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Panasonic RP-HS200E-K Water Resistant Sports Headphones - Black
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- Side Mount 12.4mm Speaker for Powerful Sound
- Water resistant
- Canal In-ear type for firm fit
- Soft comfort fit Elastomer Hanger reduces cord touch noise
- Frequency Response 10Hz-22kHz
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Cable length: 1.2 m
Colour of product: Black
Connectivity technology: Wired
Ear coupling: Intraaural
Headphone frequency: 10 - 22000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity: 101 dB
Impedance: 17.5 Ω
Magnet type: neodymium
Maximum input power: 0.1 W
Weight: 7.3 g
Canal-style earphones with large speaker and flexible elastomer hanger
The HS200 canal type headphones have been specially designed and developed for music loving athletes. A common disadvantage to canal headphones for sport use was it can easily slip out from your ear due to its compactness. HS200 overcomes this problem by adding a flexible elastomer hanger, which makes the headphones stay firmly and comfortably attached to your ear. Moreover the hanger works as an absorber to minimize the cord touch noise while running.
The larger the speaker unit, the better the sound quality. In order to equip a large size speaker driver of 12.4mm diameter, HS200 has a unique construction of Side mount Speakers. Unlike ordinary headphones, the driver units are mounted sideways of the headphone frame, this is the only solution to equip a large speaker in such a compact body. The newly developed large speaker ensures rich mid-high sound range and deep tight base sound.
The ultimate sports headphones come in 5 active colours and are water resistant so it will be protected from sweat or weather conditions.
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Top Customer Reviews
I wouldn't exactly call myself a soundaphile, but the sound quality is good, too.
The Bad: These are not sweat proof as claimed, during prolong runs (particularly interval training), one or both the headphones tend to become very quiet (if left for a while they dry out and regain their volume). Secondly during sprinting or fast passed runs, the socket rubbing against your leg can sometimes create a static noise in the ear phones, effecting sound quality (has become less prevalent the more I use them).
The Good: They stay in extremely well and are very comfortable to wear. The sound quality is great and you can easily forget your wearing them. On a final note the noise cancelling although not perfect is sufficient enough to allow for blocking out most ambient noise while still remaining safe for out door running.
The Neutral: The cord for the headphones is extremely long, some people may find this advantageous or disadvantageous.
I can truly recommend these head phones. I can't comment on the sound quality because I only listen to speech via radio not music so if there is any lack of quality I am not aware.
I ordered these headphones since I needed them for gym - and they were a real pleasant surprise. They did not fall out, they're comfortable to wear for long time, I don't need to readjust them on my ear every 10 minutes like the previous headphones I used - all in all a very good buy, especially for the price.
I liked the fact that they came with 3 different ear cups - both small and medium fit my ears nicely.
- comfortable to wear
- nice sound quality (I'll be honest and admit that I'm not an audiophile, I wouldn't be able to tell if they were 'excellent' or just 'good' - everything I listened to sounded good enough to my untrained ear.)
- decent fit due to flexibility - don't fall out during sports, so a good buy for gym or running or any form of exercise
- adjustable due to the 3 different ear cup sizes
None really. It took me a few tries though to figure out how to put them on with ease instead of awkward fumbling around since I was not used to the flexible clips. The moment I realized that it would be easier to put the clip behind my ear and bend the bud later instead of putting the bud in first and then bending the clip everything went fine. (It's pretty obvious - but I wouldn't have minded reading it in a review, so I'm including it.)
Using them for a couple of weeks now, very pleased all in all - I'd buy them again if I manage to loose or break them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliant for the gym/running - these stay on your ears better than others I have tried, produce good sound, and have lasted a long time.Published 18 months ago by Nicola
Very comfortable, the audio is a bit tinny. But its not too bad for traiing etc.Published 20 months ago by John Edwards
In comparison with my relatively cheap Creative earphones (£6-£10) the sound is disappointing, especially for songs. Only positive is that they hold well onto your ears.Published on 4 April 2014 by DA Marco
I think is not worth of the money. used this for a month and one side is not working properly, doesn't hold when you run.Published on 17 Mar. 2014 by KOL MARKU
This product was good value for money, and arrived on time with no hassles. There was no hidden costs and overall I am more than satisfied.Published on 28 Feb. 2014 by T. M. Dennis
I am waiting sitll but form 8 days dont have no update about item they was out of stock they are instock now and i saw afer 1 day they are 5 instock only and i still dont have... Read morePublished on 27 Dec. 2013 by Ahmed
Very happy with my purchase and very good sound quality. A little fiddly to put on especially at the gym!Published on 12 May 2013 by Paul Brownlee
Over ear clip does work although it can be fiddly to fit- seems best to put in earpiece and then fit clip around ear. Read morePublished on 1 May 2013 by Charles Crossland
I bought the headphones for my husband for the gym as they were water resistant. He says he said they are the best he has had and actually fit into his ears properly without... Read morePublished on 9 Jan. 2013 by Angela Smith