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Klipsch Image S4i - II In-Ear Headphones - White

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Klipsch Image S4i - II In-Ear Headphones - White

The Image S4 (II) from Klipsch is a pair of in-ear headphones that not only deliver full range audio with deep bass, but also provides a level of isolation from external noises. Unlike circular-shaped ear tips which may not fit properly, the headphones utilize an oval ear tip design that fits the ear cavity more comfortably. Four ear tip sizes allow for a perfect fit.

Dual magnet driver technology delivers a wide frequency range while preserving dynamic detail. The Image S4 (II) works with virtually any device that features a standard 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo mini headphone jack, and a carry case is included for convenient storage.


  • Noise isolating in-ear headphones
  • Deliver deep bass and full range sound
  • Oval ear tips provide comfort for hours
  • Choice of ear tips for the perfect fit keeps the music in while blocking outside noise
  • Tangle resistant flat cables

Shipping Cost: Free!

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Review Snapshot

  • 4 of 5 stars
40% (27)
24% (16)
11% (7)
12% (8)
15% (10)
  • Great sound quality   »   Most Recent Review “I'm not an audiophile so this isn't a real technical review. I have a pair of Bose in ear comfort headphones that are a few years old now and falling apart so I asked for these as…”
  • Review - Klipsch Image S4 - II   »   Most Helpful Reviews “After purchasing these earbuds from the Klipsch website, and after a thorough burn-in period, here is a review of this product.”
  • Almost flawless product, but terrible cord noise!!   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I have had multiple Klipsch Image S4s and S4is. Since I needed a new pair I decided to try out the newest iteration, the S4i II.”