Klipsch R6i In-Ear Headphones

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Klipsch R6i In-Ear Headphones
Price: $34.99
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Good price on these headphones. I almost bought them at almost twice the price last month.

I was able to listen to a friend’s pair. What kept me from buying is that they are very bass heavy. Would be excellent for rap, hip hop, EDM, and R&B. I tend to listen to a lot of variety of music, and I didnt feel these sounded as nice with other types of music.

If you like Beats, you’ll probably like these. I prefer a more neutral sound.

Do any of you know if these work with android phones?

They work with all phones if you mean the mic etc. But if you get a chance try balanced armature headphones. Sony BA are great but pricey but if you want to try them go to Amazon or Ebay and do a search for AZT. Under $20 and they are beyond impressive. Neutral & clear and better than any of hundreds of headphones I have ever tried.

From a quick google, I found this

“I don’t know about the r6i specifically, but other “i” versions of klipsch’s headphone were not Android compatible except for mic and listening… no skip forward or answering.”

Yes & No. The sound will work, but the controls will not. The android version of this is the R6M, but apparently those controls are a bit flakey at best. Check out this link Klipsch R6I reviews keyword android search

Do you have a link or better description? I couldn’t find AZT on Amazon.

I’m on the phone for much of the day, and two and a half years ago I decided I needed to spend some money on quality headphones. I paid $100 for the R6i (albeit in black) and have thoroughly worn them out since. They’ve survived weekly travel, about 20 hours of phone calls per week, and an upgrade from the S5 to the S7. These are a great deal at $35.