iLuv iEP322PNK City Lights In-Ear Earphones – Ultra Bass – Pink

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iLuv iEP322PNK City Lights In-Ear Earphones – Ultra Bass – Pink

iLuv iEP322PNK City Lights In-Ear Earphones - Ultra Bass - Pink

  • Ultra compact, lightweight and fashionable design.
  • Built with high-performance speakers for extended frequency range, lower distortion, and high power handling.
  • Adjustable slider for maximum comfort.
  • Ideal for digital devices such as iPod, iPhone, MP3, and CD players.
  • Plug is gold-plated 3.5mm “I” type.

These earbuds bring the bass and the fashion all at once. Bright, flashy color matched with high-performance speakers make for a earbud you’ll never want to take out. Works with any 3.5mm plug-in. iLuv Creative Technology, the premier provider of the most comprehensive accessories line for the Apple and smartphone markets, rapidly delivers award winning products for today’s discriminating consumers. Since inception, iLuv has amassed an impressive total of 16 prestigious CES Innovations awards, recognized for design and engineering in the Portable Multimedia Accessories, Headphones and the In-Vehicle Accessory categories. Headquartered in New York, iLuv is a division of jWIN Electronics Corp., a leading consumer electronics company since 1997. All iLuv products are conceived, designed and developed in New York and continue to lead in quality, value, design and innovation.

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3 thoughts on “iLuv iEP322PNK City Lights In-Ear Earphones – Ultra Bass – Pink

  1. 169 of 185 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    in-ear headphones compared, January 30, 2013
    By 
    Ricardo Santiago (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) –
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    I bought at the same time 3 similar headphones:
    1. iLuv iEP322BLK City Lights In-Ear Earphones (US$7 at this time)
    2. Panasonic RPHJE120K In-Ear Headphone (US$ 6 at this time)
    3. GOgroove audiOHM Ergonomic Metallic Silver Earbuds (US$ 13)
    Here is how I comparatively rate them on sound quality:
    iLuv: grade 10
    GOgroove: grade 9.8
    Panasonic : grade 7
    And, since I also had them here to compare, the in-ear phones that came with mine Samsung Galaxy SIII phone would get a grade 8 and a very cheap one, bought at the streets, would get a grade 1.
    Considering the apparent resistance of the cord and of the plug (something very important to me, since I use them at bed) plus the ear fitting and the packaging, I would give them
    iLuv: 10
    GOgroove: 10
    Panasonic: 8
    So, my final benefit per cost rating for them, using the formula (Sound quality *3 + Appearance) / Cost, would be:
    iLuv: (10*3+10)/7=5.7
    GOgroove: (9.8*3+10)/13=3.0
    Panasonic – (7*3+8)/6=4.8

    So iLuv is the best deal. A very good deal!

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  2. 133 of 147 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Loudest bass yet…, November 9, 2011
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    The 8mm bass earbuds from iLuv, are cheap with stronger bass than Dr Dre’s earbuds that are very expensive… If you want more bang for your buck, you found it… Really fast delivery inside the USA… I have them on full blast for about 6 months now and no distortion of the highs… What a hidden treasure, the price is unbelievably cheap for the quality that you get… I am very satisfied with this product… Thanx…

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  3. 61 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Winner of my < $10 headphone contest!, March 3, 2013
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    W. Lorence (LaPorte, IN USA) –
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    After going through 2 pairs of Ultimate Ears Superfi 5’s and a comparable pair of Audio Technica’s I decided no more high dollar headphones. They all eventually break. I listen to music at least 6 hours a day and it absolutely must sound good. The kind of music I listen to varies from progressive metal to thrash and everything in between. I purchased 5 pairs of ~$6 headphones and compared. Here they are, in the order that I’d rate them, strictly based on sound quality.

    Note: Anyone who is familiar with canal headphones knows that fit is everything. I took fit out of the equation by using my Comply T-400 foam tips with all of them. I highly recommend them if you want the best fit. I was also using a Sony MW600 bluetooth adapter, Xperia Tipo, and PowerAmp.

    This review is about sound quality only. Nothing else matters..

    * iLuv iEP322BLK City Lights In-Ear Earphones – Ultra Bass – Black
    Could possibly be the best <$10 headphone out there. At first I thought they may be too boomy but after adjusting the eq a bit I fell in love. It’s hard to believe you can get something this sweet sounding for 6 bucks. Nice and flat but a little heavy on the mid bass (nothing the eq cant cure. Handles high volumes very well.

    * Panasonic RPHJE120S In-Ear Headphone, Silver
    These were practically a tie for first. I think they probably have the most accurate overall sound. I love thundering bass drums, but if I were seeking the best overall reproduction, these would have been #1.

    * JBuds J2 Premium Hi-FI Noise Isolating Earbuds Style Headphones (Onyx Black)
    Decent, but lacks power at the ends of the frequency spectrum, good midrange. Very much worth what I paid, and I would probably have been happy with them if I hadn’t had the 2 above to compare them to.

    * JVC HAFX30B Headphone, Marshmallow, Black
    Also worth it’s price twice over. Listened to these for a couple weeks when my AT’s broke. Paid $14.88 for then locally, and felt that price was fair. Nothing spectacular, but they work in a pinch..

    * JVC HAFX8B Headphone, Riptidz, In-Ear
    Didn’t care for these much. They have a tin can sound I cant make right with the eq. Not recommended.

    There you have it.. One audiophiles opinion..

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