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JVC HAFX67R Headphone, In-Ear, Red (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

3.9 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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  • 3 sizes soft silicon rubber ear pieces
  • good quality
  • noise reduction
  • Soft Silicon Rubber Air Cushions
  • 8.5 mm Neodymium driver
  • Friction Noise Reduction Cord
  • Iphone / Ipod compatible slim plug
  • Cord Clip included
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Technical Details

  • carrying case
  • ios-phone-control
  • noise reduction

Product Description

AIR CUSHION,8.5mm NEO DRV

Product Information

Product Dimensions 25 x 0.5 x 0.7 inches
Item Weight 0.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces
Manufacturer JVC
ASIN B003AIL2FG
Item model number HAFX67R
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3.9 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,691 in Electronics > Headphones > Earbud Headphones
#59,795 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Player Accessories
#62,561 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater
Date first available at Amazon.com December 19, 2005

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For $20, you will not find a better IEM on the planet. The sound quality is very comparable to $200 reference IEM's such as the Sleek SA6. These IEM's are far more comfortable than the SA6 to boot. Don't get me wrong, there is a slight difference in sound quality but for the price, these "cheap" IEM's have better value. They stay in, and you don't want to take them out either. They sound and feel great... not only to your ears, but to your wallet to.
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I normally don't use in ear phones b/c I have a hard time finding ones that fit comfortably. After reading the review on these JVCs, I though for less than $20, how could I go wrong. So far I'm very pleasantly surprised. Although the construction quality isn't stellar, you'd never guess that these are anything less than $50 by looking at them. They do come with a couple of extra ear pieces. I find the memory foam ones to be exceptionally comfortable, and they do a good job of blocking out ambient noise. As far as the sound, I'm equality impressed. I'd say that they sound balanced. Not too bright, decent, but not overwhelming bass. Reasonably good detail. Very easy to listen to. If you are prone to hearing fatigue,these may be the ticket.

Overall, an extremely comfortable pair of headphones with construction and sound quality that defies the price.
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As my wife and 'tween-ager are virtual Bermuda Triangles for ear buds, they eventually lose/break all theirs and subsequently borrow mine with the same outcome. Thus I recently found I needed to buy three new sets of ear buds at once. I bought three different sets off Amazon, all having decent reviews: JVC HAFX67R, JVC Xtreme Xplosives, and JLab Audio JBuds J2. Today I sat down to compare them all side-by-side. In the interim, a fairly new set of Apple buds resurfaced, so I had four sets for the bake-off. Caveats: First I am 40-something, with a few too many years of loud music, so I decidedly do NOT have audiophile ears. Second, I tested these right out of the package. Many reviews discuss the need to break in a set of drivers, so this could skew the results. Third, all of them sounded pretty good. I would have been satisfied with any of the new ones, so any negative remarks are for comparison's sake. Note, I tested the buds with an Apple Nano gen4, with music I favor, specifically acoustic/folk and hard rock, in both cases somewhat "busy", having a wide range of frequencies going in the mix. I have a strong preference for drivers that provide good presence and clarity in mid-range, and producing clear overtones without being too bright or tinny.

Results: Fourth place, Apple buds. These sounded somewhat muffled vs. the clarity of the others, and they are really uncomfortable and fall out easily when positioned for best sound. Third place, JLab Audio JBuds J2. Very comfortable fit, with good sound isolation and solid bass, but still sounded somewhat muffled vs. the other two new sets. Close second place, JVC Xtreme Xplosives. Again great fit with good sound isolation. As advertised, these offer very pronounced bass, exaggerated even.
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Let me begin by saying I'm no audiophile. I know what sounds good and what doesn't, but that is about the limit of my ability. However, I have gone through many, many headphones over the years, and after a week, I can safely say these are the best ones.

The reason is how comfortable they are. The air cushion construction really does work, and keeps them planted firmly in the ear. The number one problem with headphones I've experienced in the past was them frequently falling out of my ears, requiring constant adjustment. That is not the case with these. I've sat at my computer with them, I've walked with them, I took a crowded commute on public transportation with them, and all without needing to pay them any mind. Once they are in your ears, they are incredibly stable, so you can enjoy your music no matter what you're doing. The product comes with various sized rubber ear pieces: small, medium, and large. And even a separate pair of memory foam ones. To be honest, I haven't tried these yet despite being curious, simply because I've had no need. The medium sized ear pieces that the headphones have attached by default suit me perfectly, which goes to show how well these headphones fit.

In terms of sound quality, I think these have more bass to them than my previous headphones did. I haven't noticed any defects or issues to complain about, but as I said, I'm no audiophile. If you are, then these may or may not be best for you. But if you're looking for solid quality audio, at a reasonable price, with excellent comfort, then these fit the bill perfectly.
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I have no reason to spend big bucks on ear buds, so I can't compare these with high end Shure and other brands. I can say that these are the best sounding ear buds I've had and I've been searching for a good while. Good accurate bass, a decent soundstage, crisp clean highs are all there.

What is just as important to me is the comfort. Wow! These fit so nicely in my ear, nothing else I've tried even comes close. No awkward corners or edges. Beautiful fit, they stay in, and I can wear them for hours with no discomfort at all. For the price, a clear winner. Grab some.
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