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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Sound is great

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    They sound great; I had trouble finding a good fit with the included earbuds and now the controls had stopped working for the volume and other features

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent sound and comfort

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    I have a full klipsch system at home so I wanted the same sound in earphones. And , these are the right choice. They are comfortable enough to leave in for hours.They cancel out most of the outside sounds and don't distort at higher volumns.For the price,I feel I made the perfect choice.

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

    Great earbuds, with a few cons

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    I bought these to replace my previous good earbuds (a set of Shure earbuds that ran me about $150). I love Klipsch's products. I have the Promedia 2.1 computer speakers and they're some of the best speakers I've ever owned. These earbuds are pretty good. The sound is balanced overall and, while is doesn't produce the over-the-top bass that some cheaper buds do, sounds all the better for it. Again, these are earbuds, not full-sized over-the-ear headphones. With speakers this small your expectations have to be realistic. That being said, overall the bass, mid, and treble provide an accurate audio image throughout the frequency spectrum. The only other shortcoming I found was that I bought these for running. If your only intended use for these is for the gym, I can't recommend them. Rustling the cord transfers sound directly to your ears and they fall out easily with anything more than minimal movement. My advice is to purchase these only if you intend on walking or sitting with them in. If you're just looking for something to give you quality sound while reading or walking to / riding on public transit, then they're great.

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

    Great, But Noisy

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    I bought these despite the other reviews warning about the cord being noisy, but have to echo the other reviewers' concerns. The noise from the cords is unbelievably annoying, and why these get 4 stars instead of 5. Someone here described the sound as that coming from a stethoscope when you have it in your ears & tap on the tube. They were dead on. Every movement or bumping of the cord creates this loud hollow tube sound in your ears, which overrides the music playing. There is no way you could buy these for running, or heck, even walking around. I wore them on an airplane and they were tolerable, but that's because you can't move in one of those seats. The mitigate the noise from the cord movement, you have to use the cord clip it comes with, but this isn't the easiest thing to attach and you have to attach it high and wear it high on your shirt to have any real effect. This lowered the range I could move my head, so it's either tie your head to your shirt & don't move, or put the clip lower & increase the area where the cord can move & make noise. I feel like the outer rubber they used on the cord could have been a different material & not have caused this annoyance. The headphones themselves, in terms of sound coming from your music device, is superb. Some of the best range I've heard in a higher-end mid-grade set of headphones. Great bass with equal higher sound response. The headphones come with 4 sets of earpieces and a cord clip, all stored on a little plate that fits nicely in the small carrying case the headphones come with. The inline buttons don't work properly with Android phones, but that's not a make-or-break deal to me. If they could fix the headphone cord noise issue, these would be the best headphones on the market.

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

    Klipsch has always made great sounding products

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    These are a very rich sounding, very smooth product. I like how full the low end can get (relative for ear buds, of course) and the high end is not too absurd, which to me, is always he drawback of in-ear buds. Klipsch quality to me, would rival Bose in build, fit and form anyway. If people bothered to look past a brand label and actually use their ears to listen, I would say they sound much better (though I won't compare these to the QC line of Bose buds, those are not fair to compare). The buds come with 3 different sized sets of rubber ear fittings for size and a carry case, which i of course, never use, but it's nice of them. The inline mic feels very solidly constructed of one rubberized piece, no hard plastic, which I really like (my last in-line had cracked at this point). My two (slight) critiques; I would like some larger rubber buds for a tighter fit in my ear; the silver track skip/pause/mute/hang up button could stand to be a little bit more positive in it's feedback. I find myself clicking once when I want twice, twice when I want 3, etc. Excellent, excellent buds, especially for the price when compared to Bose's ever popular sport models.

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

    Very solid value and performance

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    The Klipsch R6i earbuds are an excellent value in the $59-$69 price range. I chose them because I have Klipsch home speakers that I love, and wanted to try their earbud line. These earbuds are very comfortable and offer several sizes of soft attachable ear pads that will allow you to custom fit your pair as needed. The sound is very solid. Clean, undistorted, and very accurate. These are best for daily phone use as opposed to increased bass listening mode earbuds. The soft rubber comfort sizers also serve to block out outside noise so your calls are even easier to hear. They are definitely worth the extra $20 over standard Apple earbuds - way more comfortable and much easier to hear.

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

    Amazing sound quality, odd fit.

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    I have to say, these sound fantastic. And they go LOUD. They outshine my Beyerdynamic and Shure headphones I own. I have to warn you, every cheap pair of headphones sounds like complete garbage after these, there is no going back. They have very rich lows and crisp highs, just what I love. I do have to say though, they fit very oddly in my ears. This is why I only give 4 stars. They only reproduce the bass and low-mid's correctly when they have a proper seal in your ear. I tried all the different ear piece sizes and the only way I could achieve this was at a very odd tilted angle and really any movement shoved them out of place. What I found is if I switched sides (the one marked L in my right ear, R in the left) they keep their seal, fit comfortably and sound great and stay that way. Also the buttons are not very Android friendly, though I expected this. I got these because they have the built in mic. The center button can play&pause music and answer/hang up calls (most of the time) but the volume buttons don't do anything. The built in mic works great. All the buttons work fine on an iPhone and iPod. If you use Android and don't want a mic, just get the Reference R6, not the R6i. They are the same except for the buttons/mic.

