Creative EP630 in-ear earphones with rubber earbuds give an enhanced listening experience with MP3 audio. Specially designed to meet the needs of users on the go, the rubber earbuds block external sounds and enhance the bass impact of compressed audio tracks, giving users on the move access to a new, more exciting sound stage. Lightweight and comfortable, these earphones feature oxygen-free copper cable to ensure maximum audio delivery across a wide frequency range, plus Neodymium magnet transducers for improved clarity from high-end to low.
Indulge in all your favorite tunes without the noise. The in-ear design reduces background noise and sound leakage significantly while achieving optimum music playback.
Get set to enjoy long hours of music in comfort. Choose the size that offers the most optimum fit, from the three pairs of silicone tips that come bundled with the earphones.
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.
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 ›
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