• JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
  • JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
  • JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
  • JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
  • JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
  • JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
  • JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
  • JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)
JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)

JVC Memory Foam Earbud Marshmallow Memory Foam Earbud Black (HAFX38B)

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  • Frequency Response - 8-20,000Hz
  • Impedance - 16ohms
  • Mic less Headphone

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Best wired earphones for priceThese are the most comfortable earphones my wife and I have ever bought. It feels like they're becoming harder and harder to get a new pair of, so hopefully JVC continues with the "marshmallow" brand. The marshmallow tips are very comfortable and don't hurt our ears even after hours and hours of use like other earbuds. They also don't have that "underwater" feeling you get with silicone tips. The music quality is good, not too much bass. Many people will talk about how great headphones are but trying to lay in bed with headphones on while tossing and turning, or wearing them for 6+ hours, can get uncomfortable in a hurry. These work perfectly for us, but you do get what you pay for. Depending on how "rough" you are with these, they can last from approximately 3-6 months. When I used to take them to the gym every day, keeping my phone in my pocket would cause the cord to tug and bend, which caused them to break faster, usually after a couple months. Always in one ear at first the sound would just go out, no visible damage to the cord. Using them exclusively at home, I've had them last about 5-6 months without needing a replacement. For this price, I think that's a great value, but your mileage may vary.5All time favorite EDC ear budsFor their price, you don't have to worry too much about them, but they are extremely durable. Can't complain about the sound quality at all. One of my favorite things about these is they can double as ear plugs in a pinch - they work about as well.I wouldn't use them in both ears while jogging roadside or driving, but if you want to block the world out they are great. Also, if you're trying to get some sleep in a noisy environment, plug these bad boys into your phone and set the alarm... Well, check to make sure your phone pushes alarms through the headphones first - my samsung does, but I don't know if that standard for all phones. Works a charm.5Very comfy - ok soundThese are ok ear buds. I bought them because I like to fall asleep to music and my V-moda's were getting beat up. Also, the metal housing on the VModa's were kind of uncomfortable.These JVC's are pretty nice. They are definitely more comfortable and since they are very inexpensive, I don't care if they eventually break. The sound is just ok. If you make sure they are sealed well in your ear then they will be fine. I wouldn't choose them for everyday listening but they are definitely fine for music to fall asleep to. I have found I have to raise the volume on my ipod to get the same sound level as with my V-Moda's but those were 50 bucks so it's not a fair comparison. I am definitely keeping these and have switched to them for my bedtime music!4My favoritesThese are my favorite earbuds. They smash down and easily fit into my ears and then mold to my ear. I can't seem to use the hard plastic ones for more than a few minutes without ear pain. With these, I can listen to music for a full 8 hours while at work :-)5Is this a new design?I've used these earbuds for years and I loved them. Great comfort and sound quality, and they last a surprisingly long time. But perhaps they have a new design, because the earbuds I received this time are different than the ones I've bought previously. The cord on this pair feels flimsier than before, so hopefully they stand up to the same wear and tear my others did. And as someone mentioned, these are shorter! I didn't think it would bother me, but it does. I find myself accidentally pulling the buds out of my ears when I put my phone in my purse or pocket.3Absolute garbage build quality.JVC made these earbuds years ago. I've owned 2 pairs in about 8 years. I managed to keep a pair going for about 5 years before one side finally crapped out. The pair I had back then had a different coating for the wires, they were thick and durable. These new ones are total garbage, cheap plastic like feeling. If these get yanked out or caught on something they will break easily. Not only that but this version of the earbuds lack the ability to contain outside noise like the past version. Worst part is these cost about $5 more than the older versions. Stay Away!1If you've bought these before, beware that there are some unfortunate changes to this updated modelI have been buying JVC Marshmallow earbuds for a few years now. I have smaller ears, so most in-ear buds cause pain after less than an hour of wear which is a common occurrence as I work at a desk. These headphones were perfect because they are inexpensive, have a very acceptable sound quality for the price, and fit nicely while not hurting my ears even with multiple hours of use. The biggest complaint I had before about them is their longevity, as I've purchased about 5 pair in the last 3 years since discovering them; I am, however, quite rough on headphones and use them for hundreds and hundreds of hours a year so these being under $10 a pair (before the update), I was fine with the average ~10 months of use I got.However, I just recently bought the updated model after my last pair lost sound in the right bud after about 14 months of heavy use, and I am fairly disappointed in them compared to previous models. The first thing I noticed was that the price had gone up a few dollars (which is understandable, things change) and the pricing was wildly different based on color of the items. When the package arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the earbuds themselves seemed to be higher quality. The shape is more pleasing to the eye, the plastic body of the buds seem a bit nicer, and the "L" & "R" markings are now engraved instead of embossed (previously the markings would wear off after a few months of use, another minor annoyance that was never a major problem for me considering the price point). The next thing I noticed was that the cable seems to be slightly lower quality of rubber casing, a small disappointment but a frustrating one considering I was paying about 25% more for these than before.My biggest gripe about the updated model, however, is something that took me going through my normal routine to notice. Whereas the previous models (again priced lower and with a better quality cable housing) had about a 5 foot cable, these new ones are a measly 3 feet. While that seems to suffice for walking with my phone in my pocket and earbuds in, I have already noticed that movement at my desk is severely limited with the headphones in. I am not sure yet if I'll abandon the Marshmallow line in search of an alternative, but I can say it's definitely a possibility at this point. I would be happy to pay up to $15 for a pair with the newer buds with the older (better quality and longer) cables on them, but to make a halfway effort and severely cripple the usability of these items in an attempt to buffer profit seems like a very short-sighted move on the part of JVC.3Ear buds work fine. I've been using the JVC Marshmallow style because ...Ear buds work fine. I've been using the JVC Marshmallow style because that's what I like. But they shortened the cord with this model. They have always been 1.2 meters, and now it's 1 meter. Doesn't sound like much, but it makes a big difference for my needs. Now I will have to order an older model from a third party seller. My daughter can have these.3Flimsy plastic housingI use these for listening to music and podcasts on an iPod and iPhone. I like the fit and feel, and they are light and comfortable and sound fine for low cost headphones. The BIG drawback is they are made of very flimsy plastic that cracks and breaks open after about three or four months of use. I used to buy this brand and the plastic was more durable. If you realize they will only last about three months they are an OK value. Disposable headphones.3New model shortened cord by an inch, not coolI ve been buying the JVC marshmallow earbuds for years. They fail every 6-8 months, first one bud dies and then the other. But the comfort, price, and decent sound quality kept me coming back each time a pair broke. Now JVC has updated the earbuds to this and the cord is about an inch shorter. Which makes it impossible for me to have my phone in my back pocket as I have always done. The short cord pulls on the earbuds and is constantly pulling them out of my ears. So now on top of expecting them to break in a few months I m also very uncomfortable when wearing them out. Awful, why shorten the cord length like this JVC? Because of your terrible design decision I m done buying these and don t recommend others do either.1
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  • Frequency Response - 8-20,000Hz
  • Impedance - 16ohms
  • Mic less Headphone
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best wired earphones for priceThese are the most comfortable earphones my wife and I have ever bought. It feels like they're becoming harder and harder to get a new pair of, so hopefully JVC continues with the "marshmallow" brand. The marshmallow tips are very comfortable and don't hurt our ears even after hours and hours of use like other earbuds. They also don't have that "underwater" feeling you get with silicone tips. The music quality is good, not too much bass. Many people will talk about how great headphones are but trying to lay in bed with headphones on while tossing and turning, or wearing them for 6+ hours, can get uncomfortable in a hurry. These work perfectly for us, but you do get what you pay for. Depending on how "rough" you are with these, they can last from approximately 3-6 months. When I used to take them to the gym every day, keeping my phone in my pocket would cause the cord to tug and bend, which caused them to break faster, usually after a couple months. Always in one ear at first the sound would just go out, no visible damage to the cord. Using them exclusively at home, I've had them last about 5-6 months without needing a replacement. For this price, I think that's a great value, but your mileage may vary.5All time favorite EDC ear budsFor their price, you don't have to worry too much about them, but they are extremely durable. Can't complain about the sound quality at all. One of my favorite things about these is they can double as ear plugs in a pinch - they work about as well.I wouldn't use them in both ears while jogging roadside or driving, but if you want to block the world out they are great. Also, if you're trying to get some sleep in a noisy environment, plug these bad boys into your phone and set the alarm... Well, check to make sure your phone pushes alarms through the headphones first - my samsung does, but I don't know if that standard for all phones. Works a charm.5Very comfy - ok soundThese are ok ear buds. I bought them because I like to fall asleep to music and my V-moda's were getting beat up. Also, the metal housing on the VModa's were kind of uncomfortable.These JVC's are pretty nice. They are definitely more comfortable and since they are very inexpensive, I don't care if they eventually break. The sound is just ok. If you make sure they are sealed well in your ear then they will be fine. I wouldn't choose them for everyday listening but they are definitely fine for music to fall asleep to. I have found I have to raise the volume on my ipod to get the same sound level as with