Creative EP-630 Noise Isolating Earphones (Black)
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- The in-ear design reduces background noise and sound leakage significantly
- Designed to deliver deep bass with balanced tones for all music playback
- Listen to your audio in greater clarity from the 9mm Neodymium magnet drivers
- Three sizes of silicone tips included so you can choose the best fit
- 6Hz-23kHz frequency response
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- 3 Silicone tips - Small Medium Large
- Single Safety Guide, Instructions & Warranty Leaflet
From the Manufacturer
Better Sound, More Comfort
Heavy thumping bass with sparking clear highs that appeal. An all-rounded pair of earphones that look as good as it sounds. The Creative EP-630 is definitely one that makes you sit up and listen to your music. What's more, it comes equipped with an in-ear design customized to block out external noise. You can even choose from the three pairs of bundled silicone ear tips for the most optimum fit.
Available in an alluring oceanic colour theme, get a colour to jazz up your player today. Or better still, get the EP-630 in all five colours and choose to don the one that best suits your mood for the day.
Splashing Colours, Lively Music
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Top Customer Reviews
-They block out background noise almost completely so they are ideal for use on public transport.
-They don't leak any sound, so when you're using them the rest of the world doesn't have to suffer your abysmal taste in music.
-The sound quality is excellent. Not only can the earphones handle very high volumes without distorting, they also produce a very full bass sound.
-The earbuds are surprisingly comfortable once you get used to them and they won't randomly fall out.
-They're a very reasonable price.
-Hmmmm... Well, I guess the wire is bit long, which can very occasionally be a nuisance.
-I wouldn't wear them while eating crisps. They amplify the crunching sounds in your head alarmingly.
1). They have excellent freq response - deep bass, clear treble, a very good overall sound.
2). They keep out much of the noise going on around you. This isn't total isolation (for that you are going to need something like the Shure E2c, or Etymotic ER6 and the price that goes with them!). This has the huge hearing health benefit of enabling you to turn the volume of your player right down because you are not fighting with other sounds. Better for the ears (and those around you who don't want to hear your music).
3). The price. Other models from top brands like Sony, Phillips, Senheiser etc. in my opinion are not as good - yet they cost more.
Down side? In my view they are somewhat delicate compared to 'closed shell' plastic models. So don't expect to stuff them in the bottom of your bag and not to damage them eventually. It would have been good for Creative to supply a little case to avoid this.
My first impressions when using them were truly awful. No bass, tinny sound, worse than the headphones the MP3 came with AND the darn things kept falling out...........
THEN I figured out how to fit them properly......WHAT A DIFFERENCE.
I'm a bit of a sound nut but for the money these sound great AND they cut out a lot of the background noise such as car traffic when I'm walking the dog. Will be on a plane at the weekend for 10hrs so these should help with the noise there as well.
How do you fit them.
Well first of all try the various sizes of rubber earbuds until you find the right size for your ear. It took me several goes.
When fitting try the following;
Take your left hand over your head to grab top of your right ear with the left hand's fingers.
Pull the top of right ear up to open up your ear canal
Put your ear phone in while you hold up your ear as above.
While you hold in the ear phone, let go the ear held by left fingers.Read more ›
Then after abut 6 weeks I lost all sounds from the right earphone. I was a bit annoyed but Amazon were excellent and immediately sent me out a replacement.
These replacements have now broken also in exactly the same way, and i see from a couple of other customer reviews that other people are having the same problem with these earphones.
Personally, I won't be going for these again. There is clearly a defect with some of them and I was unlucky enough to get two of them. The EP-635's are out now, and I'd reccomend going for those instead of these.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good value and good quality headphones and they fit comfortable in the ear.Published 4 days ago by Mark McGoldrick
Fantastic earphones with fantastic sound quality. Am only reviewing now, after purchasing them in 2012, as they're starting to get a bit battered and I need a new pair - so they... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Astrid
was one of the nicer headphones but eventually it snapped like all other ones, but i guess it's because i was running or something, but still a little tug causes it to break, but i... Read morePublished 5 days ago by P
...if you are in the market for cheap ear-buds with quality sound these little beauties will fill your head with a decent sound. Read morePublished 16 days ago by S. Moon
Simply the best headphones I've had, I bought them in 2011 and they stopped working 5 years later in 2016, usually any headphone I buy last a year before becoming faulty, these... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Tag
I bought these 6 years ago, and for some reason, I never really bothered with them and just stuck them in the drawer. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Nick
These earphones are still good years after buying them. RecommendedPublished 1 month ago by Conrad A.
These are a great pair of earphones that will block out all sound around you in order to give you the best listening experience. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K.G.M
Did the job till the Siamese chewed the earpieces off,my loss!Published 1 month ago by James Culbert