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JVC Xtreme Xplosives In-Ear Canal Headphones (HA-FX1X) £9.95 @ MyMemory
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JVC Xtreme Xplosives In-Ear Canal Headphones (HA-FX1X) £9.95 @ MyMemory

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Posted 22nd Feb

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With a 10 mm neodymium magnet and Xtreme bass system, the HA-S4X deliver outstanding audio and total phonic isolation thanks to reinforced rubber ear buds. Plus, there are three ear bud sizes available for total comfort. The JVC HA-FX1X Xtreme Xplosives also boast a 1.2-metre pure copper cable for even more freedom of movement when you're getting down to your favourite tracks!

Key Features

- 10mm large diaphragm neodymium driver units and Extreme Deep Basse Ports deliver ultimate bass sound
- Rubber protectors for body durability
- Superior sound isolation
- Comfortable fit with ergonomic contoured form and three sizes of silicone ear-pieces
- 2.0mm-thick and robust 1.2m pure copper cable (Y-type)
- Gold-plated 3.5mm stereo straight plug
- Special hard carrying case included
- S/M/L silicone ear-pieces included

Specification
- Driver Unit: 10mm
- Magnet type: Neodymium
- Frequency Response: 5-23,000Hz
- Nominal Impedance: 16ohms
- Sensitivity: 104dB/1mW
- Max. Input Capability: 200mW (IEC)
- Cord Length: 1.2m
- Weight (without cord): 5.2g
- Accessory: Carrying case, S/M/L silicone earpiece
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My go to earphones for the last 10 years. Excellent bass
X-plosives in ear canal , sounds painful .😜😜 heat added .
Such great headphones, sound like they cost 10x as much
Been buying these for years, tough as hell and sound decent. Only time I need to replace them is when I lose them, family members steal them or drop a dumbbell on them
If you don't mind green, the HA-FX101 have far superior bass for £9.99

ebay.co.uk/itm…042
Edited by: "esskay92" 22nd Feb
Great find op
Bass is bang for the money
Still have a pair from years ago, bass is excellent.
Man I had a pair of these in like 2010. They only only broke in 2016 after I started uni. Amazing buds, might buy some more👀
esskay9222/02/2020 13:33

If you don't mind green, the HA-FX101 have far superior bass for …If you don't mind green, the HA-FX101 have far superior bass for £9.99https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JVC-HA-FX101-Xtreme-Xplosives-In-Ear-Stereo-Deep-Bass-Headphones-Green/262222456148?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160811114145%26meid%3D79f050babe3444c99953933bb8410b6a%26pid%3D100667%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D6%26mehot%3Dnone%26sd%3D262222456148%26itm%3D262222456148%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2334524&_trksid=p2334524.c100667.m2042


Isn't that just a newer version with thinner wires? Think it was this I bought and one of the wires popped out within a week in the gym.

EDIT: Checked my Amazon order history and it was FX101 version, definitely nowhere near the durability of these.
Edited by: "neoboy" 22nd Feb
neoboy22/02/2020 13:53

Isn't that just a newer version with thinner wires? Think it was this I …Isn't that just a newer version with thinner wires? Think it was this I bought and one of the wires popped out within a week in the gym.EDIT: Checked my Amazon order history and it was FX101 version, definitely nowhere near the durability of these.


Yep the FX101 is the newer version. Think you're right about the wires but the FX101 has better bass hands down.
Edited by: "esskay92" 22nd Feb
They are below average and have no bass at all, weak sound. Ended up giving one pair to my mum and tossed mine back into the draw.

EarPods and my cheap Sony’s are better in every single way possible.
Edited by: "CouldntThinkOfAUsername" 22nd Feb
I’ve used a few of these. I find the wires go hard and crack.
Crossbow22/02/2020 13:58

Mids & highs not very …Mids & highs not very good?https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/jvc-hafx1xhttps://www.thephonograph.net/jvc-ha-fx1x-review/


Yeah i found them very scooped. They're all about the bass.
I bought these about 5 years ago from Argos when they were reduced to £5, bought 3 years guarantee. I've worked my way through a fair few sets alone, simply renewing the warranty after 3 sets, best earphones I've ever owned.
rev622/02/2020 14:40

Yeah i found them very scooped. They're all about the bass.


Thanks for being honest, I respect your judgement when it comes to ear/headphones.

Do you own / can you suggest a few budget wired ones that have a more balanced sound please?
Crossbow22/02/2020 15:05

Thanks for being honest, I respect your judgement when it comes to …Thanks for being honest, I respect your judgement when it comes to ear/headphones. Do you own / can you suggest a few budget wired ones that have a more balanced sound please?



