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Bass output is very good. It has good power yet at the same time is fast and punchy. It does not bloat the sound at all. The highs and mids are able to deliver a good level of detail that makes the sound quite lively. These will work best for bassy tracks, though rock, jazz, classical and pop will still sound enjoyable. See More
The Elite Sport sounds quite balanced with no harshness or muddiness. The highs are clear and deliver good detail. Mids sound natural and rich, while the bass is tight and controlled instead of bloated. With these headphones, you will get decent punch from the usually bass-centric workout tracks, yet you will still be able to enjoy a refined sound when listening to more mellow or instrument focused music. See More
Getting sweat or small splashes of rain or liquid won't damage these headphones as they are splash resistant. You will still want to make sure that they do not get soaking wet or get submerged in water, as such situations can still damage the headphones. See More
The bass is pretty powerful and gives a lot of thump to the music. Listening to hip-hop, EDM and dance tracks with these will most certainly get you going as you work out or run. The highs and mids are clear, but recessed so the headphones will not be able to provide you the utmost in detail. See More
The low end frequencies are what stand out from these headphones' sound signature. Bass goes deep and is pretty forward too, so you can clearly hear and experience the thump that these headphones can give. The highs are also crisp and airy, giving a lot of detail. This combination results in the headphone having a fun sounding signature. See More
The JBuds EPIC features standard single flange tips as well as bi-flange ones. Each type comes with three sizes: small, medium and large. There also are 4 pairs of Cush Fins in different sizes. With all these accessories, it should be much easier for you to get the desired fit and seal from these in-ears. See More
Activating the functions with the remote takes some getting used to as it's different from other remotes. For example, you need to hold down the volume button for 2 seconds instead of the usual double tap to skip to the next song. This can get annoying if you're used to the standard way. See More
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