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Klipsch 1016531 X11i Earbuds with Mic and Playlist Control for iPod/iPhone/iPad - Black/Dark Gray

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  • Smallest and lightest in-ear headphone thanks to featherweight aluminum body
  • Full range balanced armature for audiophile quality sound
  • Superior noise isolation for amazing bass response
  • 3-button remote for full music + voice control on select Apple products
  • Patented oval ear tips for superior comfort, passive noise cancellation and enhanced bass
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 4.5 x 0.2 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00EA90QGA
  • Item model number: X11i
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 1, 2013

Product Description

As one of the world's smallest and lightest headphones, the luxurious Klipsch X11i is our finest achievement in headphones to date. Exquisitely premium. Exclusively cool. Inside each museum-grade package lives a pair of superior audiophile headphones with tangle-free cords, a three-button remote for control over music and calls, and patented oval ear tips in multiples sizes to ensure maximum noise isolation and comfort.

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Customer Reviews

Very good sound quality.
Big T.
The seal made between the ear tips and my ears is perfect - you get a bunch of different sizes to find the right fit with your ear.
Henry H.
The x11i's bass is absolutely sufficient.
Davideyes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Oscar A. on September 8, 2013
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Accessories: Small, medium and large single-flange oval gel tips, small and large bi-flange oval gel tips, shirt clip, airplane adapter, ¼ inch/6.3mm adapter, and magnetic-clasp carrying pouch.

Build quality: I will only list the improvements in the x11i from the x10i. Cord is square and reinforced with Kevlar and the plug is 180° versus the 45° angle before.

Isolation: excellent isolation with the bi-flange tips as well as Comply TX-100 or Shure Olives.

Microphonics: Very small almost unnoticeable improvement in microphonics. (Very annoying when mobile however with over-ear wear it's significantly less annoying)

Comfort: One of the most comfortable IEMs I've used. (Especially with Comply Foam and Shure Olives)

Sound: exactly the same as the x10i; mid-bass and lower midrange emphasis, slightly recessed treble at the high end, etc. Excellent with amp.

Recommendations: I would not recommend this if you already have the x10i as they're identical for the most part, unless your warranty has run out I can't justify the cost. If you're looking for a warm and fun sound with great comfort and isolation I recommend this IEM to you.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By OGirl on April 19, 2014
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As with my other pair of Klipsch, these too have come loose at the cord/earpiece. They have to figure out a way to fix this. 2 pairs in 2 years... not a small price to pay for earphones. :-(
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on November 9, 2013
I got really lucky. I bought the x10s about a year ago, but the input part of the headphones crapped out because of the weird angle it was in (45 degrees). I called Klipsch and I sent them in for warranty and because the x10s are discontinued they replaced them with the x11s.

These headphones are as good as the x10s if not better.
I love the new microphone and volume option missing from the x10.
I also like the color swap to silver.

Overall great headphones. The only con is that the microphone/volume doesn't work on the ipod classic.
I love these headphones and would recommend them to anyone who wants high end ear buds. They completely isolate everything and everyone.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By V on January 3, 2014
After a long, long search I finally settled on Klipsch X11i. They are good earphones with good sound reproduction (though a bit light on the base for my liking) and the noise isolation is excellent. However, because they plug directly into ear canal, and because of the new square-shaped cable, any time the cable touches anything (such as hitting your shirt as you walk) the thump transfers all the way to your ear and spoils what is otherwise a good listening experience. Had it not been for this "spoiler" I would easily see these as 4+ star earphones.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tyler austin on March 15, 2014
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These are great in ear audiophile headphones.But if you like rap or any bass heavy music do not suggest for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Keith DeHaven on February 4, 2014
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Bought these for business/personal travel after using Bose Noise Canceling units for years. I wanted something small and that sounded great while being call capable. I had tried Shure's IE's but, after a few hours, their mass/weight hurt my ears.

These Klipsch's have far exceeded my expectations. My first trip was from the US to India and I wore them/slept with them for hours with no ear fatigue… They attenuated outside vey well noise and once music is playing that is all you hear…

You have to be tolerant of IE units but once you find your fit, their accuracy is great. Bass is tight - not boomy. They will expose low bit rate/poorly recorded content so you'll want high quality source content.

My only feedback is that the MIC sits too low and I had to hold it near my mouth during phone conversations but it that position, phone call quality is fine.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Michael Schumacher on November 16, 2013
Easily some of the MOST COMFORTABLE ear buds ever made... they are more comfortable than having a cotton ball in your ear, and are lighter. I can compare these to the Klipsch Image ones and the S4's. neither of those are as accurate and clean as these x11i's are. Perhaps the Image ones are a bit more dynamic in the lower register but they are not close to the x11i's in crisp clean sound.

the Klipsch S4's, while being great affordable alternatives, are simply outclassed by the more capable and much more focused x11i's.

these ear phones are for any discriminating listener that is not simply looking to blow their brain out the back of their head with bad bass region sonics. Even though the x11i's are good to 9hz, there is simply no thump... just balance and cleanliness.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Davideyes on July 7, 2014
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I used Klipsch S4i for years, knowing that the bass was over-accentuated and "booming" unnaturally (for classical music, but for rock what's natural?) and everything else lacked detail. Despite their size, they are very comfortable. As far as sound quality I'm spoiled as my comparisons are Martin-Logan 7 foot tall electrostatic speakers and Stax electrostatic headphones, all inherited from my father (which I could never afford to buy myself). The cost of X10s was too high too long, but when I mustered up the cash, and the X11i dropped to ~$200 I had a hard decision. Do I go for the $300 Ultimate Ears900 with its 4 separate drivers, or the less expensive X11i? I suspect the UE900 might be fractionally better sonically, but I went for comfort as I didn't want to have to wear cords wrapped around the top of my ears as is necessary with the UE900s. Honestly, the X11i is nearly as good as the Stax headphones sonically., except that they have that "enclosed" sound you get from sound isolating headphones, whereas the Stax are open-backed headphones which sacrifices some bass for a light "airy" sound. The x11i's bass is absolutely sufficient. I think many other people are expecting bass to rattle their gonads like from car speakers, which makes me nauseous. But, the X11i can rattle your head! There's times when I literally feel like my ear canals are vibrating with bass (e.g., on tracks like St. Saens' organ symphony, Enya's Less than a Pearl, Ghostbuster's theme song and Saving the Day, and that's with the equalizer set "flat"). I think I made the right decision as when I'm wearing the X11i it's like I'm not wearing anything at all, there's just music in my head. They are so comfortable that they just disappear from my ability to feel them.Read more ›
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