JLAB JBuds J5M - Auriculares in-ear con micrófono
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Descripción del producto
Almohadillas para oidos: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Efecto de cancelación de ruido: Si
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Funda de transporte: Si
Obstrucción: 32 Ohmio
Sensibilidad de auricular: 102 Db
Sistema acústico: Cerrado
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale
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I strongly recommend you use Comply 400 with these IEMs. At least for me Comply are the most comfortable solution for IEMs. I recommend to the mixed size pack so you can try which sizes are best for you; I use medium size foam tip on my right ear and small size on my left ear.
Had these J5s for a couple of years but barely used them because they don't sound right out of my iPhone 6S Plus, iPod/iPad and Fire HD tablets. But since then I got into headphones and start using headphone amplifiers now I have Fiio A3 and my J5s do sound amazing when used with a dedicated headphone amp. Not like hundreds of dollars amazing but they sound better then the J3s and those sounded very good.
That is kind of weird because these are dynamic driver IEMs and are supposed to sound good out of a good phone or and iPod... But go figure.
Please consider that I'd become an audiophile and I have a small collection of headphones and IEMs. My reference setup is my Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro connected to a Sound Blaster ZX or Audioengine D3 headphone amp/DAC.
On the positive side, however, registration of the set on the JLabs site was quick and easy, and filing a warranty claim was likewise a simple, streamlined affair, taking no more than about 10 minutes. Within an hour, I received an email saying a new set of buds was on the way, and got the replacements right away.
I've been using the replacement buds for about a week now. Right away the sound was much better, without the balance problem of the previous pair. Sound quality is good for a set of $20 buds, with solid bass, clear mids, and good range highs. These also produce better volume than the Panasonics I got at the same time, with better quality sound overall. They're comparable to the V-Moda bass relief buds that used to be my mainstay phones, but provide a better balance, without the bass-heavy sound.
The fit with the large tips is snug and comfortable, even for longer listening sessions.
Overall, I've been very pleased with the replacement pair. I'm hoping they prove to be more durable than the initial set. The sound quality for the price can't be beat, so long as you get a good pair.