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Default Review of Klipsch Image S4A (II) headphones with pics!!!

This is a review of Klipsch Image S4A (II) Android wired headphones: Image S4A (II) Headphones for Android | Klipsch

Not to be confused with an older version of S4A found on amazon, (II) is an update offered by Klipsch as the only headphone pair in their Android product line. A heard a lot of great reviews about the sound quality of Klipsch headphones, but those were usually out of reach with their premium price tag. I'm not suggesting their current sale price of $85 being a cheap bargain, but in a category of premium sounds it is a bargain. If you look at their product line, everything is offered with iPhone remote control, so it was great to get a chance to review this Image S4A (II) model designed specifically for Android with their own dedicated free Klipsch control app.

These small earbuds encapsulate a powerful dual magnet driver that covers a wide frequency range with dynamic details that stay true throughout lows, mids, and highs. Even when you raise the volume to the max, the sound stays very clean and clear without any distortion. The included 4 pairs of ear tips are great with a comfortable oval shape fit, but at the same time I found that oval shape to come out of your ear when you are doing active exercising. As an alternative, a pair of Comply TSX100 replacement ear tips worked perfectly with these!!! Since these are wired headphones, you don't have to worry about charging it up, just plug into your phone and go. The wires follow new trend of flat noodle shape which is easy to keep untangled especially when you place your S4A into included nylon carrying pouch-case. Also, a small clip is provided which can help you keep the wire attached to your shirt or jacket. The sound quality is fantastic, and the build is very solid. You can definitely see that you pay premium and get quality in return. But these are intended for Android application, so let's take a look if it delivers in that department.

You don't even need installation of Klipsch free app, these work as is with default control setting. Everything is controlled from built in remote control that houses a single multi-function button. The remote control is rather large for only one button, but it does make it easy to find it and to press it without fumbling around. With this single button you can pick up and end the phone call and also play/pause and skip through the songs. Since you only have one control button, the multi-function is accomplished by double/triple-clicking: double-click skips to the next song, triple-click restarts playing the same song and another follow up triple-click goes to the previous song. It actually not very common to have song skip in such type of headphones, more often you see volume control instead. Ironically, with these headphone volume adjustment doesn't work. These were designed around Android 2.2, and obviously some functionality has changed in Android 4.x which broke that control. So instead of activating Volume control when you long press the button, you get Google Voice Search - just ask a question and you will get search results. The free Klipsch control app which you can download from Play Store has some useful functionality as well. You can assign an app you want to launch upon plugin of headphones, default controlled music app, default volume setting on plugin, and also re-assign button settings for single, double, and triple click functionality. The available options for each function are play/pause, next track, previous track, previous track x2, voice search, voice command, and redial. Personally, I was happy with a default setting except I prefer double-click for previous track instead of doing it x2. There is also an option to configure button click speed.

Overall, these are some of the best headphones I heard in a very long time. The sound quality is definitely top notch, no question about it. Yes, they are expensive for a typical wired headphone pair with phone/music control, but considering the sound technology behind it - I think it's a bargain in comparison to other models and brands that cost hundreds of dollars. With it's Android controls - mostly its a hit, but lack of volume control is definitely a miss. Skipping a track is a bonus, but often the intention of headphone with remote control is to keep your phone out of sight and to be able to play/pause, pick up the call, and adjust the volume without touching our phone. I understand this is a part of Android change, and I hope that in a future update of S4A (III) they will fix this problem or even better - add dedicated volume up/down buttons since there is plenty of room available on that remote in-line control. I also found the response of pressing the function button to work with a slight delay. Not sure if it's the problem due to Android OS change where originally it was designed for Android 2.2. So as long as volume adjustment is not a deal breaker for you, and you are after a premium sound quality on a budget under $100 - S4A (II) is definitely your type of product.

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This is a review of Klipsch Image S4A (II) Android wired headphones: Image S4A (II) Headphones for Android | Klipsch

I'm not suggesting their current sale price of $85 being a cheap bargain, but in a category of premium sounds it is a bargain.

The included 4 pairs of ear tips are great with a comfortable oval shape fit, but at the same time I found that oval shape to come out of your ear when you are doing active exercising.

