s-Jays from Jays Headphones – in-ear noise isolators with added bass
Jays Headphones, from Sweden, is currently shouting about its s-Jays headphones. I was quite a big fan of the c-Jays that I tested out recently (video coming soon), but those were over-the-head, whereas these are noise isolating in-ears.
They’ve got some technology that Jays is calling SIREN, which is a tubeless, round balanced armature, promising a good dynamic range and decent bass, which can be rare on cheap earbuds.
They come with plenty of accessories, including a splitter, embiggener, and an airline adaptor, as well as a nice carrycase. They’ll set you back £60, and are available right now. Looks like a decent upgrade if you’re currently running a cheap pair of earphones.
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16 ohms is by far a standard in the industry of earphones. s-JAYS is easily driven with any MP3 player on the market.
69 Ohm of impedance while all other cheap or expensive (or ultra expensive) ones are having 16 Ohm impedance for being compatible with low power outputs of mp3 players?