Ears-on with the Klipsch Custom-3 earphones
Ideally, the Custom-3s are best suited to acoustic music, female voices and to a certain degree, rock.
But we've got thein-house now and are lodging them deeply into our King Lears to form some opinions. These are $300 'phones, driven by twin drivers in each ear. In that respect, they're on par with and the teeny tiny , reviewed last October.
Initially, the Custom-3s gave us a lot of problems with. This is possibly the result of an incompatibility with our ears as other Crave ears had no problem with them. Once fitted into our unique canals, we heard a very similar sound to the Images--a warm voice and excellent bass, but a high end that lacked the shimmer and sparkle that make instruments like cymbals sound bright and crisp.
Ideally, the Custom-3s are best suited to acoustic music, female voices and to a certain degree, rock. But if a sparkling treble is what gets you excited, you may want to try out a pair before you buy them.