I understand this is a part of Android change, and I hope that in a future update of S4A (III) they will fix this problem or even better - add dedicated volume up/down buttons since there is plenty of room available on that remote in-line control. I also found the response of pressing the function button to work with a slight delay.
twister6...as always, great review!! I, too, own Klipsch S4A II. I bought mine at Best Buy. I got them to price-matched Amazon...forgot exact price. IMHO, i think that the S4 + the stock oval tips are the best in the business. I have had different earphones over the years (X10i, Sonys, Skullcandy) and recently tried my brother's Monster Pro Turbine Copper. The fit and comfort is #1 for the S4. The x10i was close but somehow did not hang right in my ears. Not sure how to describe it. The Monsters were OK, but the fit is ordinary.

For the S4 (any version), the key is to hang the wire OVER your ears...basically, the earphones are upside down in your ears. This provide the best fit AND with the wires over your ears, there is less chance for it to fall out with physical activity. I do mild exercise with them...no issue. I have already express my semi-dislike of Comply in the other thread. For me, the Klipsch ear tips are excellent.

And yes, like twister, the S4 II is a bargain for the fit and performance. Remember, with earphones, the fit/comfort is probably just as important as the actual sound! S4 II excels in both areas. The noise isolation from these earphones is also excellent! I took these with me on my flight from Texas to Las Vegas...comfy and serene! In addition, they sounded great when i watched movies on my Note 2!

For me, the sound of the S4II changed with break-in. So, you need to break-in IMHO...at least, with my S4A II. The highs and overall stage opened up after a few weeks for me. Again, this could be placebo effect and that my ears got used to it...i don't know, but i could hear a difference. YMMV.

But, overall, S4 sound signature is bias slightly toward the lower end. I actually prefer this because i hate tinny sound and i hate harsh high end. S4 provides a warm sound...but not too warm (like B&W P3), which i hate also! Bass is never lacking. (For headphones, i have Harman Kardon CL, which provides a similar sound signature.)

As for the button, i think that this is an Android/Samsung issue. The problem is that S-Voice gets activated if you press and hold the remote button. So, previously, the press-n-hold feature would activate the volume control...not now with S-Voice. I am not sure why Klipsch did not go the route of 3-buttons like their Apple model equivalent. It could be that there are way too many Android phone makers and it would be impossible to make button layout that would satisfy every make of phone.

Given this issue, i think that the wise decision would be to buy the APPLE model of S4II. Why? Well, the central button of the Apple S4II does the same thing as the one button on the Android remote. But, with the Apple model, it also allows you to "future-proof" yourself just in case you buy an iPhone or iPod or iTouch in the future. IF you buy the S4A II, then you're stuck because that one button has limited usage on an i-Device.

As for the delay in the button response, i think that the free Klipsch app allows you to change this under Button Settings.

And yeah, S4A II is my daily wear...and pretty much the only ear/headphones i use. When things get boring (and stationary), i may take out my Harman Kardon CL...but for the most part, i don't because the S4II sounds pretty darn awesome!

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Fantastic review! A true audiophile addition to my write up! I will definitely try it out upside out with a wire around my ear. Do you keep the same L/R orientation or switch it when it's upside down?
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Same L/R. No change.
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Despite Android version of S4II, sometimes, the button does not work, such as stopping music playing or skipping a song. It would not respond at all or take an eternity to respond. Often times, i would just unplug the earphones from my Note 2 and then plug it back in...and voila, it works again. An annoyance.

BTW, i am using my S4II with Samsung Music Player. For whatever reason, my playlist/songs (from iTunes) would get randomly deleted when using Google Music app. Samsung Music Player has not done that. Weird.
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Despite Android version of S4II, sometimes, the button does not work, such as stopping music playing or skipping a song. It would not respond at all or take an eternity to respond. Often times, i would just unplug the earphones from my Note 2 and then plug it back in...and voila, it works again. An annoyance.

