Excerpt: First let me say I am no audio-file. I like my music, but I am not the person to ask about high fidelity. What I am looking for in earbuds is something that won't fall out of my ear, and will last longer than a few months. The J2s have done both quite well. Since the J2 comes with three different sizes of silicone covers, I am able to tailor the fit to my ear.
Excerpt: I work from home as a transcriptionist with 4 kids at home!! I need ear phones that cancel noise but still allow me to hear some stuff. These are by far the best I have come across to date. And the best part, I got them for $10 and they are originally $60!!
Excerpt: I ordered a pair of Jbuds J2 headphones for a Christmas gift to a family member, and another pair for myself. They were incredibly impressive after breaking them in. Some reviews I had read on them said that they did not have enough bass in them, but I had absolutely no problems with the bass levels of the headphones. I use them to listen to everything from mellow acoustic bands to hardcore and metal bands, and I have no complaints.
Excerpt: I was able to snag these for $10 and in that price range there is not much competition. However I would not pay more for it because the Jbuds J2 just don't offer good sound. The bass is very strong and the midrange frequencies are also present, but the there is absolutely no high response and there is an over all muddy/unclear effect.
Excerpt: Let's face it, the iPhone earbuds suck. Why pay so much for an awesome mp3 player only to be limited by the headphones you're using. I've had good experience with Jbuds before, their Jbuds1 specifically. Those were decent quality for a really cheap price. As good as the original Jbuds were, they were far from great. That's why I figured paying a premium for the Jbuds2 would be worth it.