If you're looking for a stylish pair of in-ear headphones that can stand up to daily abuse and provide rich sound, the Klipsch Custom 2 are hard to beat.
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Whether you're out listening to your MP3 player or out at home with your high-end stereo, your headphone choice is critical. Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which type of headphones you want, use the links at the left to get more options.
Clearly great sub-£100 earphones for jazz, soul and vocal genre lovers. If it's music that can be performed live without any amplification, electronics or mixing desks, it's probably suitable for the Custom-2s
Typical price: £100.00
Although not a pair of earphones we'd recommend to a user wanting extreme comfort, the Klipsch Custom-3 earphones are without question a pair we'd recommend for their sound quality -- balanced, powerful and bursting with detail
Typical price: £150.00
The Klipsch Custom 1s are unusual in terms of fit, but worth the money if you're a fan of vocally-driven and unplugged music, such as jazz, country and folk. As long as your music taste plays to their strengths, they're a good entry-level model, but, if you like heavy metal and electronica, other models will serve you better
Typical price: £60.00
Donald Bell reviews the Klipsch Custom 2 and Custom 3 earphones.
We've gone ears-on with the entry-level models in the new Klipsch Custom series -- the Custom-1 sound-isolating earphones. Like jazz, folk and vocals? Read on
It's ears-on time again, and that means we've got some snazzy earphones to talk about. This time it's the Klipsch Custom-2s -- a £90 pair of sound-isolating 'phones with dual armatures
Ideally, the Custom-3s are best suited to acoustic music, female voices and to a certain degree, rock.
We've been giving the £200 Klipsch Custom-3 earphones a listen and after some awkward fitting issues, we've formed some early opinions
When we heard Klipsch was releasing three new high-end models, we got all tingly. These are set to compete with Shure and Denon offerings, but with prices starting at £99 it'll be interesting