Klipsch's reputation has grown because of both the quality of the products it designs and their reliability.
Indeed, this was my feeling last year, when I decided to join it's community of customers getting my own pair of Image S4 headphones.
I bought them on the internet and was really pleased with the sound, especially the stereo image. Was stunned me the most was the effiency of the seal, as it really rolled off ambient noise and allowed even bass frequencies to be heard even in noisy environments.
This far, I had all reasons to be satisfied with my purchase. However, I soon encountered a problem I was definitely trying to get rid of: the terrible headphones-single-channel death: the right channel brutally stopped working, for no apparent reason. The seller immediately replaced the headphones and I since I got them back I have been using them for a little less than on year until yesterday. Yesterday, that *** problem occured again. And I'm beginning to seriously wonder whether the headphones are "factory-corrupted" and Klipsch's craftsmanship is to be questionned or if I was just really unlucky.
Whatever, this is unacceptable to me and I'm at a loss with what to do. I can't even inspect the inside of those unmoutable earphones to check if there's a disconnected wire or something..
So all kind of help would be really appreciated and ifyou have experienced the same problem with the image S4 or any other product from the "Image" series, please feel welcome to talk about it here.