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Extra Bass Sound
Sports & Gym
Ideal for Casual
1 Year of
Android & iOS
The JVC HA-EB75 consists of a 13.55mm Neodymium driver unit and Bass-boosting earpieces, resulting in a bass-heavy sound output.
The JVC HA-EB75 will help you listen to music even when you are sweating it out. Its sweatproof design is ideal for daily activities, particularly for jogging or exercising.
JVC HA-EB75 comes with an adjustable clip which gives five selectable options for secure fit.
|WIRED CONNECTIVITY||3.5mm Input|
|WEIGHT (WITHOUT CORD)||0.46oz(13g)|
|BOX CONTENTS||1. JVC HA-EB75 Earphones|
Don’t sweat it, This JVC product is covered by a 1 year manufacturer's warranty.
"Designed for sports and other active use, the affordable JVC HA-EB75 splash-proof headphones incorporate a soft rubber ear clip that fits around the outer ear to hold the earbud in place."Read More
Its very reasonable price and best quality sound is too good
Very light weight; decent sound and sits comfortably in the ear;
I bought this because it has a design similar to the Sony MDR J10, a type of headphones I had grown to adore because of its audio quality and non-slip design. Something this pair fails rather spectacularly at.
First of all, it's not the same design - it's a very shabby imitation. The non-slip arms are not a part of the overall form of the headphone, so it moves. So while the MDR J10 guarantees a good fit in the ear, the JBL just doesn't.
The material is not comparable with the Sony - it's softer, but by virtue of it, a lot more pliant, thus unable to maintain the position of the earpiece - so it does keep popping out of your ears. So overall, while JBL copied the design of the Sony, they didn't understand the design principles, so they created a dud really.
Sound - yeah it's got bass - but not the kind of clarity offered by the Sony it rips off.