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Updated: Oct 23, 2014 22:05
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#7101
alaAverage 4

Shure PA658 Airline Adapter for Shure Earphones

(This is not a complex product, but I have fun writing these reviews, so here you go)... The Shure airline adapter can be a BFF if Continental is your home away from home. As a Platinum miler (a dubious distinction I grant) I've purchased my fair...

5 user reviews

#7102
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

#7103
alaAverage 4

RCA Accordion Fit Headphones– HP285

I bought these to use while I am jogging and what a mistake that was. I used them once and then bought something else. The ear loops did not secure the headphones at all. The left ear kept falling off and eventually I took them off from annoyance. ...

8 user reviews

#7104
alaAverage 4

Altec Lansing inMotion iM202WHT

This is a great set of headphones for the price. The sound quality is decent and they are quite comfortable and stay put, would be great for the gym or to go on a run with.

5 user reviews

#7105
alaAverage 4

Koss HQ1

What can I say, I bought these for my son for Christmas and he loves them. I have ordered 2 more for my nephews after they used my sons. They think the bass is great!!!

6 user reviews

#7106
alaAverage 4

AirDrives Interactive Earphones

My ears start hurting after 30 minutes or so of using traditional earphones. AirDrives are worn on the outside of the ear, allowing me to listen to my iPod for hours if I want to with no discomfort. And due to the fact that I can hear everything that's...

5 user reviews

#7107
alaAverage 4

128MB MP3 Headphones

When I want 'music mobility' with the least fuss... these little puppies are my first choice. When it comes to LOADING them with music... it's a bit of a pain. But once the music is on them, they are a breeze to use.

5 user reviews

#7108
alaAverage 4

Cellink BTST-9000D

i have yet to test this with my laptop's bluetooth, ps3 bluetooth (and chat), one of my smartphones (for AVRCP), windows media center (? i never really use it, but why not?) But to be honest; i got it as the cheapest bluetooth dongle + Headset combo...

5 user reviews

#7109
alaAverage 4

Philips SBC HL130 - headphones

I've had these for 4-5 years and I use them every day with my computer. The foam has partially disintegrated, but I can't find other headphones to replace them with. They seem to have an amazing dynamic range and somehow are able to produce better...

6 user reviews

#7110
alaAverage 4

Jensen JHF310

I ordered these based on amazon reviews, however, I am disappointed with the sound quality. Where are the highs? Sort of a muffled, muddy sound is all I get. They are not as good as the Phillips $20. behind-the-head model that I already have. I am...

6 user reviews

#7111
alaAverage 4

Philips SBC-HC 210

Im really pleased with these headphones, there easy to set up and stay on your head, i use these whilst doing an exercise routine and they stay on my head whilst im jogging etc. Im not sure if its all headphones but when on the loudest setting its not...

5 user reviews

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#7112
alaAverage 4

Labtec Elite 840 Stereo

I've had these a little under a year and all I can say about them is that they've worked great. These headphones have excelent bass feedback (alot better than a pair of Sony and Panosonic studio headphones I've had in the past) and handle the highs...

6 user reviews

#7113
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

#7114
alaAverage 4

Sony MDR-CD60 Headphones

Ok, so you can't do a mix-down or E.Q. with these...but anyone who knows about sound E.Q, knows there are only a select few headphone types and brands that you can. Otherewise you should use studio monitors.

5 user reviews

#7115
alaAverage 4

Sony MDR-A 106 LP

Headphones ( semi-open ) - black

7 user reviews

#7116
alaAverage 4

Aiwa HP-AK100

I would have like to have gotten the Sony MDR-F1 open-air headphones, but they were to expensive (approx. $300.00). The Aiwa HP-AK100 shares some of the MDR-F1 features such as: open earcups, angled drivers, and comfort. I like the extra long cord,...

6 user reviews

#7117
alaAverage 4

Jensen JF 31

I purchased these a couple of years ago to carry around in my backpack and use when working on my computer at cafes. The thing I really like about these headphones is that they fold _flat_. Unlike other folding headphones which fold up into some sort...

8 user reviews

#7118
alaAverage 4

AIWA CSD AJ121

Although some might be inclined to complain about the comfort of the Aiwa's plastic ear attachments, they don't bother me once I have them on and adjusted. These inexpensive headphones compare very well with a pricey pair of in-ear headphones I also...

8 user reviews

#7119
alaAverage 4

Aiwa HP-V 600

The bass is unreal; while being complemented by the high end sound. (5-25 Hz)is the frequency response. The size of the actual ear piece is what makes the difference. They fit into the ear like a glove---never have to be moved around-(like all the...

5 user reviews

#7120
alaAverage 4

Sony MDR-NC 10

Board plane, put in ears, turn on noise canceling, sleep. Or listen to your movie (on your laptop)or their movie (using adapter that comes with unit) without going deaf competing with sounds around you. It does this and it fits in your pocket too. Sure...

9 user reviews

#7121
alaAverage 4

Maxell Light Beats LB 1B

i bought these headphones and when i first got them i tried out the flashing light system,,all it is is one constant flash And it got annoying, but theres a button to turn them off, so that didn't matter...and after about an hour with them on they...

8 user reviews

#7122
alaAverage 4

JVC HA B5VS

Based on my extensive review... Whew... I give it a buy recommendation.My Experience is/has been good with earlier model JVC miniDV DeckPros:Reliable. Great copy features. Good Price.Cons:No component video out. Should have firewire port on back. Poor...

5 user reviews

#7123
alaAverage 4

Sony WMFX487

I really like the features, sound, headphones, price. But based on the enclosed expired accessory offer, I conclude that it has been in the warehouse for going on 2 years, which led to my problem - the "fake display" sticker on the display was old and...

8 user reviews

#7124
alaAverage 4

dB Logic EP-200V Earphones with Microphone (Black)

Fine pair of ear buds, allowing a wide spectrum of sound without tinniness or echo. Bass is decent and treble is excellent. Highly recommend buds and World Wide Stereo!

8 user reviews

#7125
alaAverage 4

JVC HA-X580

They are sturdy, and the kids love them. The headphones have a long cord.This product has... Good for the car

3 user reviews

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