Pros - laid back and low fatiguing earphones with remote and mic
Cons - no bass, or very little of it, silicone tips are average for comfort
these are lean sounding and non fatiguing for that reason. they really lack low end and that is why they are lean. there is no sibilance. very light and comfortable. but i did not like that they are sound isolating at first but that's everyone may find it a good thing.
they are really cheap earphones and don't worth 70 euro they are sold for. so ye there is no bass, that is there is bass but very little of it. it won't impress people who like bass in music. but if you want earphones that are no fatiguing these are the one to get. apparently they are dual driver which i only found out now.
microphone is pretty clear although no where near as clear as beats tour 2 microphone.
these are for people who want laid back light earphones with little bass. the cable is the same as any other apple earbuds cable, easily tanglable etc,
Cons - Harsh sound, they were overpriced and gave me poor comfort.
I had many expectations of these IEMs but unfortunately besides the great design of them they proved to be just overpriced.
Listening through an iPod shuffle (4G) I had, in the beginning I thought that something wrong was going with it. After using Comply Whoomp the sound was slightly better but the sound was harsh too.
The last try with them came through listening to a new-bought FiiO X3. LOL!!! The harsh sound was audiophiliac now!!!
Because I don't have many experience in IEMs or HPs overall I gotta say that a cheapo (7 and a little more pounds) Philips IEM pair of phones I have it's much better at least in soundstage (even though it's darker-sounding than the Apple's In-Ear).
My overall experience with them was decent but I recommend them only as a collectable product.