These Image Ones are the first on-ear design I''''ve seen from the company, and it''''s used the additional surface area to pile on the perceived value. Build quality is reassuring, for instance, and the large ear-cups are trimmed in a chrome and leather combo that wouldn''''t shame a Lexus interior. The padding is so luxuriant it offers quite a degree of noise isolation while keeping the wearer'''' ears absolutely as warm as is acceptable. Both ear-cups are wired with fairly hefty cable, the union-point of which features a 360-degree mic and three-button remote for use with the most current iPods, iPads and iPhones. The treble is beautifully judged, attacking crisply without becoming unduly hard even at volume. There''''s an exciting combination of immediacy and integration about the mids, where voices communicate without becoming overbearing. The extreme hip-hop dynamics are dealt with confidently, and the Klipsches create a spacious, detailed soundstage. There''''s no shortage of speed to the Image Ones'''' bass reproduction, and they''''re gratifyingly keen to start and stop the low-end stuff promptly but, crikey, there''''s plenty of it.