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IKEY E180 Ear Drumz Earbuds
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Economical iKey E180 Ear Drumz Earbuds' sound performance ensures you feel the beat. All the clear vocals, crisp mid tones, and tight bass that your ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Super-clean vocals and dynamic bass in super-affordable in-ear headphones.
Economical iKey E180 Ear Drumz Earbuds' sound performance ensures you feel the beat. All the clear vocals, crisp mid tones, and tight bass that your ears have been waiting to hear—thanks to iKey Ear Drums, now they will.
iKey E180 earbuds in-ear headphones are constructed with a durable and super light metal housing. iKey includes 3 different ear cap sizes to ensure you have a perfect and comfortable fit to experience Ear Drumz' amazing sound quality without missing a beat. Whether you're on the move or relaxing, iKey E180 Ear Drumz in-ear headphones are ideal for any portable MP3, CD, or DVD player.
- Stylish and comfortable in-ear design
- Comes with 3 different ear cap sizes to ensure the best sound isolation
- Compatible with most portable audio devices with a stereo mini jack
- Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
- Cord length: 1.2m
- Sensitivity: 110db
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These are extremely cheap headphones. Needless to say, the sound from them are not that good. It's really low-end heavy. The high-end (like vocals and such) gets cut out frequently. I'll listen to to music, and if the vocals get too high or too much is going on in the song, random parts won't come through in the speakers. It's kind of frustrating.Also, it seems like the right earbud is constantly a little louder than the left one. No, I'm not more deaf in my left ear, ha. I switched earbuds to check, and sure enough one is a little bit louder.If you just need a really cheap pair of headphones, I guess these would do. Just keep in mind that the levels are really unbalanced.
My earbuds from ikey audio are cool and sound great. They fit nice into my ears and i use them on airplanes, with my ipod and laptop computer. I bought a few more for my friends and they all like them...
I love the way these look and was excited to try them out. However I was quickly let down as soon as I heard them. LOTS of low mids made them sound muddy and boxie all at the same time. The good news is that with a few simple tweeks I've got these sounding pretty good.....especially for the price. Here's what I did:1. It seems the small hole (or port) on the back of each earbud is to blame for most of the boxiness. Simply cover the hole with a piece of gaff tape or electrical tape. 2. There is some foam stuffed into each bud. (i'm not sure if it's to keep dust out or if they're just trying to muffle the treble to create the 'illusion' of more bass) Anyway...take those suckers out. VIOLA!.....Now they actually don't sound half bad!