Klipsch Image A5i Sport In-Ear Headphones, Green
- Kevlar armored, tangle resistant cables
- High efficiency driver
- Slim three-button mic and remote system
- Patented oval ear tips
- Built-in clothing clip
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From the Manufacturer
Klipsch A5i Sport HeadphonesAdd a soundtrack to your soul with the A5i Sport headphones. A lightweight, flex wire design keeps our comfort-fit oval ear tips secured, so you can keep pace and stay connected with the performance. Take the legendary Klipsch sound wherever the road, trail or treadmill takes you.
All Sport In-Ear Headphones That Stay Put
Perfect Sound Demands Perfect Fit
Looking at 3D ear models, our engineers learned that while all ears are different, our ear canals share a common oval shape. This extensive research lead to the industry’s first oval ear tip, designed to naturally fit your ear and isolate ambient noise.
Available in multiple sizes for customized comfort, Klipsch is the only headphone brand on the market to feature patented oval comfort fit ear tips. It’s another proud chapter in our legacy of providing the perfect listening experience.
You Hang in There and We Will Too
Fuel for Your Workout
Let Your Passion Go to Your Head
Your favorite playlists are at your fingertips with the A5i Sport. The plus and minus buttons control volume up and down, while the middle button does the rest of the work. The lightweight remote also boasts a built-in clothing clip, ensuring that it will stay put even during the most strenuous of workouts.
Live the Music
Top Customer Reviews
The look is subjective but I like it. The ear-tips will be familiar to anyone accustomed to Klipsch IEMs; they are very comfortable. I found the hooks a little annoying since they tend to press on the outside of my inner ear, instead of against my head, which would be better; I was able to adjust them inward a bit though and they seem like they may need to relax a bit before staying there. I really wish the bottom part of the hook could be molded around the ear, instead of just pointing down; instead, there is a hook on the front of the earpiece into which you can place and wind the cord. I ran with these last night for the first time, running with them on for 14.8 miles. By the end of it, I was completely annoyed by these. The little black flex arms do let you adjust the angle, but not the pressure, so my right one KEPT popping out anyway (the left was fine). Also, these are said to be designed to be sweat-resistant but whoever designed those front cord hooks is probably not a runner, bc the process of wrapping a cord into these is worrisome enough (how much of that wrapping and pulling will the cord withstand before failing?Read more ›
When I first got them I listened and the sound, while good, didn't blow me away. In fact it was no better or worse than the $25 sonys I was replacing that I got from Target. I did, however, like the ear clips holding them to my ears...the sonys kept falling out when I would sweat, so still liked them.
I mow a lot so this is where I use them the most. I was excited to get them on the mower. Once I did, though, I was very unhappy with their performance. Once I started sweating, they would just not stay in my ears. There was a label that stated, "For fit info go to" and gave a website. So I went there, and all they did was brag about how awesome they are with their oval design....nothing about actually fitting them in your ears. So I tried several different bud sizes with only one that felt comfortable.
These ear buds sounded good and stayed in until I began to sweat. I must have spent as much time screwing with these things as I did actually mowing. It was then I decided that I was not going to accept spending almost $100 on these things and returned them. I ended up replacing them with the JLabs. Same sound quality, but they stay in my ears, even sweaty ears!!!
I am in the Phoenix area and run and mountain bike. I run up to 5 times a week and mountain bike once or twice a week, either activity anywhere from 3 to 20 miles at a time. Even if it isn't over 110 degrees, I sweat a lot. If I use stock Apple earbuds, they are rendered completely non-functional after 2 or 3 outings. I have been using a pair of Sennheiser CX 680i sport earbuds which I love -- but the cable broke and I only get sound out of one earbud. They actually did a good job of being sweat resistant and had pretty good sound quality. Those are my benchmark for what a good pair of sport headphones should be. My reference for spectacular audio quality is my pair of Shure SE535s.
First, the build quality and design. The build quality of these headphones seems solid. The design is over-the-ear which makes wearing sunglasses, particularly for mountain biking, difficult. The piece that sticks out in front of your ears has a hook for cord routing. If you actually do that the remote/microphone sits right under your chin which looks ridiculous. You'll notice in the promo photos that this feature is not used, and I have no idea why it exists. To keep the earbuds firmly in your ear canal, there is a moldable piece. It, unfortunately, is very easy to move so every time you put in or take out your earbuds, the position changes. This means you have to find the sweet spot for good sound every time you use them. The remote/mic is backed by one big clip as opposed to a separate clip you can move (which is more common on these products). I found it difficult to anchor to my shirt without it wiggling off halfway through my workouts.
Second, the sound quality.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have owned and really liked various Klipsch in-ear headphones over the years for running and general use but have been disappointed in these. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kwiden
They sound like a 2 cent speaker from the 80's. The sound is muffled and horrific.Published 2 months ago by John
I love Klipsch but these headphones stopped working after about one month. I take really good care of my products too. Very disappointing.Published 6 months ago by vintagejoel
I wanted good sport earphones and had to choose between this and Sennheiser's sports series. I went with the reviews and purchase A5i. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ali Kamran
I've tried more than half a dozen brands of sports ear buds. Only 2 brands actually stayed in and worked like this type of product should, and Klipsch Image A5i is the only one... Read morePublished 8 months ago by JLohman