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Klipsch IMAGE S4-II

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13th October 2012, 06:07 AM   |  #1  
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If some one looking for a great headphones for around $120, you in the right place.
Klipsch announced new "Image S4-II" update version of previous S4.




S4-II present flat cabling for added strength and tangle
resistance, a more streamlined shape and overall improvements in product durability. S4-II model produces the same award-winning sound signature through an 8.5 mm dual-magnet
micro-speaker. This technology covers a wide frequency range and delivers dynamic detail for the
most strikingly realistic sound reproductions of music libraries

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My feedback:
I did't burn them for 50 hours yet, but I surprised, the sound is veeeery good. If you have any good experience with the sound and your want quality for a good amount, I would definitely recommend it, because this is the best choice.(I'm also proud to put them on the shelf with my Sennheiser M550 and Sennheiser HD650)

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It seems like a very good headphone. Can you confirm if the controls are fully working with SGNII please ?
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It seems like a very good headphone. Can you confirm if the controls are fully working with SGNII please ?

Yes fully functional. Plus u can download the Klipsch app from google play.
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Cheers, definitely going to buy them soon.
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Cheers, definitely going buy them soon.

You will love them
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Wow... No headphones are worth $120... That's just a ridiculous price! I wouldn't pay more than 20 for a pair...
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Wow... No headphones are worth $120... That's just a ridiculous price! I wouldn't pay more than 20 for a pair...

so you haven't experienced good music. Try one of those or Bose In-Ear headphones. It will be a life-changer !
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^ Nope. I don't use anything in-ear at all as they constantly fall out.

You'll never convince me that it costs anything close to $120 to make a pair of earbuds. The hardware inside them isn't going to cost more than a couple of bucks at the absolute maximum. You're letting yourself get ripped off.
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^ Nope. I don't use anything in-ear at all as they constantly fall out.

You'll never convince me that it costs anything close to $120 to make a pair of earbuds. The hardware inside them isn't going to cost more than a couple of bucks at the absolute maximum. You're letting yourself get ripped off.

To be honest, we're being ripped off on a daily basis starting with the price of the galaxy note II. Nowadays if a person wants a good quality product he has to PAY for it. Better to get ripped off with a decent product rather than getting ripped off with a ****ty one.
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I have the older version of the s4 and they sound great....don't remember paying 120 bucks for it though....more like 40 bucks I think

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