JAYS T00078 Three t-Jays Noise Isolating Earbuds - Rubber Coated Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Ultra Wide Sound Range dividable TPE Cable
- 10mm Dynamic Driver , (*db @1KHZ, 16 ohm 15Hz-25,000Hz
- Comes with Travel pack, 5 various size sleeves, stereo Splitter, and flight adapter
- Universal Earbuds and Headphones
- Delivers an ultra wide soundstage with a resonating deep bass response and a vivid sound experience which will stop you in your tracks.
- Ergonomic: Unique flat profile design sits flush with your ear for ultimate comfort lying down or on-the-go
- Sports Ready: wearable in standard earphone position or for sports activity, can be secured behind the ear with option to split the cable
- Noise isolating system blocks ambient noise for on-the-go music enjoyment
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Cons: Potentially too much bass
When I received these I was astounded by the packaging. It is elegant, small and informative. The oval shaped matte black plastic with a cover wrapped around it houses the t-JAYS and it's fantastic set of accessories. The cover is a 4 inch or so high sticker that has a picture of the t-JAYS on the front as well as some product information and included accessories. The back has a picture of the contents, specifications, a picture indicating they can be worn over ear or down. The outside is sleek and entices the eye. On the back there's a sticker that the user must peel off to reach the toggle he/she must push down while pulling out to open the case up.
When the case slides up you're greeted to a sleek and detailed instruction manual that is matte black to fit the theme and it simply says "User Manual" in small white print. Very minimalistic, but inside there's a lot of good information in many languages that I highly advise those to read! The next thing you'll see is a black rubberized half circle that says JAYS, which turns out to be a nifty plastic case. The case is beautiful the bottom half is a black rubberized plastic the top half swings out from inside to close up and is a glossy black. It is hard plastic but it sadly isn't padded inside.
Taking out the user manual reveals the t-JAYS, 4 extra mushroom silicon tips, an airline adaptor, a stereo splitter and an extension cord. The provided silicon tips are nothing special, typical of what's expected, the airline adaptor and stereo splitter, while of no use to me, is a nice addition. The extension cord is necessary though. Without the cord the t-JAYS are roughly 1.5 feet from tips to end.Read more ›
I found them to be really comfortable contributing to the same aforementioned design. because the whole body of the earphone is in your ear, weight is distributed to more parts on your ear instead of just on the sleeve connection with your ear canal. If placed properly, you wouldnt even notice theyre there.
The biggest question though is sound. Some reviews say that theres too much bass response on these. In my opinion, these headphones provide just the right amount of oomph on bass to make it engaging and not flat. It has great clarity and detail on the mids and highs as well. Ive lowered my volume 40% from my previous setting for my boss oe and im still able to pick up the same amount of detail.
It comes with a ton of accessories. I really like the sleek case among all the add-ons. Build quality is second to none and i just love the way they look in my ear. Over all, i am very satisfied with these headphones and will highly recommend them to anyone looking for an upgrade to stock headphones.
One of the things that has confused people has been the way Jays has named its products. Some are A - Jays, others are T-Jays. The numbering system is also the same. The T-Jays are considered the upper end of Jays hierarchy of earphones. So, make sure you are buying the one you want. A-Jays are a little more cheaper. However, price doesn't always mean a better headphone. Some reviewers have raved about the A series, feeling they are just as good as the T - series. Do your research.
While Jays is not mentioned in the same breath as Grato, Senns, Klipsch, V-Moda and other companies that get more publicity, they are an excellent sounding earphone in a mid price range that most people can afford. I promise you that you will not be disappointed, and it will be money well spent.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The t-Jays Three produce clean, smooth sound. Very powerful at the low end. Extremely nice packaging with spare silicone replacement eartips. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Larry Braga
They can get uncomfortable after prolonged use, as the body is somewhat awkward when wearing them from the front. But still have amazing sound!Published on October 5, 2013 by Amazon Review
They sound great and are very comfortable. What more could I need? Love the additional ear pieces to allow for custom fits.Published on August 7, 2012 by Nope
I was very much pleased to find them sounding warm and full and with good soft bass. The company provided good set of tubes and connectors. Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by Tacit