JBuds J3 Micro Atomic In-Ear Earbuds Style Headphones with Travel Case (Jet Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Aluminum housing and balanced full spectrum micro drivers deliver a stunning new level of acoustic performance.
- Rich, dynamic soundstage with crystal clear highs, deep, full mids, and tight, punchy bass
- Includes 4 sizes of soft silicone ear buds for a super comfortable, noise isolating fit, and a sleek, designer travel case.
- Gold plated 3.5 mm audio jack for premium, no-loss sound connection to your audio device.
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These earphones are great for its price and I expected no less from JLab Audio. Although I am not a sound expert, these earphones should live up to your expectations. The J3's deliver exceptionally on many attributes and are definitely superior to other earphones in its price range. The new and improved J3s are worthy of 5 stars for me. I have had no problems with this product so far and the 1 year warranty that JLab offers should hopefully suppress any worry you might have regarding its durability. The mini case these earphones come with is also a wonderful addition. It is convenient, small, and perfect for travel. Whether you are new to JLab products or a returning customer, you should be satisfied with the J3 earphones.Read more ›
At first, I thought the reviews about the j3s sounding too trebly were correct. I was extremely disappointed, but I gave it a chance since I haven't burned it in yet.
After 3 hours, there was not much improvement. I was losing my hope in these earphones because my J2s were much better sounding.
It was only after I tried adjusting the ear foams that I discovered my mistake.
The standard size was the best fit for me, so using that ear piece, I tried twisting the earbuds into my ears instead.
To my own surprise, the sound became extremely rich. I tested it again, but this time with my normal way of placing in my earbuds, and the trebleness returned.
You've probably read a lot of reviews saying that the sound of the j3 is too trebly and weak. Discard them from your mind. I hate to say this but it's not the earbud's fault but our own. To experience the full sounds of this great bud, you HAVE to put it really into your ears. So much that it literally cuts off the sounds of a person talking.
Now, onto the review now that we clarified the trebly sound mistakes :].
Sound: These buds are amazing once you place them in your ears correctly (shove it all the way in.) The sound is rich and clear. Of course, I haven't fully burned them in yet, and I can hear the earphones get better every hour or so. But still, even without a full burn in, it sounds surprisingly good. Even better than my j2s which have been used extensively for a couple of weeks now. Now, I'm not a super major audiophile, but I do know that my ears are very good at hearing sounds.Read more ›
If you're currently using a low-end earphone, I highly recommend upgrading to the J3's. When compared to low-end earphones, these have several distinguishing features:
- The rubber tips form a seal in your ear to enable high-quality low end frequencies. That is, you can actually hear really deep bass if you're wearing the earphones correctly. In order to ensure correct fit, JBuds includes four rubber tips so you can custom fit them to your ear.
- The materials are much higher-quality - the phones themselves have an aluminum body and the cord feels much stiffer than low-end earphones.
- You can't hear anything outside the earphones. This can be good or bad, depending on how you plan to use them, but for the most part, I would say this is a very positive feature. However, if you move your head around you can hear rustling as the cord rubs on your clothing. I assume this would be typical for any noise-isolating earphone, though.
- The case is very well-designed. It's compact and doesn't crush the earphones if pressure is applied. If you haven't used a round case like this, it might seem awkward trying to fit everything into it. The trick, however, is to lightly wrap the cord around your ring, middle, and index fingers and then put everything in the case.
- These require a burn-in period in order to get the best sound.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are just spare earbuds. I got them so that I have something while waiting for my Shure earbuds to come in. The cables are so thin that I don't expect much from them. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Nspyr
I loved these buds...until one fell apart after several months. They sounded great and were comfortable (which for me it's hard to find comfortable ear buds that stay in), but be... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kate Mahoney
Good sound. The biggest challenge is keeping the "buds" from falling out or my ears. I will buy standard head phones that go over my ears next timePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good sound but annoyingly short wire. I rarely use these because of how short the wire is compared to a Sennheiser pair that I have. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mashed Potato
I am not very satifisfied with how fast these break. I found other products on Amazon that are better for a lower price.Published 7 months ago by G82G
Man, I have a love/hate relationship with these!
They're so good FOR THE FIRST 4-6 MONTHS.
After, the right ear (always the right ear) starts to fade and get fuzzy.