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12-25-2011, 03:06 PM #21
And the successor to the S4I is now the Klipsch Reference S4I, it makes the best earphones sound even better. It's currently priced at $119.00 and it looks pricier with its copper accents.
Reference S4i Headphones
12-25-2011, 04:34 PM #22
Definitely a fan of lossless compression, and to experience the high-fidelity sound lossy files allow high-end earbuds are a must. I've always wanted to invest in a pair of Ultimate Ears, and have even dreamed of getting custom-molded buds, talk about true sound isolation. But, $1,200 is a ton of money drop on buds no matter who you are. But, the TripleFi 10 look very tempting right now.
12-25-2011, 06:33 PM #23
12-26-2011, 12:12 AM #24
best bang for buck earphones. only problem is the wire. not as durable but the earphones come with a lifetime warrenty
12-26-2011, 02:19 AM #25Seriously?
...And since when is $79 expensive for a set of decent headphones (a category within which the ones that come with the phone do not fit)- I mean the phone retails for like 800 bones without a subsidized contract. iPod Touch isn't what I would call cheap (relative to whining about $79). Perspective people, perspective....
12-26-2011, 02:22 AM #26
I used to have these... loved them a lot until I lost them. I've since picked up a pair of sennheiser in-ear buds that sound just as good (or better) for $50.
12-26-2011, 05:52 AM #27
I've not listened to these but I know someone who owns them and he rates them highly. I have the Sennehieser MM70i which are on par with these and they sound amazing - they cost me £69.99. I was tempted to buy the Klipsch X10i but they were £240 when I was looking to buy. They're down to ~£160 now so may be tempted one day.
I don't have all of my music collection as lossless AAC, but most are 320kbps mp3 or m4a. A cheap £10 would sound better than the crap apple include. Apple go so far with style and quality, yet they skimp so much on headphones.
12-26-2011, 09:18 AM #28
funny enough i just got these for christmas lol and i approve of this review
12-26-2011, 03:00 PM #29Sony Earbuds
for a cheaper price the sony ear buds with iPod remote are about 40 buck and the specs for it are actually better then these Klipsch check out the specs, •Driver Unit : 9 mm, dome type (CCAW)
•Frequency Response : 6-23,000 Hz
•Impedance : 16 ohms at 1kHz
•Sensitivity (db) : 100 dB/mW
•Volume Control : Yes
MDR-EX38iP/BLK | EX Earbuds with iPod® Remote | Sony | Sony Store USA
12-26-2011, 03:42 PM #30
Thanks guys for the info, just picked up s4i brand new from kijiji for $75 in Toronto, the even the guy had the bill of sell for it $119 + tax,