Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer Lou Reed once said, "If I hadn't heard rock and roll on the radio, I would have had no idea there was life on this planet." An undeniable truth comes through in Lou's music-a gritty passion mixed with beautiful surrealism. You can hear it with your gut as much as your ears. That's exactly why we've teamed up with the legendary...
“-- For my 50th Head-Fi Review, it is my pleasure to introduce the X20i, Klipsch’s newest IEM Reference Flagship. http://www.klipsch.com/products/reference-x20i-in-ear-headphones ***All photos taken by me, no stock photos from Klipsch were used*** *Specs* Driver Design: KG-2625 AcuPass(R) Two-Way Driver...” --BloodyPenguin
“ I gave these headphones to my father some time ago. They were decent, but I have moved onto much better ones and have found my niche to be over-ears rather than in-ears, partly due to full-sized have better, real life sound, and also due to the fact that I had a major ear infection in my right ear a while back, and I believe it actually blew my eardrum. Now, there is almost always fluid...” --thepiper92
Custom-2 lets you connect with your music like never before. Delivering crisp highs, deep lows and everything in-between, these premium earphones provide optimal listening anywhere and everywhere.
“the x11i are great, it adds some bass but not that much more, but its great with details. i wish it had better low bass that you can "feel" in stead of just the tone. (value wise, its a 50/50 because of the low amount of materials used and light it is, i wish there was better built drivers, kinda) i mainly use my Schiit Audio Valhalla2 and Bifrost Delta Sigma: i...” --bretemm
“ These were the first IEMs I bought that were over 50$ after reading good reviews on it. Unfortunately I don't think they live up to the hype. They are definitely better than some of the other consumer-oriented brands such as Beats, Bose, etc. but they are not worth 70 or 80$. Note: I do not have my fully functioning S4 anymore because I recently lost it. (long story) The one I...” --FYLegend
“Introduction – The x10`s are Klipsch`s former flagship earphone that continues to hold a special place in my audio collection. I`ve owned them for over 6 years and continue to enjoy their smooth sound no matter how much I upgrade. While they are certainly not perfect, the x10`s provide an impeccably sculpted and addictive sound combined with the most comfortable design of...” --ryanjsoo
“These are solid IEM's. I've owned mine for about 2 years and they're still working. They're showing serious wear, but still working. They are decent at low volumes but the bright mid-range and grainy, sharp treble is tough to listen to a lot of music through. The newer versions of the S4 seem to be an improvement. The bass is decent, but lacks extension and is a bit wild. Definitely bleeding...” --phillyd
“I have seen these recommended by many, reviewer and consumer alike. It' has been given praise for being an excellent replacement, and even a step up, from those iBuds and Earpods that are included with every iPod and iPhone. Some have even said that these make a great starting point for anyone interested in better audio. So, do these live up to their reputation? Well, as always, I will...” --SlimShadyMJ
“ Hi guys, this is my first review. So plz be easy on the replies thx. So the Reference S4s........ BASS: Boomy out of the box, but after some burn-in, it is more recessed and like i said, it feels tappy compared to my TF10s. MIDS:Rather recessed, a bit of nonexistent feel, but isn't HIGHS:Harsh and lightly piercing. Burning-in shall solve this though SOUNDSTAGE:...” --Tommy1001