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JVC HAX580 DJ Style Monitor Headphones

by JVC

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
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  • ASIN: B009ZY9EAE
  • Item model number: JVCHAX580
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 21, 2011

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Jvc Hax580 Dj Style Monitor Headphns

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Rob G. on January 9, 2012
Lightweight and comfortable for those with smaller ears, larger ears might feel cramped around the edges. I use these to listen to streaming audio at my workstation and the quality is good. You won't get deep low end, but you won't get ear fatigue from bright high ends either. The chord is long to reach your desktop or tower. These are a good replacement for ear buds and provide a small amount of sound isolation, you'll still be able to hear the office phone ring or a co-worker walk up. For the price it's a good value set of headphones. Been using them for about 4 months and they are holding up well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sunbreak on July 6, 2013
I have mixed feelings about these headphones. I have had two pairs already. The positive is that they are lightweight, have adequate sound, and they are reasonably priced. They also have a longer cord than most, which means you don't have to be right next to whatever you are plugging them into.
However, the bad point is that they are plastic and so the it is easy to break them. Both of my pairs have cracked on the headband just above where the round earphone swivels. So, they can't be easily repaired with duct tape because it doesn't hold well in that area.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brant on October 19, 2013
It's a good device compared to its price. So I think it is worth it. As other people mentioned too, it is a plastic one. If you maybe travel a lot, then it may be damaged in the bag etc. However, if you use it at home or office, it is still ok. It is quite light, which is good. I can say that its sound quality is mediocre. That does not mean it is bad. Professional should look for another one. But if you want to use it at home, then this is a good choice. It also fits in my head, quite flexible. Some headphones just do not stand fixed or cover your ears, which is not the case for this one.
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By We in SoCal on August 18, 2014
For the sale price of $5, these cans (over the ear headphones) are articulate. I tested them on 2009 Revolver Stereo reissue, Zombies Odessey and Oracle stereo/mono reissue, Dan Matovina-produced Badfinger tracks and original music tracks using Superior Drums and various 48-bit samples of vintage keyboards and pianos).

They accept Samsung, LG and Visual Land signals just fine along with a Dell computer's stock sound card.

Cheaply made but the manufacturer description mentions n/dym (neodymium) drivers. My much more expensive reference set uses neos as well.

As long as they're not driven hard, the sound stayed articulate and keep its frequency response pretty balanced. The do let a lot leak in, but the comfort and avoiding ear infections and ear damage from buds is a nice plus! The larger driver and a little space for the sound waves to formulate are crucial to good, balanced sound. These do it really well for $5 or even $20.
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