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JLab JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds (White)
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- Premium sound quality, Compact size, and Sleek design
- Soft silicone ear buds provide a super comfortable, noise reducing fit
- High intensity listening experience with crisp, clear sound and deep bass
- Works with every iPod, mp3 player, CD, portable DVD, and Laptop
- Goldplated 3.5 mm audio jack for premium, no-loss sound connection to your audio device.
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JLab Audio JBuds
Noise Reduction and Great Sound Quality in a Tiny Package
JBuds with Mic + Track Control are the perfect companion for your Smartphone, iPod, MP3 player, laptop, portable DVD, MD, radio, or other audio devices, combining sleek design, premium sound quality, noise reduction, and maximum comfort.
Comfortable and Convenient
The soft silicone earbuds fit perfectly inside your ears, allowing you to comfortably enjoy your music non-stop while blocking outside noise. A 4.5-foot cord gives you extra space to maneuver. The JBuds give you a high-intensity listening experience with crisp, clear sound and powerful bass.
In the details:
- Premium sound quality, Compact size, and Sleek design.
- Soft silicone ear buds provide a super comfortable, noise reducing fit.
- High intensity listening experience with crisp, clear sound and deep bass.
- Works with every iPod, iPhone, iPad, Android, mp3 player, CD, portable DVD, PSP, MD, and Laptop.
- Gold-plated 3.5 mm audio jack for premium, no-loss sound connection to your audio device.
- JLab’s World-Class Service
- 30-day Money-Back Guarantee
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Jbuds||Core||Fit 2.0||Epic Bluetooth||Flex Headphones|
|Description||Classic earbuds||Custom fit earbuds with mic||Fitness earbuds with mic||Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds||Metal Built Studio Headphones|
|Availability||Seven Colors||Four colors||Two color||Three color||One Color|
|Microphone||With and Without Mic||Mic||Mic||Mic||Mic|
|Tips/Options||3 tips||4 Tips, 2 Cush Fins||7 Tips, Memory Wire Earhook||6 Tips, Memory Wire Earhook||Over Ear|
|Notes||Greatest value you'll find||Sweat proof and Washable||10 hour battery, sweat proof and washable||Foldable with Case|
|Suggested for||Anyone||Small to mid sized ears||Running and working out||Premium wireless audio experience, fitness||Travel and work out in style|
|30 Day Guarantee||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime||Limited Lifetime||Limited Lifetime||Limited 1 year||Limited Lifetime|
Top Customer Reviews
Update on 12-21-06: I've come to be more impressed with my JBuds over the last two weeks, marvelling at the bright, crisp, and yes, warm sound that comes out of these inexpensive buds. Perhaps, as I've read in some of the headphone information that is out there, that there is a "breaking in" period, which has something to do with loosening the tranducer. In any event, I'd have to give these JBuds another star.
Second Update 10-8-07: My only complaint about the JBuds is that sleeping with them at night I will sometimes wake up and the bud will have fallen off. I can't secure the buds to my satisfaction; however, the JBuds are so comfortable I deal with this problem.
Third Update 1-7-08: The sound is not quite as good as the slightly more expensive V-Moda; however, the JBuds are easier on my ears for long-term (I sleep with them on) listening. Also the JBuds have a longer extension and don't pull out of the radio or iPod headphone jack as easily as the V-Modas, so again on balance the JBuds are better.
1) completely superficial reason - it matches my black ipod
2) completely non superficial reason - it's better for my hearing
I typcially keep the sound on my ipod locked at 75% to minimize damage to my ears. With these JBuds I don't have to take that precaution, because I never have to raise the volume up that high. And I listen to my ipod chiefly going back and forth on the subway in D.C., where it can be pretty difficult to block out the sound of the train. I'm really glad I bought them.
Two words of caution, however. First, I don't think the sound is as good as it was with the Sony headphones. I listen mostly to podcasts and audiobooks, though, so it doesn't affect me much. Also, I'm not an audiophile so my standards aren't that high. Secondly, I've gone through 3 pairs of these types of headphones due to the rubber tips falling off. While I prefer these type of headphones to other in-ear phones (I've got small ears, and other types hurt), this is getting pretty aggravating. So electronic companies? Work on that.
Well, I've read the 1-star reviews and not all of them are by people who are sound-afficionados concerned with clarity, bass, etc. No, the majority of 1-star ratings concern a crackling and then total failure of one of the earbuds. My 1-star review falls in that category.
I'd had these earbuds exactly 3 months when the right-side earbud started to die. At first, if I wiggled the jack or held the wire a certain way, and remained perfectly still, it'd come back but only go out again. I became so focused on holding/wiggling the wire that there were times I forgot what I was trying to listen to on the podcasts.
Today was the last time I attempted the odd hold/wiggle/be still sychronization. Nothing worked. I think now it's gone for good and I'm down to one earbud, which is annoying and leaves me with mono-ear. Can't think of anything unusual I did. Just sat on the train and walked in the train station. Disappointing.
Unfortunately, I snagged and broke the wire on the Sennheiser's, and I had to buy another pair. Next, I decided to buy a cheap pair of JBuds as an interim back up for the next time I busted a wire. Much to my surprise, I found the sound of the $20 JBuds better than both the $50 Sennheiser's and the $25 Sony's!
In my opinion, the JBuds have a clearly discernable richer sound which seems to result from better reproduction of both the highs and lows. I connected a tee to the stereo jack of my Cowon iAudio G3 MP3 player, and plugged the JBuds into one jack, and the Sennheisers into the other. I played one of my favorite songs "Give It Up" by Etta James, and swapped the earbuds every few seconds. I was blown away. The JBuds sounded much better to me. As an Electronic Engineer I would like to see frequency response charts for the two types of buds to objectively confirm my subjective response, but I doubt the reliable tests are available.
In fairness, I want to state that the Sennheiser's are a number of months old, and they have spent hours in my sweaty ear canals as I jog a couple of miles a day. Perhaps, their audio quality has deteriorated.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received the headphones today and with my first use, I noticed that no sound was coming out of the right ear bud although the left one was working. These headphones are useless.Published 6 days ago by Mindy
These last a good while, have good sound quality.
They always break at the wire/plug interface.
I've tried several brands. This is the best quality ear bud at this price level I've ever had. I keep a pair in each vehicle plus another for jogging. Can't be beat!!Published 7 days ago by Les P
Save you money! These earbuds are not worth it at any price. The sound is muffled and the range when listening to music is very limited!Published 8 days ago by omega85