“With DAC ONLY Pros: It didn’t shock me!! Average sounding headphone. Comfortable to wear and lightweight Cons: Bass – Hey, I can hear some bass. Quality of bass is below average. (5/10) Sharp highs – It doesn’t heart my ears but a little too sharp (5.5/10) Mids – a little bit muddy (6.75/10) DAC & AMP (Tube) – Additional...” --HardTraxX
“With DAC ONLY Pros: Best sounding headphone so far. Sounds well balanced. Comfortable to wear and lightweight Mids – Cleaner and neat – (7.5/10) Highs – Not too overbearing – Clean but not crisp. Ok for long listening sessions. (6/10) Bass – Quality of bass is best I have heard so far - still average. (6/10) Cons: Right earbud makes a clicking noise...” --HardTraxX
“ Update: Reduced design rating due to ever-tangling cable. The cable is MADE with some type of built-in twisting/tangling design flaw. Just holding the headphones in my hand, the cable wants to twist and turn and due to its material, it's never fully "straightened out" like most other headphone cables. Due to this, it's become unusable. I've owned the original Bose IEs and now bought these...” --xx0xx
“The Sennheiser HD-600/HD-650 headphones & the Bose SoundTrue Ultra earphones compared Big headphones and small earphones I've tried on earphones and IEMs (in ear monitors) from various vendors over the years but could never find any that were value for money and sounded good. Until now. Always a fan of the Sennheiser HD-600 and HD-650...” --skris88
Shut out the world and lose yourself in your music - or let the world in. It's your choice with the first in-ear noise cancelling headphones from Bose. Quiet Comfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones are engineered to let you enjoy better sound every day, everywhere you go. Turn on noise cancelling to reduce surrounding distractions and focus on your music. Or choose Aware mode to...
“With DAC ONLY Pros: Tom Drums crisp and noticeable. Mids – Average (7/10) Highs – not too overbearing (not too harsh but decent at best 6/10) It came with a pretty nice looking case. Bulky protected 3.5 covered in plastic (looks like connectors will last with some abuse) Cons: Bass – Nonexistent (1/10) I get shocked often near my ear when they are plugged in (could be...” --HardTraxX
“You can already tell if this iem is for you by looking at the pros and cons. I personally use it a lot due to the sake of convenience (rechargeable battery, noise cancelling, wireless) and it gets the job done. I might give this a five stars had it been priced $150, but every Bose overcharges. Audio quality is nothing spectacular, nor is it bad- it is acceptable. These are the best...” --Pawn
J6: Sleek, Ultra Slim Comfort with Premium Acoustic Performance Tired of uncomfortable earphones with disappointing sound? Looking for a slim, ergonomic fit and high fidelity sound that was made to please your ears? Meet the new JBuds J6M in-ear ear bud style headphones with inline microphone and track control. The JBuds J6M high-performance earbuds combine a blissfully slim, soft rounded shape...
“ Really a horrible set of headphones for the money. I got these way back as an upgrade from stock ipod headphones and was blown away by the bass. At the time all I wanted was bass and boy did they deliver. At the time I loved them but as my music interests grew and expanded so did my realization that I had horrible headphones. Last year I picked up a set of AWEI ES-Q3 off...” --kitten wizard
“I picked these up at Staples since they starting carrying Jlabs. I'd never owned any before and heard good things about them. They're very beautiful. They have real ebony wood and a kevlar cord. The most important thing is the sound of course. I'm a newbie in the audiophile market. I'm a die hard Ultimate Ear fan so right now they're all I have to compare them too ( only used the 350,...” --echo1284