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JVC HA-V570 Supra-Aural Headphones

by JVC
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  • Features Super Bass Sound System, for extended low-frequency response
  • Direct Sound Delivery structure for fuller sound
  • Volume control built right into the 3 meter(9.8ft) cord
  • Single-side monitoring
  • Nominal Impedence - 32 ohms
  • Binaural
  • Response Bandwidth: 8 - 20000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 103 dB/mW
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JVC HA-V570 Supra-Aural Headphones + V7 HA510-2NP Deluxe Headphones with Volume Control, Black + Panasonic RP-HT21 Lightweight Headphones with XBS Port
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Technical Details

  • DJ-Style

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 3.2 x 6.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002I5RI0
  • Item model number: HAV570
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2004

Product Description

JVC Headphone,Dj-Style,Vol Control, Single Cord,40Mm

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I love the in-line volume control and the long cord!
Melissa Grant
It's a clean and comfortable design and the sound is a very good quality.
Lisa Kropp
Also, the cord is fairly thin, so durability is an issue.
Connor Enright

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Denise A. on March 1, 2011
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I'm a transcriptionist and spend my entire work shift with headphones on. I need something comfy that doesn't squeeze my head & give me headaches. THESE babies are great! They are wide-set enough to *not* squeeze my head too hard. They have slipped off when I tipped my head all the way forward or backward - but that's not something I normally do. They have a soft, cushy padding on them and a thin "leatherette" covering that doesn't make my ears *too* hot. ANY on-ear headphone is going to retain a little heat. They don't block outside sound entirely, but they do muffle it quite a bit. That's nice in my line of work.

One of the coolest things about these -- which was a pleasant surprise to me -- is that they have a swivel point for the ear pads! That means they really conform to the shape of your head nicely. Face it, most headphones are made with some pretty weird angles that don't really approximate the shape of a human head whatsoever. THESE DO!

The other "must have" part of these headphones is the in-line volume control. It's at a handy distance from the headphones themselves -- not too close and not too far down the line. They also come with an adapter plug which I call a 1/4-inch, but I think it's official measurement is slightly different. The headphone cable itself is capped with a 1/8-inch plug (again, possibly not the official measurement--maybe 3.5-mm??)... the standard for most headphone ports.

I really like these headphones and think I might get another pair as a spare, "just in case"!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Nugent on January 11, 2012
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The sound quality is decent enough and they are very light weight. The build quality is extremly cheap. The chord is 9ft long but it is too thin. The piece that goes over the head is so thin it feels like it will break under it's own weight. The volume control on the chord works well. It says "superbass", but Trick Daddy's Let's Go! and Cypress Hill's Superstar sounds like all treble and mids to me. Acceptable for the price, but they definately won't be found in a sound studio..ever.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A. Carter on February 2, 2011
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I had an old pair of these and they finally broke in half after 3 years of use. For me, this is a decent set of headphones at a reasonable price. I used to use my old pair for monitoring when I worked on my music. They have great bass which I love. I've had pairs of headphones that had no bass whatsoever and that really sucked because I would listen to a track I had made and then when I would burn it to a cd to play in the car I saw that there was extreme muddy bass in it! With these they allow me to take a lot of the bass out of tracks I make. Once you could hear a clear crisp sound through the headphones without a lot of kick from the bass that meant that the track was clean enough to make it sound good in the car. These are not going to give you a super professional audio sound, but if you just want to monitor your music, or listen to audio lectures, etc. , these are a decent pair of headphones and they last a surprisingly long time. The only drop back with these is as they get older you start to get a static sound from the volume controller on them. I learned to just turn the volume controller on the headphones all the way up and then control my volume with whatever device I was hooked into.
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38 of 46 people found the following review helpful By GreenMogul on October 26, 2006
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I have nothing really against the JVC HA-V570 Headphones in terms of quality for the price. You get what you pay for. I was just looking for a cheap pair of headphones that I can use to listen to DVD's on my laptop.

These headphones don't have sound definition in bass, midrange, or treble. Although the bass and midrange are definately better than most cheap earbuds. They sound 'adequate' which means that they don't suck and they don't excel in anything clearly.

My biggest complaint is that I don't like the Supra-Aural/Monitor-style nature of the earcups on this headphone. From the picture I guessed incorrectly that the pads would be extremely soft and cushiony on my ears. They are soft, but not as soft as that! And the cups heat up my ears after just 20 minutes of usage. So just imagine a 2 hour movie! They were sweaty and uncomfortable, especially when lying down.

I have a set of Sony Supra-Aural headphones that are extremely light-weight and just sit lightly against my ears.

Plastic construction should hold up to normal abuse/wear-and-tear. The added 1/4" connector is nice and the extra cord length is great for moving around (although tangles are a pain).

The volume control included inline is also a great reason to buy this if you need a cheap pair of headphones; great addition. This is great if you are using it with a PC so you don't have to keep changing the sound level on the computer.

Now that I have more experience, I will avoid all closed-type/monitor-style headphones in the future.

These JVC's are good quality for the price but they are bulky and not very portable. So research and test out headphones in stores before you buy online!

I also own a pair of GRADO SR225 that I can reference these JVC to. Not even close! GRADO is superb quality. But the GRADO also suffers from listening fatigue after 2 hours of use! Not very comfortable earpads either. :(
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By rinney on November 28, 2012
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JVC does make some good headphones, i have about 3 sets of the cheaper ones and each one has pretty good sound. i would say jvc is your best bet under $50. since they make good cheaper headphones im gonna purchase me some more expensive ones say maybe $120, anyway these headphones have great sound everying is where it should be and bass is just a hair stronger than you would expect, they dont fit real snug on my head but its not too lose to where their gonna fall off either. and they are light as a feather.

UPDATE 12/17/12/ I EXPERIMENTED WITH hooking up a fios headphone amp to my integrated home amp then these headphones to my headphone jack on the integrated home amp and i could not believe the amount of bass these can handle, the ear cups were vibrateing and with no distortion, everything was still clear, these annihilate skullcrushers in all ways and for about 55$$ less.
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