Summary: One of the main reasons I bought these earphones was the "non-tangle" cables but they have proven to be their biggest downfall. Overall the earphones are solid, good build quality, look good and the sound is excellent. On the sound, it is clean with a lot of detail and a good low end with a lot of bass, very pleased. Comes with a load of fit tips so it's easy to get a tight fit in your ear to get the most of that bass. Now, on to those cables.
Volume controls don't work with Android version Kit Kat
R. London "RAL123", Amazon
8 April 2014
Summary: The volume controls do not work on the latest version of Android. This is a product "built for Android" yet the App that accompanies these headphones does not work on the latest version of Android. The volume controls do not work on the latest version of Android, they are not supported. That is absurd. I could have bought the cheaper product instead which does not have volume controls.
Summary: Sound quality is acceptable but personally I couldn't find a set of earbuds that were comfortable. However, the rubberised cable is the most annoying thing about these earphones. When running the cable underneath clothing, from inside a jacket pocket for example, it snags and grips constantly so they always feel like they're being pulled out of your ears. It does serve the purpose of not tangling, though, to be fair.
Summary: The ludicrously snazzy box is worth much more than the headphones themselves. Very muffled mid and high ranges which have presumably been sacrificed to over-pronounce the bass. Their arrival coincided with the purchase of two new albums, which I listened to almost exclusively. So I didn't notice how awful these were until I forgot them one day and found myself using the cheap earbuds that came with my iphone. My jaw dropped. The music was completely different.
Summary: My girlfriend is a fan of Jays headphones. Even after losing hers she was happy to go back and buy another pair (aJays Fours, so a more expensive set). These didn't live up to the same standards sadly. Sound quality is average, I've had better from £20 Seinheissers. The one-click control only worked for half of the features on my Galaxy S3 (and I had downloaded the app). And finally I had a faulty right earbud. It would drop out if the jack was moved too much.
Summary: First of all, attempting to get the headphones to even stay in my ears or for that matter, anyone else's ears is near impossible. If you slightly move or stand up they will fall out (no matter the size of the plastic bits). Sound quality is what I was sort of disappointed on. It has nice treble but seems to be lacking quite highly in Bass. Now I'm not one for huge bass, however it seems to be fully lacking it with only minor bass.
Summary: These sound really great, and are packaged well -albeit a little excessively. However the size of these means they didn't fit in my ears well, despite trying all the available 'silicone sleeves'. This meant they were uncomfortable and fell out really easily. After a few months I think my ears had changed to accommodate them a little better, but they still were uncomfortable. After just over 5 months they stopped working in one ear.
Summary: Son unos buenos auriculares. Pero, me quedo con los Senheisser CX300 o CX400 en calidad de sonido. Me gusta que los tres principales bloques de sonido, graves-medios-agudos, se mantengan en su sitio sin empastarse unos con o otros. Echo de menos el brillo de los agudos que ofrece Senheisser. En calidad de sonido, del 1 al 10, le doy un 7. Pero para gustos los colores...
Conclusion: Denne varen anbefales ikke! Jeg må innrømme at de har bra lydkvalitet, men dersom du skal sitte helt musestille og høre på musikk, kan de være greie. Men hvis du hører på musikk mens du går eller jogger, kommer disse øreproppene til å falle ut av ørene dine med en gang... De sitter ikke bra i ørene i det hele tatt, og det er mange andre ørepropper på markedet som er langt billigere og sitter i ørene! Disse anbefales ikke, dersom du skal vandre litt med øreproppene!