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Panasonic Wired Earphones 3.5 mm Jack Black (RP-HJE125E-K)
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- Drive unit (diam. In mm) 9. 0
- Impedance (ohm)/ 1 kHz 16. 0
- Sensitivity (dB/ mw) 97. 0
- Max input (mw) 200. 0
- Frequency response (Hz - kHz) (EN JP) 10Hz - 24kHz
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Panasonic Ergofit in Ear Earbuds
- S/M/L ear pads for a custom and comfortable fit that won't slip out
- Nine vivid fashion color options with color matching cords complement your outfit, accessories and mood
- Wider frequency response for fuller listening enjoyment
- Long 3.6-ft cord threads comfortably through clothing and bags
Ergofit Design for Ultimate Comfort and Fit
Enjoy full listening comfort with soft, snug earbuds that conform instantly to your ears. Three pairs of included, ultra-soft earpads (small, medium, large) ensure a perfect fit for every ear.
Nine Color Options with Color-matched Cords Included
Express your individuality while enjoying your favorite music. With nine color variations included, you’ll always find one that best matches the day’s outfit, your audio player and your mood.
Long, 3.6-Foot Cord for Extra Convenience
A long 3.6 foot color-matched cord provides the flexibility and comfort needed for an active day, and can be comfortably threaded through a jacket, bag, or backpack.
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Most of my iPad usage is reading newspapers and magazines, but also I am a YouTube fan and I watch movies from Netflix and other streaming services. So I need good sound reproduction. Not great, as you would want from a dedicated music playback system, but good.
These babies deliver. Because I don't need a built-in mic or a volume control, I bought Panasonic's bare-bones product at a giveaway price. What I got was a set of earbuds that actually stay in my ears (the Apple earbuds were always falling out), and though their medium sized eartips are snug, they do not hurt, even after hours of using them. These buds do not screen out a lot of exterior sounds, something that is not an issue for me but you should be aware of.
Sound quality is, as I say, good. The spoken voice, as in YouTube narrations, is clear and distinct. Music is okay, a little muddy in the high treble but I can live with that.
One of the best aspects of these earbuds is rarely noted in earbud reviews but very important: They are LOUD. Most of the time my Apple earbuds required that to get sufficient volume I had to set my iPad to play at full volume. With these earbuds, full volume is usually just too loud, and that is as it should be. YouTube is notorious for the variability of playback volume of its content. Some YT vids come in fine, but with many, the playback volume level is set too low, and with my Apple earbuds I'd strain to make sense of what was being said. Not so with these Panasonics. If a YouTube video is hard to hear, I simply increase the iPad's volume level and the earbuds respond with sufficiently boosted volume that the video is worth watching.
A final observation: The wiring of this earbud set is thin and fragile-appearing, and easily tangled. A minor drawback as long as it works. But on the positive side, the connecting wire to the output device is longer than usual, a great convenience when I plug them into my PC's far-away sound port. Apple has always been stingy with their wiring lengths -- whether it's a charging cable or a wired headset, they're always just a little too short. I'm happy to say Panasonic are not guilty of such corner-cutting.
Basically the specs show these with a wider freq. response which accounts for the much better sound I imagine?
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The sound suits me with a good balance, strong bass but not of control, and lower treble. This makes it comfortable for 10+ hours listening at work on a flat EQ. If you wish you can then boost some frequencies like a bit extra kick on lows and extra cymbal action on highs.
These are the only ones that consistently fit in my ears and isolate outside noise properly without the need to constantly readjust.
Other Earphones I've used that didn't hold in my ears
Seinheiser CX300 x1
Sony MDR-EX300SLB with 13.5mm Driver Unit (currently own) x3
JVC HAFX1X Xtreme Xplosives x5
Betron B750s (currently own) x2
Panasonic RP-HJE125-K (currently own) x7
Soundmagic E10 (currently own) x1
I remember enjoying the Sony's but if you're at work moving around, it's not funny when you have to spend another £45 on a monthly basis. The JVC's where cheap enough with plenty of bass but you could tell they colour the sound and you have to compensate with EQ. Not badfit but the Panasonics were less than half price at one point. The Betrons have better highs but they seem lacking. The Soundmagic's disappointed me in their fit and sound.
As a result I keep coming back to the Panasonics. I've used them heavily at work, at home direct to laptop, and more recently through an Aukey BR-C1 bluetooth receiver. And this is how both my better-half and I use the Panasonics.
I mean for around £6 you can't beat them. I've seen them last over a year, or just a couple of months. They do the job without leaving you in tears.
I also use Beyerdynamic DT770s for editing on the laptop or playing guitar, but that's another kind of beast.
Und das Beste: Bei mir haben NIE lange Inear-Kopfhörer gehalten. Die Dinger die man sich in die Hormuschel klemmt, konnte ich eh noch nie verwenden. Aber diese Passform ist der Hammer. Das habe ich noch nie erlebt bei einem Kopfhörer. Wenn es steckt, steckt der Mist.
Ich bestelle direkt noch mal 2 nach für schlechte Zeiten. Bei dem Preis, gehe ich nicht davon aus, dass die Kopfhörer lange leben. Das schöne am Preis, es ist egal.
Ein Kabelbruch bei einem 100 Euro Kopfhörer kurz nach der Garantie würde mir in der Seele weh tun.
Also, wer jetzt nicht in einem Tonstudio sitzt,, realistische Erwartungen für den Preis hat, kriegt hier vermutlich das bestmögliche !
Der erste Kopfhörer lebt noch immer! Am Hörer ist ein wenig ausgeleiert aber es funktioniert nach wie vor 1a! Tja, damit revidiere ich erst mal meine Aussage, dass nicht mit einer längeren Haltbarkeit zu rechnen ist.
Für den Preis immer noch das Beste was ich je hatte für ein bisschen Musik.
I have just removed them from the washing machine and to my surprise they still work!. /don't get me wrong the sound is good but nothing amazing particularly for music, but if like me you listen to a lot of podcasts and audio books these are perfect and so far indestructible!
The audio profile has fairly good bass but the treble is somewhat recessed making the sound a little muffled. The RP-HJE125 delivers a fairly balance sound with slight emphasis on the low end with rather recessed treble (typically in the 8k-16k) bands.
They sound a little worse than my old Pansonic pair that I bought back in 2002 (for £14), which had better treble and clarity than these HJE125.
The soundstage isn't as good as my old Panasonic earphones but you can't really expect much at this price point.
These won't be everyone's cup of tea, and most may call it tinny or unclear, but with an equalizer, you can apply extra bass and crank up the high bands a little to produce a well-rounded listening experience.