Panasonic RP-HJE120E-K Ergo Fit Ear Canal Headphones - Black
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Sensitivity/Volume: Both products give good volume with my devices. I would be pushed to distinguish between them.
Sound Quality: My old ears have high frequency roll-off so I am not a good judge of treble performance, but the Betatron sounds to me distinctly more "toppy". In the bass, despite Betatron's claim of "powerful base", I find the Panasonic to be a more mellow sound.
Cables: the cable of the Panasonic is a reasonable ~115cm. The Betatron is longer at ~130cm
Plug: The Betatron has a straight plug, the Panasonic a (sometimes more convenient) right angled one.
Shape: The Betatron, as you can see from the picture, is quite a large cylinder. The Panasonic "Ergo Fit" is unusual. What is not clear from the picture, is that the piece that goes into the ear is not central on the main body, but significantly in front of it as worn. This works. I get the impression that Panasonic have actually looked at the shape of the human ear!
Huge advantage: The Panasonic is the first and only phone that I can comfortably wear in bed with my ear on the pillow!
Impression: The Betatron seems to me to be saying "I'm a big, shiny, mean woofer" without actually delivering more bass. The Panasonic is designed to deliver great sound into the human ear.
The only problem with these is the wire. The wire can easily tangle, it will also eventually lose connection to the earphone eventually like any other earphone you can buy.
I generally use these for Cycling and its cheaper for me to replace these earphones than Beats once they eventually break (Usually after 1 - 2 years) of constant 5 days per week use both whilst cycling and whilst sat doing work at uni. Usually around 2 hours per day. So these are very reliable.
As mentioned before, the sound you get from these are immense and you'll be surprised what you expect from such cheap earphones (I bought my first pair for £15 and these are £6.50). I use these with my iPhone and they work great! They may work and sound better if you own a HTC which is made for sound!
I would definitely recommend these to anyone!
Unless you are looking for a style trend, which beats would be the better choice!
I hope this review helps you choose the right earphones for you!
I've also listened to the Pioneer SE-CL501 and the JVC Xtreme Xplosives, both in ear and at similar price points. In my opinion the Panasonics are far superior. I'm looking for a fairly neutral frequency response to listen to classical music. These provide just that. The bass is present without being overpowering and the treble is sparkling without being shrill.
They are also very comfortable and seem to be quite secure in my ears. As is standard nowadays, they come with three different sizes of rubber earpads.
I finally settled on the Sony MDRZX600 as my main headphones. These Panasonics will be the set that I keep in my pocket when my main phones would be too bulky. I'll quite happily listen to music on them all day, and if I loose them, it only costs £6 to buy a new pair.
For anyone interested in a highly portable set of headphones for listening to classical, I'd highly recommend giving these a try.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are by far the best ear-phones i've ever tried for this sort of price. If I'd never seen the price before I would have estimated around £30 - they're far better than some of... Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Amazon Customer
My favourite headphones by far, I have re-purchased these multiple times and the sound quality is that of far more expensive headphones so is incredible for the price!Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Totally amazing little earphones and at a great price, in my opinion they out preform alot of the more expensive ones very comfortable to have in the ear aswell. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
By far the best ear-buds I've ever owned and an absolute bargain at this price. I listen to a lot of well-produced music such as dnb/neurofunk (Noisia, Current Value etc) and these... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Delivery on time.
Perfect fitting in ears & not coming out while jogging .
Value for money.
This is my second one.
Bought this pair for my daughter. She had them for 6 months and stopped working properly. The problem is Panasonic Customer Service says they are covered by 12 month warranty but... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Mrs Mamil