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JBM earphones

post #1 of 33
Thread Starter 

I'd like to present you a new earphone company discovered by my friend. here's a link to producer's website:

http://www.360doudou.com/

 

And here's my short review on JBM's 3 models: JBM MJ700, MJ800 and MJ900:

http://zabrzmij.wordpress.com/2012/09/08/jbm-earphones/

 

You can buy them on ebay, focalprice, aliexpress and other similar websites.

Enjoy!

 

 


Edited by rhalf - 9/8/12 at 5:06pm
post #2 of 33

You think the 700s and 800s are better than the 900s? As in balanced sound and quality.

post #3 of 33
Thread Starter 

Yes, by a notch. Rarely seen MJ710 is good as well. 900s sound agressive in comparison.

post #4 of 33

Looks pretty cool!

post #5 of 33

Saw them in a local store (JBM 800) in my country, Chile I think I will try them before the Thermaltake Isurus , I really hope they can compete with my Soundmagic E10 and the Brainwavz Beta at least

post #6 of 33

I found the MJ710s! How do they compare against the MJ800s?

post #7 of 33
Thread Starter 

they're similiar, midrangey earphones. A minature version of 700/800s. SQ is a tad lower, but still sound nice and clean.

post #8 of 33
I have mj900- nothing special apart from massive bass.
awei es800m or es300i is noticably better.
post #9 of 33
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Originally Posted by tomasskalnin View Post

I have mj900- nothing special apart from massive bass.
awei es800m or es300i is noticably better.


+1

 

I had all models of these a year ago. The ones in pics are just re-branded. Nothing special about them.

post #10 of 33
Thread Starter 

Not sure what you mean by rebranded, but MJ900 are not a rebrand of Philips neither they are the same as MJ700/800 which sound open and have a flatter FR. I would argue whether Aweis are better then the last two.

post #11 of 33
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Originally Posted by rhalf View Post

Not sure what you mean by rebranded, but MJ900 are not a rebrand of Philips neither they are the same as MJ700/800 which sound open and have a flatter FR. I would argue whether Aweis are better then the last two.

These earphones were sold by 3 sellers on eBay. I won't mention the sellers' names. They had TDK or JBL mark on boxes and housing. Everyone understands that these couldn't be genuine TDK or JBL models. After several cases opened by buyers, manufacturer stopped marking them as TDK or JBL. And wow "we can change JBL to JBM and sell them with no trouble." You see their JBM mark is similar to JBL mark design. I remember that TDK EB-800 was the best sounding among all models. I have had all models in these pics except for the one in the last pic. But still nothing special about them.

post #12 of 33
Thread Starter 

Of course they aren't JBL, the are JBM, a complitely different company, which apparently makes itself look like western company. Although this isn't anything new (I'm looking on you, Superlux and Takstar). Not only that, their brochure is also a partial copy from Monster. That's the way Chinese market works. You're welcome not to accept it.

 

The TDKs you are talking about are a complitely different cup of tea. They're most likely models of TDK made for eastern market (often with flat cable) or fake TDKs. They use the same housing as JBMs, but sound really crappy at all. It's often in the OEM market that two companies use same parts to their models, but they still stay unrelated.

JBMs in my opinion are really nice for their price and they already have some following. Awei ES800 are about equal to them IMHO.

post #13 of 33
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Originally Posted by rhalf View Post

Of course they aren't JBL, the are JBM, a complitely different company, which apparently makes itself look like western company. Although this isn't anything new (I'm looking on you, Superlux and Takstar). Not only that, their brochure is also a partial copy from Monster. That's the way Chinese market works. You're welcome not to accept it.

 

The TDKs you are talking about are a complitely different cup of tea. They're most likely models of TDK made for eastern market (often with flat cable) or fake TDKs. They use the same housing as JBMs, but sound really crappy at all. It's often in the OEM market that two companies use same parts to their models, but they still stay unrelated.

JBMs in my opinion are really nice for their price and they already have some following. Awei ES800 are about equal to them IMHO.

 

I've got a bunch of Chinese IEMs. I have a JBM MJ700 on the way. How do they sound compared to the ES800m?

post #14 of 33
Hey there ..just pull the trigger on es800 and probably another 3 weeks to arrive ...what u think of these ...n would really like tohear yr thoughts on yr soon to arrive jbm mj700 and how it is with awei es800...

Cheers.
post #15 of 33
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Originally Posted by Wokei View Post

Hey there ..just pull the trigger on es800 and probably another 3 weeks to arrive ...what u think of these ...n would really like tohear yr thoughts on yr soon to arrive jbm mj700 and how it is with awei es800...

Cheers.


I already have the ES800. I like them both, but the ES800 is much better to me. 
ES800 has more clarity, more detail, more comfort, better build, better quality bass.
MJ700 has more bass and has somewhat grainy treble.

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