Klipsch In-Ear Headphones
Klipsch's specially designed oval ear tips rest comfortably in ears, allowing owners to enjoy extended listening sessions without discomfort. The oval ear tips also create a seal that helps block background noise and lets users focus on the smooth, full sound created by custom 5.8-mm drivers. For added convenience, each pair of headphones includes an in-line microphone and remote control that let owners place calls and control their playlist without digging their phone out of their pocket.
- Product number: S3M-Jade-HP
- Comes with earbuds
- Single-button remote and mic
- Customized 5.8-mm moving-coil driver
- Oval ear-tips
- Noise isolation dampens the roar of nearby dinosaurs
- Durable, tangle-resistant cable
- Remote commands:
- Answer/end calls
- Volume up/down
- Track forward/track back
- Compatible with Apple, Android, and Blackberry devices
- Weight: 0.1 lb.
- 1-year warranty from Klipsch
- Condition: new
In the box: Headphones, three pairs of different-sized oval ear tips, clothing clip, and carrying pouch.
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