Summary: The JVC Marshmallows that garnered so many rave reviews on audio sites were the HA-FX35 buds. Those were honestly the best buds you could get under $30, maybe even $50. These HA-FX30 buds are relatively new, meant to replace the 35s. These are absolutely HORRIBLE.
Pros: JVC used to make quality Marshmallows. The HA-FX35 was clear evidence of this.
JVC Marshmallow Earbuds are great and they are constructed from memory foam material
christopher c., Newegg
11 April 2014
Pros: JVC HA-FX30-B Marshmallow Earbuds, Black is a great set of earbuds. I love how they fit in my ears. I think you will love these earbuds too. These earbuds are actual constructed from memory foam material. The features and specifications are follow. I hope my helps you in your research and thank y...
Summary: I was hoping for more from JVC, given amazing sound in a different style of headphones from them that I own. Will use my one old working headphone for now.
Pros: Louder than my old Sony in-ear headphones.
Cons: Dry / flat sound! Memory foam feels a tad *warm* in my ear, whereas thin rubber on old headphones feels cooler. No movable rubber/plastic splitter on the wire, which means any stress on the wire will go directly to the fixed splitter, which means shortened lifetime.
Pros: I was looking for a well received pair of earphones that were at a cheap price. I was fortunate enough to find this on here. The sound quality is great and it's also extremely comfortable due to the memory foam earplugs. Highly recommended!
Summary: Complete waste of money. Absolute garbage. Built for people who hate music.
Pros: They technically produce sound. So technically speaking, they work.
Cons: The sound these earbuds produce is so bad there is no reason to pay money, any money at all, for these worthless pieces of commodity garbage. I am not kidding when I say the *free* earbuds that came with my cellphone sound better. I just opened my new JVCs about 30 minutes ago... As write this re...
Pros: You get what you pay for. These earphones are still both working perfectly and I really couldn't go to school without them. I keep it in my bookbag at all times and still no damage or problems with it.
Cons: Besides the quality not being BOSE, nothing.
Pros: Inexpensive for the quality. These are basically comfortable earplugs with a built in speaker. The sound quality (esp. bass) and volume is good and when you are wearing them, you cannot hear any outside noise. Very comfortable design.
Summary: All in all, these are great for 10 bucks. At 15 I would still be decently satisfied. If they were 20 bucks I would probably feel ripped off. If you need earbuds, buy these while they're cheap!
Pros: They're pretty comfortable. also, the sound isn't bad. they have a little bit of static which distorts the music a tiny bit, but for 10 dollars these are a steal. I would recommend them to anyone who can't afford to shell out the cash for high end buds.
Cons: Like I said before, there's a little bit of static which distorts the music, but it's hardly noticeable. The package is also ridiculous to open, but that could just be me