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The IDR655m in-ear headphones from Scosche offer ear-whopping fistfuls of bass, along with an inline remote and mic, a shirt clip, a generous selection of ear tips, and a classy leather carrying case.

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The remote offers control over volume and a single multipurpose button for play, pause, skip, call answer/end/hold, Voice Control, etc. All three buttons are made from a soft rubber, and are each given a unique embossment to help distinguish them by feel alone.

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The IDR655m come with a whopping total of 6 pairs of interchangeable silicone ear tips, with three pairs that use a single-piece design, and three that use a dual-flanged design. Each set of three are offered with small, medium, and large fittings.

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The aperture of the chamber going into your ear is about 0.2 inch in diameter, giving it less leeway for small ears than in-ear headphones based around balanced-armature drivers, such as the Etymotic HF2, or Klipsch Image X5, but still a fairly typical fit for this price.

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