So, after my EP-630 Black earphones from Creative Labs (which came with my Dell Inspiron 1525 about 2 years ago) broke -- when the sound stopped playing out of the Left Earbud -- I immediately went searching for a new one. I wasn't completely ready to listen to a new sound coming from my earphones, and when I went to several other websites to check if the sound qualities on various other Earphones were similar to my original EP-630s... Let's just say, I wouldn't have recognized some of my favorite songs. But then I came to this site, and shuffled my way over to these 'Red MDREX36V/RED EX Earbud Headphones', and after a quick glance over the Tech Specs, it looked like I'd be playing my favorite songs EXACTLY the way I remembered them. And let's face it, Creative's EP-630's sound quality is hard to match, cause it's just so right.
Pros For starters, It comes with a Volume Control on the cord, so if there's another headphone plugged into my Inspiron 1525, and the volume is too high/low, I can individually adjust the volume on my own, without affecting the other listener. Another fantastic thing about these are the sound quality. Noticeably high sound quality. Deep Bass and little-to-no STATIC at any time (you know, that "SHHHHHHZZZ" sound whenever there's no audio going on, but you've still got your earphones in?) The Earbuds themselves go into the ear pretty nicely -- albeit they're a little on the hard side -- but I suppose that prevents it from slipping out of the ears so frequently. Plus they're Noise-Isolating/Cancelling, so I don't have to hear anyone/thing else around me, so it's just me and my music, which is always a great thing. Cons Considering I was attempting to purchase a headphone that could match the Creative Labs EP-630's sound quality, it's safe to say this one comes up just a tiny bit short. For instance, the sound isn't as clear as it should be, and the audio itself is pretty low (which may contribute to the occasionally foggy sounds), even with the built-in Volume Control and computer's volume turned up. While the sounds are replicated nicely to a personally estimated 90%, there's just a ten percent that doesn't happen. And while I mentioned the earphones have a couple of different (changeable/replaceable) earbuds, the hole for hearing on the bud itself is pretty tiny, by any earphone's standard. Perhaps that amplifies the bass, but I'm confident if they'd made the hole bigger, the audio would be louder and clearer.
Review Overall, If you're looking for a marvelous pair of earphones to replace your old ones, or even just to have an extra pair for yourself or someone else, like a gift, then I highly recommened this one. You won't regret it.