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Klipsch Image X10 - High Performance Noise-Isolating In ear headphones

by Klipsch
56 customer reviews

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  • True-to-life sound immersion
  • Uniquely small, fashionable design,Includes great traveling accessories
  • Unparalleled comfort, amazingly accurate fit
  • Exceptional durability
  • Works with iPods, iPhones and other portable devices

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 0.8 x 0.8 cm ; 14 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 113 g
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  • Item model number: 1007328
  • ASIN: B000WAHFBK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Nov. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

The world's smallest and lightest full-range in-ear headphone design fuses lifestyle, technology, and fashion to offer a personalized fit and deliver a precision-tuned acoustic experience.

Box Contains

  • 1/4-inch adaptor
  • Airline adaptor
  • Five sets of ear gels
  • Ear gel cleaning tool

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    Customer Reviews

    3.9 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By 6th.replicant on 27 Oct. 2009
    Stunning! Night-&-day difference compared to other in-ear headphones, although you must be patient & take a little time to experiment with the various-sized earbud tips (included).

    Very detailed sound that has surprisingly deep bass (where & when appropriate), clear & punchy mid-range with refined top-end treble. It's well-worth adjusting your iTunes Import Settings to Apple Lossless, because the X10s will dig out the extra detail - & they'll expose the inadequacies of low-bitrate (MP3, AAC) formats. IME, X10s also suit all genres of music - from Bach to Bowie, Mozart to Massive Attack, Chopin to Coltrane.

    Build-quality is 1st-class, but treat 'em with respect - X10s are not the type of product that'll tolerate rough handling.

    The X10s are also very light & comfortable (compared to Shures). If I wanted to be very picky, arguably the increment of the large earbuds to the mediums should be subtler - the step-up is more like med' to XL. Also, it would be useful if the 'L' & 'R' insignias were larger & bolder.

    Now, when listening to music on my iPod Classic via in-ear headphones, the sound quality is no longer so 2nd-rate when compared to a home hifi setup. Sure, the X10s could never be described as 'modestly priced' but they're a classic example of YGWYPF.

    (Don't bother upgrading to Comply T-100 foam earbud tips - the standard Klipsch 'gel' [aka rubber] earbuds produce superior sound & are more practical in day-to-day use, IMHO.)
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RM/TM TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Sept. 2013
    I bought these recently after quite a lot of research on decent quality IEM's as an upgrade to my usual Apple earbuds. Used mainly with an iphone and watching laptop in bed so I needed something small that wouldn't wake me up if I should doze off while wearing them.

    The X10's are small, very small, tiny in fact! Black with bronzed finish at the tips they look very well designed. The range of silicone tips meant I had no trouble finding a fit that gave a secure seal and excellent isolation from external noise. They sound wonderful, light years better than what I'm used too. So good in fact that I'm discovering new things in songs I've been listening to for years. The difference has been a revelation and I'm a bit shocked that such a compact bit of gadgetry can produce such epic sound. The cabling is a bit thinner than I'm used to and I worry a bit about it's durability but it really is in keeping with the elegance of the overall design. They also come with a dinky travel faux leather case with extra tips and a cleaning tool and a couple of adaptors for other connection styles.

    So the X10's will now be my constant companions. They're a bit pricey but in this case you definitely get what you pay for.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By silverback on 6 Dec. 2012
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    When I first got my X10's I was absolutely delighted with them, sure they were the most i'd ever spent on headphones, but the sound was fantastic. Unfortunately the delight didnt last too many months. As other reviewers have mentioned, for the price they are the build quality is shocking. In well under a year's light usage they started to come apart. If you can afford to pay this sort of money every year then buy them, but for me never again, it's back to Sennheiser.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ESP on 28 Jan. 2014
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    Just a quick word to support all those who have given these beauties a high rating. When they dropped under £100 on Amazon last year(?) I snapped them up and have not had a single regret since. No issues with the cable to-date. Great sounding in-ears. I also own the Sennheiser ie80 pair (which cost considerably more) and the Klipsch 'phones are comparable in my opinion. A slightly different emphasis on sound balance, but overall a strong rival - it's down to personal taste and preference.

    Personally, I think the main problem (challenge) is finding the right ear buds - not always those that are supplied. Human ears come in an infinite variety of sizes and shapes, so finding the best fit for comfort and sound is not that simple. I have Comply buds fitted to both my sets and find these really help, preferring them to the as supplied sets. I found them a worthwhile 'upgrade'.

    Oh, and I also prefer the simple Klipsch case to the overly fussy Sennheiser box.

    Add a suitable DAC/Amp and you'll be positively beaming with audio pleasure. :o)

    [EDIT]

    It is with regret that I have to join the ranks of those who complain about the durability (or otherwise) of the cabling on this model of earphone.

    I purchased a pair in February 2013 and enjoyed using them in the office at my desk. Not a demanding environment. Even less so, when you consider that I have alternated them with another well-known brand of high quality earphones. Indeed, I cannot fault the sound quality at the price.

    However, in early March 2014 I suddenly noticed that the black sleeve at the business end of each bud is splitting along the seam.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stilldontknow on 10 Sept. 2013
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    After my 3 year old Sennheisser CX880's started to perform less well I researched a lot of IEM's as a replacement. I'd been aware of the X10's for a while but thought they were way out of my price range so had been looking at Shure 215's, Westone UM 1's, Phonak 022's as a bit of an upgrade but still below the £100 mark. When I spotted the X10's at £96 I had to try them.

    The X10's have been around for a fairly long time in consumer electronic terms and had, for the bulk of their sales cycle, been in the £200 range. They've always been well reviewed even at that price so I was keen to see how they would stack up against the sub £100 pound sets I'm used to. I have to say I've not been disappointed. They sound glorious.

    Out of the box the first thing you notice is how small they are, much smaller than my previous cx880's and they themselves were smaller than the sets I'd been considering. They come with 5 sets of varying sized silicone tips designed to accommodate differing ear shapes and usages. The medium set, pre-fitted, suited me fine. You need to ensure you lodge them deep in your ear canals for best fit and sound but once inserted the slim tubes and soft tips mean you forget rapidly forget they're there. To an observer they look as though the cable is directly entering your ear, so small is their profile. A bit of a shame because they really are pleasing to look at.

    I'm no audiophile but these seemed to me to be a significant step up in sound quality from the CX880's which I had previously been very happy with. The fit is so good that sound isolation is excellent for an earphone without noise cancellation. What is truly surprising is the sheer volume these little buds can produce.
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