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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on January 11, 2007
My problem with headphones in general is that ear buds fall out when I move around, and regular headphones never line up for me comfortably. They just don't. I was going to try a neck model when I saw this. It solved the problem! Each one simply connects to your ear with a sunglasses-like hook, and it's there to stay. I'm not a sound geek, and I'm sure that they aren't at the top of the list in terms of all the audiophile lingo. But hey -- I listen when I exercise, in airports, and other places where there's noise and distractions -- not a sound studio where I plan to analyze each instrument's contribution to the harmonious mix yada yada yada. And these absolutely do the job. I'm going to buy another set soon, just to have in case I ever lose or break these. I'd pay twice the price, happily.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I have had a lot of experience with this line of Panasonic headphones, and have always found them to be reliable, long lasting, and comfortable. however, I personally liked the non-bass ones a little better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 13, 2011
The headsets are fantastic. The sound is better than any headset I have ever had and I forget they are even over my ears. The bad thing is the foam pad kept falling off so I needed to buy replacements. Other than that, the headsets are awesome!
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on July 4, 2010
Bought these headphones at the store and I accidentally stepped on them :\. they are comfiest headphones I have used so far, and I've tried many types of headphones, so I decided to try and find them online. Glad I did :]
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on March 9, 2013
I have several sets of these headphones. Since I have very small ears, I am unable to use earbuds and these are very comfortable. The sound is very good.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on June 5, 2008
The headphones were not blue, which is what I ordered. I do not notice any extra bass.Not that impressed with this item.
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1 of 9 people found the following review helpful
This headset lacks in loudness. and the clips are flimsy.

It states specifications about Bass, but just because it's good at bass, it more than likely lacks in the tweeter side. And has low impedance and sensitivity.

I used an RCA Lyra with these headsets and I could still hear people talking to me at the loudest setting. I may go deaf, but I know sound and it's ranges. Not a good headset.

Since the RCA Lyra is a lower end MP3 player, it's a good tester for headsets and I have enjoyed this small player. Also, I am clumsy and drop my player all the time, so a hard drive player is not an option.

Sony MDR-Q22LP w.Ear Headphones with Interchangeable Headphone Caps - is actually a good headset for loudness. The ear clips are secure and tight enough. But the cord material is sticky so it's not good to work out with (running would be fine) and tangles easily. Lasted a long time 3 years, before my friend crushed it with a 45lbs dumbell.

Philips HS520 Reflective Neckband Headphone - NICE and LOUD, I had to turn down the volume, sound range is good. 12Hz is pretty low in bass range in my book for a headset. 24kHz is high enough for tweeter on a headset, some have up to 28kHz, but I am more interested in Loudness and what I can hear. It's a rearfit, it's snug, so if you have a HUGE head it may take time to get adjusted to. But Damn, Nice and loud!!! This is my headset! I can't hear anyone now Woohoo!!!

the cord is nice, it's made of nylon so it doesn't stick and it's not so long that you have to wrap it up... Good headset for the money!

Sony MDR-V150 Monitor Series Headphones with Reversible Earcups - is an excellent headset for this player, sound range is FULL and vibrant and LOUD for such a small player. But not good to work out with and costs more.

HiNRG and Dance music is the best to test out headsets. This style of music uses ALL ranges.
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