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JVC Xtreme Xplosives Earbuds

Item #: HA-FR202
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XX Series inner-ear headphones are upgraded for 2015 with 11mm Neodymium driver units and Extreme Deep Bass Ports for the ultimate bass sound. They feature a 1-button mic/remote for iPhone/iPod/iPad/BlackBerry/Android. Rubber protectors on the ear buds provide extra durability.

"Extreme Bass Ports" and 11mm Neodymium driver units deliver ultimate bass soundIn-line 1-button remote & mic for iPhone / Android / BlackBerryRobust ear bud body with anti-impact "Tough Protectors"Ergonomically designed for maximum comfort1.8mm-thick, 3.94ft (1.2m) robust pure-copper cord (Y-type) with gold plated slim L-plug compatible with iPhone

**Color may vary based on availability
Minimum system requirements: Technical Information

Connectivity Technology: Wired

Cable Length: 3.94 ft

Sound Mode: Stereo

Minimum Frequency Response: 5 Hz

Maximum Frequency Response: 23 kHz

Connector Plating: Gold Plated

Features: Comfortable

Features: Deep Bass

Features: Ergonomic Design

Features: In-line Remote

Features: Robust

Earpiece

Earpiece Design: Earbud

Earpiece Type: Binaural

Driver Size: 0.43"

Microphone

Microphone Design: On-cable

Interfaces/Ports

Host Interface: Mini-phone

Physical Characteristics

Form Factor: In-ear

Weight (Approximate): 0.17 oz
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