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

    good but not for my particular ears.

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    these headphones are good. to compare, i'll use the Apple EarPods: ... they have good sound compared to them. mainly, because they seal the outside noise a little. that always adds to the quality with few exceptions. if you are looking for noise cancelling headphones, i feel like these are pretty solid for that even though they are not advertised as such. the maximum volume is not that loud, which is very good for you in the end. it's plenty for casual listening. the wire is extremely loud. by that i mean that any little brush with your clothes, desks, anything etc. will cause you to hear loud rubbing noises. it can be very aggravating to be honest. it is very easy to untangle compared to the EarPods though and that is a huge plus; kinda cancels out. do not get these for working out because of that noise issue, FOR SURE. the rubbers are pretty varied in sizes and i'm sure you they will fit anybody just fine. the case is pretty cool. i keep the iPhone 7 converter cable in there and it keeps everything thst is included plus that in it with no space to spare. feel good about this purchase and i'm sure you will to. please refer to professionals for sound review. I think the bass is good, but i don't listen to hip-hop. good for gaming, rock, podcasts and my other casual uses. big step up from the EarPods.

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

    Great headphones, high price

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    When I purchased this headset I was originally looking to replace an old pair of earbuds from 4+ years ago. I just wanted something simple, but when I saw that brands like Klipsch and Sennheiser were making earbuds I decided to check them out. I purchased these Klipsch earbuds thinking that they would work well with my Android phone, but alas they do not. The packaging didn't have any markings stating that they were designed for iPhone. You won't know that until you tear into the packaging and there is a little slip of paper stating this. With the exception of the answer/end and volume buttons not working, everything else works fine on Android. The bass is deep and the highs are crisp. Everything from classic rock to heavy metal and even dubstep sounds amazing on these buds. I have even been using them as my primary chat headset on my PS4. I can hear teammates clearly and they even compliment me on how well my voice sounds coming through the microphone.

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

    Fantastic outside noise cancelation with ear buds.

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    Great sound for the price. I've noticed that many of the (decent) in-ear buds are costing approx. $99-140 these days. Your higher range Buds can break your wallet up to $1,000. I have never owned a ear buds costing more then $200. That being said, these earbuds have a wonderfully crisp sound with enough bass to add richness to sound. I am one who likes to have the cords cover the back of the ear and hang down to enter the ear from the top. The way the ear piece is made, makes this position not possible. This is only a cord position problem, not a sound issue. I would recommend these to anyone who wants great quality sound for a decent price!

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

    I love these earbuds, but last only about a year.

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

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    I’ve purchased multiple sets because I actually LOVE the comfort and quality. However if you are a traveler and they are pulled here, thrown there, in and out of pickets and backpacks, they aren’t as durable as I need. I keep trying them hoping they will last more than a year.

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

    Insanely Comfortable, Very Good Sound

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    After listening to a variety of the ~$100 headphones from different brands, the Klipsch R6i stand out for a couple reasons. The sound is very good, but particularly the bass. No other headphones I had used had such a powerful bass--maybe too powerful as the mids and highs were drowned out quite a bit. The best part of these headphones has to be the comfort. The angled design fits perfectly into the ear canal, and with the right bud sizes, they fit very well. These truly feel like they are not even in your ear, they are so light and low-profile. The cable itself is well-designed, and it never tangles which is great. The carrying case is a good size and also very slim and flexible, but I'm not sure how well it protects the headphones from any point objects they may come in contact with. Overall, very good headphones for the price, especially for bass-heavy fans. If you are solely after comfort, these are the way to go!

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

    STILL MY GO TO EARBUDS. KLIPSCH is the Shiznik

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    This is my FOURTH or FIFTH set of Klipsh and despite that I keep losing them or getting them stolen, I can't buy anything else. Everything, and I many everything else is second or worse. My favorites are still my stolen Klipsch S4i, which have the cables coming out the earbud at a tigher angle, but Bestbuy didn't carry those (and they hide the Klipsch products) while highly promoting and giving lots of shelf space for Skull Candy and other much lesser brands. What can I say, I have invested over $500 in earbuds and I ultimately will continue to buy these every time I lose them or someone steals them again. They are too important part of the way I do business and travel and I can wear them for HOUR AND HOURS without discomfort

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

    Real Good "Buds"

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    On a long flight to Hawaii, I had plenty of time to play with these Klipsch earbuds. They beat the heck out of the standard buds that came with my MP3 player. The price also seemed so right when you look at what people are willing to spend. Klipsch has been known to make some fine full range audio speakers for home entertainment systems. I made a snap judgement to purchase their buds based on some real good listening experiences with their full range home audio. Just when I thought they were pretty good, I change ear pieces and they went to a whole better level of enjoyment because of a better fit which also gave me better sound. I don't know much about sound cancelation on a noisy jet airliner, but the ear pieces that seemed the best fit for my big ears really left me alone with my favorite tunes. There are 3 sets of attachments to try for your ear canal-- has to be a fit for you that will bring the tunes into focus like dialing in a great radio station on an old analog tuner.

