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Panasonic RP-HJE125E-W Ergo Fit In-Ear Headphone - White
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- Ergo fit with 3 size ear pads for high comfortable fit that won't slip out
- Powerful sound with OctaRib diaphragm
- Wider frequency response 10-24 kHz for full listening enjoyment
- Long 3.6 feet cord threads comfortably through clothing and bags
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Colour Name: White | Style Name: RP-HJE125E-W
Enjoy full listening comfort with soft, snug ear buds that conform instantly to your ears. The Panasonic RP-HJE125E in-ear headphones deliver a powerful sound offering an audio production. Express your individuality while enjoying your favourite music with 9 colour variations included, you will always find one that matches the day’s outfit, your audio player and your mood. Large 9 mm neodymium drivers produce a wider frequency response (10-24 kHz) providing a full sound listening experience from base to treble.
Earphones, 3 pairs of earpads
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Panasonic Ergo Fit In-Ear Headphone
Enjoy full listening comfort with soft, snug ear buds that conform instantly to your ears.
The Panasonic RP-HJE125E in-ear headphones deliver a powerful sound offering an audio production. Express your individuality while enjoying your favourite music with 9 colour variations included, you will always find one that matches the day’s outfit, your audio player and your mood.
Large 9 mm neodymium drivers produce a wider frequency response (10-24 kHz) providing a full sound listening experience from base to treble.
- ErgoFit design for Ultimate comfort and fit
- 3 pair of soft earpads included
|Drive Unit (diam. in mm)||9.0|
|Impedance (Ohm) / 1 kHz||16.0|
|Sensitivity (dB / mW)||97.0|
|Weight (g) without cord||4 .0|
|Cord Length (m)||1.1m|
|Plug Type (en JP)||Nickel Plated|
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The sound suits me with a good balance, strong bass but not of control, and lower treble. This makes it comfortable for 10+ hours listening at work on a flat EQ. If you wish you can then boost some frequencies like a bit extra kick on lows and extra cymbal action on highs.
These are the only ones that consistently fit in my ears and isolate outside noise properly without the need to constantly readjust.
Other Earphones I've used that didn't hold in my ears
Seinheiser CX300 x1
Sony MDR-EX300SLB with 13.5mm Driver Unit (currently own) x3
JVC HAFX1X Xtreme Xplosives x5
Betron B750s (currently own) x2
Panasonic RP-HJE125-K (currently own) x7
Soundmagic E10 (currently own) x1
I remember enjoying the Sony's but if you're at work moving around, it's not funny when you have to spend another £45 on a monthly basis. The JVC's where cheap enough with plenty of bass but you could tell they colour the sound and you have to compensate with EQ. Not badfit but the Panasonics were less than half price at one point. The Betrons have better highs but they seem lacking. The Soundmagic's disappointed me in their fit and sound.
As a result I keep coming back to the Panasonics. I've used them heavily at work, at home direct to laptop, and more recently through an Aukey BR-C1 bluetooth receiver. And this is how both my better-half and I use the Panasonics.
I mean for around £6 you can't beat them. I've seen them last over a year, or just a couple of months. They do the job without leaving you in tears.
I also use Beyerdynamic DT770s for editing on the laptop or playing guitar, but that's another kind of beast.
The audio profile has fairly good bass but the treble is somewhat recessed making the sound a little muffled. The RP-HJE125 delivers a fairly balance sound with slight emphasis on the low end with rather recessed treble (typically in the 8k-16k) bands.
They sound a little worse than my old Pansonic pair that I bought back in 2002 (for £14), which had better treble and clarity than these HJE125.
The soundstage isn't as good as my old Panasonic earphones but you can't really expect much at this price point.
These won't be everyone's cup of tea, and most may call it tinny or unclear, but with an equalizer, you can apply extra bass and crank up the high bands a little to produce a well-rounded listening experience.
They are a great fit and really comfortable to have in, they can slip out during workouts - but to be honest this is pretty normal for earphones unless you've got an over ear clip of some sort so not a major issue.
The sound quality is really good, I know there is often a big fuss about noise cancelling etc but to be honest I can barely hear anything else other than music when I have these in - in case you're wondering that is without the volume at 11, normal level; usually in the city centre.
Downsides for me were the thin wires which I never like and the lack of a mic which I had grown used to from my previous earphones.
I have to admit, I bought mainly due to the fact they're Panasonic, a quality brand I've had mostly good experience with for decades, and at a very reasonable price. I didn't have great expectations, but thought it's worth a punt.
On opening the blister pack, I found the earphones also came with some alternate size rubber buds, 3 sizes in all, and although earphones do look kinda strange with their offset design, once I changed to a different size bud (fiddly) they fitted perfectly, and actually quite comfortable. The first thing I realised, was that they stayed in place, I didn't have to keep adjusting or putting them back in my ears. More impressive, was the sound quality, way better than I'd expected considering the price. It's very clear and distinctive, and for their tiny size, the bass is pretty impressive, not muddy or flat sounding at all, certainly as good or better than the £15 Sony ones I'd been using beforehand. My only criticism would be that in comparison, the volume is slightly lower overall, but then most of these in ear type suffer with distortion if too loud anyway due to their tiny speakers.
Overall, fantastic price for the sound they deliver. Very pleased.
Total recommend for the price £6.10
The price, the size and how it slips into my ears. I have small ear canals and these work well fitting in. The bass is amazing and the sound quality over all is just as good as some more expensive ones out there. These are discreet and i use them way too much.
Only issue was the rubber, i had some spare rubber buds from an old pair of sennhiesers i used to replace the ones these originally came with as they were quite hard.