JVC just announced four new headphones, two over-ear and two in-ear models. The HA-M750 (pictured) is the company's newest full-sized, over-ear headphones. It sports 40mm drivers, folds up for travel and storage, and comes with 1.2- and 2-meter copper cables. The headphones use a 3.5mm plug and include a 1/4-inch adapter, so users can listen to music on anything from their iPhone to their DJ rig out of the package.
The HA-S650 is the HA-M750's little brother, a flat-folding set of headphones that trade accessories for portability. It uses 36-mm drivers, and features a single 1.2-meter cable with 3.5mm plug.
For color-coordinating, budget-minded users, JVC also unveiled the HA-EBX25 and HA-FX20 headphones. The HA-EBX25 are splash-proof, clip-on sports ear buds with 11-mm drivers. They'll be available in white, pink, and purple versions. The HA-FX20 are in-ear buds with no clips. They feature 8-mm drivers and come in 5 different color combinations ranging from red-and-blue to green-and-yellow.
The HA-M750 and HA-S650 ship in August and will retail for $79.95 and $69.95, respectively. The HA-EBX25 and HA-FX20 will hit stores in September and retail for $19.95 and $14.95, respectively.
— Will Greenwald
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