outside world. And go ahead and blast your music if thats what you're into. the people around you won't hear a thing. Volume vs Speaker durability - I've got some loud music on my ipod. I've been pushing these things to their limit ever since i bought them and the speakers have yet to blow out. Every pair i've had before these has blown within a few months of me owning them. Some Notable Cons: Chord quality - Like people have said, it is not the best out there. It is basically just a rubber coating around the wire, and it's pretty thin. However, i've had my pair for close to two years now and it is still fully functional, with mild rips in the rubber at the base of the 1/8 inch jack and where the chord meets the earbud. the bottom line is, if you're willing to spend 80$ on headphones, you should be willing to exert the basic amount of care on them to keep them in decent shape. Extra Earbud Squishies - This is the only significant problem i've had. what tends to happen is you'll lose one squishy but not it's partner. It feels awkward to be wearing two different sizes so you have to move either a size up or a size down. the change isn't that dramatic until you lose one of those squishies too.... and then another of a different size. and then eventually you just have a bunch of mismatched squishies. this product would be infinitely better if it came with 2 or 3 sets of each size. or at the very least a more secure squishy-to-earbud design. Conclusion: If you've never spent this much on headphones and are wondering whether or not you should take the chance, just do it. A year from now you'll still have this same pair, which will save you money in the long run because the alternative is to buy 5 pairs of 20 dollar headphones that break within a month or two. If you usually spend more than this and are worried that you're downgrading in quality, you aren't. These things are the unsung heroes of the earbud world.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great for gym and other athletic activities

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    Klipsch Image S4 Earbuds are a great piece in every environment for me. I'm currently deployed with the Army in Afghanistan and use these headphones everyday. Whether it's at the gym, or out in the desert, these headphones hold up to the price they carry. They're easy to clean, amazing sound quality, and extremely durable. The only negative I could find while using the Image S4s was when I use them under my radio headsets. The headset will push on the ear bud and create a little discomfort after a 10 hour mission. For the majority of people this doesn't apply though. I would definitely recommend these over many other ear buds (I've gone threw about 8 different brands and none have held up like these).

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Exactly what I was looking for

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    Overall, these earbuds were almost exactly what I was looking for. The sound quality and comfort are great. The only thing that bothers me is the fact that it only has a single button for all of its functions. I'd have much preferred two more buttons or an analog wheel for volume control, but maybe that's just me. Also, keep in mind that the cord is flat. While it's meant to make it harder to tangle, I know some people may not be too fond of that. I'm personally neutral on the matter. Durability is more important to me than having to spend a few minutes to untangle my earbuds before use on occasion. Either way, I can't complain. They've been great to me so far and hopefully they'll last longer than my last pair. On a side-note, I tweeted about my purchase when I bought my S4As and got a prompt response from the official Klipsch Twitter account, so I'm already having a good feeling about their customer service as well. Though, hopefully nothing goes wrong so I won't have to put that to the test.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Impressive

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    After reading a lot of enthusiastic reviews, I decided to spend more money than I usually do on headphones. I can say without hesitation that they were worth every penny. After listening to a few old favorites, I noticed things in the songs that I hadn't heard before. You literally get every nuance, every whisper, high, and low that most audio just doesn't pick up. It's like going from rabbit ears to high definition on a television. Buy them!

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great headphones that won't break the bank

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    Overall these are great headphones. The three ear adapters included are likely to fit most people well - the ones that came installed on the headphones fit perfect and snugly in my ear. However I haven't used these while running/exercising so I can't vouch whether they will fall out. Klipsch also provides an Android app to customize what functions the button controls, but it is incompatible with my current phone (Samsung Galaxy S2). The app seems to be compatible with most other devices, but check out the app in the Play Store first if you want to be sure. Compared to some of the other options (Bose, Beats by Dre) I would say these are a great value and likely offer similar audio quality. Making calls on these is also simple and sound quality is great. I would definitely recommend purchasing these if you're looking for better sound quality than the $15-20 range headphones provide but don't exactly want to pay the Bose-premium prices.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Earphones for Nano

