Once again, JLab engineered the design, sound, fit, and features around feedback from our fans to create a world class, yet affordable earbud that is truly designed by the people for the people. The Diego is the first JBud to sport our new JCon logo, designed with our fans as a symbol of JLab's commitment to Hook It Up. Rock It Out. FEATURING • 10mm Neodymium Micro Driver •...
“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
“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
“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
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...
“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
Digital edge technologies used for creating, transferring, and listening to digital music has made the iPod and various other Digital Media Players the most popular portable listening devices around the world. Shure recognized that at the start. Highly demanding and critical listeners have appreciated Shure earphones. Shure's E4c extends that enjoyment even further. The cutting-edge...
Zippered case. Compatible with all Shure earphones.
“1 Introduction Shure arguably is the only brand that is well known amongst the professional consumers as well as the audio enthusiast for well over a decade and it is for a good reason. To me Shure really begun to be known to the so called audiophile world with the release of SE846, some might argue that honor is bestowed upon SE530 and SE535 but to me SE846 marked the era that Shure should be...” --audionewbi
“ If you're tired of removing your IEMs to talk to someone, then this product is probably for you, despite its quirks. I wear my SE530s all day at the office and conduct most quick conversations through my PTH. The microphone is surprisingly good, even letting you conduct a conversation when it's pointed backwards. A few background noises like printers, scanners, or a fan pointed straight at it...” --maverickronin