Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The Klipsch Image S4i Rugged Review

I'm a sucker for orange things, for gadgets, and for sale items. And when those three things combined in one gadget, I purchased the Klipsch Image S4i Rugged right away!

The sound is great, the bass is great, the fit is great in my ear canals. It is a joy to wear and it does not cause any discomfort nor pain. I got to stretch it out while watching the iOS7 Mac OS X Mavericks keynote (after the fact, i.e., not live) and I got through with it without the earbuds causing any discomfort. And I watched a movie right after the keynote, so...

The remote control for iOS functions is on the chunky side, but I can live with it. With this remote, I can answer calls, raise or lower the volume, play, pause, go to previous song, or go to the next one.

This in-ear noise isolating earbud is a joy to use and a joy to listen with. It muffled the noise of the street but not so much as to really detach you from your surroundings: The noise is reduced but you can still hear some, so you would know if a car is blowing its horn even if you know you have the right-of-way. Of course, you should always pay attention to your surroundings wherever you are, especially on the streets!

This earphone is really comfortable to use. This is because of the oval shape of the ear tips: it moulds to your ear canal. Just make sure you find the right-size ear tip for your ear canal. Oh, and make sure you put the right earphone in your right ear canal and the left earphone in your left ear canal. I was ready to return the product because it was very uncomfortable, but it turned out I made the mistake of putting the wrong piece inside the wrong ear. After I corrected my mistake, it had been comfortable listening all through out.

Highly Recommended!!!

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PS. I love iOS7 and Mac OS X Mavericks.

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