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.
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.
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.
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.