• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not that bad. Depend on what you looking for

    I have used quite a number of ear phone before. (Including all three apple ear phones. )
    Most of them in the mid range pricing,
    I consider a good speaker system always better than expensive ear phone.
    The small drivers never can match those big one in same price.
    This ear phone is not so punchy but does offer "openness" and enough detail and not strain you too much after long time hearing. (Well. Not rock music)
    The rather flat bass has the good point of not messing into mid range like the new ear pod, which will strain you (at least me) when hearing too long.
    It good for vocal and light classical music than the rap, rock music.
    And it needs long time to "burn" before the sound getting mature to what it designed for.
    Hearing it right from the package is alright awful.
    Not a great ear phone but passable for me.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great value

    Buds do fall off these, but if you keep them in the case it isn't usually an issue. Have had no problems with bass, it's pretty decent and great for something at this price. Sound isolation is excellent - I prefer the physical isolation approach to the active electronic approach, and I ride a noisy bus every day with these and have always found them up to the task.