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Panasonic RP-HJE50 Headphones; Best Deal You're Going to Find

byloneranger19 Jul 25, 2010
11 Helpfuls 12 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Very comfortable, Great sound, good bass, nice treble, top quality sound isolation
Cons No mini case; Problems getting tangled if not stored properly
Recommended it? Yes

First of all I should say that I solemnly vowed I would never wear ear bud style headphones. I've always had problems keeping them in my ears, mainly the Apple ear bud style. I was always the big over the head, over the ear, big honking headphone type. I was very wary when going to pick out this... Read full review »


Panasonic RP HJE50 - Good Value for the Money

bytimtower1 Nov 25, 2007
9 Helpfuls 10 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Nice cable extender, soft cups, good seal, reliable, cable holds up well.
Cons none, considering the low cost.
Recommended it? Yes

I have tried a number of low cost canal phones, including Phillips SHE 9500, Panasonic RP HJE50, Koss KEB 24g, and JVC HA-FX-33A. All are in the $10-$30 range. The best have been the Panasonic. I have used mine almost daily for about 6 months, sometimes for listening to music, other times for... Read full review »


poor wire design

bygripen6487 Nov 14, 2005
2 Helpfuls 3 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros comfy fit and decent sound for earbuds
Cons worst cord design ever

After opening the box the first thing I noticed was the strange cord design, which proves to be these headphones downfall. The Y in the cord that goes to the earbuds in uneven in length with one side being about 6 inches long and the other a foot and a half. There is no way to tell this from the... Read full review »


Best deal on the market

byf1ddleboy Oct 5, 2005
7 Helpfuls 8 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Excelent frequency response, compact size, costs less than Sony with better specs.
Cons Cord length can be frustrating. Too short without extention, too long with extention.
Recommended it? Yes

I have to say that these stereophones are truly amazing and they sell for about 15 to 20$ less than the Sony Fontopia brand. The key to realizing their potential is understanding what you're buying. Inner earbuds like these use a smaller driver than bulkier headphones which makes them smaller and... Read full review »


Feeble bass makes these earbuds a questionable choice

byatolka Sep 18, 2005
4 Helpfuls 5 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Good fit, good high and mid frequency response.
Cons Terrible low frequency response, throbbing feedback from the wire into the eardrum.
Recommended it? No

I have had these earbuds for two days and will be returning them based on the following observations.

These earbuds offer the most comfortable a secure fit, probably thanks to the rubber fittings which provide both an insulation from the outside noise and traction with the skin. This is... Read full review »

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