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JVC HA-FX3X Black Intraaural In-ear headphone - headphones (Intraaural, In-ear, Wired, 5 - 25000 Hz, 104 dB, Black)
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- Extreme Deep Bass Ports and 0.39"(10mm) Neodymium driver units deliver ultimate bass sound
- Aluminum body for vibration suppression, clear sound and a look of quality
- Tough Rubber Protectors for body durability and anti-impact body
- Superior sound isolation
- Comfortable fit with ergonomic contoured form
- 2.0mm-thick and robust 3.94 ft (1.2m) pure copper cable (Y-type)
- Gold-plated iPhone compatible slim plug
- Special hard carrying case included
- S/M/L silicone earpieces included
3.5 mm connector: Y
Acoustic system: Closed
Carrying case: Y
Colour of product: Black
Connectivity technology: Wired
Connector contacts plating: Gold
Ear coupling: Intraaural
Extension cable length: 1.2 m
Extra earbuds: Y
Headphone frequency: 5 - 25000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity: 104 dB
Impedance: 16 Ω
Maximum input power: 200 mW
Weight: 6.2 g
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First off, the usual disclaimer: I am not an audiophile, but I know what I like. I enjoy a broad range of music from rock to country to classical and I like to listen to it in a variety of situations - while out for a walk or jog, while sitting at home, driving or while falling asleep.
Ok, that out of the way, on to the review.
I've been on a mission lately to try several different (affordable) types of earbuds to see what the differences are, and what $20 or $40 or $70 will get you. So far, I've tried several - from $5 Big Lots specials to NuForce NE-600, Klipsch S4 to ThinkSound TS02. These JVCs are the latest to cross my path and I decided to give them a try.
Looking for a sturdy pair of 'buds, I decided to opt for the metal-case version of these IEMs (they're also available - and slightly cheaper - in an all-plastic version). Also, I just personally prefer the feeling of metal to plastic. To me, it just seems to make the earbuds seem all that much more durable.
And durable seems to be a very good word to describe these. Along with "stout," "indestructible," and several other adjectives along those lines. These things are BIG! Not uncomfortably so, well, not to me, at least (see below) but if you imagine what most people would consider to be an average size for earbuds - then add about 10% - you'll probably have an idea of the size of these JVCs. Even the cord seems somewhat thicker and tougher than most. It even survived getting caught in a co-worker's locker door without a scratch.
The pair I bought were used but in very good condition and in original packaging, which was the usual over-done layer upon layer of theft-resistant plastic sure to clog our landfill as it slowly refuses to degrade over the next century. Very hard to open, but - since they were used - someone else had done the hard work for me. Score.
With a hard plastic storage case and three sizes of eartips, they came with pretty much everything anyone could ask for. Well, all I could ask for, anyway. The different eartips allow a somewhat custom fit to the wearer's ear canal (especially useful with larger, heavy earbuds like these) and are easily swapped out to find the best fit. The mediums seemed best for me.
Other reviewers remarked that the higher frequencies seemed somewhat harsh, at least until after burn-in, and I would be inclined to agree. Since I bought these used, it is impossible to know how many hours they already had on them before they came to me, but I would venture to say not many, since there was virtually zero wear and tear on the set, and the highs did indeed seem sharp and pronounced. They seemed to settle down a bit after several hours of use, but remain noticeable.
The bass is what most other people seem to love about them and yes, they do have bottom. Full and tight, but not boomy or obnoxious. These seem to be tuned to what I've often seen referred to as "Rock" or "Pop" equalization, where the lows and highs are bumped up and the midrange frequencies are left relatively flat. This is not a bad thing, but it seems best when used for loud, lively, modern tunes - indeed, "Rock" or "Pop." I tried them with classical and they felt a bit uneven, the equalization unnaturally accentuating the dynamics of the music. Even jazz would, I think, do better on 'phones that are more balanced across the spectrum. The separation was good, however and the soundstage seemed decent, if not remarkable.
To get a few other opinions, I took these to work and had a few other people try them. One - a petite Asian woman, said they sounded fine, but were too large for her (admittedly small) ears and another - a 20something guy of average height/weight - said they even seemed uncomfortably large to him. He described wearing them as feeling "like Frankenstein... with bolts sticking out of his neck." Wearing these while jogging might require looping the cords up/over the backs of the ears. Speaking of which - the cord - red and thick, sort of like Monster Cable - terminates in a gold-plated straight plug and seems tangle-resistant and does not seem to transmit much noise through the cable when moving around as I've noticed with other IEMs.
If you're like your music loud and punchy with lots of bass and lively high-end, and you need earbuds that can take a beating, these JVCs might be just the ticket!
 unfortunately i must completely retract my previous review of this item. in time, the item proved faulty and easily broken. the FIRST pair i had broken in one week. i was listening to music in the right ear only, then a song i appreciate came on and i wanted to fully immerse myself into the music, so i inserted the left earphone and there was no sound. at first i thought that maybe i didn't have the earphone plugged in right, so i took it out of my ear and placed it back into my ear. there was still no sound. i continued to try everything to get sound but nothing. it must be a fault with the speaker itself. i played with the cord and ran my fingers through it to see if there was a short in the cable but nothing. i took the cover off the plug (seemed like it didn't do much anyway since it wasn't attached to the cord) to see if there was a wire break and nothing. the only problem left is inside the ear-bud. i didn't open it to see. i filed a complaint and received a replacement. the replacement also broke within one week. i am not harsh to my headphones and especially headphones that cost me `$38.00. with the "thick wire" and "metal housing", i expected more quality. once the last pair broke i got a refund and started searching for new headphones at around the same price range. i found another review of these headphones with the same experience as i had. they have great sound but terrible quality (two stars because of the great sound quality). i ended up buying Klipsch IMAGE S4 In-Ear Enhanced Bass Noise-Isolating Headphones (Black). so far so good but i'm going to wait a week or so until i put a review for these.
The sound is great! From dubstep to Willie, rap to rock, these produce clean notes and I hear nuances I hadn't heard before.Crisp highs and deep lows. there were an abundance of eartips,but I like the oversized ones. The cord is thicker and more robust than others. I love the 'buds and use them almost all day at work.
The downsides are limited, but do exist. The plug is not a right angle tip and may cause difficulty keeping these sounding great from stress of the plug. The case is a little small, I use one from a pair of beats that works fine. Lastly, the size. they are slightly bulky in the ear.
Low freq. bass, clean highs
All genres of music sound better
Appears similar to beats at a fraction of the cost
Larger than normal (like Monster Turbines or Skullcandy TiTans)
Case is snug
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