Excerpt: The sound is truly "sparkly" in the mid and upper levels and vocals are phenomenal. Bass is present and balanced for rock/pop, probably not the best choice for hip hop / dance. The fit is comfortable and easy.
Pros: Comfortable fit, Good For Pop Rock, Overall Design, Sparkling Clear Sound, Vocals Sound Awesome
Excerpt: Despite the set having a wide range of silicon sleeves, no matter which size I choos, the earphones keep falling out of my ear. This happens when I'm walking and I'm nit tugging at my earphones! Other than that, the noise isolation isn't very good, but if you're just looking for something to listen to your music and you're pretty patient and can live with the earPhones constantly dropping out, go out and get'em!
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Value, Lightweight, Stylish
Cons: Falls Off/Out Of Ear, Too Much Ambient Noise
Excerpt: Loved the booming bass on these. Overall sound balance good. Flat cables prevented tangles (a personal pet peeve). With five different sized earpieces, the fit was perfect and very comfortable. I highly recommend these.
Pros: Attractive Design, Booming bass, Durable, Good Audio
Summary: The reason why i bought these earphones was just the special offer I found about 2 years ago.
They were sell in bundle with a 16GB pendrive for about 45€, so I paid them less than 30€ or something close.
For that price there can't be any remorse.
The box is just splendid, inside you can find a strange circular small case for the eraphones (actually not that handly), airplane adapter and a splitter, built in great quality.
Pros: Aestethics, nice flat cable, fast and nice basses, huge step forward from a bundle earphone, survived to a go in the washing-machine, package.
Summary: These are considered entry level IEM's. So I had them for over a month now to let their sound signature burn in. From what I've noticed, these IEM's are geared more towards the high's. The bass is lacking and often times drowned out by the excess high's.
The biggest concern (is also the selling point) is the flat tangle-free cable. My biggest concern with them is the white noise it generates. The surface area really has a toll on the amount of white noise.
Summary: I bought these Jays while looking for a good entry-level IEM to upgrade from the ibuds.
These IEMs, to my ears, sounded V-shaped. Elevated bass with aggressive treble.
I could not stand listening to some tracks with these on because of the sibilance.
The flat cable is very worrying for me, especially how it is terminated. The plug just seems like it is just waiting to fail because it just looks, and feels, very cheap and fragile.
Microphonics is another major issue.
For headphones that cost the £35 I paid for them the sound quality is terrible. I was expecting at least some good bass ...
Mr. B. H. Malin, Amazon
6 January 2015
Summary: Gave these 3 stars but really I'm leaning towards 2 or even 1 star as the only strong selling point from them is the cable and reletively attactive look. For headphones that cost the £35 I paid for them the sound quality is terrible. I was expecting at least some good bass but I really didn't think they were much better than my iphone headphones and far inferior to my Shure's and Magicsound headphones.
Summary: I've had these for about a year now. Amazing products that are still going strong. Typically, earphones last me about a year. Maybe a year and a half before I notice things going wrong with them. But these Jays have been a godsend to me. Tangle free so no more frustration and time wasted untangling. Sounds great. I prefer the sounds of some cheaper Sennheisers but these are pretty much the same. Wish it had more compatibility with Android with its controls though.