Summary: I liked the sound on 1st listen, but soon noticed a lack of bass. I've rectified this to a reasonable extent by adjusting my Ipod output controls, and am reasonably happy with it now (I wouldn't say I'm a connaseur with regard to sound quality). Otherwise quite pleased with these earphones.
Summary: I bought these to replace my JVC Xtreme Xplosives that I thought I'd lost somewhere. They're probably a bit better in terms of sound quality but I'm not so sure about the build quality. I wear earphones while I'm working out, this as you might imagine, gets sweaty. Sweat very likely gets on the earphones.The JVC's were fine with this and the remote still works (I eventually found them), but after one session at the gym the a-Jays remote stopped working completely.
OK - not as good as sennheiser for equivalent price
Andrew Hassall, Amazon
10 March 2014
Summary: Sound is OK, but the bass is a little underweight I thought. The shape of the plastic next to the ear bud is such that it digs into my ear on one side. This is only true after prolonged use but still....
Summary: I'm really happy with this set. It's my second pair as my first only survived the washing machine so many times. The only issue I have is the incredibly wasteful designer box they come in... apart from the waste I think about 25% (if not more) of the cost of this product goes towards paying for something I will never use again after opening.
Summary: They look very stylish however in terms of sound when walking the rubber creates vibrations which distorts the sound a little. Also because the cabling is quite heavy the fit in your ear has to be exact which it is not for me anyway so when jogging they sometimes fall out.
Summary: Wanted replacements headphones. The Jays are a touch trebly and lack the bass response of my favourite in-ear headphones the Sound Magic E10s. For the price they are reasonable value. RS trumps everyone on that score. Major drap is that the tangle free headphones work but the chord is so heavy and sticky that its a challenge to keep the earphone in place on the move.
Summary: I got these earphones for their low price and tangle-resistant cables. The sound quality isn't amazing, though that's not something I particularly care about. The first thing I noticed is that they look a bit strange when you put them on. Due to the outward shape of the earpieces and the sturdiness of the cable, they slightly open to the sides. Not the coolest look:) In addition, the left earpiece stopped working properly after about 4 months.
Summary: Comfortable, good quality headphones but the way the buds seal against your ear mean that every time you move, you get a loud booming noise so these are useless for e.g. when you're running ! Sound quality is good although bass heavy.
Pros: non-tangling cable , comfortable , good quality
Cons: useless for running , earbuds detach and get lost fairly easily , hard to find earbud replacements
Summary: Decent sound for the rather low price. However, it was not compatible with my Sony Xperia Arc, which required me to buy an adapter for it to work. After having used it for a month or so I feel that the tangle free chord is an issue, it creates alot of vibrations which you can hear while listening to music.