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Yamaha EPH-30BL In-Ear Headphones (Black)

by Yamaha

Price: $39.95 & FREE Shipping
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Black
  • Dynamic inner ear headphones
  • Gold plate stereo mini plug
  • Has three different size ear pads for comfort

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Yamaha EPH-30BL In-Ear Headphones (Black) + Panasonic RPHJE120K In-Ear Headphone, Black
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Technical Details

Color: Black
  • noise-isolating

Product Details

Color Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 3.9 x 6.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002UHKN6W
  • Item model number: EPH-30BL
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 30, 2009

Product Description

Color: Black

From the Manufacturer

The Yamaha EPH-30 Earphones Feature Cool Styling, Easy Comfort, and Great Sound


Premium sound meets maximum comfort
(available in black or white)

Enjoy premium sound from from your MP3 player, iPod, or home stereo with maximum listening comfort, noise isolation, and high fidelity with Yamaha’s advanced in-ear headphones.
  • Superior audio performance delivers deep bass, clear midrange, and crisp highs
  • Canal-type earphones isolate external ambient noise
  • Snug, comfortable fit with three ear bud sizes included
  • High efficiency to maximize MP3 player battery life
  • Rugged, durable construction
  • Available in black or white
Understanding that the ear is an instrument critically trained to demand perfection in sound reproduction, musicians know that high-quality headphones are a vital component of any music system. Yamaha's complete headphone line utilizes the latest in technology, ergonomics, and sound quality for musical applications ranging from casual listening to professional studio work. From music creation to music reproduction, Yamaha audio equipment has been recognized as an industry standard for more than 30 years. Respected professionals depend on Yamaha to help them create award-winning sound. Whether you are listening to music on the go or in the studio creating the next big hit, always demand perfection. Yamaha does.


Technical Specifications

  • Driver Type: Dynamic
  • Driver Unit: 9mm
  • Impedance: 16.0 +/-3dB
  • Frequency Range: 20Hz--21kHz
  • Cable Length: 48" (R is longer from split)
  • Plug: 3.5mm gold stereo mini
  • Included Ear Pads: 3 sizes (small, medium, large)
  • Weight: 15g (w/cable), 3g (w/o cable)

Product Description

Yamaha EPH-3-BL Inner Ear Headphone in Black

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very comfortable, great sound quality.
Katie
The right ear bud cord is extra long, while the left one is regular in length.
anomaleigh
They sound good with deep bass and with high and middle notes!
BritsClaire

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Tom on December 11, 2009
Color Name: Black
Let me start off by saying that I'm not a fan of in-ear headphones, but I use them when working out because over-the-ear headphones are too cumbersome for me.

Overall I really like these headphones for the price. They seem well built. The one thing that I initially found strange was that the cord to one ear was shorter than the other. Initially that threw me, but it actually makes sense and is more comfortable when you wear an iPod on your arm or waistband. The one key for me is good in-ear fit. These phones come with 3 different size covers and I found the smallest one provided a good fit for me. They are comfortable enough to wear for at least an hour. Sound is really subjective, but with a good fit these provided good bass and clean highs. On the bass side of things, it seems that many people prefer a very 'bassy' sound, while I prefer an overall balanced sound. If you want deep, thumping, unnatural bass, these may not be for you.

Just for fun I compared these to the buds that come with iPods and my 2 favorite headphones (I have others, but these are the only ones I use now), a pair of Shure in-ear that I bought for about $100 and the Bose over-ear noise-cancelling phones that I bought for about $350.00.

Compared with the buds that come with the iPod there is just no comparison. The Yamaha phones are more efficient (louder for the same amount of input), have much better overall sound--better bass and clearer mids and highs. I also find that I can wear the Yamaha in-ears longer than the iPhone buds. In general you would expect an in-canal phone to have better bass, but regardless these phones smoke the buds that come with iPods.

The Yamaha phones compared very well against the Shure in-ear model--my previous favorite in-ear model.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Wes Bliesner on July 18, 2011
Color Name: Black
First off, I find it to be humorous that so many reviewers on here do not understand the asymmetrical cord lengths. One goes behind your neck people!! This means less cable in front of your chest to get caught up with your hands and whatnot. This is a good thing, trust me. My main complaint however is that I had to send mine back twice because they broke. One after maybe 6 months, the other after 3, both after hard daily use. Luckily the warranty is good for a year, so once I get mine back I will enjoy listening to the well balanced sound.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Iftekar on April 10, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Well..I tried almost more than 10 earphones which were part of cnet's review ( excellent ones )..sennheiser and klipsh were good...but i found them only great for some genre of music..
But these earphones are are for all type of music..perfect combination of bass-treble and mid tones..
It again depends on your player's settings..these earphones can produce very high trebles..so u need to keep them little lower..
Windows media player provided SRS Tru bass just blends with these earphones..i found very few phones which can tolerate 100% SRS Trubass..but these earphones CAN..so u know the bass response.

Go for it and you dont have to return anymore..
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BP on August 25, 2011
Color Name: Black
In short, this is the best $30-40 you can invest into your portable music/iPod experience. There are many different styles and designs of earphones on the market today; often they are all style and no substance. This is one of those rare sets of earphones that exudes elegance, simplicity, and balanced, true-to-life audio fidelity. This is no surprise since Yamaha is very experienced in the music/recording industry. What is surprising, however, is how well these bargain bin 'phones perform (especially in context of the Yamaha lineup - which also includes much pricier products). The EPH-30's are extremely balanced and unassuming in the way they reproduce sound - crisp highs, clear mids, and ample lows. During some tracks, they may seem skewed towards the upper end of the frequency spectrum; however, what is surprising about these earphones is their high volume performance. The highs remain crisp and perhaps become even warmer, balanced by increased bass boost at elevated volumes. Meanwhile, the midrange shows no tendency to break up when you crank it up, especially in comparison to other similarly priced earphones. In short, this is the most natural, balanced pair of earphones you can nab for under $50, and the argument extends to include it's $100 competitors too.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tod on January 25, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have had these headphones for over 2 months now and they have held up very well under heavy use. I use them for a couple hours every day and abuse them quite a bit during my daily commute but they show no signs of wear. Most other brands in this price range would have worn out by now. I used sony earbuds before these, which held up pretty well; these Yamaha's were cheaper, however, and offer even better quality sound. I like the design, the shiny smooth curve makes them visible but not too flashy.

Sound quality is very good; bass is nice and strong but treble may be a tad high. These also have a pretty low impedance, meaning that for the same volume level on a device they produce louder sound than most other headphones. I've noticed that my mp3 player lasts slightly longer with these headphones as a result.

For the record, these earbuds have a straight plug, not an 'L' shape plug, which can be good or bad. Yes, it is designed with the right cord much longer than the left, but I consider this a plus since it allows me to hang it around my neck and makes it easier to distinguish the right and left sides.
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