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161. Aiwa HP-AJ123 Neckband Headphones
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162. Aiwa DM-H200 Professional Karaoke
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163. Aiwa HP-JS30S Stereo Headphones
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164. Aiwa HP-JB211 Vertical Light Weight
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165. Aiwa HP-A091 Headphones with Light
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166. Aiwa HP-AK100 Headphones
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167. Aiwa FR-CD3000 Digital Alarm Clock
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168. Aiwa HP-EL102 Earlink Headphones
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169. Aiwa HP-V600 Headphones with Acoustic
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170. Aiwa HP-AF200 Open Air Headphones
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171. Aiwa HP-X121 Hi-Fi Headphones
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172. Aiwa HP-V165 Ear Buds (Acoustic
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173. Aiwa HP-V061 Headphones
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174. Aiwa HP-AJ102 Neckband Headphones
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175. Aiwa HP-EC101 Ear Clip Headphones
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176. Aiwa HP-AJ101 Neckband Headphones
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177. Aiwa HP-EC3 Ear Clip Design Headphones
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178. Aiwa FR-TC5500 CD/FM/AM Clock

161. Aiwa HP-AJ123 Neckband Headphones (Open Air Type, Carbon)
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005NGQO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 28988
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Behind-the-head design for comfortable fit
  • Open air headphones rest against ear
  • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
  • Single-sided oxygen-free cord resists tangles

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Really nice
These are nice headphones they give a nice sound and they dun look that bad either. ... Read more


162. Aiwa DM-H200 Professional Karaoke Microphone with Uni-Directional Pick-Up Pattern, Built In On/Off Switch and 9' 10" Cord
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00006AMRZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 31953
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Needs to be louder
For the price, not bad. But if you are looking for professional sound, go elswhere. For the purpose of using it for a karaoke machine it's ideal. The volume is a little low compared to other mic's but that can be overlooked, especially for the price & durability. It's very well put together. And the cord length is adequate. Overall, not bad! ... Read more


163. Aiwa HP-JS30S Stereo Headphones (Silver)
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005NGQK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 13814
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Aiwa HP-JS30S vertical headphones feature solid sound in a small, convenient package. The headband swoops around the back of the neck so that it will not disturb your hair or prevent you from wearing a hat. The headphones attach via a single-sided, oxygen-free cord that resists tangling. Each speaker has a 0.6-inch driver. ... Read more

Features

  • Behind-the-head design for snug, hair-friendly fit
  • Drivers sit at a right angle to the ear canal for less strident sound
  • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
  • Single-sided oxygen-free cord resists tangles
  • Pipe-phone design creates extra resonance for superior bass output

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars aiwa headphones
I love the headphones, i bought them for a present for christmas and i am amazed at the comfort and quality of sound from such a small set of earphones! You easily forget you have them on! I can't believe i only paid so little for such quality! Very happy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great sound and sweet style
The Aiwa swoops have very high sound quality in a small package; the bass they pump out is noticibly more powerful than other headphones with similar sized drivers. The behind-the-head design avoids messing up your hair and also looks good...form and functionality right there. I've had my swoops for over a year and am very happy with um. If you're not used to the in-the-ear-type headphones, they may feel uncomfortable at first; however, once you wear them a few times you get used to them. The price is pretty reasonable...you get some good sound for under 20 bucks.

2-0 out of 5 stars ummm, not sure about everyone else
this is my take:

1) yeah the look cool, but all the behind-the-head headphones make it nearly impossible to rest your head on the seat of a bus or anything where you might need to just relax
2) i went through 2 pairs (my first cd player broke down so i got another one that incidently came with the same headphones) and each one ended up breaking on the sides
3) they don't want to sit in properly, each pair had a tendency to get kind of warped and sit funny, and after contorting it back into position a thousand times it just broke

overall: very good sound quality, cool looks, poor design (make sure you have normal head, but then again, i thought i had one too) also, the cord is fairly short

2-0 out of 5 stars Not so good
I was pretty disappointed with the bass.... they are very lightweight and are good for the gym, but I have ditched them for my old Koss KTX/Pro headphones, which have much better sound and a volume control built into the cord.... I would recommend them over these any day despite the less 'trendy' look.

