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Klipsch Image S4i
1 Reviews
rating  5 of 5
MSRP  99.99
Description: More than a pair of headphones. More than a headphone/headset. The Image S4i from Klipsch. Combining headphones, a built-in microphone, and integrated Apple iPod-style control, the Image S4i lets you listen to all your favorite music with Klipsch quality audio, answer incoming calls, and continue to use iPod features like iPhones Voice Command and iPod shuffles VoiceOver. More than a pair of headphones. More than a headphone/headset. The Image S4i from Klipsch. Combining headphones, a built-in microphone, and integrated Apple iPod-style control, the Image S4i lets you listen to all your favorite music with Klipsch quality audio, answer incoming calls, and continue to use iPod features like iPhones Voice Command and iPod shuffles VoiceOver. headphones w/iPod control + mic super-lightweight, sound-isolating in-the-ear design,in-line microphone and built-in 3-button remote control,frequency response: 10-19


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jt a AudioPhile

Date Reviewed: December 3, 2012

Bottom Line:   
I paid $65 on Amazon for the s4i's. I've tried many more expensive in-ear headphones and these Klipsch sound equally as good. Two channels per ear, with nice separation - clean, not tinny treble, and moderate, tight bass (when seated in ears properly). The sound has a fair amount of spaciousness especially with lossless music.
These in-ears are quite comfortable (3 sizes earpieces supplied), even the cord with mic is a tangle-free type (even though it doesn't look like it, it has a quality feel). My only gripe after nine months of constant use (stair climber, walking, running, riding the train, yard work) is the rubber connecter - holding each cord to each headphone has split on both earphones, though not that noticeable, it is a detraction from the quality of the rest. Why aren't these rubber connectors a solid piece construction?
Just a side note: I tried the cheaper S3's for sound comparison, and they are exactly that... cheap (sound like the headphones supplied by airlines) and I mean awful.
I have not tried the S10's (pretty, but more expensive), but have read reviews that they are similar sounding to the S4's.
I always clean the cord and earpieces with iso. alcohol and use plastic, bristle type toothpicks to clean (push through) the latex earpieces; even the metal case is unobtrusive, and handy.

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Used product for:   3 Months to 1 year

Duration Product Used:   AudioPhile

Product model year:   2010




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