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Panasonic Headphones Reviews

Updated: Oct 20, 2014 22:10
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#201
alaAverage 4

Panasonic RP HS52

My teen likes them. She use them with her Nintendo DS, MP3 player and our desk top computer speakers (which I really appreciate so I don't have to listen to her music). For the computer speaker the cord could be longer but other than that no complaints.

7 user reviews

#202
alaAverage 4

Panasonic RP-HS 71

first off, the price is great. but along with the low price, u dont expect something audiophiles would fall in love with. that being said, i like these headphones. VERY comfortable to wear. almost like theyre not even on my ears! dont try to wear them...

5 user reviews

#203
alaAverage 4

Panasonic Hands-Free Headset with Foldable Comfort Fit Lightweight Headband...

This headset is comfortable to wear and the sound quality is excellent. I would buy this product again. I'm glad I bought it. Thanks

2 user reviews

#204
alaAverage 4

Panasonic RP HC720-K - headphones

This looks good and output is somewhat similar to that of $19.00 Coby CV195 Noise-Canceling Stereo Headphones. Advantage is it fits tightly on your ears and the moment you switch Noise Cancel on, a capacitor starts charging [high value it seems] and...

2 user reviews

#205
alaAverage 4

Blue Clip-On Headphones with XBS Bass Ports

I had a set of these headphones previously, and bought another set because I loved the first set so much!!

2 user reviews

#206
alaAverage 4

Panasonic Neck Strap Headphones - White With Carrying Case

Looks good, works fine, good price, but you have to be really close to the equipment you're connected to. It's only 27" from an earpiece to the plug.

2 user reviews

#207
alaAverage 4

Earbuds With Aluminum Housing

I tend to inflate my mixes with the subtle background sounds that appeal to me. In doing so it brings about a hip hop feel to the mix. I rid the mix of lower frequencies at below 25HZ. I try to throw out some of the higher frequency percussion sounds...

4 user reviews

#208
alaAverage 4

Panasonic RP-HT 010

I must disagree with the other review. At a cheap price they are good value. They are good looking, comfortable and do not hurt the ears so you can wear them for long periods. And even though they are open ear they keep a lot of the external sound out....

4 user reviews

#209
alaAverage 4

Panasonic RP HV288A

First of all, Amazon.com neglected to list the model number for these earbuds: RP-HV288A. The last letter "A" designates the blue color - Panasonic also makes an "S" model that is silver, and an "R" model that is red.

3 user reviews

#210
alaAverage 4

Panasonic RP-HS 40

Ok, if ur looking for a new set of headphones that will last for a LONG time and have awesome frequency (14hz-24,000hz), u have found the right ones. I bought this model back in the 7th grade and the left ear just blew out yesterday and im now a...

2 user reviews

#211
alaAverage 4

Panasonic RP HC100S

Over the past couple of years I've owned approximately 15 noise-canceling and isolation headphones, including the "Blose" models (which have absurdly poor fidelity). I keep two pair of Etymotics, one for my office, one to travel. However,

4 user reviews

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#212
alaAverage 3.9

RP-HV108EB-K Stereo Earphones with Volume Control - Black

Unfortunately the sound quality of these earphones is awful. Treble is poor, and bass reproduction is almost non-existent. Music sounds terrible with them. I also find they slip out of the ears very easily (no foam buds are provided). The only...

8 user reviews

#213
alaAverage 3.9

Panasonic RP-HJE270-P Headphones

I was really disappointing with the sound of these buds, very little base to the sound they produce. I don't listen to music that requires a lot of base, and the sound is still terrible. Mine will likely see the trash bin soon enough.

9 user reviews

#214
alaAverage 3.9

Panasonic RP-HV 277

I bought some much more expensive ear buds at the beginning of the year because I was going on a trip and wanted to use my MP3 player, but it's a cheap player and the volume control on it is terrible! (One decimal above completely silent is still way...

8 user reviews

#215
alaAverage 3.9

Panasonic RP HV288S

I stumbled on these a few years and and have since purchased four more because I don't think Panasonic makes them anymore. I've previously owned Sony and Sennheiser ear buds that didn't last very long.

9 user reviews

#216
alaAverage 3.8

Panasonic RP-HV108E

I've had these earphones for a couple of months now, and had no problems. The sound quality is good and the volume adjusting button on the earphones is a useful tool for when I'm on the move. They are durable too, I've stood on them, dropped them etc....

9 user reviews

#217
alaAverage 3.8

Panasonic iPod Nano In-Ear Headphones - Pink

Was on look out for some new earphones and these are great. Stay in and keep music nice and loud for running, whilst not drowning out traffic noise totally. The pink just means hubby wont pinch them!!

5 user reviews

#218
alaAverage 3.8

Panasonic iPod Nano In-Ear Headphones - Green

look good and sound good worth the cash

4 user reviews

#219
alaAverage 3.8

Panasonic RP-HT 60

These headphones are not the best I've ever used, but they are an excellent choice when considering their price. I use them at work, when walking, and when riding a train (please don't use them when driving your car!). They sound really great!

4 user reviews

#220
alaAverage 3.7

Panasonic RP-HV21GU-K Headphone

I bought these earphones earlier this year. Initially it was good. But now, its sound quality is deteriorating. It does not perform well in the long term. Now, I cnat even differentiate various sound modes. They all sound the same.

3 user reviews

#221
alaAverage 3.7

Panasonic RP HT770-S

I ordered Panasonic RP-HT770, because I have been a happy owner of RP-F500 for many years. The latter are just a great pair of headphones: sound is perfect for a product in this price range, comfort is good. But after long years of faithful service...

3 user reviews

#222
alaAverage 3.5

Panasonic RP HV102

Ear buds always lose sound in one of the ears in about 3 months. I have not had these for 1 month yet so we'll see.

8 user reviews

#223
alaAverage 3.5

Panasonic RPHV107

I bought these to replace existing Panasonic earphones which failed after many years of good service. Main use is for running or walking in the hills. They do the job but certainly inferior quality to previous model. But for the price of a little more...

4 user reviews

#224
alaAverage 3.5

Panasonic RP-HNJ200

I thought these were the headphones I previously owned (the actual earbuds are the same) but it turns out these are connected to a very ugly reflective silver necklace. I'm not sure what to do with them now, it's vain yes, but I'm sorry if I don't want...

4 user reviews

#225
alaAverage 3.5

Panasonic® Stereo Insidephones

They say you get what you pay for, and these are the cheapest ear buds sold by [...] Having said that, I have purchased cheap headphones from other stores and generally the sound was pretty good. These are notably substandard.

2 user reviews

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    Panasonic is an international brand name for Japanese electric products manufacturer Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Under this brand Matsushita sells plasma and LCD display panels, DVD recorders and players, Blu-ray Disc players, camcorders, telephones, vacuum cleaners, microwave ovens, shavers, projectors, digital cameras, batteries, laptop computers (under the sub-brand Toughbook), portable CD, analog tape decks and home stereo equipment, electronic components and semiconductors... Read more about Panasonic

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