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JVC HAFX34A Marshmallow Headphones

JVC HAFX34A Marshmallow Headphones

“ These headphones are cheap bargain bin headphones. They're nothing spectacular but they're cheap enough to not care if they break making them a good workout IEM. They actually feel quite durable all things considered. Isolation is decent, it was actually pretty good with Comply T400 tips, which I recommend to improve comfort. Hardly any microphonics were heard either.   The sound is...” --keanex

100% Positive Reviews
JVC HAF130B Gumy Earbuds (Black)

JVC HAF130B Gumy Earbuds (Black)

“ These are pretty much drop in replacements for iPod earphones, and they sound almost identical. The bonus is that they're rubbery and less likely to fall out, the bad part is that they sound like before IEMs hit the mainstream and everybody had to have Megabass switched on to get any resemblance of a beat.   In short, you'll need these turned up so loud to hear all parts of the music...” --BBBS

0% Positive Reviews
JVC HAF240V Gumy Air-Cushion Earbuds (Violet)

JVC HAF240V Gumy Air-Cushion Earbuds (Violet)

“ Recently bought a pair of these ear-buds (the white version - off eBay from KEI Electronics UK).   Turned out a big disappointment due to an almost complete lack of bass. I tried pressing them hard against my ears, and only then I could hear some half-decent lows. Obviously, I wouldn't be able to use them like that.   So, beware. ” --Syros

0% Positive Reviews
JVC HAF240G Gumy Air-Cushion Earbuds (Green)

JVC HAF240G Gumy Air-Cushion Earbuds (Green)

“ Recently bought a pair of these ear-buds (the white version - off eBay from KEI Electronics UK).   Turned out a big disappointment due to an almost complete lack of bass. I tried pressing them hard against my ears, and only then I could hear some half-decent lows. Obviously, I wouldn't be able to use them like that.   So, beware. ” --Syros

0% Positive Reviews
JVC HAF240A Gumy Air-Cushion Earbuds (Blue)

JVC HAF240A Gumy Air-Cushion Earbuds (Blue)

“ Recently bought a pair of these ear-buds (the white version - off eBay from KEI Electronics UK).   Turned out a big disappointment due to an almost complete lack of bass. I tried pressing them hard against my ears, and only then I could hear some half-decent lows. Obviously, I wouldn't be able to use them like that.   So, beware. ” --Syros

0% Positive Reviews
JVC HA-FX850

JVC HA-FX850

Type: Dynamic Frequency: 6Hz ~ 45,000 Hz Impedance: 16Ω / Output: 106dB/1mW Cord: 1.2m, φ3.5 24 mm gold-plated stereo mini plug

JVC HA-FX800 Stereo In-Ear Headphones

JVC HA-FX800 Stereo In-Ear Headphones

Greater size of the wooden diaphragm within the ø10mm driver compared to the FX700 6~26000Hz frequency range 16Ω impedance 104dB / 1mW sensitivity 200mW maximum input power Longer 1.2m and of higher quality 4N OFC cable with gold-plated ø3.5mm mini-jack 9.6g (without cable)

JVC HA-FXZ200 In-Ear Headphone

JVC HA-FXZ200 In-Ear Headphone

"Stream Woofer" by Kelton-method reproduces rich and real deep bass sound with carbon diaphragm unit and the stream duct.

JVC HA-FRD80-Z-E

JVC HA-FRD80-Z-E

New JVC exclusive Micro-HD driver unit with carbon nanotubes diaphragm for extremely high clarity sound Metal housing and dual cylinder structure reduce sound distortion 1 button remote and microphone for iPhone / BlackBerry / Android (with Smart Switch for compatibility of most of smartphones) New fitting-support structure for wearing comfort 1.2m cord with 3.5mm...

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