HiSound Living Earbuds
HiSound Living Earbuds
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Product Description
You’re in the market for some earbud replacements, yet the cheesy construction and low detail audio of most models has you ready to retreat back into your oversized cans. For a pocket-sized pair of earphones with metal construction and a neutral sound profile, plug in the HiSound Audio Living Earbuds and bring your favorite tunes to life Read More

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johnny2by4
2
Aug 13, 2014
a few weeks back they were droping the actual mp3 player in the pic. do you guys know what the name of that m,p3 player was
headphonefreak
2
Aug 13, 2014
Fiio X3 - awesome player
lewisl9029
0
Aug 6, 2014
I've actually looked into getting one of these but decided against it due to the fact that my last earbud, Yuin OK3, lasted less than a year before connection issues in the cable made it unusable.
Longevity is probably usage dependent, but can someone comment on how well these things can take wear and tear from normal daily usage, and give some anecdotal evidence in terms of long they've owned these?
Thanks.
Jensway
3
Dec 3, 2013
If you guys want to read a review of these, here is one that I wrote myself:
http://www.head-fi.org/products/hisoundaudio-living/reviews/9404
clarkkent
102
Dec 3, 2013
Weird that they have bass issues for having 16mm drivers lol
Jensway
3
Dec 1, 2013
Hey guys, love this company, love these buds - just be careful that I personally had serious issues with comfort, and that they are a little lacking in the bass department.
Just so you know. Otherwise, they are brilliant.
scott.vater.9
46
Nov 29, 2013
Just wanted to say that as a owner of these buds the starting price of $120 is a deal...if they get down to $80 then it's an outright steal. These are AWESOME for the price, sounding better than even some custom molded 3-4 driver IEM's I've owned.
Highly recommended.
idklel
219
Aug 10, 2014
Seriously?