Creative EP-630 Earphones (Black)
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- Ultimate music clarity with 9mm Neodymium magnet transducer
- Soft ergonomic silicone in-ear earbuds provide excellent noise isolation
- Find the perfect fit with the extra set of alternate sized earbuds, included
- 1.2m Oxygen-Free copper cable for uninterrupted music transmission
- Available in a variety of colors
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From the Manufacturer
EP-630's are colorful, stylish, and designed for long-term listening comfort. View larger.
The EP-630 earphones' fantastic audio reproduction makes them an ideal pick for digital music playback and fatigue-free, long-term listening. Specially engineered, high-quality, 9-millimeter Neodymium magnetic drivers power their incredible sound. No matter what your favorite music genre is, these headphones offer optimum performance with deep bass and balanced tones.
In addition, the EP-630's gold-plated, 1.2-meter, oxygen-free copper cable provides uninterrupted voice and music transmission from your favorite player to the earphones.
Ergonomic Ear Buds for Comfort and Noise-Isolation
Helping to ensure a crisp, pure audio experience wherever you are, the EP-630's ergonomic in-ear design reduces background noise and sound leakage significantly. Because comfort is so essential to enjoying high-quality audio, each pair of earphones comes with three sets of soft silicone tips, so you can select the size that fits best.
The simple yet innovative design of these earphones showcases Creative's years of consumer research on listener comfort and extended use.
Colorful Design Keeps Listening Fun
For a look that's stylish and attractive, these earphones are finished in black with subtle, silver on-ear accents.
For days when black isn't the perfect match for your personal style, EP-630s are also available in blue, white, pink, and green. Or, if you're looking for the same technology with added sophistication, try the sleek, black-and-chrome EP-650. Better yet, try the EP-630i, which integrates a discreet microphone so you can listen to music and make hands-free phone calls using your iPhone.
The Creative EP-630C In Ear Noise Isolating Headphones are backed by a one-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
EP-630C earphones in black and three sets of silicon ear tips.
In-Ear Noise Isolating
Color: Black | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
If you're looking for great earphones in the $30 range, these are an amazing bargain--and a clear upgrade over the Sony EX51s. You will not believe how great your music can sound for such a small investment!
Creative EP-630 vs. Sony MDR-EX51LP
* Definitely clearer trebles - You really do hear nuances in your music that you never noticed before! This is particularly true with vocals and high percussion.
* Firmer bass - Slightly firmer and fuller overall. Not a huge upgrade, but noticeable.
* Construction - The silicon earbuds are nearly identical for both earphones. However, the stem on the Creatives is more tapered, resulting in a more secure attachment. In other words, fewer lost earbuds.
* Louder. On my iPod, I now keep the volume at 60% instead of 80-90%.
* Slightly smaller profile in the ear.
* Considerable more cord noise from movement (clothes, wind, etc.). Not sure why. This is the only real con.
* $4 more expensive? Slightly harder to find online?
* Because of the smaller profile, they are a little harder to insert in the ear.
* Straight plug instead of L-plug. It's a tiny disadvantage on my iPod nano, because I must now unplug my earphones before unplugging the sync cable.
* Cable feels more rubbery than plastic.
* Y-shaped cord instead of J-shape. I like the J-shaped plug of the Sonys better to hang behind my neck, but this is trivial.Read more ›
A day in the life of my iPod nano - pulling it, throwing it, biking with it, running/jogging with it, roll it up and chucking in the bag, untangling the cord when pulling it out, dropping the ipod and grabbing it at the last moment by the cord, rolling with it in my sleep etc. With such a life style every earphone started to give away after a few months. I needed something which does not tear at the seams, extremely flexible, should not loose shape, tough joint strength (ESPECIALLY at the PLUG) with great audio quality at a good price. This was a tough ask. But after ripping through 5 to 10 different brands of earphones in as many months, this CREATIVE earphone was the answer to all my wants.
Don't even have to comment on the sound quality, excellent in every aspect as given by the previous reviewers. The BUILD quality is amazing. First off the cord has a rubbery feel to it. If you tie a knot with the cord and untangle it, its all straight again. WOW. Secondly with all the bending and tugging at all the corners, it works just as great as it did the first day I got it. Mind you its going to be close two years. The only reason I happen to be reviewing it is that I was shopping around for a new ipod and came across this trusty companion. This will be the third ipod which will go on this same earphone.
Great job Creative, hope all your future products have the same quality.
I do think these are a bit bass heavy (but then my other cans are Sennheiser PX200s, which many criticize as being too bass light - I think it's mostly a function of fit). But they sound VERY good for the price. They're small enough and cheap enough to wind around your fingers & toss in your pocket.
The only thing I don't really like about them is their thin, rubbery cord which doesn't drape well and feels really cheap. But you know what? I bet it was a conscious design descision because this rubbery cord is MUCH more impervious to tangling than the Shures I owned. It was always a mini-ordeal to undo the Shure cords because they had such "memory" that they tended to get tangled.
One other thing - I think they have a good balance of letting in the outside world while isolating enough to provide good sound. You don't have to push them in near as far as Shures to get a good seal.
- I thought maybe I could try Shure tips on these, but no because the "neck" that the ear rubber fits around is too wide.
- Don't like wax? Here's a handy trick: go to your local drugstore and buy a box of alchohol swabs. They work out to about 2 cents a piece. You keep a couple in your pocket and when you need to take 'em out, you just wipe 'em down.
Overall the EP-630 are a very good choice, they have a very good sound quality in all ranges possible, the bass feels great as so does the high's and low's.
If you're the kind of person that might use them more often while in the train going to work, or while just sitting somewhere (staying still), you probably will like to buy this earphones 'casue for the price you won't find anything better than this and the sound they bring is awesome for that matter... this are the earphones for you to get
Now if you're more the kind of person that like to use them while walking or doing something you might think about it... don't get me wrong, the earphones are awesome, but in this kind of situations they tend to be a little annoying 'cause of the amplified noise coming from the cables hitting your cloth, and sometimes because of the wind... (it can be solved... keep reading)
I found a solution for that and is a simple one, if you pass the cables through your t-shirt or whatever (the cables would be betwen your skin and the t-shirt), the cables won't be dancing all over while walking and will stay still so that noise is gonna be gone and bye bye anoying noises (at least that's what I do)
so if you're looking for some low cost well built with great sound earphones I'd say you just found them... I do not regret buying them, I'm quite happy with my choice...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have very small ear canals. These are the ONLY earbuds I've ever owned that did not hurt my ears.Published 1 month ago by ASLMomof2
Be prepared for for the right ear bud to go out. I've owned 3 pairs of these in the past and have just now read late reviews of others with the same issue. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shane
After 4 years of tough use, they finally shorted-out on me. Guess what, I'm buying another pair today and hoping they last another 4 years. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff M.
I've purchased ten or so different pairs of headphones in this price range, and these are the best bang for the buck.Published 2 months ago by j0sh
I have used these for the last 5 years of working out, strictly for gym use. MIND you not the same pair! I tend to go through about one pair a year... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nigel
Ive always been a fan of creative products and this one it great for its price. I am no expert on the specifications on headphones. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anon