These pair of JVC Inner Ear Headphones HA-FX71M-B are rather simple. They are like any typical earphones (I prefer to call them earphones) you can find out there but the brand JVC does carry some weight in why I choose to try them out.
You see, JVC is a known audio brand and to have them sell earphones these cheap makes me wonder if their quality is compromised.
That said, I decided to test the earphones to see what is offered by these pretty cheap pair of audio device.
STYLE OF JVC INNER EAR HEADPHONES
As I said, the earphones are really simple.
There’s no chrome colored components and everything is painted in black, except for the 3.5mm jack.
The JVC logo is embedded on both sides of the earphone and the earphones look pretty basic to be honest.
Personally, I felt the earphones are a little fragile and the cable seems rather thin it seems it can snap at any time if it was yanked hard enough.
SOUND QUALITY OF JVC INNER EAR HEADPHONES HA-FX71M-B
The bass of the earphones is the highlight of the JVC Inner Ear Headphones.
Compared to other cheap earphones I’ve used before, the JVC has deeper bass and produces good sound.
I however can’t exactly say if the audio quality depth is good enough for those wanting better quality audio.
That said, generally, the earphones are good enough for music, and gaming audio.
One thing I love most about this earphone is the comfort it provides. This level of comfort can be obtained due to the design of the earphones. The earphones are tiny and they fit nicely in the ear.
Some more expensive earphones tend to bulk out of the ear making it less comfortable when used lying down.
These JVC headphones however feels comfortable in my ear even when lying down on the bed facing left either and right.
It also definitely feels good when used standing or sitting up as it’s light weight.
These JVC Inner Ear Headphones earphone work as they should and they provide audio that is beyond just satisfactory.
Considering these earphones cost only RM22.90, it is indeed a real bargain for anyone buying them.
Note: This review is written by Cyril Dason.