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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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|Dimensions||4.53 inches x 12.99 inches x 9.69 inches||9.4 inches x 8 inches x 3 inches||2 inches x 7 inches x 6 inches||2 inches x 7 inches x 3.94 inches|
|Item Weight||2 pounds||1 pounds||0.8 pounds||0.9 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
-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
-Pleather earcups get quite hot; not unique to these but rather a characteristic of all closed and semi-closed headphones with pleather cups
-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
-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.
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.Read more ›
-Amazing sound (rich lows, sweet highs, etc.)
-Lengthy cord (over 11' long)
-Comfortable for long periods of time
-Arrived a day earlier than expected
-Lengthy cord (over 11' long)
-Large and cumbersome
And now for the details:
I am a music major in college. You know, the people that spend all their time playing music, messing with soundboards, listening to and analyzing everything, etc. The stereotypes of music freaks are there for a reason. So I decided that I needed to get myself a good set of "professional-level" headphones. I did some searching, went to local stores and got nowhere. So I switched to online searching. I came across these headphones and I'll admit, I was skeptical when I first ordered them, but I'm glad I did. As soon as they came in the mail, I took them for a test run on the first thing I had access to, my iPhone. Sure enough, they were phenomenal! I was hearing things that I never knew existed, the bass was incredible, and the higher pitches were flawless and clear. I instantly realized that I was glad I got these. In fact, as soon as my brother saw them, he pulled up a list on his computer of the best headphones to get, according to people online. Sure enough, these were right on that list and I didn't even know about it!
The only bad things that I have noticed are very minor. They tend to stick out from your head, even so much that my parents say that I look funny when wearing them. But for the sound that these offer, they are worth the look. But they are also large enough so that is it hard to carry them with you.Read more ›
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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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I own the HARX900 (2 pairs) and got these as laptop headphones. I connect these to a USB DAC and can really get good sound with the laptop's EQ and the DAC pushing the voltage. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Cap'n Stoob
Have used then for a week now, really like the quality and depth of sound. My only complaint is that the cord is on the left ear bud and my source is on the right (physically)... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Herbert G. Officer
I bought headphones.
I received headphones.
I put the headphones on and a whole new world opened up to me, every sound was chrisp and clear. Read more
These things are solid. They don't look or feel cheap and compare in sound to my Sennheiser 558's. If you need a pair of good, cheap headphones, you can't go wrong with these.Published 21 days ago by GMAC10
I've read comments, They says it is big. NO, it is not. It is HUGE.
And bass not enough.
I bought these headphones in August of 2013 from another retailer - They lasted me until January 1st 2016, at which point the plastic assembly attaching the right headphone cup to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew Pula
Rich sound quality, comfortable feel, and great price! Whats not to love?! Oh yeah, there is a couple of things... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dylan