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JVC HA-FX300-R - High Quality In-Ear Canal Headphones - Red

alaTest has collected and analyzed 120 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the usability and bass quality. The value for money and comfort also get good feedback, whereas some have doubts about the reliability.

sound, comfort, value for money, bass quality, usability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the JVC HA-FX300-R - High Quality In-Ear Canal Headphones - Red is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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Amazon review summary for JVC HA-FX300-R - High Quality In-Ear Canal Headphones - Red


alaTest has collected and analyzed 45 user reviews of JVC HA-FX300-R - High Quality In-Ear Canal Headphones - Red from The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other Headphones on

sound, comfort, value for money, design, bass quality

82% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: JVC HA-FX300B In-Ear Headphones (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)JVC HA-FX300B In-Ear Headphones (Black)JVC HA-FX300R Bi-Metal Structure Headphone Wired Stereo Earbud Binaural Neodymium Driver

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Impressive sound


Cheap if you are looking for a good pair of earbuds under 100$.

Very good sound and bass quality plus I blocks outside noise

not really any

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Beware JVC


Spend some money and go with a better brand like Sennheiser or Klipsch or other name brands. Don't cheap out on a deal it might cost you plenty. I can see the ones I bought are no longer available with no plans to restock I should have searched for...


I have owned two pair of other jvc headphones and both have lost a channel. They were not the most expensive but the second pair had a short in the one channel and was distorting inststead of dead like the other pair. The rubber ear piece fell off and...


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Great !!


Great sound, fit perfectly

Comfortable","Compact","Good Bass","Great Sound","Lightweight","Stylish

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Excellent sound, better than Bose


These earphones have the best sound I have experience in a long time, and these have some noise-reduction capabilities. Because of in-ear design, these go comfortably inside the ear. I use them on my Zune and don't have to worry about putting the...

Comfortable","Durable","Good Value","Great Sound","Lightweight

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first i'll say that i'm keeping them. bad things first: i hate advertising, so i like my headphones to be as silent to other people as possible. these do a fair job of isolating the sound and my work neighbor isn't disturbed by them, but they aren't as...

fit and comfort, sound quality

bass might be suspect, more ambient noise than my last pair of headphones

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Lightweight, 4 ear canal inserts of different size

Everything else. The sounds is horrible. No bass, hights are blown out. Even when I attempted to crank up the bass through the equalizer, these headphones simply wouldn't respond. The advertised frequency response 8 Hz - 25,000 Hz is a joke! These...

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JVC out did themselves


Amazing sound, I heard many ear phones before and these are definitely the best bang for the buck, when compared to those fancy german brands and overpriced Bose

it takes some effort to insert into ears, i guess you just have to get use to it, and you have to adjust the angle of the ear phones to get the perfect sound. But once you find your sweet spot, theres no going back ; JVC Rules

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Best have found so far, lil lite on bass


There's a little different putting your ear from regular buds but they are a good step up from [$] range. Midrange and highs are excellent.

Great Sound, Lightweight

Low bass

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I use them while working out. The cord has just enough length to fit under my short and rotate as my Zune does without causing any problems. The bass is extra crisp and enhances the music experience. The fit in my ear helps eliminate the other sounds...

Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Lightweight, Rich Sound


Product Specifications

The new JVC HA-FX300 employs a range of sound-enhancing technologies, including an aluminum evaporation diaphragm, a new internal dual-metal structure and aluminum housing. The new aluminum evaporation diaphragm used in the HA-FX300 reproduces high-frequency detail more accurately than conventional cellulose or polymer-based diaphragm designs. To further enhance performance, the headphone features JVC's new Bi-METAL structure - the drive unit is housed in a stainless steel base wrapped in a high-specific-gravity brass ring to eliminate vibration and energy loss, enhancing performance across the frequency range. Other innovations are aluminum housings, designed to reduce resonance, and the use of OFC (oxygen-free copper) to minimize transmission loss in the 1.0 meter friction noise reduction cord. The HA-FX300 also offers a plug that is compatible with Apple's iPhone. To ensure a snug, comfortable fit the headphones come with three different sized silicon rubber earpieces and a pair of memory foam earpieces for a customized fit, while at the same time delivering superior isolation from external sounds and minimizing sound leakage.

Audio Output

Connectivity Technology:Wired
Headphones Form Factor:Ear-bud
Headphones Type:Binaural
Product Type:Headphones
Response Bandwidth:8 - 25000Hz
Sound Output Mode:Stereo

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Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:JVC HA

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