Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic

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frankmcma

The specs on these headphones are great, offering a wide frequency response: 5Hz to 21kHz (first number, lower is better, second number higher is better)Unfortunately, iPhones and iPods have a very limited range when it comes to frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000HzKind of like hooking an HD TV up to an SD cable box. Headphones are millions of colors, iPod is thousands of colors is another way to look at it. Because of the dual speakers in each earbud you will get slightly clearer highs and lows, but if you are getting this for Apple products, you will hear minimal difference than the standard buds. They are recommended for MP3 players with a wider frequency response (some of the Sansa and Sony players offer this) If you want to get these headphones for Apple products, its a lot to spend on something where the specs don't match up. Because of being better sealed/seated in the ears than the standard earbuds, the audio may be more desirable to some. But if you are looking for bass/low end, these are more engineered for highs, with the low end being less. I love Apple and at last count have about 15 Apple products, including these headphones, but until Apple comes out with a higher definition audio device, these headphones don't offer much above the standard buds.

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colinc

While it's hard to get the head phones back in the storage case the first time I really like the case now. It's small and compact, though still easy to find in the bottom of a bag, while protecting the headphones from damage and tangles really well. After doing it a few times it becomes easy to put them in (thought I'd recommend paying attention the first time you take them out of the case). I can now put my head phones away quick, without putting strain on the ear buds, though I do it at least once a day.

All I'm saying is just don't write the case off too soon, you might end up really liking it. I sure do!

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