Klipsch R6i II in-Ear Headphone Black in-Ear Headphone - Black
|Model Name||R6i II|
|Headphones Form Factor||In Ear|
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- Frequency response - 10Hz-19kHz and Impedance - 18 ohms
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|Item Dimensions||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches||3.15 x 2.36 x 1.18 inches||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches||2.63 x 1.50 x 6.75 inches||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches|
|Item Weight||0.53 ounces||0.53 ounces||0.41 ounces||0.50 ounces||0.28 ounces||0.80 ounces|
|Special Features||Noise-Isolating||Noise-Isolating||Microphone, Android, Universal, Noise-Isolating||Android Phone Control||android-phone-control||Android Phone Control, Lightweight, Microphone Feature, Noise Isolation, Sports & Exercise, Universal Phone Control, Volume-Control, iOS Phone Control|
The same advanced acoustic engineering and industrial design from our legendary Reference home theater speakers provide the performance, voice and design for the Klipsch Reference R6i in-ear monitors.
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I don't like how fat the microphone is and they've moved it up onto the left earphone cord instead of at the split as with previous models. Regardless of those two features I am very happy with the purchase. Hopefully they stand daily for a while.
TLDR: If you liked the S4i's round cable and bass you'll be happy.
I've been through 4 sets of ear buds before finding what I was looking for. In fairness, to get the low end I was looking for, I had to step up to a higher price range of ear buds. I tried 3 sets of ear buds in the $35-$80 range and all came up short. Every one of those 3 had excellent, crisp, and high quality overall sound, but to get the low end I was looking for, I had to step into the over $100 range. I didn't try any of the Klipsch offerings in this range, simply because it occurred to me that every high end audio manufacturer has a specialty where they really shine. I assumed (perhaps incorrectly, because again, in fairness, I didn't try Klipsch' high end ear bud offerings) Klipsch specialty is loudspeakers.
So with that said, I began to research companies who are known for their ear buds. I also learned that you can spend an obscene amount of money on these things, but I ended up finding some that were outstanding for roughly $130. So in the end, two lessons learned. You can't get the extreme of quality I was looking for cheap, but you don't have spend ridiculous money either. It just takes patience and research. The other lesson is one I should have seen coming. If you want a fantastic bang for the buck, you need to be looking at manufacturers who specialize in the technology you want to buy. For me, I had to go up from this price point to find what I was looking for.
Some of the greatest sound I've head from a pair of in-ear headphones even without an amp.
Uncomfortable - I've swapped all the ear pieces and still can't wear these for more than 15-20 minutes until they either fall out or hurt my ears. I've had more comfortable $10 earbuds.
Volume controls don't work.
Cheap bag for an expensive pair of earbuds.
Cable shielding is thin and very grippy. Would have preferred nylon braid or thicker rubber that's smoother.
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One of the first thing you'll notice when you take them out the box is a note which says something about how these earphones will fit better than those from competitors due to the more elliptical shape of the earbuds, but this is completely false, at least in my case. The earbuds aren't bulky enough to get stuck in my ears (which is what in-ear earphones are supposed to do) and they easily fall out of position if I move my head. I tried all of the different sized earbuds but none of them solve the issue.
Secondly, the bass is too overwhelming. I know in this day and age strong bass is desirable due to the popularity of electronic music. I listen to all sorts of music from Rap to Drum&Bass/EDM, all the way to power metal and kpop. These headphones aren't so great when it comes to listening to something that's not so bass heavy, and it honestly sounds like you're underwater or something because the highs and mids get drowned out and aren't clear at all. My phone (galaxy S8) has an EQ mixer built in, so I had to turn the treble up quite significantly to balance it out, but it still doesn't sound good.
Despite buying these for £89 just a few days ago, I'm already looking for my next pair of earphones as I know that I won't be satisfied with these. Pretty disappointing that I threw away the box before I properly tried them out, as I am now unable to return them.
The fit of these headphones is a bit weird (or I have weird ears, who knows). To get the sound just right is quite an art and I spend half the time I should be listening, fiddling around with them trying to get them to sit properly. If you have them at around the right position they fall out quite easily in my experience. Push them further into the ear canal with the smaller tips and they form a seal that causes some driver flex and you lose all the bass. (Yes, I have tried all the tips).
I've had some success hanging them over the back of my ears to get the angle just right, but the shape of the phones means that this isn't the easiest.
I'd love to give them 5 stars because the sound really is great, especially if you listen to relatively bass heavy music.