I'm David Carnoy, Executive Editor for CNET.com and I'm here with another pair of very budget in-ear headphones, the iLuv City Lights.
These retail for around $7 online.
They generally are considered a very good bargain and they get very good user opinions.
I did think they were nicely built.
They have a little bit bigger drivers than some of their $7 competitors.
There's 13-millimeter drivers
and those are really designed to offer up more bass so these deliver very big bass.
It's not the greatest bass.
You don't expect a whole lot for $7 and really the problem here is that there just isn't a lot of clarity.
So the high-end or treble is lackluster, so you don't get a lot of detail.
So they're a little bit muddy.
They do deliver big bass, so if you're into big bass for $7, you can get a big bass in-ear headphone.
They are comfortable and they do seem to be nicely
They come in a variety of colors and their cord is somewhat tangle-free, not totally tangle-free but it is tangle-free.
I'm David Carnoy and those are the iLuv City Lights In-Ear Headphones.
Thanks for watching.
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