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    I was very very disappointed with my new Nano because the sound was lame when I listened through the earphones that Apple included in the package. So, I bought three new earphones: Klipsch S2 ($49), Klipsch S4 ($79), and Bose ($99, recently on sale for less). I tried the Bose first, and nearly wept for joy--my first test was a Windows Media rip and iTunes converted tune from Trilok Gurtu's "The Glimpse", a jazz piece featuring high production values and intricate layers of vocal and percussion. I'd never heard such vivid playback before! Bose products could be teriible and people would still say they're great, but I can't say enough good about these earphones, I think they're spectacular. Listening to Trilok, it was like the players were arrayed in the space around me, each with perfect miking. Technicians might call this "imaging", but whatever, the Bose delivered a big and welcomed surprise, doing credit to the musicians and the Nano. Why did this record not get notice at the Grammys?! Unfortunately for me, the Bose earset was not designed to block out external noise, while my requirement is that my Nano do this for me when I'm in a noisy environemt, so I repackaged the Bose and crossed them off my list. Next came the S2, and I was blown away again, this time by the sound and especially by the utterly effective external-noise-excluding ability of the soft (silicone?) rubber earpieces seated inside my ear canals. I did not hear road noise in the car, or TV noise at home. I did not hear the music in the spectacular way the Bose reproduced it for me, but what I did hear would have been ample to convince me to buy the S2 if it were the only option available. Finally, the Klipsch S4: Like the S2, the S4 block out extraneous sounds. And like the Bose, the S4 gave me a remarkable listening experience, not as vivid as the Bose but very very good, especially when I turned off the 'extra bass' contour in the Nano. I returned the Bose and the S2, and shared the Klipsch/Nano with my family. We all played favorites and handed the set around, and we were all thoroughly pleased that the Nano (their birthday present to me) with its lossy mp4 format, had so much capability in reproducing music we love. We're satisfied that it is a good investment once the right earphones are found. In my mind, all of the kudos go to Klipsch and their S4 earphones because they released the Nano from cheepnis, but of course the Nano is a great little platform that grew on me quickly once I turned off the bass and jacked in with earbuds that are up to the task.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great headset, not durable enough

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    So I was looking for a headset for a long time that worked with Android that was had the following: Android support, inline mic, noise isolation, good bass, great clarity, good fit and did not break the bank. After a lot of searching around I found these. I dont regret getting them one bit. Loved everything about them except: not durable, suffered internal wire damage by the jack and felt cheap with the spaghetti design wire (which is supposed to help with anti tangle design <--- this is a nice idea but seems to make the wire weaker), poor plastic housing for the buds/mic and the mic itself is lower down the wire where my chest was, instead of being by the jawline so phone calls were not that great because it would always rub against my shirt or I had to lower my chin to my chest to be heard. This is a great headset, but has its flaws. I got these for lower than the advertised price. This is a great headset, but does not feel like a $100 pair. I had these for only five months before they gave out, luckily I had the GSP plan on them so I was able to exchange them for another, however they did not have any in stock so I upgraded to a pair of Bose Android MIE2 (not IOS MIE2i) that was a bad mistake. See another review by me for the scoop on those. The sound on them is great, I can't fault them in that regard, needs to be re designed and made more durable all round from the housing, the cable, mic placement, and jack being angled instead of straight for durability...then it would be worth every penny. If you get these you'll love the sound, but be warned...if you have these in your pocket all the time the jack/wire will give out before the bud........trust me buy the protection plan, you wont regret it. If they change these things, then it would be worth every penny and have the right to be called a premium headset in the $80+ price range..

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    WOW!! Best phones in this price range.

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    All I can say is WOW! I find these headphones to sound better than $200 cans I own. These are the best value in headphones I'm aware of. There are a few caveats that go along with these phones though. 1. They are difficult to fit. I was getting fustrated trying different size eartips. I finally called Klipsch tech support. I explained my problem. They sent me free of charge their dual stage medium/large eartips. They also suggested trying to put the headphone in upside-down and drape the cord over the top of my ear. This is what made the huge difference. Now they fit perfectly, don't slip out of my ears, and the sound no longer fades in and out when I move my head about. Once you are persistent and get the right fit, then prepare youself for WOW! Don't be afraid to contact Klipsch for help in fitting these headphones. They are worth the effort. 2. The comfort. I derated the headphones as good because of the difficulty in finding a good fit. Once you find the right fit they are very comfortable. 3. Durability. It's too soon to tell but they seem to be made well and only time will tell how durable these phones actually are. Buy these phones if you are patient and are willing to work to get the best fit, sound quality and comfort. If you want to find a great sounding pair of headphone but don't want to work at getting there, I might suggest you try something else. If you buy these and are not persistent, you'll just end up returning them out of fustration. All I can say is they are worth the effort to get the fit correct even if you have to call Klipsch to assist you. If you get the fit right, you'll LOVE these headphones. BTW. These headphones are best if driven with a small external amplifier (actually goes for most headphones). Most MP3 players just don't have the output power to drive them well.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Amazing headphones all around

