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This review is from: V-MODA for True Blood REVAMP Headset
Pros: -Great sound, very balanced highs, mids, and lows.
-Very durable/tough cable (see other thoughts below).
-Excellent sound isolation.
Cons: -Not quite as much bass as my previous vmoda's.
-Any impact on the cable (brushing or otherwise) is audible while listening with these in.
Other Thoughts: I bought these to replace another pair of vmoda's that was starting to sheer off from the earbud on the left, leaving only a threadbare wire connection. One of the reasons for the tear was due to the buds getting jerked out of my ear if I shifted position while I was seated at work. The toughness of the cable has made this a non-issue.
Since I use these primarily at work (desk job) the impacts/jarring to the cable is minimal and does not effect sound that much. The impacts may be a bit much to deal with if you are jogging or doing some other high movement activity but I did not purchase these with that intent.
Due to the sound quality and the excellent construction I will be using these for a very long time.
This review is from: Thermaltake TR2 W0070 430W ATX12V v2.3 Thermaltake W0070 Power Supply
Pros: Nice and cheap.
Cons: Came DOA, no reflection on Newegg but a dead PS is still a dead PS.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Klipsch Black IMAGE S4 3.5mm Connector In-Ear Headphone
Pros: Nice design, very comfortable in the ears.
Cons: Not as good as other high-end vmoda earbuds. See Other Thoughts below.
Other Thoughts: I did not buy these through newegg but I felt compelled to write a review about these just to share my experiences. I purchased these to replace my slightly damaged vmoda earbuds as one of the cables is stripped near the earpiece and copper wire is now showing. I have been a big fan of Klipsch for many years and wanted to see how these would sound.
Sadly, they do not compare as well as I thought. Highs were a bit too pronounced and the bass response was not what I am used to.
I later compared the two earbuds side by side, using the following songs to get a feel for them; Lynch Mob - Bed of Roses, Kate Perry - Teenage Dream, Phil Collins - Groovy Kind of Love, Nick Drake - Northern Sky, Jeremy Soule - Wind Guide You, and portions of The Hobbit audiobook, read by Rob Englis.
The most notable difference between the two earbuds were the vmoda's had a MUCH warmer sound and deeper tones, providing a much more pleasurable listening experience. As such I will be returning the S4's and purchasing another high-end pair of vmoda's in the future.