JVC HA M300
Product Type: JVC headphones
Description:Model ID HA-M300 / JVC HA M300 - Headphones ( ear-cup ) / JVC is one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of sophisticated audio, video and related software products. Building upon a wealth of technologies the company is moving decisively to offer appropriate ... more
JVC HA M300 ... solutions for the multimedia age. To remain at the forefront of the audiovisual industry in the 21st century, JVC is marshalling its resources to create the ultimate in appealing, cost-competitive products.
High quality sound reproduction with 30mm driver unit;
Anti-resonance housing design to reduce vibration;
Turnable housing for one-ear monitoring;
Foldable design for convenient portability;
3m cord with gold-plated plug;
Gold-plated plug adapter provided.
Newest Review: ... pack and looked pretty nice. The ear parts are a nice silver colour with JVC written on them and they are held together by an ... more
Customer JVC HA M300 Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/08/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
When my daughter was a baby and she slept in our bedroom we used to go to bed a little bit early but we still wanted to watch TV so my husband and I decided that so we could watch TV and not disturb our daughter we would buy a pair of headphones each. We ended up purchasing these JVC HA M300 headphones from www.play.com for £12.99 a pair which we didn't think was too bad. We chose JVC as we felt that they are a reputable make and we have had JVC items before. The headphones arrived in a blister pack and looked pretty nice. The ear parts are a nice silver colour with JVC written on them and they are held together by an adjustable band which goes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/10, updated on 22/08/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I like to consider myself pretty in tune with my headphones, excuse the pun, having spent several years in the recording industry. You come across good headphones, mediocre ones and rather poor ones which fall to bits in the hands! My preference for quality and dynamics has to be Sennheiser, but there are other brands that offer decent models for a more affordable price. It is fair to say that the casual buyer is not going to part with one hundred pounds for a pair of headphones. JVC comes into play for the buyer who wants something pretty well made, with respectable sound quality. My experience of these headphones takes me back a couple of years or so. First ... Read the complete review
by Paddy Sears - written on 20/04/09
I got these primarily because the ones I wanted were not available. They sit nicely on the head and are not too large (i'd say about 3/4 of the full size ones). They were also very competitively priced (£5 in sainsburys!) so I guessed they'd do until I could find some I really wanted. I now think that I probably wont bother getting any others as the sound quality from these is very good. I'm not using them for Hi-Fi (320 kbs MP3's from a laptop) but the dynamic range and overall sound is excellent and I'd be very happy to recommend them on that basis. The cable length (about 2m) is very good and the cable and plug don't feel like they're ... Read the complete review
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