Great price and quality
Searching for a Bluetooth headphone set was a very long process for me. I seemed to look at every brick and mortar and a lot of online places, they were either to expensive or just not the quality I wanted. Than I came upon this listing on amazon and I am very glad that I did. The Elementex headphones meet my price guidelines and have good reviews. They are a nice sleek set of headphones that are comfortable to wear for any amount of time.
Beautiful headphones that deliver big on sound
Also, after having listened extensively to music on both Beats and Aviators / Navigators, Skullcandy is the winner and there is absolutely no contest. They have created earphones that are actually respectable sonically, don't completely mess up your music for more bass, and aren't made of cheap and easily breakable plastic.
The TDK ST 700 High Fidelity Headphones are the best headphones I have seen in a long time. I love the tight fit because I have had other headphones that I constantly have to adjust. I love how they fold and can easily be stored in the bag that they came with. I have used them with an iPhone and iPad 2 and they work great. I recommend them to others looking for great quality headphones.
Superior sonics, Gret build quality
The clean looks of the ST-700s smack unashamedly of Dr Dre, right down to the hinged cups that allow the phones to slide cosily in to their rather plush carry bag.
The TDK ST-700 headphones fit so well you could wear them while jogging or simply use them as ear-warmers. But there are plenty of user-friendly design flourishes such as the dual-length cord, comfy soft-touch cushions and tilting cups.
BEST AKG Headphones Ever!
The AKG K 511's have excellent sound, very good bass and crisp highs. The cord is nice and long in case you forget something across the room and need to walk over to get it, you can keep the headphones on (that being said if you're in one place, its a lot of cord). 3 years after owning these they're still going strong. They've taken a beating living in my backpack during commutes to school and after being used very often and sometimes very loud, the quality is still there.
Only three pairs of bundled tips
The Klipsch S3 do represent an improvement over bundled buds, but at the RRP you can get better sound for your money. Bass is robust without becoming overblown but the high end lacks detail and smoothness. We had hoped for better when Klipsch's higher-end earphones perform so well on this front.
Great pair of headphones to wear under my motorcycle helmet
Finally! A Pair of headphones that I can wear under my motorcycle helmet that will actually stay in. I've spent tons of cash over the last few years on ear buds that can't seem to stay in my ears while riding. They only come out if the cable is yanked and that's the way I want it.
One thing to note is that the cord is ridiculously long. If these things are supposed to be for running I can't imagine why anyone would need that much cable between their music player and their head.
Light weight also makes it great alternative to larger full headphones
The Yurbuds sounds good enough with the proper EQ settings that I'm willing to overlook them - largely because these are the only earbuds I've owned that actually stay in place for me. In addition to using it for exercise, its light weight also makes it great alternative to larger full headphones when traveling by plane. Give it a shot if you want earbuds with a secure and comfortable fit.
Great Sound and Comfort for the money!!
The bass is not overwhelming but it is sweet and clear. The mid-range and higher ranges are also nicely represented so the sound is very natural.
Unlike a lot of headphones that have sliding adjustment in the headband, the headband on these are permanently fixed at one size, but there is an inner band that adjusts to fit them nicely to your head. The pressure is just right to keep them securely in place while feeling comfortable on the top of the head.
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