Excerpt: In the past several weeks, I have been reviewing speakers and headphones, but I am back doing some earphones. I had forgotten – for a short while – how important a good seal is. Unless you have a near-perfect fit, you can kiss any bass goodbye. Such is the case with the . After trying all five sizes of supplied tips, I just couldn’t get a decent seal, thus little bass. Maybe it’s my ears, who knows? So I attached my go-to tips I have used in other reviews and … voilà!
Pros: Cool looking, Accurate bass, Sturdy
Cons: No case included, White model is a dirt magnet, Tips did not give a good seal (for this reviewer)
Excerpt: When I was a kid, I discovered something amazing: detangler. You spray some on your hair, and voilà, a comb will run right through it no matter how tangled it was. To my knowledge, this product hasn’t been invented for headphone cables, and that’s a darn shame. But Jays seems to have solved the tangled cables problem anyway with the a-JAYS Four. These earbuds sport a flat rubber cable that just doesn’t tangle. I really tried, too.
Summary: Today we set off on a quest, an audible quest with a pair of A-Jays Four in-ear phones. Are they worth your time? Should you return yours (if you bought them but haven’t tried them out yet)? Do they at least look good. All good questions to which we have the answers.
Conclusion: This headset works excellent, it has clear sound and works well when you make calls or watch movies. The only flaw that I’ve found so far has been that since the earphones isolate you from the outside world you can clearly hear the cord scratching against your coat. I would gladly swap it any day for the original headset since I can with these listen to music, videos, and make calls with excellent clear sound!
Conclusion: For a mere $15 more, you get the same amazing sound as the a-Jays Three, but with controls for the Apple iPhone. You no longer need to unplug your headphones to take a call. The packaging is top-notch and we are happy to see that these too have a two-year warranty attached. Our only complaint is that Jays left out the popular accessories – airline adapters, splitter and carrying case. Come on, guys.
Excerpt: The £49.99 a-Jays Four earphones have been designed with the iPhone in mind. They feature a remote, 35mm in length, that echoes the styling of Apple’s smartphone and allows iPhone users to answer, conduct or decline calls. But are they all style and no substance? Visit Group test: what are the best headphones?
Excerpt: Of course, we here at Macworld Australia love our Apple products. Usually, we’ve got very little to gripe about with any of its gear or gadgetry. But, let’s face it – the little white earphones that come bundled with your iPhone or iPod really aren’t much chop.