21 June 2013


Hello Music Lovers,

Today I will be sort of moving away from the topic of album reviews and more on to tech. I am going to be reviewing the JVC Stereo Headphones HA-S360. These headphones are a good cheap alternative to Beats or Sennheiser headphones, but can still deliver the same great quality sound as the more expensive brands.


The good thing about these headphones is that they are light and very compact, as you can fold them up to easily fit in your handbag or pocket. Also, the 360 part of the name means that you can flip the earpiece the entire way around, so if you want to share your music or what you're listening to with other people, you can by just flipping it around and asking the other person to put their ears up to it. The headphones also extend and retract to the size of your head and can be adjusted very easily by pushing or pulling on the top of the headphones.

The earpiece cup fits really well on the ears and delivers sound through them very well. I have tried and tested this extensively, by playing full volume Rock music and they still hold up. They are also very comfortable and durable, as I have chucked them around a lot, and other brands' headphones are known to break really easily with one bump.

These headphones seem to me that they are noise canceling headphones, as when I put them on, I can't really hear anything without taking them off or muting the volume. This can be a good and bad thing, as you may want to block out the world, but at the same time, there is more of a chance of being robbed or something bad happening to you without knowing.

Overall, these headphones are a great option if you want some cheap headphones, but with great quality sound and optimum comfort.

Where to buy JVC HA-S360 Stereo Headphones: Amazon UK | Amazon US | Best Buy | Currys 

A K Jones

DISCLAIMER: I do not own any of the copyright for the content of this post

1 comment

  1. Wireless Bluetooth on the contrary, works like your cordless home-phone. The actual sender unit transmits a More radio signal to the wire-free headphones.


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