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Lowest Price: Klipsch X11 Noise Isolation Audiophile In-Ear Headphones Today Only $40 + FS @Newegg

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Smallest and lightest in-ear headphone thanks to featherweight aluminum body
Full range balanced armature for audiophile quality sound
Superior noise isolation for amazing bass response
Unique oval ear tips for superior comfort, passive noise cancellation and enhanced bass

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Anyone have personal experience with these?

One of the Newegg reviews mentions a previous shell shocker deal for $50.
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These are the most comfortable headphones I've ever worn, and a very nice sound that is non-fatigue, maybe a little dark. Lots of bass and separation... I'm assuming anyone complaining about sound quality didn't get a good seal with the right tips. I would buy these over anything under $100 that I have tried (IMHO).

Biggest complaint is cord durability, and Klipsch has been great sending out replacements in my experience and a lot of others.
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These have a very fun sound signature. Remarkable bass for balanced armature drivers (provided there is a good seal, requiring deep insertion). The higher registers are very inoffensive - I'm very treble-sensitive but have never had issues with these (compared to many other ear-/headphones which have treble spikes). Great for EDM. For instrumental music like classical or jazz there are better options, IMO.

Getting these for 40 bucks is a no-brainer. I'd jump if I hadn't gotten 2 pairs already (worth having a backup because the cables / strain reliefs do look a bit flimsy - wouldn't be surprised if they fail before long).
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What is difference between noise isolation and noise cancellation?
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I have these and love them. Best attribute IMO is the feeling of separation between the left and right channels. Really nothing I've listened to has come close for <$100.
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What is difference between noise isolation and noise cancellation?
Noise isolation is simply blocking outside sounds from entering your ear. Noise cancellation uses electronics to listen to surrounding noise and actively filter it before it reaches your ear.
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What is difference between noise isolation and noise cancellation?
Isolation is passive. Basically the seal of the earbud keeps outside noises, outside. Cancelation is an active piece of hardware that monitors outside sound andsends signals to the earbuds that will cancel out those sounds. Bose seems to be the king in that category.
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Bought a couple for gifts. Thanks!
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Would these be a good pair to take advantage of the quad daac in my phone?
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Sold out....
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