I have to think that the BJ-2005’s voluptuous design inspired quite a few Dolly Parton jokes back in the ’70s. Like a lot of higher-end headphones from that decade, the BJ-2005 is a two-way model. A 1.5-inch tweeter sits in front of a 3.25-inch woofer, which is the biggest headphone driver I’ve seen except for the ones in the Barry White headphones). There’s a volume control for each ear, which will come in handy ’cause you’ll want to turn these way down. The BJ-2005’s bass and treble were both soft and mushy. Any adjective that’s the opposite of lively and dynamic would serve to describe the BJ-2005’s sound; it sounded like a speaker covered with a 2-inch-thick piece of dense foam. “These were probably handed out as a welcome gift when you moved into a new trailer park,” Sauck speculated.