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JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds (Black)

Average User Rating:
2/5,
  • JBuds 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 non-stop while blocking outside noise. The new JBuds give you a high-intensity listening experience with crisp, clear sound and powerful bass. Includes 3 pairs of silicone earbud tips in small, medium, and large to assure the perfect fit! Generous 4.5ft wire with standard Y-formation to the earbuds. Available in white, black, or pink. One-year full warranty.

Recent User Reviews

  1. HardTraxX
    2.0/5,
    "JBuds Hi-Fi Earbuds – (Overall Score) 4/10 (worst extra dollar I have ever spent)"
    Pros - • Clean light weight look and feel. • Best sounding headphone so far. Sounds well balanced. • Comfortable to wear and lightweight
    Cons - • Both earbuds earbud make a clicking noise (that some earbuds make, when applying slight pressure to the earbud while it’s in your ear).
    With DAC ONLY
    Pros:
    1. Clean light weight look and feel. 
    2. Best sounding headphone so far.   Sounds well balanced.
    3. Comfortable to wear and lightweight
     
    Cons:
    1. 1$ more than the above earbuds.
    2. Audio sounds muffled and “echo-y”  [I am frantically checking my audio cables thinking something is wrong…. This sounds too horrible]
    3. Mids – as muddy and muffled – (4/10)  
    4. Highs – I hear them in the background. Are they there? (3/10)
    5. Bass – In basic rock songs you can kind of hear some bass… You really need to get a bass heavy song like Rap or Electronic music to get any type of bass.  [still frantically checking audio cables] (4.5/10)
    6. Both earbuds earbud make a clicking noise (that some earbuds make, when applying slight pressure to the earbud while it’s in your ear).  I notice some cheaper earbuds do this.  I think it’s the membrane inside flexing due to air pressure.   This is definitely noticeable and annoying with movement / when you yank on the cable.
    7. Earbuds themselves feel a little “cheap plastic-y”
     
    DAC & AMP (Tube) – Additional Comments
    Pros:
    1. Mids became poppy - I guess this is a slight improvement?  Not my taste but I guess it’s a bit more crispy, not clean though (5/10)
    Cons:
    1. Bass – Calm but still not quality – Handled as low as 60hz decently.  It loses tone and flavor around 50hz.   (5/10)
    2. Highs – still sucked – 3/10

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