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Splashing colors, lively music
Creative EP-630 earphones have heavy thumping bass with sparking clear highs that appeal. An all-rounded pair of earphones that look as good as it sounds. The Creative EP-630 is definitely one that makes you sit up and listen to your music.
What's more, it comes equipped with an in-ear design customized to block out external noise. You can even choose from the three pairs of bundled silicone ear tips for the most optimum fit. Available in an alluring oceanic color theme, get a color to jazz up your player today! Or better still, get the Creative EP-630 earphones in all five colors and choose to don the one that best suits your mood for the day!
Indulge in all your favorite tunes without the noise. The in-ear design reduces background noise and sound leakage significantly while achieving optimum music playback.
Get set to enjoy long hours of music in comfort. Choose the size that offers the most optimum fit, from the three pairs of silicone tips that come bundled with the earphones.
Designed to deliver deep bass with balanced tones for all music playback, listen to your audio in greater clarity from the 9mm Neodymium magnet drivers.
|Colorize your music|
Choose from the oceanic theme of Pearl Black, Pacific Blue, Atlantic Green, Mediterranean Pink or Arctic White. Play with colors and match your earphones with your ZEN or other MP3 players! You can also get it in sophisticated chrome finishing with the Creative EP-650 earphones.
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23 of 24 found the following review helpful:
Great headphonesMar 18, 2007
By Jacob Z
After enduring the standard Apple headphones for over a year, I decided to upgrade and I'm really glad I did. These are without question the best in-ear headphones I've ever heard. I have even tried the $100 Bose headphones and still prefer these. Although the bass is about equal on both, these have a much clearer sound and actually fit in my ear. Highly recommended.
17 of 17 found the following review helpful:
randronFeb 23, 2007
I read a lot of reviews of this item before I purchased it. I am a musician, so the quality of the sound matters to me a lot. These headphones are remarkable! There is a wonderful balance of highs, mid-range, and lows. I heard things in my music that I'd never heard before. The clarity was spectacular, the bass full and rich. My tastes are eclectic so from classical to rock to folk to jazz, the sound was excellent. I had purchased a set of Shure E2C headphones and found them to be unacceptable (very bright highs and mediocre lows). For my ears, these are just right - and comfortable, too. The noise transmitted through the cables, as noted by some, has not been a problem. I highly recommend these for the money!
25 of 29 found the following review helpful:
pretty good - NOT exactly the same as the SennheisersMay 12, 2007
These headphones were purchased as an extra set, so that I wouldn't take my Sennheiser CX 300B phones back and forth to work.
I thought they might be rebranded Sennheisers, since they looked so similar. They're not. The silicon earbud covers aren't quite as smooth, and the plastic of the driver housing is stamped with a different number. (They do l ook like they were made in the same factory.)
Sound quality is not quite as good, but it's not off by much.
Anyway, almost as good as the 300B's, and less money.
12 of 13 found the following review helpful:
More bang for your headphone buck!Aug 02, 2007
By R. P. Andrews
I owned both Sennheiser CX300 and V-Moda Vibes, which are in the $60-80 price range these days, and ultimately returned both because I thought their sound was so muddy. But... I am certainly not a bass-head; clarity, detail, crispness and brightness of sound are my thing. With the Senns and the Vibes I felt like I was listening to music through a wet washcloth, and had to monkey with the EQ on my player extensively to get a sound that was comfortable for me.
After returning the others, I reluctantly purchased the Creative EP630's, expecting them to be similar to the Senns (since they look almost identical). I thought maybe this is just how IEM headphones sound, and if that's the case, I'd much rather spend about a third less for the same muddy sound.
As soon as I got them out of the box, plugged them into my iRiver Clix2 and fired up some music, I was simply BLOWN AWAY. To each his/her own, but these cans deliver EXACTLY the sound I had been looking for, without having to obsess with EQ. Crisp, rich detail with a smooth balance across the spectrum of lows, mids and soaring highs. I am hearing subtleties and nuances in my music I never knew existed, with an expansive soundstage for this price class. And all this for about a third of the cost of their competitors.
Serious bass-heads will likely be disappointed with these, but they are perfect for me. At this price, I am seriously considering buying another set or two as backup or in case these become discontinued.
This is one case where inexpensive does not equal CHEAP.
Excellent product, highly recommended.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Best in ear headphones by farMar 21, 2007
By C. Tao
Let me first start off by saying that I had my doubts about the earphones because creative isn't exactly known for earphones. I use these with my first gen ipod nano, and they sound great. I had originally used the Sony in ear fontopia phones before this one, but after just 3 months the cord of the sony earphone started fraying and after another 2 months most of the wire was showing through. I debated whether to splurge for the bose triports or take a chance with these. Thankfully my friend had the triport, and I wasn't that impressed by it. the bass was overwhelming and the mid range sounds were muffled by it.
So after ordering these I was EXTREMELY suprised at how good they sounded. These earphones have just the right amount of bass, fit well, and the cord's build quality is very sturdy.
Compared to my old sony fontopia's these are the clear winner. The creative's have deeper and richer bass, and the wires don't fray.
Compared to the Boss triport ie's, the creative has a better fit, cost less, and don't have the overwhelming bass problem. As such I'm giving these a 5 out of 5...awesome all around.
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