Summary: Contrary to my expectations, the Lil’ Jamz are not a low-budget version of the Monster Turbine earphones, offering instead a heavily colored, sparkly sound signature closer to something I’d expect from Denon or JVC.
Summary: It would seem that the midbass-heavy balance of the Jamz should appeal to the non-audiophile much in the same way the ever-popular Sennheiser CX300 does – the Jamz are not nearly as aggressive as the Beats by Dr Dre Tour and not as bright or tinny as the Lil’ Jamz.
Pros: User-friendly cable, 3-year warranty, sound is very relaxed and non-fatiguing
Cons: Minor construction issues, very sensitive to insertion depth, bland-sounding
Summary: I've had these for a while. I got them for the mic for my phone. Before these I used the Lil Jamz, which are the same thing without the mic. Pricewise they are cheap to find now. Design is nice to me. Isolation is pretty good, but comfort is a hit or miss for me.
Summary: Jamz looks better than sounds. For $130 you can find many better options. In one of the forthcoming articles we will speak about Lil' Jamz, which sounds much better and costs the same.
Jamz has the following drawbacks.
Summary: Итак, Jamz получились наушниками, которые лучше встречать «по одёжке» и особо не вслушиваться в их звучание. За четыре тысячи рублей можно подыскать вариант и получше. В одной из следующих статей мы поговорим о модели Lil' Jamz, которая, на мой взгляд, звучит заметно лучше, а стоит примерно тех же...