In-ear stereo headset Introducing HiDefDrum +Microphone™ by Atomic Floyd™ HiDefDrum are the headphones for music lovers with something to say. These mini works of art pair World Class acoustics with dual-filter technology, so every note you hear and every word you speak is pitch-perfect. Good looking, great sounding, clear talking. Welcome to the New State of Sound.
Manufacturers Description: HiDefJax rugged, tactile styling and gut-grabbing deep bass sound, will send music lovers into a frenzy. Noise isolating design, WideBody acoustics and stunning looks, deliver a heady mixture that transports you to a higher state of music consciousness. Welcome to the New State of Sound.
“ Good design. Built for modern electronic music and some heavy metals( due to its metallic sound) Some might find it tooooooo dynamic, little bit laid mid, some might find its toooooooo sharp, bright, and edgy. ” --skfktkwjs
Build to provide max bass and max treble the twistjax were intended to replace my battered Sony ex75 in ears. They are the same build with a plug in ear with an acoustic bass chamber for hammering the soft tissue of the outer ear. The bass chamber is made of "acoustic steel" which gives a very solid look. At first the highs and lows are amazing and you hear pumpy basses with sparkling...
High Quality JVC HEADPHNES, SPORTS CLIP, BLU
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