Image X10i In-Ear Headphones

Image X10i

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Inspire envy with our flagship Image X10i headphones. Among the world’s smallest, lightest in-ear headphone designs, it employs a wealth of micro technology for comfortable wear and audiophile-quality listening. Plus, it includes an advanced mic and 3-button remote for taking calls and controlling the music content on select Apple products.*

  • Full music and/or voice control on select products*
  • Award-winning sound performance
  • Patented oval ear tips for unbeatable comfort
  • 360 degree mic enables highly intelligible phone calls
  • Patent numbers USD 611,929; US 7,681,577; USD 624,901



  • What is the difference between “S” headphones and “X” headphones?”

    The S-family of headphones (S3m, S4, S4i, S4A) all using dynamic moving-coil drivers (similar to your typical speaker woofers), while the X-family of headphones (X4i, X6i, X7i, XR8i, X11i, X12i and X20i) all use balanced armatures. So how do you decide what’s best for you? If you’re in the mood for a full soundstage and thumping but tight bass, and you’re on somewhat of a budget, we recommend the S-family. If you’re looking for clear, crisp, impeccable detail with warmth in the lower octaves like you’ve never heard before, the X-family might be more your cup of tea.

  • What is a balanced armature speaker?

    A balanced armature is the tiny specialized speaker that’s inside your headphones. You have one for each ear and they turn electrical signals into acoustical sound waves. Like a traditional speaker, an armature features an internal diaphragm that’s driven by an electromagnetic motor system to produce sound. Armature benefits include: smaller size, higher output, extended frequency response and improved high frequency detail compared to a traditional moving coil speaker.

  • Do you have out of warranty repair options for your headphones?

    Due to the size and nature of our headphones, we unfortunately do not have a non-warranty repair option.