a-JAYS One+ and Four headphones hands-on

a-JAYS One+ and Four headphones hands-on
Certainly, we all have the option to blast some of our favorite tunes from our smartphones, but for those who prefer a more personal experience, the only route to go is to put on a pair of stereo headphones. In our last experience with one, the Velodyne vPulse In-Ear Headphones, we were utterly blown away by the punchy tones that its tiny ear buds are able to produce – though, its hefty $89 cost might seem too rich for most people. Hoping to achieve the same high quality level, while being a bit lower in cost, Sweden based audio accessory make a-JAYS has a couple of offering that might attract audiophiles.

Scoping out the a-JAYS One+ and a-JAYS Four headphones, which are priced respectively at $59.99 and $69.99, they both have a sprinkling of premium attached to them. Naturally, we get into the specifics below in how they differentiate from one another, but above all, they have a stylized look that no doubt come off as something different from the typical Apple branded headphones we’d normally see people using on a subway ride. Are you looking to some respectable headphones that won’t break the bank too much for you? Well, these a-JAYS headphones might be it.



1. Captain_Doug

Posts: 1037; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

Customizable buttons? That's pretty cool. Wish it was on android though. How would these compare to say Skullcandy earbuds of similar pricing?

2. Hina14

Posts: 7; Member since: Mar 23, 2012

I just got an a-JAYS One+ (white) for my android a few days ago and it works really well. Mic, good sound range and the control app all works well so far. Hope it stays that way.

3. Captain_Doug

Posts: 1037; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

Thanks for the info. I really like the idea of the no-tangle cord.

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