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JVC HA-FXC51-B Micro-High Definition Headphone for iPod, iPhone and Mp3 - Black

by JVC

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  • Ear Canal Headphone
  • High-definition sound and superior sound isolation with MICRO-HD driver unit
  • Bass-boosting port and carbon diaphragm reproduce high-clarity deep bass
  • Soft rubber cushion provides comfortable and secure fit
  • 1.2m cord with gold-plated iPhone-compatible slim plug

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  • Item Weight: 82 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 141 g
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  • Item model number: HA-FXC51-B
  • ASIN: B003P19YL2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 28 Jan. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)

Product Description

In-ear canal headphones with high definition and deep bass sound achieved with MICRO-HD driver unit.

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jofis on 9 Mar. 2012
I agree with the first review. I don't know about other more expensive types of "earbud" style earphones though (I normally use studio style phones), and have never spent more than £20 on earbuds, but these blow away the many others that I've killed with my bass-heavy reggae and electro! Very nice all round sound, deep subs, clear mids, maybe a little too much low treble/high mids. Just EQ. Highly recommended.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 14 Aug. 2011
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Used with my Cowon J3, these are astonishing. There is no area in which they are far behind my hundred pound Etymotic HF5s - and for bass, a sense of openness and space, low microphonics (the sound the cable makes in your ear when it rubs on your shirt) and comfort they are far beyond them. A lot depends on the shaped and dimensions of that big waxy hole in your ear, but for me they were even more comfortable than the JVC FX67 Aircushions that have long been considered the definition of IEM comfort.

About that bass: I always thought that I was a treble person, but now I realize that I confused bass with the unmusical thumping of BAD base. The 51's bass is musical and detailed and you can lose yourself in it the same way that you can in guitar. The HF5's lack in this area had left the Clash sounding like a thin shadow of themselves, but heard through the 51s they sound like they're ready to march down to 10 Downing Street and kick Margaret Thatcher out of her bed: Topper Headon, welcome back - I never appreciated you as much as you deserved.

Are there any downsides? One. The 51s need radical EQing. In particular they seem to need a deep dip at about 220Hz (i.e. moderate bass) and a hefty punching up of the mid-range. If your player doesn't do EQ well, these are not for you. Unless, perhaps, you're a hardcore bass head - in which case go ahead and turn yourself into a human woofer.

A nice touch that my Etymotics lack: the 51s have a fin-shaped handle on the body that makes them *much* easier to pull out in a hurry.

If I'd had the chance to listen to HF5s before buying them, then I don't think I'd have paid more 30 or 40 pounds. But I'd have paid maybe as much as 80 for the 51s.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Arvid on 20 Nov. 2013
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Very impressive sound out of these! the somewhat open construction gives and airy and light sound. Not leaving out the bass that some Balanced armature in ears do.

The sound is very crisp and clear, the bass has more then enough impact and does not bleed into the midrange that some cheaper in ears will do that just focuses on the bass.

You get the full spectrum with these and they are probably the best in ear i have tried to date. That including some very expensive ones!

I'm not going to write my heart out explaining the sound on these for now. But if you want good quality sound without to much bloated bass and you actually want to hear the details recorded in good instrumental music. This is by no means a bad choice!

The only downside is the cable and connector. Cables are flimsy and the connector could be better. But for the price, JVC has focused on the important part here. The sound, which is great!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Pauline T. Cohen on 28 Jun. 2014
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Bought these for my son as his previous pair had a broken wire inside and only one earphone was working. These go into the ear and they block out very nearly all sound, so they are excellent for a perfect listening experience for the user. Not so good if you are trying to call your son for dinner!!! Excellent product.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mickey The Lips on 28 Dec. 2012
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I have tried many different headphones over the years and these are clearly the best I have purchased so far. I always buy in this price range, between 15 and 25 pounds and for this price I think they are excellent. I have tried Skull candy and Sennheiser in this price range and these JVC's come out top.
The sound quality is excellent, the bass really comes out well without being too much and drowning everything else out, they have good treble and mid too.
The fit of the headphones, a very important part I think, is brilliant, they come with adaptors and all of them make them sit well in the ear very firmly and comfortably. They do have bits that stick out which may not be for everyone but this style really works for me.
I have not had a pair of headphones that have lasted more than 6 months, either the sound quality drops noticeably or totally in one ear or the lead becomes bedraggled. The JVC's feel a lot more durable upon first purchase and feel like they will last, I hope I am not reviewing too early but I can tell from previous purchases these are slightly superior in terms of manufacturing. The lead does not tangle as much as others I have owned but will if stuffed into a pocket or bag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J Malik on 18 Mar. 2013
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Bought these for my wife replacing her sony EX50 headphones. Miles better quality, very crisp sound and sits nicely in ear.
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These are possibly the most uncomfortably designed headphones I have used. The sound is just fine but there is just no way to use this comfortably. I have not had any comfort problems with any of the headphones i have previously used but JVC have gone beyond the call of duty in designing these mini torture instruments. I have bought several pairs of JVC HA-FX67 AIR FIT In-Ear Canal Headphones which fit comfortably but are a bit flimsy (the last 2 broke when the earpiece broke in half when the cord got pulled). 2 stars for sound and none for comfort!
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