“a-JAYS Five Quick Review Thanks to JAYS for the sample. Full review at http://www.head-fi.org/t/695893/jays-a-jays-five-review Brief: JAYS notice that there are phones not made by Apple. Price: £80, Euro 90, US$100 or SEK795 Specification: Remote: Full feature Android remote, Driver: JAYS custom A5, Isolation: ...” --mark2410
“Bought these headphones as a means to replace my sennheiser cx300-ii, which was still working at the time so I had a standard to compare the jays to. First thing I realised was that the jays had a bit more bass than the sennheisers - which was something I was looking for back then. Next thing I noticed was that the mids and highs were not as clear as they were on the...” --flat bob
“ I bought these as a replacement for the crap apple headphones. I immediately appreciated the nice, loud and solid sound, and how they felt like they belonged in my ears. The concave shape of the casing just feels right. The nice tangle free cable was great for just tossing in my pocket and pulling them out, giving them a shake or two, and they are good to go. ...” --Dneale
M21P In-Ear Headphone with Inline Microphone and Single Button Remote. Detail, clarity, space, enhanced bass, and of course a very cool style are what the M21P delivers. The small housing makes the M21 comfortable to wear for people with all ear sizes, and the sound will make you want to keep wearing them for as long as you can! The full range and fun sound is great for today's pop music...
“ Review: MEElectronic M-DUO First off i would like to thank Joe at MEElectronics for sending me this review sample. I will write as honest a review possible. They received over 50hrs of burn-in and little changes were noted so don't judge them straight out of the box. Gear Used: IPod Classic 160gb (rockboxed) > M-DUO with normal single flange tips ...” --ostewart
MEElectronics SP51-BK Sound Preference In-Ear Headphone with Sound Tuning for iPod, iPhone, MP3/CD/DVD Players (Black)
“I had this earphones for 2 years and I must say, that I was really satisfied with it. With the possibility to change bass you can choose what really fits you and I must say, that the bass was really nice, clear and deep (I used the middle one). Only cons which I found are: hard cable - it can easily pull out the phones from your ear... size - the phones are little longer then most...” --Benik3
“The reason why i bought these earphones was just the special offer I found about 2 years ago. They were sell in bundle with a 16GB pendrive for about 45€, so I paid them less than 30€ or something close. For that price there can't be any remorse. The box is just splendid, inside you can find a strange circular small case for the eraphones (actually not that handly), airplane adapter and...” --JamesTrab
“ I used to own MEElecs. George Carlin said that he never was fine and dandy in same moment. I was. Now, I am sad to say that I was so careless to lose them in worst possible scenario. They were not in their pouch, in my backpack, but alone. In my pants pocket. With foolish illusion of safety. One moment they were in my jeans, next one they weren't, how- three months later...” --milan425
“ These are a nice, portable IEM, a good, bassy stepping stone in your quest for audio perfection. My only problem is the rubberized cable, when anything touches it, it makes alot of feedback. ” --slaw slaw
The t-JAYS One uses JAYS silicone sleeves which work to lower any intrusive surrounding noise by up to 40dB, ensuring a better listening experience in ambient environments. And in turn this means the 10mm earphone speaker does not distort as the media player’s amplifier does not get overloaded.