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

    Good but a few quirks to annoy

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    I got these to replace some Klipsch 4Si earphones lost on a Honolulu flight. Sound quality is good and comparable and while these worked well with the provided ear tips, when combined with Comply foam ear tips provide excellent sound isolation while on flights. Now for the quirks. The cable has gone to a flat stiff cable that has a tendency towards memory of being coiled and doesn't drape will causing it to snag and have loops in it. This is a small annoyance but tolerable so far. Also the silicone ear tips that came with it seem to not fit as well as did the ones that came with my 4Si's and yes I tried the different ones that came with the set, however for $19 I bought foam tips from another company that even increased the already good isolation with these and they stay in my ears comfortably. That said, the isolation is so good I wouldn't wear these while riding a bike or jogging as you wouldn't hear anything approaching from behind you. On my last flight they even muffled out the overhead announcements.

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

    Better sound than the more expensive bose

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    I have always loved Bose and Klipsh headphones / Speakers. When it came time to get a new set I didn't want to wait for the new R6i to come out so I tried out a few different types of headphones until I could find one I loved. Picked up the Bose and I did like them but if you go into any type of louder environment they don't push out enough volume. That is by design so you have awareness... for me that was a no good.. by the time I returned those the R6i had just come out. I had loved my prior pair of Klipsh (that my cat ate through the wires) so I figured I would give these a try. I LOVE them. Amazing sound, Great comfort, I like the newer flat cord design that my old pair did not have. My only gripe is that they don't come with the Large Double Flange Tips (personal preference)... They do come with a set of small medium and large singles and a small double flange, and they are that cool Oval shape Klipsh is known for. Other than that, I have used them for a few weeks now and find myself using them all the time. Call quality is what you would expect from an inline mic, nothing fancy. Solidly made, its what you would expect to buy from Klipsh, and the fact they are priced (currently) lower than some of they competitors and sound a lot better is just great.

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

    Good esrbuds

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

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    Good sound. I find the design more comfortable than most earbuds. Mine have developed a short after 1.5 years. But overall I've been very happy with them

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

    Worth the extra money

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    I've been eyeballing the Klipsch earbuds every time I go to Best Buy for the last few years yet I've never been able to justify the price. However, I was buying a JBL bluetooth speaker and saw these new headphones, saw they were new after a search on my phone and decided to pull the trigger. I've had 5 pairs of Skullcandy Titans, a pair of the 50/50, Beats touring, Apple Earpods, even those mybuds. I listen primarily to metal, which can be very dense music with a lot going on, so having good headphones is a necessity to fully enjoy my music. First thing is the comfort, and I assume all Klipsch earbuds share this in common because they use the same tips. Spent 6 hours studying today and I'm still listening to them, I can barely feel them in my ears. Sound quality is amazing. These are louder than the Earpods, which means I don't need to turn them up very loud. The highs are perfect, I can hear every cymbal on well-mixed songs, and the bass isn't cranked up like on other earbuds I've had where it starts to either sound muffled or overpower everything else. These really shine on well-produced music. For example, I listened to Animals as Leaders song Odessa, and I was able to hear the drums finally, before that I could only hear the double bass. Build quality is fine, the earbuds have that rubber coating and the cord is flat/ tangle free. However, for the $20 cost to get the R6i vs the R6 one would assume they could have made a better volume control. It works well, don't get me wrong, however it is made of hard plastic. I do powerlifting, so I would probably break these on heavy deadlifts. I broke my last headphones, the Skullcandy 50/50 on my lightest exercise, just have to hit them the wrong way I guess. I won't work out in these, and will keep the Earpods for that since they are indestructible. They are too nice and expensive to risk it. Overall, very glad I purchased these.

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

    Sounds excellent

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    I like the sound of this and has plenty of bass I also like all the extra ear tips because my ears are weird. the only complaint I have is that when I walk around wearing these outside there's a lot of wind noise that carries through the wire other than that they're a nice set of earbuds.

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

    Pick these!!!

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    I purchased these wired headphones after losing about 2 other higher-end pair this past year. In between, I purchased a wireless pair by Jaybird. I like the idea of wireless, but in practice it kind of sucks. I really dislike being tethered to another power source to have a working device, it's enough already with the phone and the ipad etc. My other gripe with wireless is I run, and there is nothing worse than having your music cut out on you while you run. OK, off the wireless soapbox. I have these Klipsch wired headphones and I love them. The cord has great movement, which may be weird for some, but it makes a difference when you run if the cord moves with you. The sound is phenomenal, I could end up getting hit by a car because it's all-encompassing sound. The earpieces fit snugly in my ears, there's several sizes in the package. And a big plus is they fit so snugly in my ear canals I don't have to have the extra plastic around my ears that so many other brands offer. I wish they were sweat proof, but that's not a deal breaker because they are so good in all other aspects. Buy these!

    I would recommend this to a friend
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