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Jvc Headphones Reviews

Updated: Dec 18, 2014 12:32
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alaAverage 2

JVC Marshmallow Headphones with Remote and Microphone (Compatible with...

Well I have always been a fan of JVC and so bought these, but when I tried it with my iPod, the remote did not work, at all....

4 user reviews

alaAverage 2


This camcorder could be the right thing for the right price but image stabilization is terrible.No High Def is better than poor High DefPros:Lightweight, easy to use, solid software,variety of inputs, multiple resolutionsCons:Optical image...

2 user reviews

alaAverage 1.5


I purchased these headphones to replace an old pair of Sony MDR-V300s. I had the same opinion as the previous review, the bass is weak and the sound quality substandard. I'll stick to Sony or another major brand in the future.

4 user reviews


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    About Jvc

    Victor Company of Japan, Ltd. (TYO: 6792), usually referred to as JVC, is an international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan which was founded in 1927. The company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and developing the VHS video recorder. Read more about Jvc


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