Seeing the human body varies with each individual, so does their ears. To solve that problem, Cresyn supplies three different types of rubber adapters the consumer doesn't have to conform to one a "one size fits all" mentality. Because of this, comfort can be had by all and everyone can enjoy this product whether you are an hobbit or an Ent.
The actual set of headphones are light, extremely small, well built and are easy to insert. You really have to wonder where the actual micro-driver is contained within such a narrow package. Weighing in at a total weight of four grams, you will likely not even know you are wearing them. But does the relative size dictate the sound quality? Is the sound as light an narrow as its dimensions? You'll soon find out in the upcoming section.
As with most headphones, comfort is just as important as sound quality. If you can't stand wearing them, you will never appreciate the sound quality. The only thing that is uncomfortable about these headphones is just how much they acoustically isolate you from your surrounding environment. Even though these are not noise canceling, they technically don't need it seeing they block sound so well that you can intimately acquainted with your internal heart beat, the clicking noise your neck makes when you turn your head or the thud your eyelids make when you blink. It's creepy, but it comes with the environment needed to immerse you into your music. Nothing is there to distract you and nothing will interrupt your enjoyment.
Physical comfort is assured through the customizable ear inserts and the ergonomic design. Simply pull up on your upper earlobe, insert, release your ear and you are ready to enjoy. Extended wear is effortless but remember you will have to remove them to talk to anyone seeing you can't hear a damn thing with them installed. In fact, it might give you an excuse to ignore them and literally act like you never heard them. Boy they come in handy at the gym just for the purpose.
Product Sound Quality
This is where this product will dictate if it was worth the money or was just a high priced generic set of audio hardware. In this case, I will go on record that the C750E by far is the best set of in-ear headphones I have ever inserted into my ear canals. While installing them I was of course expecting the usually strained base, lack of range and overall tinny feedback but once my first track was fired up, I would have loved to have had someone take a picture of my eyes getting wider. It was just that surprising. The balanced and full range from such a small driver is incredible. Imagine an in-ear headset that has the bass and range of a full set of studio headphones. And let me remind you, I am an audiophile that can't stand crappy sound. If you are concerned that you won't get a good set of headphones, let me put your mind at ease. You will get the bass you want, the mids you need and the higher frequencies you have been missing in your current set of earbuds.