Summary: I bought these after my pair of Sennheiser CX-300 II's fell out of my pocket, as a short-term solution until I could find something I really wanted. The packaging on them is excellent, with the headphones in a sturdy box that you're unlikely to ever lose.
Pros: Tangle-free cable, packaging, good microphone, good build quality, decent mids and treble
Cons: Difficult fit, cable noise, little isolation, anemic sound
Summary: t-JAYS Four Review and JAYS Curves Quick Review
Full review at http://www.head-fi.org/t/659123/t-jays-four-review-and-jays-curves-review
Thanks to JAYS for the sample.
Brief: Uber fancy EQ stuff for Idevices
Price: £80 for the t-JAYS Four £2 for JAYS Curves
Specification: Driver Type 10...
Pros: Look simply superb, sumptuous rich sound with Dirac in use.
Cons: It’s a big price jump for a mic and its essentially an Idevice only earphone.
Summary: I bought these as a replacement for the crap apple headphones. I immediately appreciated the nice, loud and solid sound, and how they felt like they belonged in my ears. The concave shape of the casing just feels right.
Pros: Great ipod/iphone controls, great ergonomic design, nice thick tangle free cable, plenty of earbud sizes to choose from.
Cons: Poor isolation, buds tend to pop out, audio is a tad "hollow" at times, no pouch!
The headphone itself is very good and comfortable to wear
D. Winter "DPW", Amazon
21 January 2015
Summary: The headphone itself is very good and comfortable to wear. I like the sound. The flat cable is very well designed to avoid the cable getting entangled. What struck me was that I bought 2 sets of headphones for my Iphone5 and both broke within a month of use.
Summary: Bought these to replace a pair of Beat Tour 2's ( which cost £120) that I'd ripped the jack off of in a fight with my office chair. I was concerned they'd not sound as good but I actually can't tell the differences.