Summary: Great set of earplugs with pretty nice sound. Very balanced between bass, mid range and top notes, sturdy built and great fit. Perfect for a year and a half till jack stick came loose and sound ultimately disappeared. Used almost everyday during train ride but stored in the pouch when not in use. Oh well, they lasted longer than RHA that came apart after 4 months.
Summary: Good service first of all. As describred althought the whole 'HD sound' is a bit of a laugh, not sure how that even works as sound is either clear or not IMO. The earphones are of really good quality and the sound is pretty clear in fairness, the only problem is that they do not have any bass what so ever, which leads me to believe that the sound quality is only as good as it is because there is no bass. For £10 i bought some XXL JVC headphones and the bass was immense!
Summary: After reading the fantastic reviews on here, I thought I was in for a treat. Don't get me wrong, they're a good set of earphones, but not nearly as bass-driven as I'd like or, indeed, as other people stated. The treble seems a little too crisp, and whilst the volume is very good and powerful, it lacks that extra "umph" that I thought I'd be getting after reading product reviews.
Summary: I bought these earphones after seeing the great reviews here. I have got to say - there isn't really a noticeable difference from my previous pair of earphones. I used to own Creative Labs EP-630 which were great, but I lost them. Having said that, the sound quality of Jvc HA-FXC80E is good, the sound is a little more crisp than previous earphones I've owned, but the bottom line is these are about twice more expensive than my previous earphones and not really...
Summary: Bought these to replace some 5yr old Sure in ear headphones which had failed (cracked cable). Read the glowing Amazon reviews and expected them to be great. Unfortunately didn't think this was the case. PROS : comfortable (with the medium sized buds). Previously I found even smallest earbuds a bit tight; Decent bass CONS : Loads of external sound leakage. I wouldn't use these on a train / bus etc. Way too antisocial.