First looks: Klipsch X20i earphones - Good things come in small packages

First looks: Klipsch X20i earphones - Good things come in small packages

The X20i is Klipsch's flagship in-ear headphone, and features what Klipsch calls true two-way dual armature design, with detachable cables and an injection moulded stainless steel housing. We take a quick listen to see just how good it sounds.

Klipsch Reference R6 On-ear review - Small fit, big sound

Klipsch Reference R6 On-ear review - Small fit, big sound

The Reference R6 on-ears are Klipsch's answer to fans who love the sound of the R6 in-ears but prefer an on-ear option. Do they still maintain the same legendary sound? We find out.

Klipsch's New Lean and Fit Earphones

Klipsch's New Lean and Fit Earphones

Klipsch launches the new A5i headphones, which is armed with 6.5mm drivers and a design that is meant to appeal to fitness buffs, sports enthusiasts and exercise freaks.

Klipsch Image S4a for Android - Hands-free Convenience for Android Smartphones

Klipsch Image S4a for Android - Hands-free Convenience for Android Smartphones

The first ever Android-compatible headphones, the Image S4a, is a modification of the standard Klipsch Image S4. Equipped with a single multifunction button in addition to 8.5mm drivers, the Image S4a will set you back by S$169. Read on to see if the headphones are worth their price tag.

Klipsch Reference S4i vs. Sony XBA-1iP Earphones - Balanced Armature vs. Dynamic Drivers

Klipsch Reference S4i vs. Sony XBA-1iP Earphones - Balanced Armature vs. Dynamic Drivers

A good pair of earphones is essential in this day and age. We take a look at the two main competing technologies, Balanced Armature and Dynamic Drivers, and see what they offer to those looking for a good pair of entry-level earphones.

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