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This review is from: Mee audio Original Series SX-31 In-Ear Earphones for iPod and MP3 Players (White)
Pros: 5 eggs for the price. These were normally $12 and I got them for $7 via Promo code.
Wasn't expecting much, my gold-plated Rosewill buds started cutting out on one ear (a pet peeve of mine) so I had to get something asap. I ordered these with a pair of full-sized headphones for my music production, so these are my between-class earbud of choice now.
Right out of the box, they are a bit iffy, but give them ten minutes with med-high volume to loosen up.
Comes with 3 sizes of in-ear cushions.
Adequate cord length for listening.
Zipper-like piece on headphones for tightening up the 2 separate strands going to each earpiece. Makes so you can "tighten up" under your chin or length of choice.
Cons: Somewhat uncomfortable, but not bad. It's the right amount of uncomfortable for around 10 bucks. The sound quality will make you forget.
Other Thoughts: Great headphones for the price. These are an unlikely score.
The Good: sound (especially lows), cord length, price.
The Bad: Somewhat uncomfortable.
The Verdict: buy them if you want a replaceable, but valuable, ear-bud.
This review is from: JVC HA-RX700 Stereo Headphone
Pros: Exceptional clarity out of the box. As opposed to most headphones I have used. I'm excited because most reviews read that these headphones get even better with time. They are currently sitting on my desk, playing music and "loosening up" some.
Proven JVC quality.
1/4 - 1/8 adapter. Does not screw on, simply off-and-on.
Cons: Very big in size. Best for home use or travel.
Line may be a bit too long for some listeners (perfect for home situations/music producers)
Other Thoughts: For the quality at this price, look no further. Seriously.READ FULL REVIEW