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    These headphones are pretty insane. I have had them for over a year now (bought them in January 2010) and they are still working as well as when I first got them. I keep them in my pocket every day and use them in my ipod when on the go, and I use them for my computer when listening to music/videos/etc. I have put them through alot over the years tugging them in and out of my pocket, dropping them, losing them, etc, but they are still working as well as they always have. Though the cord may look thin, it holds up extremely well. I've gone through plenty of skullcandy headphones that break within the first month usually. For durability, these headphones get a 5/5. My only complaint is that the oval tips do come off, so i lost one when pulling them out of my pocket >.< they come with two of each of the three sizes though, so i just used a different size to replace my missing tip. That was my own fault, and I never really cared enough to order a replacement in the size i had. For sound quality, these headphones score a 5/5 again. I have used the bose in ear headphones and the dr. dre beats on many occasions, and the klipsch s4's blow them out of the water every time. I hear things in songs with these headphones that I had never heard before I bought them. I am using them right now to listen to some Daft Punk as I am typing this review. ;) As for comfort, they are far more comfortable than the beats by dre or the bose in-ear headphones. I don't even notice I am wearing them half the time... They play music into my ears and it is as if there is a concert in my skull rather than sound coming from an outside source. Actually, I have had to check if they were actually in my ears on multiple occasions. :P Anyway, I was just thinking about how long I have had these headphones and how good they have been to me, so I decided to write a review. The Klipsch S4 in-ear headphones are worth the $80 in my opinion, and I do not regret buying them. Pros -Amazing sound quality (5/5) -Superb durability (5/5) -Comfortable (5/5) -Portable (5/5) [duh] -Induce happiness (5/5) Cons -You may end up needing to buy replacement tips if you are too careless (not really a problem if you just pay attention ;))

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Noise Isolation

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    If you're looking for good sounding buds to use in a noisy environment, these phones could be just the ticket. The sound leans toward the bright side with a crystal clear midrange. Although Klipsch boasts a tuned reflex for the bottom end, I found the bass to be less robust than other earbuds I've used. The S4’s best feature is it's fantastic noise isolation coupled with long term comfort. The Klipschs are at their best on a long noisy commute.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Amazing headphone

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    I hardly never write reviews but these ear-buds clearly deserve a write up for it's excellency. In my profession as a Discjockey and producer I have tried out all kids of headphone -- professional studio headphone with great reference sound to dj headphones that can hold really loud volumes and still give you a good sound. These ear-buds are sort of a combination of both. I have tried out many different models and brands (many of them claim to be the best) but so far these are the best. They fit perfect in the ear and even after hours of listening they don't start scratching or being uncomfortable and it blocks out noise from the outside (they are perfect a plane ride!). The sound holds a great heavy base that makes your head shake (if you are in to dance music) but also have a great mid range and upper treble for more pop and classical music. I think that you can't find a better pair of ear-buds and even though the price seem to be high, it's worth every penny! If I can mention one very small downside it's the lack of a remote control, but those you can buy from a 3rd party if you really are in need of one.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Sound Quality is Great

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    The Sound Quality is very good, met my expectations for the price. The fit is good and it reduces external sound better than less expensive headsets. The App is a nice because it will open the music play when the headset is inserted into the phone, which is 95% of what I'm going to use the headset for. The mechanism for using the button based on single, double or triple presses is not desirable. Would rather that they put 3 buttons on the control/microphone mechanism. I felt that took a lot away from the usability since controlling the music player from the headset when the phone is not easily available would be a real plus.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Value, aesthetic, and comfort are all accounted.

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    I purchased these headphones because I wanted a mid/high grade quality headphone at a good price. They are excellent at keeping out external noise and are well made. I'm glad the cord is flat and won't tangle and that there are different sized ear gummies for anyone. For me, this set is great all around but a little muffled from time to time. I'm no audiophile but I was hoping for more clarity. I'm very picky though. These are a great pair of headphones for the price and if you're looking for good bass quality, you won't be disappointed. As for acoustic and classical sounds, adjust your eq for best quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend