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so-so reviews on amazon. good bit of one stars.
to the woot staff member that screwed up the back2skool code so I could get a lot of nice things for free - thank you.
quality posts: 7
theguruguys wrote:They usually come with a set of three different types of tips, they fit in the ear pretty well. My nephew wears his all the time (too much actually), when hes in the car with me I often have to yank one out of his ear to get his attention, they don't come out that easily.
Be careful you don't pull his damn ear off.
Technically, the glass is always full.
quality posts: 48
I LOVE these headphones! Klipsch is known for their good bass response and the E1's pack a wallop in that department, which is awesome for running or biking (anything rhythmic). Their accuracy in the higher ranges is slightly compromised but overall very crisp audio, great for working out.
Woot won't let me have a cool signature
quality posts: 131
"Noise isolating" are such marketing weasel words. Kind of like the "peak music power" they used to put on cheap stereos or the 80x digital zoom on some cheap cameras.
Like Lake Wobegon, but without the lake.