Elecom Ear Drops Noise reducing earphones are the perfect companion for your iPod, mp3 player, laptop, portable DVD, MD, radio, or other audio devices, combining sleek design, premium sound quality, noise reduction, and maximum comfort. The soft silicone earbuds fit perfectly inside your ears, allowing you to comfortably enjoy your music while blocking outside noise. The new ear buds give you a...
“-- Elecom is an electronics manufacturer. [www.elecom.co.jp/global/] The EHP-R / HH1000A is their flagship earphone. ~ All Photos Taken By Me ~ [Product Link] (in Japanese):...” --BloodyPenguin
“ These are amazing. The best of all my iems. These really are the HA-S500s of iem. Slightly uncomfortable, but worth the hassle at any price. They are dual dynamic micro driver, like the FXT90, its predecessor. I use the Spiral Dot ML tips. These are gorgeous and well built without being heavy or awkward. As with most cans, I find these shine with proper amping. (Garage 1217...” --aafanatic
Main FeaturesManufacturer/Supplier: Victor Company of Japan, LimitedManufacturer Part Number: HAEB75AManufacturer Website Address: www.jvc.comBrand Name: JVCProduct Model: HA-EB75Product Name: HA-EB75 EarphoneMarketing Information: Multi-adjustable, splash-proof ear clip earphone for sport, featuring a neodymium driver for powerful sound and bass boost. Sports ear clip earphone with adjustable...
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JVC's Gummy headphones let you enjoy your favorite music from your digital media player. The soft material covers the lightweight earbuds to ensure a comfortable and secure fit.
The Gumy headphones from JVC are a great way to enjoy your favorite tunes and other ear candy from your portable player. A soft, pliable material covers the outside of these lightweight earbuds, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit. The HAF130 headphones provide excellent sound quality with a frequency response of 16 to 20,000 Hz and a sensitivity rating of 108 db/mW. The Gumy headphones...
“ 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