The IDX 160 iE comes with seven pairs of rubber eartips, as well as one pair of foam Comply eartips. There’s an adapter plug for sharing music, two detachable extension cables, a cable clip, and a carrying case.
The earpieces feature an all-metal construction that cuts down on a good deal of distortion. The cable is a classic y-shaped design, and just after the split the cable ends in a 3-channel 3.5mm stereo plug. Attached to the plug is one of the included extension cables, giving you a fairly standard length of 4 ft (1.2 m). While the cable is flat to cut down on tangling, the connection below the split can be troublesome at times; I noticed that during my first listening session, the connection could lose some sound if not checked beforehand. While the earphones are comfortable, and the cable doesn’t tangle, the connection issue is BS. But maybe this headphone can still impress me.