Panasonic ErgoFIT RP-HJE120-D Earbud HeadphonesAccessories — By Naveen Vaidhya on June 9, 2012 at 12:38 pm
Here, today we are going to review a huge variety of headphone, containing few budget models, however scarcely we do venture in sub-$10 range. However if the Panasonic ErgoFit RP-HJE120 earphones, we resolved to make an exclusion.
We saw the ErgoFit RP-HJE120 earbuds and choose for the orange model that we picked up for $6.7 with free 2 days shipping. The model comes in various colors and few cost little bit much than others, however you must be capable to get pair of lower than $10 shipped. Surely, when it comes to $6 in-ear headphone, you incline to keep your anticipations pretty less. Our expectation was bit higher because we would read a bunch of applausive user opinions, however we nevertheless were not anticipating too much out of them.
Our 1st reaction after cutting the awful packed product was that ErgoFit RP-HJE120s indeed seems like affordable earbud-form headphones, albeit with a bit design flair and refreshing colouring. We believe that when these were actually released they were aimed at iPod Nano holders, and our pair would have gone good with an orange iPod Nano in case we owned one.
As you can see through the images, these are kind of hybrid earphone, part hard earbud such as your basic Apple earbud and soft bud. They come along with 3 various-size silicone eartips. At this cost, you are more likely to see a hard-bud earphone, however being capable to jam the soft tricks in your ears support with solid isolation and maximize the bass output. We were capable to get tight seal with the biggest of eartips and I really thought the earphones were comfy, and they stayed in my ears also.
We would not speak much highly of the cord-construction, and the wires leading up to every earbud are much thing. The cord does terminate in an L-shaped plug that is nice; hence those with thicker “tough” cases on their smartphones might have bit trouble getting the plug in the headphone jack.