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. Included with the headphones are five different pairs of tips, for different sized ears, a lengthy printed user manual, and the headphones themselves.
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 mm TCD Dynamic Speaker, Sensitivity 98dB @ 1kHz, Impedance 16 Ohm @ 1kHz, Frequency Response 15 Hz – 25 000 Hz, Earphones Finish Rubber Coated Black / Metal, Isolation ...
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. The nice tangle free cable was great for just tossing in my pocket and pulling them out, giving them a shake or two, and they are good to go. Another design feature I liked was the 90 degree 1/8 jack.
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!