Conclusion: Looking for for punchy bass without the burden of clunky studio cans? Ditch the wannabe earmuffs and grab a pair of these powerful welterweight champs. The $98 price tag pushes them to the upper edge of what most average consumers might consider, but the sound quality justifies it for those who want...
Summary: I use it with Sansa Clip+. The make a great couple. V-Jays are not the best headphones out there, also in its category, but for some it can be an optimal choice. I used to have the original PX100, but as a treble lover I didn't buy new ones after they broke.
Pros: tonal balance, good bass extension, lightweight, comfortable, timbre close to natural at all frequencies, spare earpads, extension cable
Cons: a little harsh upper midrange, foldable but still not comfy enough for carrying, sound not as refined as PX100, no case included
Jays v-Jays Headphones in Review – when Koss met Grado…
2 November 2009
Conclusion: Grab ‘em! The v-Jays is priced attractively enough that it warrants a buy. Is it the best-sounding headphone in the world? No, but for the price, it is certainly among the very best in a competitive class, and considering the market, one of the most balanced hardware releases.
Pros: Great construction, Safe packaging, Great sound quality, Light and comfortable
Cons: In the often graceless ~100$ category of folding headphones, the v-Jays has a touch of reserved midrange class. Full-sounding and powerful, instruments aren’t hot, nor over-poised – they don’t seep into other frequencies and blur the lows and highs. Clear and succinct, yet subtly strong, the v-Ja...
Summary: Svenska Jays ställer upp med en modell som verkligen skiljer sig från övriga i startfältet. Ultralätta, vikbara och med fyrkantiga membran gör dessa hörlurar till en intressant produkt. Ljudet är väldigt bra och kan inte bli annat än toppklass.