The a-Jays One+ uses tangle-free cables, and comes with a one-button remote with a built-in microphone, so you can answer phone calls, and control music playback on your mobile device. With the free Jays Headset Control app for Android, more functions can be added, such as volume control, track control, and voice control.
The a-Jays Four uses the company's signature flat tangle-free cables, and has a three-button remote for the Apple iPhone which can be used to play/pause music and videos, answer/hang up calls, skip songs, control volume and perform voice commands.
Fans of dynamic drivers might want to give this pair of in-ears a try. Chrome-plated materials add to the Senheisser CX 870's charm, while its silicon buds provide a snug and comfortable fit. Specs wise, the CX 870 has a relatively low impedance rating of 32 ohms which makes it possible for mobile devices like the iPod or iPhone to drive. Comes with a a cleaning tool and diaphragm guards.
If the Amperior reminds you of Sennheiser's HD 25 monitoring headphones, then we'll have to give you a little pat on the back for you're quite right on the money. Inspired by the HD 25, the closed-back Amperior continues the HD 25's lightweight and comfortable legacy, while its supraaural dynamic drivers are tuned to deliver warmer mids and deeper bass levels. While the HD 25 was built for the club scene, the Amperior is designed more for portability (we call them street-phones). Senheisser is currently taking pre-orders for the Amperior at the IT Show, and you may also sample this pair of sexy cans while you're at it.
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