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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Black in Simplicity

Following the announcement last months, JAYS finally reveals the three a-JAYS models to the world. All of them will feature a pair of 8.6mm dynamic transducers, but differently tuned. a-JAYS One will be the lowest of the three models while a-JAYS Three will be the best sounding of them all. As you can see, they are all using 'flat cable' which is said to be less prone to tangle. Beside the cable, they will have slightly different accessories and finish on the earpieces. No detail on price yet, but given that they are the new entry models of current JAYS' line-up, my guess is they won't likely to break your bank. In any case, a-JAYS will hit the store next month. [UPDATE] The price will be US$40, US$50, and US$60 for the three models

While JAYS has been known for build quality and great styling, I must say a-JAYS is definitely a step-up in design. Great job, JAYS!

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