BTW, i am using my S4II with Samsung Music Player. For whatever reason, my playlist/songs (from iTunes) would get randomly deleted when using Google Music app. Samsung Music Player has not done that. Weird.
But you have this problem with S4 II, not S4A II? I'm using S4A II and it has been working great. Sometime I just double-click button too fast and it thinks I clicked it once to pause the song. Other than that, it has been working great. Been listening to these the whole weekend. Definitely my FAVORITE pair of headphones now!!!
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I'm using the s4a with my note2. I like the sound but i have this problem with only getting sound from one ear. When i first got it they worked great then after a couple of weeks the right side stopped working. i sent klipsch a message & they sent me a replacement. Well, the same thing happened. After a couple of weeks of play the right side stopped working. Currently the left side has stopped working & the right side now works. I checked my phone settings and the balance is set in the middle. Has anyone else heard of anything like this before?
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I'm using the s4a with my note2. I like the sound but i have this problem with only getting sound from one ear. When i first got it they worked great then after a couple of weeks the right side stopped working. i sent klipsch a message & they sent me a replacement. Well, the same thing happened. After a couple of weeks of play the right side stopped working. Currently the left side has stopped working & the right side now works. I checked my phone settings and the balance is set in the middle. Has anyone else heard of anything like this before?
Strange, almost sounds like a wire problem. But two times in a row, what are the odds of that?!? Do you fold your earphones in the included pouch/bag? I wonder if it gets bent in some weird way that causes pre-mature wear'n'tear of wires.
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I'm using the s4a with my note2. I like the sound but i have this problem with only getting sound from one ear. When i first got it they worked great then after a couple of weeks the right side stopped working. i sent klipsch a message & they sent me a replacement. Well, the same thing happened. After a couple of weeks of play the right side stopped working. Currently the left side has stopped working & the right side now works. I checked my phone settings and the balance is set in the middle. Has anyone else heard of anything like this before?
Not unheard of. I have read stories of this happening on Klipsch and other earphones. Contact Klipsch again is my only advice. I would however look at your habits and see if you're too rough with them OR maybe you should get Klipsch more rugged earphones instead. Remember, it is OK to get the Apple-version.
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Not unheard of. I have read stories of this happening on Klipsch and other earphones. Contact Klipsch again is my only advice. I would however look at your habits and see if you're too rough with them OR maybe you should get Klipsch more rugged earphones instead. Remember, it is OK to get the Apple-version.
I don't feel like I am too rough on them, but I guess I could be wrong. I do keep them in my pocket & not in the case though. For $80 they ought to be pretty durable. Klipsch already sent me a replacement set so I don't think contacting them will do any good. Its really strange that they work at first then after a couple of weeks they stop working. I'm wondering if it could be the phone that I am using. I might try them on my computer & see if they work on that. If I were going to use the apple version why not just use apple earbuds? By the way when I had an iphone I never had a problem like this with the apple earbuds & I used them the same way.
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If I were going to use the apple version why not just use apple earbuds? By the way when I had an iphone I never had a problem like this with the apple earbuds & I used them the same way.
Good...Klipsch customer service is excellent!

You can use Apple earbuds if you want...even though it has three buttons, the center button works just like your button on the S4A. That was my point. You can buy Klipsch S4II for Apple and use it the same way that you are using S4A...no difference...you can't use the volume buttons on the Apple version, but the center button works the same.

The reason that you want Klipsch over Apple earbuds is the sound quality, right? The current Apple earbuds are not bad (I also have iPhone 5), but I still prefer S4A II for the wamer sound and noise isolation.
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Good point about phone ear jack. Definitely try it on your laptop or another audio source to see if the problem with travel with earphone or stay with a phone.
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Good point about phone ear jack. Definitely try it on your laptop or another audio source to see if the problem with travel with earphone or stay with a phone.
I will. Sorry to hijack your post like this. I would love to use the klipsch earbuds because I agree with you about the sound quality but if I cant get sound to come out of both sides its somewhat a moot point. I originally tried a Bluetooth device but I couldn't get that to work either. It would be nice to not have to deal with the wires but I had a hard time with streaming audio so that's why I went with the klipsch because I've heard of them before & thought they would be pretty good.
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Boy do I feel dumb. I tried the headphones in my desktop computer at home & could hear out of the left ear very faintly. The right side was ok. Then I tried another set of the plastic ear pieces that comes with the headphones & it worked. I think maybe the other ones are just dirty. That's why I feel so dumb. I can't believe I didn't try that before. Now they sound like they are supposed to.
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Boy do I feel dumb. I tried the headphones in my desktop computer at home & could hear out of the left ear very faintly. The right side was ok. Then I tried another set of the plastic ear pieces that comes with the headphones & it worked. I think maybe the other ones are just dirty. That's why I feel so dumb. I can't believe I didn't try that before. Now they sound like they are supposed to.
Geez, your ear must produce a ton of earwax!! Well, at least, thru all this you got a new pair of Klipsch!
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Ok, just ordered Klipsch X7i from an authorized dealer. I should be getting them within the next week or two. I got them for $140 with free shipping. The X7i is supposed to be more balanced (less warm/bassy) than S4i. There is no Android version...so, i will be using the Apple version on my Note 2. Hopefully, it will be a good thing....

