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Creative MA200 Headset for Mobile Phones (Black/Red)
The eye-catching Creative MA200 in-ear headset not only gets you noticed but allows you to be heard clearly as well. Incorporating an ergonomic one-button in-line microphone, it lets you answer voice calls or control music playback easily on your Android™ and other smartphones. Its noise-isolating design shields out external noises for you to enjoy your conversations or playback in peace. In addition, its bass-tuned Neodymium drivers let you enjoy heart-thumping dance or house tracks to the max. The Creative MA200 is available in a choice of trendy hues to match your style and mood.
1 Compatible with the latest smartphones and tablets supporting 3.5mm 4-pole connector (CTIA standard). Functions may vary among devices.
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Solid In-Ear Headphones, Good for RunningDec 18, 2013
By Carl Cheng
I've tried quite a few in-ear headphones, which are really important for me when running because i like to tune out the world. What's nice about running with these are that the headphones stay in quite well given all the movement. I did notice that my left ear falls out a bit more so I'm guessing that canal is a bit larger so it's nice that these headphones do come with additional ear bud sizes.
The mic and volume control is nice and sturdy too. Buttons have a good feel and I don't worry about sweating on them or breaking them from wear and tear. The volume control is great too as a slider so you can quickly mute or increase or decrease the sound without having to push a volume + or - button so many times.
Two other qualities that make these headphones good for running is that the length isn't too long and there's little to no vibration you can feel or hear from the cords bouncing around.
One thing I did notice while running, sometimes there was a bit of static that would appear quite frequently, it might have been just the wind or my iPhone. It never happened when I walked though.
Earbuds stop producing sound and the warranty is too short to do anything about itNov 28, 2013
By Brianna Kurtz
These earbuds are fine as far as initial quality goes. They sound fine. There are a few different sizes. I like the mute/play button on it. The problem lies in the fact that they do not last very long at all. I received these in the beginning of October and took very good care of them. Now, just under two months later, one of the earbuds has already stopped working. I obviously can not do anything about it now, as the warranty is over, and now I'm out of a pair of earbuds. Do yourself a favor and avoid this product. Buy something with better quality.
Meh. It Could be BetterNov 27, 2013
By R. M. Ettinger
Once again, an earbud that won't stay in my ear easily - or for long periods of time. Do I REALLY have that abnormal of an ear canal?
When they are in, the sound seems fine. It's not great by any means, but you're not buy high-end headphones here. These will get thrown in my computer bag for travel, but my search for a good, affordable pair goes on.
Great Sound QualityNov 25, 2013
By Sherry Barr
These have great sound quality. I love being able to turn them on/off and mute using the switch on the cord. The various sized ear buds is also a great feature that enables them to be customized to suit. The bright red cord makes them easy to find in my very full computer bag.
Just adequate ... maybeNov 21, 2013
By Brent Butler
Especially at the price point as I write this review, I found these ear buds to be very low end.
Volume was very low. Only about the top 15% of the volume slider actually produced satisfactory listening volume. And with the volume up full on the source device, these ear buds had a dramatic amount of distortion. My source device (a Kindle Fire HD) could only have the volume set to about 75%. Higher than that and these ear buds just couldn't handle it.
I listened to a piece of blues music with very low bass all the way to high pitched horns. Reproduction was just OK. I've heard much better on lower priced ear buds.
The inclusion of a mike for hands free phone use might be a plus for some, but ear buds are not what I use for hands free smart phone conversations.
All in all, I don't recommend this product at thirty-eight dollars. At ten bucks ... if you just wanted something to get you by in situations where you might lose the ear buds and don't want to risk a pricier set ... maybe. For everyday use to enjoy music? No.
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