Review: a-Jays One Heavy Bass Impact Earphones
I am fiddly with earphones, and have a talent when it comes to ruining them. I have about 4 pairs lying in the back of my drawer – they all either lack one of the earpieces, or the cable’s broken. Thankfully, the one provided with my main phone is pretty much in working condition.
So, coming back to the point, I’ve been using the a-Jays One Heavy Bass Impact Earphones for the past couple of weeks, and I feel I can give an opinion, finally.
Specifications, for the nerds -
- Driver: 8.6 mm Dynamic Speaker
- Isolation: JAYS sound isolating system
- Sensitivity: 95dB SPL @ 1 kHz
- Impedence: 16 Ohm
- Frequency Response: 20-18000 kHz
- Cord length: 45″
- Gold-plated 3.5 mm plug
First thing I noticed – excellent build quality. The earpieces are pretty sturdy from the outset, and the cord is flat, so you should basically have it tangle-free. I could get it to tangle much, except when kept with another, cylindrical-cord earphones. That is two out of two for the a-Jays One already.
The a-Jays One sound excellent, too, and work with all of my smartphones. They sound much, much better than the earphones I’m using currently – the sound is crisp and clear, and the soundstage is really good.
Included in the box are 4 pairs of silicone sleeves of different sizes, so they can fit in most of the ears out there, heh. There’s a manual included as well, in case you need to know about a thing or two.
The only thing I miss is the mic. At the very least, I wish they’d come with a button which could act as a pause/play/change button, like most of the earphones do. Pretty flawless, otherwise.
Best of all, they look good. One of the rather important criterion when choosing a pair of earphones, at least for me.
The a-Jays One cost about $32, so they’re pretty affordable for daily usage. You can buy them over at MobileFun for the said price.
Own one? Let us know what you think!