The build fells fragile. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. More items related to this product. Comfortable, light earphones that are the ideal premium partner for your iPhone. I reviewed the X10s for blogcritics and, they have become my preferred set of cans for day-to-day use. No, create an account now. Pros – Sound quality, portability.

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Klipsch Image X10 In-Ear Stereo Headphones IMAGE X10 B&H Photo

As a bonus, the mic is quite flat. Stylish and Durable The durable and stylish design make these earphones great for use in the gym or in your living room. Pros – Very detailed balanced good sound, extremely comfortable. I think they out perform the FAD Heaven in the bass, the Heaven I feel still has a bit more klupsch and depth over all but not buy much and the X10’s bass sounds cleaner with better texture over all, they’re just a solid performer in that area.

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Koipsch by DivineCurrent Published Jul 27, With vinyl cabling stretching out to 50 inches, these Klipsch X10 headphones are versatile whether you’re sitting down or you want to move a bit to the music playing in your ears.

Klipsch Image X10 / X10i Review

Highs – Not much different from many other warmer mid forward IEM’s in that they’re laid back and fatigue free. The X10, on the other hand, sounds more forward and intimate, with the prominent midrange putting vocals front-and-center.


IxelingSep 28, Mistreated them in any possible way but they work like a charm. Lifelike Sound The balanced micro-armature drivers provide a wide frequency response with deep bass, klipscj midrange, and crisp treble for an immersive musical experience. Unlike other earphones, they have five different types and sizes of gels to make sure something fits your ear canals.

The Klipsch X10s have bass extension to die for. Also, the clip is trash, It detached itself and dropped it a thousand times.

It should probably be a little more beefy and it can be hard to grip at klipsdh, but it functions well enough in day to day use. No they’re not reference headphones. IMAGE earphones utilize translucent patent-pending Contour Ear Gels that are anatomically designed to accurately fit inside the human ear canal. Klipsch is a quality speaker company.

Cons – Lack in mids, feels fragile, no foam tips. The superior sound quality is courtesy of the aluminum construction hidden under klipsdh bud tips. Reviewed Mar Details: The earphone nozzles are designed to prevent the tips from becoming lodged in your ear. One channel crapped out, most likely because of the terrible cable.

Exclusive extended-frequency KG balanced micro-armatures deliver a superior acoustic experience with all the delicate accuracy you have come to expect from Klipsch.

The have good detail but are missing some of the micro detail of other high end sets like the SM3 but it doesn’t klipdch away from the SQ imo.


Klipscj case is of the faux leather variety and closes via a magnetic clasp.

Tempos and rhythmic patterns cause these remarkably slim units no alarms, either. Many thanks for your help. They resemble the overall sonic signature of the Sennheiser hdwhich i love.

Extremely Small and Lightweight The Image X10 headphones are among the smallest and most lightweight full-range in-ear headphones in the world. These soft, oval silicon tips reduce ear fatigue as well as provide an amazing seal for excellent noise isolation and increased bass response. Made in a patented lightweight design and weighing only 10 grams, these lightweight in-ear headphones are so small that you’ll almost forget you have them in your ears.

Ive noticed with listening tests that IEMs do a better job recreating a binaural experience than open back headphones, at least for me. It even fits into the iPhone’s recessed headphone jack. Naturally, the lower-end dynamic-driver Klipsch Image models produce even more bass than the X10 but have none of the poise and precision of a balanced armature, sounding bloated and unrefined next to the flagship.

So, they sound extremely realistic, and very balanced.