The a-Jays Three have cool flat cables that don’t tangle like most typically round cables will. They are tuned for bass with a frequency range of 20 - 22,000Hz. They ship with a hard case for storage, and adapter for airlines, an adapter for sharing music and multiple ear cushions all packed into the most over engineered retail package ever. You can order yours up at various online stores right now for about $60.
I have said on a few occasions I am a fan of bass when it comes to listening to music and watching movies. I don’t want the bass on earphones and headphones on my iPhone to be so deep that I can't hear the vocals, but I want to hear that bass. I know there are many folks out there that feel the same way. The earphones I have checked out over the last few months have for the most part been tuned for balanced sound offering bass that isn’t as deep as I really want, but good overall sound.
The a-Jays Three earphones I am checking out today are exactly the kind of earphones I want. These things have very deep bass. Despite the bass being so deep you can still clearly hear vocals and the bass doesn't drown out the mids and highs either. This is the perfect headset for any fan of music with bass; I thought I could feel my eyes vibrate when the bass hit on my How Low test track by Ludacris.
I tested the a-Jays Three earphones out with my iPhone, but these are not specifically made for a music phone of any sort. The earphones lack an inline control for your tracks and have no mic for voice calls. A-Jays ships the a-Jays Three earphones with all the accessories you could need and then some. The hard case to protect the earphones has a rotating cover.
The flat cables look really cool and prevent tangles much better than round cables. The Three's ship with an adapter for use on an airline and an adapter that has two outputs so you and a pal can listen to audio from movies and your favorite music at the same time.
The hardest part about using the a-Jays Three earphones to me was just getting them out of the package. The retail package is a hard plastic case that has a lock on the back under a sticker you have to remove to open. That sticker ripped on me right away leaving me scraping with my fingernail to uncover the little tab you are supposed to press to unlock the case. Once I found that tab, it took some working to press it in with an ink pen and slide the cover at the same time to get them open. Once I got it open, things went fantastically from there. I can look around a difficult package for sure. The a-Jays Three earphones are my new favorites.
The a-Jays Three are perfect for fans of bass in their music who also expect good performance all around.
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