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Coby CVE92 Isolation Stereo Earphones

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  • In-ear isolation design helps block background noise
  • High-performance 10mm drivers for full-range sound with deep bass
  • Sleek, lightweight design for serious portability
  • Soft silicone ear-cup Design for maximum comfort
  • 3.5mm L-shaped stereo plug
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Product Specifications

Brand NameCoby
Color NameWhite

Technical Details

  • Noise-Isolating

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 4 x 1.2 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FOYMKU
  • Item model number: cve92
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,394 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

Amazon.com

Coby CVE92 Isolation Stereo Earphones are a great replacement for your missing MP3 player phones. These silicone earplugs boast a super lightweight and portable design, offering great sound and a comfortable fit.

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Lightweight design, great sound, and a comfortable fit.
Stylish and Portable

The CVE92s look great, with a sleek white design with silver accents, and weighs next to nothing for great portability.

It features a 3.5mm L-shaped stereo plug, making it an ideal choice for MP3 players, portable CD players, iPods, and more.

In-Ear Isolation

An in-ear design is convenient in that it blocks out background noise--ideal for commuting, plane flights, etc.

Full-Range Sound

Enjoy great sound quality thanks to high-performance 10mm neodymium drivers, which help deliver deep bass despite the lightweight construction.

Comfortable Fit

Silicone ear plugs ensure a perfect and comfortable fit.

What's in the Box
Coby CVE92 Isolation Stereo Earphones (White)

Product Description

Coby CVE92 Isolation Stereo Earphones are a great replacement for your missing MP3 player phones. These silicone earplugs boast a super lightweight and portable design, offering great sound and a comfortable fit.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

They fit comfortably in the ear.
L. Pel
The Coby earbuds are comfortable, and the sound is better than original OEM Apple buds.
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One of the earphone stopped working after 3 months, the other after 6 months.
Benoit

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

972 of 1,013 people found the following review helpful By Brandon E. Baker on December 14, 2007
I purchased these headphones and the JBuds headphones at the same time, just so I could compare the two. (I figured I could keep the one I don't like when the other ones go bad...) They both had very good reviews, and these (the Coby's) were 1/3 of the price, so I was kind of hoping they'd turn out to be better than the JBuds. But I was wrong. You really do get what you pay for, I guess. The Coby's were fine, don't get me wrong. But you could hear a noticeable difference between the sound quality in the JBuds and in the Coby's, and the sound in the JBuds was without a doubt more clear and more crisp. The Coby's also had problems with staying in my ear. Finally, the JBuds come with 3 different sizes; the Coby's only have one size.

Spend the extra $10. Go with the JBuds.
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124 of 130 people found the following review helpful By T. Andrich on November 17, 2007
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I gave this product 4 stars cause I rated the product based on price/value, product quality and sound quality. Based upon all these I believe for $10 after shipping, you just can not beat the sound of these earphones. Yes, they are bass heavy and tend to muddy the overall sound spectrum a bit because of this fact, but it is easily overcome with an EQ setting on the ipod. The sound seems tight and crisp to me listening to pop, rock and some jazz on a EQ setting of treble booster. I couldnt listen to it at full volume to see where I could head distortion in lower or higher freq. The cable lanyard going into the buds seems kind of fragile. The silicon tips feel much cheaper that the tips on my Sennheiser CX-300's. Yet, these babies play the music on my ipod much louder than the CX-300's and do not seem to distort as easy as the CX-300s in the lower freq from what I have seen. Bottom line-5 stars = price/value, 4 stars = product quality and 4 stars = sound quality. If you are rough on earphones, keep your $10. But, if you are looking for a replacement earphone for your ipod and you are on a tight budget and arent an audiophilist, these may be for you.
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403 of 446 people found the following review helpful By The Dragon Lady on October 11, 2007
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I've used plenty of earphones in my day. I've used headphones, I've had the ones shaped like circles that you have to stick in your ear (with our without that piece that wraps around your ears), and I've used big MONSTER headphones that look like those ones that plane traffic engineers use.

Never have I had a pair of earphones that are as comfortable as these. Many times, you get those earphones that you stick in your ear and they are VERY uncomfortable. Not so with these. They are so gentle. Comfort aside, these earphones are EXCELLENT. I can't hear a thing when I have them both on (which I think is a BIG PLUS). And the sound quality is excellent.

And you just can't beat the price for earphones of this size and quality. I highly recommend them.
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83 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dimock on March 7, 2010
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As a regular I-Pod user, I've never been that unhappy with the standard Apple I-Pod earbuds -- they don't sit terribly well in the ear, but I find the sound and design to be adequate. I've wondered if there is a low-cost alternative, and my wife doesn't like them because they are too big and uncomfortable.

Here is a review of five low-priced alternatives bought on Amazon in March 2010. The story in a nutshell -- all the $8-$10 earbuds are a slight step up from the Apple buds, all the $6 earbuds are a big step down.

JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds (Black) (paid ten dollars) (Four stars)
Positives: Good sound, decent comfort, long cord
Negatives: Too long cord, no "slider"
A very solid sound -- much like the Apple buds. These are a great low-cost in-ear alternative to the Apple buds. The sound balance is similar to the Apple's, but a bit crisper and clearer, perhaps due more to the in-ear design than the actual technology. The JBuds ship with three sizes of silicone ear-inserts for different size ears, though I personally find the fit to be awkward and a bit slippery (see SkullCandy review below). A 54" cord was the longest of the ones I tested, and arguably too long. Also, there is no "slider" on the cord to hold the buds together when you are storing them (A very nice feature of the standard Apple buds and others).

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It would be unfair to compare these earphones to the some other more expensive earphones I own like Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones or Philips SHE9850 In-Ear Headphones with Advanced Acoustics. The Coby earphones cannot reproduce the highs and lows as faithfully as those earphones in the sub $100 range. However,you get good sound for a tiny fraction of the cost of the high end earphones.

Sound Quality:
The Coby earphones compare very favorably to the in earphones in the sub $25 range like Philips SHE9500 Ultra Sound In Ear Headphones or JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds (White). The sound of these Coby earphones is decent, they also have good bass and pretty good noise reduction. The noise reduction is not as great as some of the sub $100 earphones I have used but is good enough for listening on a plane ride. This is probably the best noise reduction you can get in the sub $20 range!

Comfort:
These are one of the more comfortable in ear phones I've owned. The flex rubber sleeves are thinner than usual and fit comfortably in the ear. I can wear them for hours without feeling any discomfort. They also don't fall out which is a big plus. The only in ear headphone that was more comfortable than these is the Philips SE9850 that came with memory foam sleeves that molds to fit your ears.
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