my V-Moda's but those were 50 bucks so it's not a fair comparison. I am definitely keeping these and have switched to them for my bedtime music!4My favoritesThese are my favorite earbuds. They smash down and easily fit into my ears and then mold to my ear. I can't seem to use the hard plastic ones for more than a few minutes without ear pain. With these, I can listen to music for a full 8 hours while at work :-)5Is this a new design?I've used these earbuds for years and I loved them. Great comfort and sound quality, and they last a surprisingly long time. But perhaps they have a new design, because the earbuds I received this time are different than the ones I've bought previously. The cord on this pair feels flimsier than before, so hopefully they stand up to the same wear and tear my others did. And as someone mentioned, these are shorter! I didn't think it would bother me, but it does. I find myself accidentally pulling the buds out of my ears when I put my phone in my purse or pocket.3Absolute garbage build quality.JVC made these earbuds years ago. I've owned 2 pairs in about 8 years. I managed to keep a pair going for about 5 years before one side finally crapped out. The pair I had back then had a different coating for the wires, they were thick and durable. These new ones are total garbage, cheap plastic like feeling. If these get yanked out or caught on something they will break easily. Not only that but this version of the earbuds lack the ability to contain outside noise like the past version. Worst part is these cost about $5 more than the older versions. Stay Away!1If you've bought these before, beware that there are some unfortunate changes to this updated modelI have been buying JVC Marshmallow earbuds for a few years now. I have smaller ears, so most in-ear buds cause pain after less than an hour of wear which is a common occurrence as I work at a desk. These headphones were perfect because they are inexpensive, have a very acceptable sound quality for the price, and fit nicely while not hurting my ears even with multiple hours of use. The biggest complaint I had before about them is their longevity, as I've purchased about 5 pair in the last 3 years since discovering them; I am, however, quite rough on headphones and use them for hundreds and hundreds of hours a year so these being under $10 a pair (before the update), I was fine with the average ~10 months of use I got.However, I just recently bought the updated model after my last pair lost sound in the right bud after about 14 months of heavy use, and I am fairly disappointed in them compared to previous models. The first thing I noticed was that the price had gone up a few dollars (which is understandable, things change) and the pricing was wildly different based on color of the items. When the package arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the earbuds themselves seemed to be higher quality. The shape is more pleasing to the eye, the plastic body of the buds seem a bit nicer, and the "L" & "R" markings are now engraved instead of embossed (previously the markings would wear off after a few months of use, another minor annoyance that was never a major problem for me considering the price point). The next thing I noticed was that the cable seems to be slightly lower quality of rubber casing, a small disappointment but a frustrating one considering I was paying about 25% more for these than before.My biggest gripe about the updated model, however, is something that took me going through my normal routine to notice. Whereas the previous models (again priced lower and with a better quality cable housing) had about a 5 foot cable, these new ones are a measly 3 feet. While that seems to suffice for walking with my phone in my pocket and earbuds in, I have already noticed that movement at my desk is severely limited with the headphones in. I am not sure yet if I'll abandon the Marshmallow line in search of an alternative, but I can say it's definitely a possibility at this point. I would be happy to pay up to $15 for a pair with the newer buds with the older (better quality and longer) cables on them, but to make a halfway effort and severely cripple the usability of these items in an attempt to buffer profit seems like a very short-sighted move on the part of JVC.3Ear buds work fine. I've been using the JVC Marshmallow style because ...Ear buds work fine. I've been using the JVC Marshmallow style because that's what I like. But they shortened the cord with this model. They have always been 1.2 meters, and now it's 1 meter. Doesn't sound like much, but it makes a big difference for my needs. Now I will have to order an older model from a third party seller. My daughter can have these.3Flimsy plastic housingI use these for listening to music and podcasts on an iPod and iPhone. I like the fit and feel, and they are light and comfortable and sound fine for low cost headphones. The BIG drawback is they are made of very flimsy plastic that cracks and breaks open after about three or four months of use. I used to buy this brand and the plastic was more durable. If you realize they will only last about three months they are an OK value. Disposable headphones.3New model shortened cord by an inch, not coolI ve been buying the JVC marshmallow earbuds for years. They fail every 6-8 months, first one bud dies and then the other. But the comfort, price, and decent sound quality kept me coming back each time a pair broke. Now JVC has updated the earbuds to this and the cord is about an inch shorter. Which makes it impossible for me to have my phone in my back pocket as I have always done. The short cord pulls on the earbuds and is constantly pulling them out of my ears. So now on top of expecting them to break in a few months I m also very uncomfortable when wearing them out. Awful, why shorten the cord length like this JVC? Because of your terrible design decision I m done buying these and don t recommend others do either.1
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