Yes it does, with mic.
the iphone version are xba 1ip, xba 2ip, xba 3ip and xba 4ip, android version only available xba 1vp and xba 2vp.
These IEM uses Balanced Armature Driver instead of the traditional Dynamic Driver Units that are found only in high end IEM's.
The models numbers denote the number of BA drivers in the headphones.
I assumed it was a single button because of this description
Noise isolating in-ear headphones with single-button remote + mic for Android. Klipsch own website also states
Engineered for Android™ smartphones, the Image S4A headphones let you experience the arena anywhere. Backed by six decades of audio excellence, the S4A headphones let you control both your playlist and your phone calls with a single-button remote + mic and powerful customization via the Klipsch Control app for Android. And with the headphones’ patented oval tips, you can enjoy your favorite artists in incredible comfort.
If you are going to pay for the high cost, and if the xba 3 and xba 4 even has the android version, I still will not go for it, i'd prefer the no mic version, the sound quality is better on the non mic version vs the mic version.
Thats why I have the XBA 3.
I do intend to buy the XBA 2VP, the controls and volume does make listening to music much easier than the regular version.
I was told the iphone version does works, only the volume don't.
Never mind me, assumed the klipsch page I was on was for the V2's. Will update my post.
I'd only go for it FOR the mic. There are plenty of iems that are good at the XBA 3's price point, however there are hardly any BA driven iems that have a mic and are compatible with Android.
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