TechRadar - Klipsch X10i review

TechRadar - Klipsch states that this is the world's smallest and lightest full-range earphone, so naturally it's got us excited, because small and light so often equates to all-day comfort, a close second to sound quality.

Of course, discerning readers will want an in-ear to do two things: accurate music reproduction and adequate noise isolation and, to this end, our long-term reference earphones have been the costly ACS T2 at £500, complete with custom-made moulds.

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Syko4794d ago

While they are not the X10i's, we are giving away a pair of Klipsch Image X5 this month...

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snoop_dizzle4794d ago

I have the X-10i's and they are amazing earbuds!


Klipsch Lou Reed X10i Headphones: Full Specs, Price and Release Now Available

Techgadgetsreview: Popular ear-gear manufacturer, Klipsch has unveiled exclusive Lou Reed X10i headphones. Learn more about specs and how much you need to pay in order to get them.

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toaster4487d ago

$400 for in ear buds :| That is insane. Klipsch are super high quality though from what I've read, and you will definitely get proper sound from them. But for $400? I can get a high quality headset that would surpass these easily.


Pocket-Lint: Klipsch X10i Review

Pocket-Lint: Pound for lb, the Klipsch X10i are some of the most expensive headphones out there. At the time of writing you’re looking at £195 for a product which weighs 10.5g, so that’s around £18.50/gram which, for the record, makes it less valuable a commodity than gold only by £10/gram.

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michass84734d ago

A bit too much for headphones... LOL
I think it was a prize in some previous competition on Techspy (to the winner- are they worth this price?)

snoop_dizzle4734d ago (Edited 4734d ago )

I have a pair and they are amazing. However, if you're simply using them on your phone or don't care too much about audio quality they would be wasted on most.However over the ear headphones would be ideal. But if you take them everywhere and want to fit them in your pocket, they are awesome.

The ones that were won were the X5's which seem to be a good middle of the road.

michass84734d ago

There is a good few models on Amazon with different price ranges. Is the X10i the top one, cos it is definitely the most expensive one. I'm using my mp3 player pretty heavy, but I never really thought about ear buds too much. Is there really such a big difference in quality?

snoop_dizzle4734d ago (Edited 4734d ago )

There can be a big difference, but it also depends on the quality of the sources you use. Unless you're serious about audio, I wouldn't go for them. If you're playing higher bit rate music and use them all the time on other thing aside from simply an mp3 player, there is an appeal, but there are plenty of good headphones on the market. I wouldn't buy them simply for an mp3 player.

If anything I would suggest the Klipsch s4's or s4i's. They run about 70 to a $100 and are pretty great for the price. Or even the X5's that were won. But also look at Sennheiser and companies like that.

If you're used to using stock headphones whether they are from an ipod or whatever it is definitely worth going for something better, lol. Just not the X10's.

michass84734d ago

Thanks for your advice, I think I will upgrade my headphones for some better quality one :)

fatstarr4734d ago

Grado Headphones Out do this I am Sure.


Klipsch Image X10i headphones - now for iPhone

Pocket-Lint: Speaker manufacturer Klipsch entered the headphone market in 2008 with the launch of the X10 in-ear headphones, and the company has just announced that its adding a mic and remote to the device - creating the iPhone-friendly Image X10i.

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