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  1. keanex

    [Multi-Review] Examining the JVC Marshmallow, HA-FX33/34/35/30

      Years ago I was searching for a cheap headphone that I could use for running. I didn't care much about the sound quality I was mostly looking for something that would hold up to some serious abuse while having some bass for the electronic music I run to. My search led me to the JVC...
  2. kramer5150

    JVC FX33 Mod.

    I thought I'd start a dedicated thread, I posted this on that other thread-monster and it wasn't getting the visibility on page ~30. Here you go!! Compared to a stock phone, this mod makes them brighter and increases upper mids and treble, so its no longer overwhelmed by the bass. If you...
  3. hypertek

    looking for cheap replacement for my jvc fx33 that i dragged on the ground

    Yo! ok so I am unemployed at the momment.. I had these fx33 for almost a year now as my portible earphones for my zune mp3 player with a fiio e5 pumping it up. I enjoyed the sounds, awesome cheap earphones that sound good, even did the so called "mod " to them.   Just curious if there is any...
  4. Anno

    Best earphones under $30?

    Hey, I'll be using them with a portable player most of the time. Good build quality, comfortable. I live in Australia also. Whats the best in this pricerange? Thanks
  5. HeadphoneAddict

    REVIEW: Nuforce NE-7M iPhone IEM vs Denon C700 and Klipsch Image X10 (NE-8 Impressions Added 1/15/09)

    I posted much of this in another thread that was started in July before these were released, but I have done more listening and impressions with the Denon C700 and Image vs these IEM which will be found in the final section below. FIRST IMPRESSIONS 11/13/08 right out of the box, about 2PM...
  6. JVC HAFX33A Marshmallow In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Blue)

    JVC HAFX33A Marshmallow In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Blue)

    JVC's Marshmallow comfortable, soft ear bud headphones fit in the inner ear for pure sound delivery requiring minimum space. Uses JVC original 8.5mm driver unit, the smallest in the industry.
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