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JVC HARX700 Precision Sound Full Size Headphones - Black

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  • Deep bass sound reproduction with 50mm Neodymium driver unit and ring port structure
  • Ring port structure provides high-quality dynamic sound
  • Wide head pad for optimum comfort
  • 6.3mm plug adapter included
  • 11.48ft(3.5m)cord with gold-plated plug
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 9.7 x 4.5 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0013OWPV4
  • Item model number: HARX700
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (417 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 9, 2008

Product Description

Full-size headphones with deep bass sound reproduction with 50mm Neodymium driver unit and ring port structure. Pressure dispersion mesh head pad for comfortable long listening

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Customer Reviews

Clear highs, great mids, and pretty good bass.
I. Lopez
I wear them for *hours* and they are very comfortable, big headphones that cover the whole ear and don't pinch even with glasses.
Steffnee Anthony
I would definitely recommend this headphones to others that have a tight budget and can't afford to buy expensive ones.
Claudio

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152 of 154 people found the following review helpful By M. Lifshits on July 6, 2009
For the money, these "little" wonders are as good as it gets. After about 100 hours, their true character comes out - clean mids and highs, great soundstage, and visceral bass

Pros:
-Sound incredible for the money; can compete with MANY much higher-priced phones, especially of the boutique variety (Bose, Skullcandy, etc)
-Comfortable for long stretches
-Don't require a dedicated amplifier (but can still benefit from one)
-Simple, functional, and durable design

Cons:
-Pleather earcups get quite hot; not unique to these but rather a characteristic of all closed and semi-closed headphones with pleather cups

Other thoughts:
-Quite large. These compete with the Everglide S500's for being the biggest cans I own
-These aren't true closed phones. As such, they do not provide the isolation you may expect

Final thought:
-If you only have $50 to spend on full-size headphones, there is simply no point in looking any further. They aren't just great for the money. They are just plain great.
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Sean Pollard on February 24, 2011
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These are full-sized over ear headphones and have large 50mm neodymium magnet drivers. They are not open but not completely closed either. I would call them semi-open. With the ring port anti-resonace structure they leak a little sound at med-high volume and you can still hear around you with them on. I would guess perhaps at most a 10db reduction. Not nearly as much reduction as Inner ear monitors with typically have 20db or more. The 11.5 foot cord exits the left cup with a thick insulated flexible material that doesn't tangle too easily which terminates to a gold 3.5mm stereo mini phono with a gold 1/4 inch push on adapter. The quality of the materials is top notch for the price and it feels a little heavy on your head with a 11.64 oz weight. The cups protrude quite a bit from your ears so you can't lay on your side with them on. They will get warm on your ears but never too hot or uncomfortable.

If you have large ears I recommend the foam insert trick(you just stuff a ring of foam under the inside of the pads to fluff them out). I didn't need it with my ears but it was fun to implement and increases sound stage without any large bass reduction.

The bass goes down to about 35hz at a good volume it will go to 8hz as specified but you would have to crank the volume too high. The bass is very flat and smooth up to the mids which are a bit recessed but can be brought out by taking some of the heavy ring felt that covers the drivers under the earpads. The earpads are removable with a soft and comfy pleather type material instead of the leather found on the rx900s(which also makes those cans a bit bass heavy). The nominal impedance is only 48 ohms so you really don't need a headphone amplifier and can play straight out of any portable player.
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126 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Jayme Concepcion on May 24, 2010
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Septfox on May 5, 2012
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Bought these 'phones because I was looking for a pair to replace my beloved, but literally falling apart, Labtec Elite-828's. And, well...

Let me start off by saying these headphones sound *terrible*...for the first hour or so. Any music with a lot of sound around 1khz was loud, airy and overall nearly unbearable to listen to without EQing it down a bit. The bass was stuffy. The highs were very subdued. Overall, the headphones sounded like they came off the $9.99 value rack. In fact, aside from them actually having bass, they sounded remarkably like a pair of earbuds I tried a couple years ago.

About an hour in, however, the break-in process has really gotten started, and the sound takes a huge turn for the better. The bass sounds much clearer, the midrange behaves itself a lot better and clears up, and the highs have come out to play. From what I've read, the sound continues getting even better up to 50 hours, the curve gets shallower towards 100 hours, then steadily flattens out after that. I'm certainly willing to give them the time to stretch their legs.

At about 12 hours in now, these headphones have surpassed my 828's for sound quality and clarity; and I considered my 828's (them having hundreds, if not thousands of hours on them and are definitely outputting their best) almost perfectly balanced for my tastes. Due to the drivers setting fairly far off the ear, they're also much easier on eardrums for long periods of listening, and as a bonus give an impression of much wider stereo.
Switching between them though, my 828's do have one thing going for them: their pads sit against the ears, so they're cooler to wear. The over-ear pad design of the RX700's means there's no air moving around your ears, so in a hot room things can get pretty toasty.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Grizzle on May 11, 2011
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The other reviewers are right. For <$35, these are awesome. I'm not an audiophile, just a normal guy. I was using in-ear buds that kept falling out of my ears while yawning, eating, moving, turning my head, sitting still... So I decided to get some real headphones. I spent way too much time reading reviews and narrowed it down to these.

These things are big. You'll look redonkulous sitting in public with these things on. Well, listen to your great, cheap music, not the haters.

Yes, the cord is long. I use these primarily at my desk at work, so a long cord is a good thing for me. My glasses interfere a little with the fit, but not enough to bother me. The pleather cups are a little thin for my preference, but I think they'll hold up fine.

I have a Dell Latitude (in a dock or not, same deal), and the built-in amp can barely drive these things at my normal listening volume, which isn't that loud. If you're plugging them into speakers with a headphone jack or have a desktop PC, you'll be fine. Not sure if an iPod can push these things, but I don't have one to test.

Like others have said, these aren't completely sealed. In a quiet office, people in a 20 ft radius can probably tell you're listening to something. Within 10 ft they'll be tapping to the beat. Part of this may come from the fit of the cups to your head. On me, they gap behind my jaw line.

I could tell after just an hour that they were starting to loosen up and improve in the bass department. I can almost turn off the EQ in Media Player. I like my sound pretty bright, and I was happy to find that the highs are sweet, not harsh. I'm discovering things in some new tracks that I didn't know were there before - a beautiful thing.

You're not going to find better headphones for the money. You're just not. So buy these already!
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