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iSkin unveils Cerulean X1 Earphones

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iSkin has introduced its Cerulean X1 In-Ear Noise Isolating Earphones. The Cerulean X1 earphones feature 9mm neodymium drivers in specially designed bass-enhancing chambers, three sets of interchangeable silicone comfort buds to provide optimal fit and noise isolation, and come in Onyx (black) or Blizzard (white). The iSkin Cerulean X1 In-Ear Noise Isolating Earphones are available now for $100.

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1

Wow, another set of head plugs that can get tangled in their own wires.  I cannot wait to get them and rip the wires out trying to un-wrap them from everything else around them.  It would be like trying to get a hanger out of a closet without bringing every other hanger out with it.  When are they going to come out with something useful like WIRELESS ear buds?  If the wires are always getting tangled and you get too frustrated untangling them to even listen to damn things, what good are they? I would happy buy expensive low grade ear buds simply because they were wireless before I would buy cheaper high quality ear buds.  All because on the tangled wires.  This is 2007 invent something that will WOW me not something else that will give me a headache.

Posted by Chris Hoagland on August 3, 2007 at 10:28 AM (PDT)

2

Everything that’s wireless, needs batteries to operate. It’s not that hard to imagine. How would you incorporate something like that with such mini headphones?? There’s nothing to stick the power to. If you desperately want wireless, you’d have to go look for the bigger sennheisers…. Meanwhile, stop whining.

Posted by Tj on August 3, 2007 at 12:51 PM (PDT)

3

I don’t care about wireless headphones at all…but I would kill for some high quality in-ear earphones like these, but with an integrated mic (and without having to use a stupid adapter) that would work with the iPhone though.

Posted by SJR on August 3, 2007 at 1:33 PM (PDT)

4

...and these are better than the Sony MDR EX-71’s how? Oh, right, because they cost twice as much.
What’s so fantastic about these? Besides, you never know when your iPod will decide that you only need to hear out of one ear and make one of your earbuds stop functioning. The cord on these kind of earphones do tend to tangle, but it’s so worth it because you usually can’t hear anything going on around you without having to crank up the volume.

Posted by galagachamp on August 3, 2007 at 1:42 PM (PDT)

5

Wow, another generic set of cheap buds from China, but more expensive. Wheeeee! But boy, they employ neodymium! How very new and uncommon!

Posted by Bad Beaver on August 4, 2007 at 3:32 AM (PDT)

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