These Klipsch Earphones Are Your Cheap-But-Decent Deal of the Day

If you want decent audio on the go and don't want a pair of clunky over-ear headphones, a great choice is the Klipsch S4i. They're a go-to recommendation for sub-$100 earphones on forums like HeadFi and Reddit, and they made Gizmodo's value list back in December. They're already a relatively cheap earphone that produces solid sound. But every dollar counts when you're buying tech, and right now they're at Amazon's lowest historical price.

$45 dollars nets you a pair of black Klipsch S4i earbuds with free shipping. This is the version with a remote and mic, and it usually retails for $60 and up elsewhere, and it's even priced lower than the remoteless version. If you had a feeling your stock earbuds weren't quite cutting it, today's a great day to give the S4i a shot. [Amazon]

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These Klipsch Earphones Are Your Cheap-But-Decent Deal of the Day

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