Rock Jaw Alpha Genus

If you want great-quality sound at an affordable price, and don’t need a headset and remote control, the Alpha Genus are the in-ear headphones for you.
-- As reviewed by PCAdvisor Rock Jaw Alpha Genus

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By What Hi-Fi? on 40

The Alfa Genus aren't yet approaching the worst in-ears we've ever heard, but we can't find a reason, at any price, why we'd recommend them.That's why we can only justifiably award two stars.See all our headphone...

By on 100

GETTYThese are a cracking set of in-ear headphones.And cheap at under £50 for the quality.The gimmick here from the British firm Rock Jaw is interchangeable filters that give you different levels of bass, neutral and treble.They're all very distinct,...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

The Rock Jaw Alfa Genus is perfect for those who want more bang for their buck from in-ear headphones, but don't want to break the bank with more premium cans. The design is classy, the sound is on point, and the filters – however fiddly – make them a...

By Expert Reviews on 100

The Rock Jaw Alfa Genus punches well above its weight and delivers a silky sound at a reasonable...

By CoolSmartphone on 91

Headphones, we get a lot of them to review and we've had a couple sent in by Rock Jaw already. Here's our look at the Arcana and the Hydra headphones. These Alfa Genius ones though, are quite different to any you've ever seen before because you can… take...

By on 95

When you need a pair of high quality in-ear earphones under $50, the Rock Jaw Alfa Genus are well worth every penny! The only thing we would like to see is a safer storage area for the tuning...

By PCAdvisor on 90

If you want great-quality sound at an affordable price, and don’t need a headset and remote control, the Alpha Genus are the in-ear headphones for you.

By PC Advisor on 90

You probably haven't heard of British company RockJaw, but that doesn't matter one jot. What matters is the quality of the headphones it produces, and the Alfa Genus in-ear buds are truly astonishing for this price. See also: The best headphones of 2014...

By The Gadgeteer on

Another day, another review of earphones with tunable filters. What was once a rare occurrence isn't uncommon anymore. RHA , Torque and others have jumped on the filter express and it doesn't show any sign of slowing down. British audio company Rock Jaw...

By Headfonia on

The Alfa genus has a top build quality and sits comfortable in your ears. The sound quality you get for only £49 (£39 on Amazon) is really good. On top of that you can modify the monitor's sound by changing the filters yourself. To me the silver one is...

By Gadgets360 on 90

Yet again, a small company has managed to surprise us. Rock Jaw has produced an affordable gem in the Alfa Genus in-ears. Interchangeable filters aren't new, but the sonic signatures are much more distinct in each case. As such, you're getting three...