UPDATE: i canceled the order because i am going to try the Apple Earpods with EarSkinz 2 modification.
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I just bought the S4A (II) , and the sound is very good, I am happy with that part, but the controls are all jacked up. Volume does not work (launches Voice Control instead), double click is set to next track..and it works, but it automatically calls last number in my call history at the same time! Very annoying.
Also, some people recommended to get the Apple version instead in order to get the volume buttons...dont do it. My wife and I bought the S4A at the same time (one apple, for her, and one android for me) and I tried hers on my phone. Volume control does not work. The volume buttons simply do nothing.

Anyway, my question is, is there a way to disable the double click triggering calling my last dialed number? Is there a way to disable long hold triggering voice activation?

I am running HTC EVO 4G LTE, rooted, running mean rom.

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I just bought the S4A (II) , and the sound is very good, I am happy with that part, but the controls are all jacked up. Volume does not work (launches Voice Control instead), double click is set to next track..and it works, but it automatically calls last number in my call history at the same time! Very annoying.
Also, some people recommended to get the Apple version instead in order to get the volume buttons...dont do it. My wife and I bought the S4A at the same time (one apple, for her, and one android for me) and I tried hers on my phone. Volume control does not work. The volume buttons simply do nothing.

Anyway, my question is, is there a way to disable the double click triggering calling my last dialed number? Is there a way to disable long hold triggering voice activation?

I am running HTC EVO 4G LTE, rooted, running mean rom.

There has got to be a way, right?
As I mentioned before, Volume will NOT work Android changed that control after 4.x. For double-/triple- click control, use JAYS free up and configure it the way you like it. Now, here is a hint - fine tune the timing between clicking, making a bit longer. This way there are no "misunderstanding" from a phone registering these multi-clicks. See if that helps.
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As I mentioned before, Volume will NOT work Android changed that control after 4.x. For double-/triple- click control, use JAYS free up and configure it the way you like it. Now, here is a hint - fine tune the timing between clicking, making a bit longer. This way there are no "misunderstanding" from a phone registering these multi-clicks. See if that helps.
There is another app being mentioned in these forums called headset button. Which is better to use? That one or the jays? I have the klipsch s4a (II) ear buds, android version. So so far I have downloaded the klipsch control app and the headset button app, of you think I should I'll give jays app a try.
Just to be clear you ARE saying that even after doing the key remapping trick voice control is still being activated. Correct? There is no way at all to fix this?
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There is another app being mentioned in these forums called headset button. Which is better to use? That one or the jays? I have the klipsch s4a (II) ear buds, android version. So so far I have downloaded the klipsch control app and the headset button app, of you think I should I'll give jays app a try.
Just to be clear you ARE saying that even after doing the key remapping trick voice control is still being activated. Correct? There is no way at all to fix this?
Long hold button will trigger Google Now, that is default. Sorry, I'm not next to my headphones to test it out. Doesn't matter which one, apple or android - single multifunction button will work the same on any set of headphones with galaxy phones. Volume will never work, single press is play/pause for audio and video and also to answer and hang up the call, double click skips to the next track, and long press activates Google Now where you speak your commands to dial a number, etc. Don't bother with Klipsch app, its the same as any other app. I like JAYS a lot better. Another similar one is MAVEN 3D which also included EQ and other stuff.

Try it out and see if you can re-map functionality.
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