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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Panasonic RP-HXS400M-A Sound Rush Plus On-Ear Headphones, Blue


These have a very good sound.  I tried them on my computer and my phone.  I called and left a message on my land line and the microphone performed just fine.  They were as comfortable as my much more expensive headphones are, which sadly isn't all that comfortable.  I frankly prefer ear buds but you do seem to get better sound out of this style.   The switch or microphone on the line is a bit obscure.  There was zero documentation so I pushed it, I guess that cut out the microphone, I wasn't 100% sure.  I would like a clearly labelled off or on and gasp maybe even some documentation.   However I suspect that old guys are not their target market and the kids probably have had this kind of switch on their gaming devices.  I liked the sound but am not keen on zero documentation.

·                        On-ear headphones deliver dynamic sound and comfort
·                        Powerful bass and treble with 40mm neodymium drivers
·                        Foldable design and padded ear cups -- perfect for storage and travel
·                        Integrated mobile controller, compatible with iPhone, Blackberry and Android
·                        Tangle-free cord, four bold colors to choose from

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