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. JVC must've priced headphones to the absolute lowest bidder to manufacture these. Gone is the single wire after the y-split as well as the thingy that slides up to keep your headphones from tangling.
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 you for reading my review. • JVC Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbuds - Cool and Comfortable to Wear • Includes Two (2) Sizes of Memory Foam Earpieces • iPod, iPad, and iPhone Compa...
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 review, it is with my free earbuds back in my ears. These things really are just that bad. *These are free-earbud bad.* I bought these because of their fairly decent rating on N...
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