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Panasonic Headphones Reviews

Updated: Jul 30, 2014 23:59
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#226
alaAverage 3.5

Panasonic RP HS41K

These earphones are too flimsy, too shallow sounding and cumbersome. As they sit away from both ears because of the hinge, they sound even worse. Don't bother.

4 user reviews

#227
alaAverage 3.5

Panasonic RP HV278

I have used these headphones for over two years, and they have suited me well. The sound quality is good, and I like the fact that the cord goes around the back of the neck.

7 user reviews

#228
alaAverage 3.4

Panasonic RP-HC56E-K In Ear Noise Cancelling Headphone with 92% Reduction in...

As with the previous review, I also bought theses from an airport retailer, but luckily I bought some spare batteries for the journey. Good job as none were supplied. I must admit that the noise cancellation is not as good as I was expecting but it...

3 user reviews

#229
alaAverage 3.3

Panasonic RP-HXD3WE

I bought this item on sale for 15£ which is a very reasonable price compared to local pricing. The bass tends to be a little to predominant, though. Had to diddle around with the equalizer to make the sound sound more "right". Fits well, the control...

7 user reviews

#230
alaAverage 3.3

Panasonic RP-HV297

I just got the item and to my big surprised it's not what it claimed to be. I paid for a set of PANASONIC headphone. I received a set of cheap headphones I could have gotten at a 99cents store. I bet trying to get a refund is gonna cost me more than...

4 user reviews

#231
alaAverage 3

Panasonic RP-HJE295-A

These earbuds sound great to me and I can't believe there aren't more reviews for this! I'm not an audiophile by any means but I love music. I listen to mostly rock and acoustic singer-songwriter type stuff and so far everything sounds nice and clear....

2 user reviews

#232
alaAverage 3

Panasonic Headphones and Earbuds

The pen requires a ‘AAA’ battery not supplied and has a volume slider which means that your device can remain out of sight in a pocket or bag. Available from the link below for £40.35 including delivery

1 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#233
alaAverage 3

Panasonic Noise Cancelling Headphones

Great headphones. Sound fantastic and prretty comfortable too. Quite pricey, which is why they only get 4 stars.

2 user reviews

#234
alaAverage 3

Panasonic RP-HV 184

I use this type of earphone mainly when out walking as I discovered the in-ear canal type [even expensive Sennheiser] to be useless because of transmitted vibration. For a good few years I have had an excellent pair of Panasonic earphones which came...

2 user reviews

#235
alaAverage 3

Panasonic Shockwave RP HX32

I listen to audiobooks only, no music, but find the sound reproduction to be very clear and they are very comfortable to wear. I wear them for hours every day with no problems. Very good product.

4 user reviews

#236
alaAverage 3

Panasonic RP-HT711

I really have to wonder what the previous reviewer was listening with--or to. These are full-frequencied headphones that have a pleasing, transparent sound. Testing them out on an Oscar Peterson CD, the piano tones are natural and very forward and...

2 user reviews

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#237
alaAverage 3

Panasonic RP HT660

I purchased this pair to replace my Panasonic RP-HT 710's after tripping on the cord and cracking them. I may still end up with another pair of 710's, which still strike me as providing the most sound for the least money. The 660's employ a unique,...

2 user reviews

#238
alaAverage 3

Panasonic KX TRA17

The product is made of good quality. Upon testing the mic picks up the friction noises easily, but cuts the conversation in the middle sometimes. It might be a combined problem of the voice activation setting of the walkie-talkie and the mic unit. ...

2 user reviews

#239
alaAverage 2.9

Panasonic RP-HXC40

These headphones sound and look OK but the bass is poor and there seems to be some resonance (buzzing) at certain higher frequencies. The seller charges 15% plus their shipping postage for restocking.

6 user reviews

#240
alaAverage 2.6

Panasonic RP HT275-P

I bought these at some discount clothing store for no reason really--they looked very comfortable and were like 10 bucks, long cord, seemed like good cheap TV headphones. Easily the best 10 bucks I've spent in recent memory. Maybe it's because they...

2 user reviews

#241
alaAverage 2.4

Panasonic RQP 35

This product did not accept any of the cassette tapes I had. I tried all kinds of ways but nothing worked. It was not the person I bought it from's fault as it was brand new and in its packaging. I was very disappointed. I thought Panasonic was a good...

3 user reviews

#242
alaAverage 2

Panasonic RP HC75-S

Not bad for straight ear buds, not very good for noise canceling earphones. Buy something else.

2 user reviews

#243
alaAverage 2

Noise Canceling Earphone

Not bad for straight ear buds, not very good for noise canceling earphones. Buy something else.

2 user reviews

#244
alaAverage 2

Super-Lightweight Headphones

I have doubts whether this product is genuine Panasonic. It's listed for $30 at the Panasonic website. I am a fan of Panasonic headphones. Even their entry level $10 XBS headphones sound great. But these headphones sound cheap and not even as good as...

2 user reviews

#245
alaAverage 1

Panasonic Monitor Headphones

I'm trying to buy an inexpensive but comfortable headphone set to go with an MP3 player for my brother. This product fits the bill except for one thing: The product info claims it has a 40mm 'driver unit'? What does this mean? How would it affect my...

2 user reviews

#246
alaAverage 1

2-Way Style Lightweight Travel-Fold Headphones/Clip-Ons with In-Line Volume...

These headphones, while they have good sound, are the most uncomfortable headphones ever made. I bought them for the in-line volume control and this is a cautionary tale about not making a choice on a single issue. The rigid ear clips, with oversized...

2 user reviews

#247
alaAverage 1

Panasonic RQ-CR 18

I had two major problems with this device and had to return it: 1. Volume level far too low, even when set to max (perhaps due to AVLS?). 2. Radio untuneable. There are 2 buttons for digital tuning - up and down - which when pressed make a loud...

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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