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Creative HS-730i Headset for iPhone
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Creative HS-730i Headset for iPhone



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Product Details:
Product Length: 5.25 inches
Product Width: 3.0 inches
Product Height: 1.0 inches
Product Weight: 0.02 pounds
Package Length: 5.5 inches
Package Width: 3.0 inches
Package Height: 1.1 inches
Package Weight: 0.15 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 6 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 3.5 ( 6 customer reviews )
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2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Creative earphones and micJan 23, 2012
By Marty
Great headphones. I enjoyed the quality of the headphones and the mic when attached to my iPhone to listen to music and also to have conversations. I also enjoyed the quality while listening to a NetFlix movie while attached to my MacBook. Great product from a quality company.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

4Good replacement for Apple earbuds!Feb 05, 2012
By AshBoo
My primary use for the HS-730i was as a replacement for my existing Apple iPhone earbuds, so this review will mostly focus on a direct comparison between the two. I have used these headphones at the gym, at work, and walking around town.

The first thing I noticed was that there is a big difference between the Apple earbuds and these Creative in-ear headphones in terms of being able to hear outside sound. I definitely had to have only one bud in while listening to music walking around town as to not fall prey to LA drivers. I don't recommend these for someone who wants both buds in with music at a reasonable volume that still wants to hear people talking to them.

The sound quality is noticeably better than that of the Apple earbuds. There is much more depth of sound and immersion. Less tinny and better bass. I'm not an audiophile (I have been using Apple earbuds almost exclusively since 2006), but it is very clear that these have a bit more thought put in them. Using the mic for calls seems to work just fine - nobody complained when I used the headset to speak to them while doing dishes or walking through town. If your earbuds are going out, I would definitely consider these as a replacement - especially if the prices are comparable.

I use the smallest bud size (it comes with three), and it fits comfortably. At work, I use them for hours at a time and only on occasion (after maybe four hours) I have to take them out for a second. At the gym, they stay in pretty well through a vigorous elliptical extravaganza. I can't say how well they would through jogging, but even on the elliptical they would occasionally start getting loose. Never fell out, though!

One thing that was slightly disappointing was the fact that it came with an adaptor for Skype/iChat, etc. It's a jack that splits the aux side of the headphones to a mic input and headphone jack. Having an older MacbookPro (2006 model running Lion) where these are split into those two inputs, I thought "awesome! I can finally use the mic from an iPhone headphone while video chatting!" Alas, it did not work. The box did mention iChat, so I assume they have tested it on some Macs, but it didn't seem to work with mine. It showed up in the Sound System Prefs as a selectable mic input, but didn't register any sound. Close, but no cigar.

One other small thing that bothered me - no volume control. The mic/button combo on the right earbud wire can only stop/start music, start Siri, or end a call. Standard single button control. Because the Apple earbud comes with volume control, I would assume they would want to include it on something like this, but maybe because they make these compatible with Nokia phones as well, they don't want to include something that wouldn't work on both phones (if that is the case with Nokia phones - I wouldn't really know).

Review in a nutshell:
Pros: Better sound than Apple earbuds, fits comfortably
Cons: No volume control, PC adaptor may not work on your computer

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5ExcellentJan 11, 2013
By Kelly Johana Ossa Agudelo
It is a quality product, I love this brand because headphones are very good and great listening. I was very satisfied with the quality of this product also works with any device that has a 35mm connection

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

4completey satisfiedFeb 09, 2011
By Big Will
The creative headphone were everything I had hope for in ear buds. I can hear every sound that was originally expect from the music.

58 years and still working!!!Nov 11, 2013
By Julia
I got the old generation version of these headphones 8 YEARS AGO. They came with with Creative MP3 player, back in the day. I use them every day and they are still in perfect working order! Note, I by no means over protect them as the headphones constantly live in a ball at the bottom of my bag when not in use. I have never been more impressed by a product.

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