Summary: JVC’s entry-level clarity-oriented model delivers exactly what it promises – a bright, clarity-oriented signature that doesn’t sacrifice the one must-have trait of a successful entry-level earphone – solid bass.
Pros: Minimal cable noise, great clarity and detail
Cons: No strain relief on housing entry, recessed lower mids, treble energy may be excessive for some
Conclusion: Despite their somewhat bright and harsh treble, the JVC HA-FX40s do have a lot going for them. The fit, comfort and security are excellent, especially for only $30 — and they still sound noticeably better than the dreadfully awful giveaway buds often included with your MP3 player or phone.
Summary: This is great for the price. Its sound reminds me of Stax headphones or electrostatic speakers, both of which I don't own, but have heard on a few occasions. It needs extensive(100+ hours?) breaking in to help tame the highs and bring out the bass.
Pros: great clarity and detail
Cons: highs can be too strong at times. No strain reliefs on buds. Plug is not right angle
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