As earphones okay, as in ear monitors, not so great
These are definitely a budget in ear monitor in both price and performance. I wasn't expecting a lot from them, but other t.bone gear delivers really well so I was hopeful they'd be usable in an emergency.
As a bass player, these weren't great for me at all as I just couldn't get a good seal in my ear canal which is essential to maintain the bottom end. The silicon tips weren't a good fit and even when in place, don't provide much in the way of isolation or noise-cancelling.
Our singer has used them once or twice and they're okay if all you need is to hear your voice a bit more clearly and at a slightly lower volume.
If you're a singer on a tight budget then these could work for you, but I would recommend spending as much of your IEM budget as you can on quality phones as the difference between these budget ones and, for example, Shure SCL-3, is vast.
While not the best, with my small ears doesn't fit in as well but it's great for what it is. The sound could be a bit better in my opinion but hey! Look at what your paying for it and stop complaining!
I used this in a live situation for a venue of around I dunno 1000 people and I used it with a behringer x32 in-ear setup. And I have to say it did it's job. If my ears weren't as small I would of been able to hear a bit better since the sound is really quite decent. Unless you make tons of money gigging around I wouldn't invest in something more expensive when this does the job just well.
Other band members bought other brands and they kept complaining about stuff(likes high's and low's) but I had no issues what so ever so t.Bone for the win! I would consider upgrading to one of the more expensive models if given the opportunity.