JBuds J2 Premium Hi-FI Noise Isolating Earbuds Style Headphones (Onyx Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Premium sound quality, Compact size, Sleek design, and ultra rugged durability
- 3 sizes of soft silicone ear buds provide a super comfortable, noise reducing fit
- Rich, dynamic soundstage with crisp, tight clarity and booming digital bass.
- Works with every iPod, iTouch, iPhone, mp3 player, CD, portable DVD, PSP, Nintendo DS, MD, and Laptop
- Goldplated 3.5 mm audio jack for premium, no-loss sound connection to your audio device. Sensitivity: 102 dB
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“FOR THE PRICE, these are the best headphones I've ever purchased hands down...”
The Second Generation: JBuds J2How can you make the #1 best-selling earbuds even better? Listen to your customers. Building upon the legendary JBuds comfort and sound quality, we recrafted every component of the design to create a sleeker, more stylish earbud with devastating good looks, unbelievable sound quality, and rugged durability.
Looks to Kill, Sounds to Thrill.
Sleek, sexy lines, a smooth satin finish, and 11 show stopping color combinations to take any MP3 player to the next level. A meticulously crafted sound chamber designed to perfectly resonate the wide range frequency response from our unparalleled Japanese titanium drivers. You will enjoy a rich, dynamic soundstage that accentuates every detail of your music with crisp, tight clarity and booming digital bass for every genre in your collection.
The J2s incorporate thicker, premium quality cabling and heavy-duty flexible joints built to withstand rigorous daily use and carry you through the urban jungle without missing a beat.
Supreme Comfort and Noise Isolation.
Forget about those uncomfortable stock earphones that came with your MP3 player. The J2's sleek, smooth shape and 3 sizes of soft, silicon cushions ensure a perfect fit and seal inside your ears, providing sound isolation from exterior noises and allowing you to comfortably enjoy your music for as long as you like. Covered by JLab's no hassle one-year limited warranty.
Tablets: Kindle Fire, iPad, Motorola Zoom, HP Touchpad, Asus EEE Pad, Acer Iconia, Toshiba Thrive, Coby Kyros, Viewsonic, Sony, Blackberry Playbook, Vizio, Archos, Android, Dell, T-Mobile, and other tablets*.
MP3 players: All iPods, Sansa, Sandisk, Coby, Archos, Sony, Creative, Sylvania, and others*.
eReaders: Kindle and others*
Computers: All laptops, notebooks, and desktops*
*JBuds are compatible with any portable devices with a standard 3.5 mm jack. Please check your device specifications or manufacturer for any further compatibility details.Note: The JBuds J2 do feature a slightly larger housing then JLab's smaller models. For those with smaller ears or seeking a slimmer fit, the JBuds J5 are JLab's newest and most universally sized earbuds, while the J6's are JLab's slimmest earbuds ever.
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Top Customer Reviews
That said though, listening is a very subjective experience. I listen for natural sounding vocals and acoustic instruments. I like a 'live' sound and not overdone or muddy bass. Just to get a different perspective, I did the same music test with my 14 year old son and his two friends. I played for them Life in the Fast Lane by the Eagles and let them switch between the two earbud sets. They hands-down chose the J2s over the Sennheisers. So much for my opinion. :-)
I think I'd conclude that if you like bass-heavier, mid-range type music - maybe genres like rock, hip-hop, alternative, techno - then these J2s would work fine for you. If you tend to be fussy about equalizer settings, like to hear a clear soundstage and presence, and critical listening to music is important to you, then I would shop around some more, or at least compare these earbuds to others in the same price range.
The jbud j2 are also a kind that you press into the ear (stay in pretty well you you give them a small twist when inserting instead of just pushing them in.) It made me a little nervous, but the price wasn't bad and the reviews were all good, so, I decided to go ahead with the purchase. Amazon got them to me in less than a week and packaged them well.
The sound quality is very good. Some of my classic piano concertos just come to life with these.
The dynamic range may be a little too good. I like to listen to music before I go to bed and I would use the Samsung earphones that came with my player, and by the way they are very good for being the included earphones. Since it's right before bedtime, I'll turn my player's volume down to 2 or 3 (out of 30). The J2s when turned down that low on volume, the higher frequencies I can't hear like I could with the "cheap" earphones. Perhaps it's my hearing. This really isn't a complaint because when I turn the volume up to say 10, It (J2s) sounds fantastic.
The construction seems pretty good, but only time will tell for sure.
The noise canceling part of the earphones also works very well, if that's what you like. The Samsung earphones you could hear other people talking just fine and still listen to the music. J2's you cannot. That can be good or bad depending on the situation.
I may get another set for my son.
They are good,
I agree with the other reviewers that the construction of the buds is good and I wished they would have worked. The problem I have is that the sound volumes between left and right are way off - like the left bud is 2x as loud as the right. I even did the 24 hour burn in, like Jlabs recommends, and while it did make the sound better, it did not even out the overall volume levels to anything resembling normal.
So I figure it is just a bad set, and Jlabs will make it right. Not so.
After 5 days of waiting, 2 emails with no reply and 3 calls that all end up in voicemail with no way to leave a message I am feeling ignored. A simple auto-reply to the email that Jlabs calls 24-hour would have been nice.
I am considering sending them back to Amazon for a refund, if I don't hear back from the company real soon.
So, I was contacted by JLabs after about a month and their customer service stepped up to the plate to offer replacement and threw in a portable speaker set.
Amazon had already replaced the buds - and the new ones were rock solid. Very good sound through both ears.
If I had to re-rate the product it would get 4 of 5 stars. The only downside to these is that they are a little larger then my Sennheiser pair. Otherwise a great product from a company that does what is right, in the end.
FOR THE PRICE, these are the best headphones I've ever purchased hands down. I decided to switch to earbuds since I listen to music all day pretty much at work while programming, and decided over the ear headphones left bad hair rings (you know what I'm talking about if you've had them) around my ears, and was kind of annoying. So I switched first to the earbuds from my Zune, which are not bad since they come free with Zune gen2 pmps. So I decided to go shopping to see what was out there, and came across the J2's and was surprised by the reviews being so good for such reasonably priced headphones.
When I read a particularly mediocre review, and found that in the comments a company representative had actually responded, I was sold. If they care that much about what people are saying, then I know they are serious about standing behind their product and listening to customer feedback. Ordered and received the next day through my Prime membership.
At first, I was not too pleased with the tinny sound, but knew that all great headphones need burn-in time, so I left them on for nearly 2 days straight, and now a week later, the sound is full and the tinny sound has all but disappeared. Although comparing them to $150+ headphones is unfair, these really do quite a good job, although I don't think anybody can expect in-ear headphones to be as full and powerful as their over-the-ear counterparts simply due to physics. Compared to my Zune earbuds, these provide much better mid-range sound, with ample bass which my zune buds just didn't have.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought these quite a while ago, and am completely underwhelmed by the sound. Almost no bass at all... really tinny mids and highs. Dollar store earbuds would probably sound better.Published 4 days ago by Jim Liang
I am done with JLab. I used to use these frequently but they break really easily. I went with another business and have better headphones now. Read morePublished 1 month ago by G82G
Bought these in 2010, left one stopped working. when they worked they were fine and seemed to isolate the sound. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Valerie Pierre
Had the earbuds for 2 weeks and it stop working on the right side .Published 2 months ago by Carlos I may