The lastest I've bought are the Cambridge SE-1 and BLON BL-03. The SE-1 fit really well for me which is rare lately, and they do sound quite neutral and very enjoyable. Nothing too peaky about them and they're not overwhelming in the low-end.
The BL-03 sound really fantastic for the price but I can't get them to fit properly. I manage to get the left in fine but something is up with my right ear so it won't stay sealed... I can't use them which is a shame. I plan on trying more tips in the future, the tons I have aren't working.

Both are definitely much more balanced than these here, at a price though
rev622/02/2020 15:16

The lastest I've bought are the Cambridge SE-1 and BLON BL-03. The SE-1 …The lastest I've bought are the Cambridge SE-1 and BLON BL-03. The SE-1 fit really well for me which is rare lately, and they do sound quite neutral and very enjoyable. Nothing too peaky about them and they're not overwhelming in the low-end.The BL-03 sound really fantastic for the price but I can't get them to fit properly. I manage to get the left in fine but something is up with my right ear so it won't stay sealed... I can't use them which is a shame. I plan on trying more tips in the future, the tons I have aren't working.Both are definitely much more balanced than these here, at a price though


Thank you, the Cambridge SE-1 for £20 seem very reasonable: amazon.co.uk/Cam…XK9

Also the Soundmagic E10 / E10C (with mic & remote) for a similar price seem decent too: soundmagicheadphones.com/pro…verorsoundmagicheadphones.com/pro…mic
E10C - 5/5 review: whathifi.com/sou…iew

Sorry, I should've mentioned a budget of up to £30.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 22nd Feb
rev622/02/2020 14:40

Yeah i found them very scooped. They're all about the bass.


No treble?
Crossbow22/02/2020 15:24

Thank you, the Cambridge SE-1 for £20 seem very reasonable: …Thank you, the Cambridge SE-1 for £20 seem very reasonable: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cambridge-Audio-SE1-Headphones-Microphone/dp/B07LCM4XK9Also the Soundmagic E10 for a similar price seem decent too: https://soundmagicheadphones.com/products/soundmagic-e10-in-ear-isolating-earphones-black-silverSorry, I should've mentioned a budget of up to £30.



The SE-1 come with memory foam Comply tips as well, the one's with the mesh inside to I think protect the drivers against wax?
That's a decent price for the E10's.
These are decent but I needed to adjust the EQ for more trebel. Also the wire started to fall apart on the jack. Had about 4 years. Wire on jack started to crumble after 1.
Crossbow22/02/2020 15:24

Thank you, the Cambridge SE-1 for £20 seem very reasonable: …Thank you, the Cambridge SE-1 for £20 seem very reasonable: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cambridge-Audio-SE1-Headphones-Microphone/dp/B07LCM4XK9Also the Soundmagic E10 / E10C (with mic & remote) for a similar price seem decent too: https://soundmagicheadphones.com/products/soundmagic-e10-in-ear-isolating-earphones-black-silver or https://soundmagicheadphones.com/products/soundmagic-e10c-in-ear-isolating-earphones-with-micE10C - 5/5 review: https://www.whathifi.com/soundmagic/e10c/reviewSorry, I should've mentioned a budget of up to £30.



I remembered these too: richersounds.com/akg…htm
These sound really decent for their price now... Sold for £100ish a while back. Quite balanced, not sibilant, and fit well. Bass is slightly emphasized but not too much in my opinion.
Out of the lot I listed, the BL-03 sound best to me. They have a much more spacious sound compared to the others, which is a step up with resolution, much less congested and they have soundstage... It's really frustrating I can't use them
Edited by: "rev6" 22nd Feb
rev622/02/2020 18:16

I remembered these too: …I remembered these too: https://www.richersounds.com/akg-n20u-silver.htmThese sound really decent for their price now... Sold for £100ish a while back. Quite balanced, not sibilant, and fit well. Bass is slightly emphasized but not too much in my opinion


Thanks a lot, a review's pros mention the very aspects I'm looking for.: trustedreviews.com/rev…n20
+ Very clear treble
+ Intricate mids
+ Punchy low bass
Great earphones, they are bass heavy but that is the aspect I love about them.
Edited by: "D4vi3" 22nd Feb
CouldntThinkOfAUsername22/02/2020 14:12

They are below average and have no bass at all, weak sound. Ended up …They are below average and have no bass at all, weak sound. Ended up giving one pair to my mum and tossed mine back into the draw.EarPods and my cheap Sony’s are better in every single way possible.


I'm really sorry but I'm going to be a d*ck and point out that it's a drawer and not a draw. It's a surprisingly common mistake which gives me twitches.
I keep these in my desk drawer at work for when I forget my Nuraphones and another spare in my backpack. Definitely sound much better better than they cost. I found it takes a bit of burn time though.
Hi guys do these have a mic
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