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Excellent imaging and sound stage.
Lots of accessories.
Hard carrying case.
Highs could be brighter.
Carrying case is cool, but awkward.
Aren't comfortable for everyone.
Jays headphones are hard to find in the U.S, and highs are slightly muddled at times.
Cable induces micro-phonics.
Sibilance in high range.
By iLounge on April 21, 2011
The less expensive and yet more distinctively designed models are a-Jays, which come in four versions: a-Jays One, a-Jays Two, a-Jays Three, and a-Jays Four. All four a-Jays package a single 8.6mm speaker inside each of two plastic earbud, and use...
By TNT-Audio on February 01, 2011
Home | Staff & Contacts | DIY & Tweaks | Listening tests | HiFi Playground | Music & Books ] a-Jays Three In Ear Headphones Not the O-Jays Manufacturer: Jays - SwedenProduct: a-Jays ThreePrice: $59.99US your € mileage WILL vary YMMVGlobal...
By DigitalVersus on January 25, 2011
After the impressive D and Q series, Jays has reworked the design of its earphones for the a-Jays range. Progress has certainly been made in some fields, but audio quality can't quite match the brand's D and Q...
By AVguide on December 15, 2010
Every once in a while I encounter products that do so much for so little that their value quotient is off the charts; the a-JAYS Three in-ear headphones ($59.99) from the Swedish firm Jays is just such a product. How good are these stylish little...
By I4U on November 24, 2010
The a-Jays Three are perfect for fans of bass in their music who also expect good performance all around. ...
By MyMac on November 18, 2010
Two improvements will make aJ3 a superior product: narrower cable and better ear placement for small-eared users. I expect that if only the second is provided, so all listeners can consistently achieve a full, snug,...
By Whathifi.com on November 04, 2010
The a-Jays Threes make an impressive impression with their unfussy, smart-looking matt-black earpieces and flat, tangle-resistant cable. Pop them in your ears, though and you'll find that the cable carries far too much friction noise (but you can...
By Smarthouse on October 08, 2010
Jays made sure that users will get ‘the lot' for $89.95. Besides the earphones, the company has included four additional silicone tips (total of five), an airline adapter, a stereo splitter and a travel case. This is good as some companies...
By Macworld UK on September 13, 2010
The a-Jays Three headphones are the third model in Jays' entry-level, in-ear line-up and a step above the a-Jays Two headphones (and the JAYS t-JAYS One). Despite the earphones' low asking price, Jays is very generous with included accessories;...
By Macworld Australia on September 07, 2010
These are a fantastic buy; brilliant all-rounders. They’re durable, cleverly designed, well-built, sound great and won’t break the bank. Far beyond just another pair of earbuds, the a-JAYS Threes are a portable music solution that packs a...
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