"Excellent Quality, Great Sound & Great Feel."4.5 starson by xibis
Pros: Excellent Sound Quality, Comfortable, Great Packaging. Most importantly, you don't have to blast the music to get great quality sound. Great balance of high, low, and mid-range sounds.
Cons: Not sure about durability. Only time will tell. Price was a bit expensive, but i got a great deal on Amazon ($200.73).
Summary: I recently purchased the Klipsch Custom looking for high-end headphones. I wear headphones at work 50% of the time so I wanted to enjoy my music with incredible sound quality. I currently own Bose QuitComfort's and V-Moda's and compared them all to the Klipsch Custom. Hands Down the Kilpsch Custom where noticeably better. You can hear so much detail in the music. Most importantly, I can hear great quality sound without having to jack up the volume. At the volume's midway point, i hear great quality sound and don't have to worry about blowing up my ear drums.I actually bought the Klipsch Image but accidentally in my review mentioned the Custom
While I find the Bose QuiteComforts to have excellent sound quality, there is a lack of sound clarity that is found in the Klipsch. Every sound is so crisp that is makes it easy to escape and enjoy the music. As for the V-Moda, i find that the Klipsch handles the wide range of sounds so much more effectively. The V-Moda's offered great bass sound but lacked high and mid-range sounds that are so apparent once you plug the Klipsch Custom's into your ears.
The casing is great. There is a mini case and a larger case. There are several sizes of ear buds so finding the perfect fit is not a problem. Once they are in your ears, you will forget they are there.
Updated on Dec 20, 2008