Headphone reviews of 2010

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We've rounded up our headphone reviews of 2010, from TDK, Sennheiser, Jays, Atomic Floyd, Logitech and more. Compare our reviews of wireless headphones, gaming, sports, noise canceling ear-buds and more.

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Jays t-JAYS One

The t-JAYS One earphones are loud, produce excellent clarity and bass, and, best of all, they are very small. Even though they are designed to plug in to your ear, they are very comfortable. However, you have to make sure you use the correct rubber sleeve size. The bottom line is, these earphones should be at the top of your shopping list if you value excellent audio quality and portability.

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  • 9th Aug., 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • Jays
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  • Pros:
  • Loud, excellent bass response, clear and vibrant audio
  • Cons:
  • Can be uncomfortable if you use the wrong sleeves, packaging can be a danger to the cables

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