4-0 out of 5 stars Stylish and comfortable...
I only wear inner-ear type earphones, and my old sony's were passing on to the electronic warehouse in the sky. I wanted to try these based on reviews and they are great. Most importantly, they are very comfortable, and I can wear them much longer than my old set. Sound quality is also great, but I haven't tested the bass yet. These are very lightweight (but not cheaply built), and would be great for running or whatever. Also, the sound holes are much bigger than on my old set, and thus won't get jammed up with wax. Just buy them already. ... Read more


164. Aiwa HP-JB211 Vertical Light Weight Headphones
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00006AMRT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 22265
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165. Aiwa HP-A091 Headphones with Light Weight Headband Design (Metal Accent)
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00006AMRR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 32707
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not the best solution
Well, I was looking for a .... solution until I got my Logitech Z-540's (good speakers BTW), so I picked up these. Only 8 bucks, can't beat that price. It also claimed it has an added bass boost which gave it the edge. I figured "what the heck, they're only headphones" So I hooked them up. At the time, I was not very good with sound and had little expirience compared to now. They were OK, but I decided to review this again with a real analysis based on real speakers:

The headphones sound mediocre overall and don't produce a very clear sound or tone overall, but they get the job done. The "bass boost" is completely bogus. Even equalized, I noticed almost no bass coming through, and with a full-range sound test, I noticed that almost all of the bass range is gone and it really leaves the audio very weak and empty. Overall, the sound quality is poor, fizzly, and weak.

If you're looking for a good pair of headphones for a good price, these are not the ones you're looking for. I have heard from numerious sources that the Koss KSC-50's are a good pair and I intend to pick those up if I ever get an MP3 player for example.

Bottom line: Don't buy them.

3-0 out of 5 stars It's OK, but don't get it.
...I bought these headphones ...figuring they seemed to be a good deal and claimed they had s uperior bass boost. Well, I hooked them up and they are what you pay for. Normal average quality. The bass was not at all what I expected. The bass is, in fact, very weak. Also, I found that after wearing these for about an hour my ears started to hurt. If you're looking for a quick solution with deecent sound like I was, these are good for you. Otherwise, don't get them.... ... Read more


166. Aiwa HP-AK100 Headphones
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00006AMRP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 25378
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet
these headphones get soo loud and are soo awesome who wouldnt want these, they are big and awesome, impress girls and friends by gettin these. PIMP!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT for work - you hear the music & your coworkers
There are literally thousands of headphones out there that will block out all sorts of external noise.

An odd request, but I was looking for headphones that did just the opposite - I need to hear what's going on around me (if someone calls my name, or mentions a project that I'm working on), but I also want to listen to music!

Besides the *expensive* Sony MDR-F1 speakers, which these are loosely based on (my guess), these are the only headphones that I could find that make an effort to open the backs completely.

The sound quality is great for the price, and size of the driver (50mm!).

If youre needs are as specific as mine, get these things!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good look'n Headphones but not an
These phones are one of the best looking phones on the market, even though it is just all plastic. Construction quality was good though one cushion was sewed differently than the other but what can you expect for [inexpensive]headphones.I bought it due to one magazine saying it sounded very good, but I found it not "airy" sounding at all, especially in the bass due to it's open back. It sounded pretty plain, like any other cheap headphone but I'm no headphone expert and I haven't listened to other phones very much to compare. I did have a KOSS ESP-950 and if I recall the one song I compared it with, I wasn't drawn into it like I remember where I wanted to listen to it over and over. That's when I think I changed my mind. Maybe you might find it different as all our musical taste and ears differ. At a [$$$] dollar level it might sound a tad better than the rest at that level, if not, it's at least one good-looking headphone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Comfortable yes...but heavy
These headphones are quite comfortable. The cord is very long, like three times longer than what I need. However the only thing I do not like about these headphones are they are rather heavy. After wearing them for only a short while, my neck begins to hurt and I get a headache. I need to try and make them not put so much pressure on my head when they are worn. Other than that, they produce very nice sound, and do not crush my ears at all.

4-0 out of 5 stars VERY comfortable headphone
While these aren't the "hands down best sounding headphone" I've ever had the pleasure of listening to, they are VERY comfortable and they sound quite good, even attached to my laptop. Yes, I must confess that I bought these mostly for something to use at work that "wasn't too expensive" yet "listenable" - plus, my past experiences with Aiwa have, overall, been good.

I can wear these for a few hours and not really notice them or be too uncomfortable - they're light, the cord's nice and long and very pliable, and they fit well enough to stay on yet aren't so encroaching as to make you want to take them off "to let your head or ears breathe," if you know what I mean.

These certainly aren't audiophile level, but for the price, they are very, very good in my opinion. Now to finish constructing a decent headphone amplifier to "open them up" a bit more... ... Read more


167. Aiwa FR-CD3000 Digital Alarm Clock Radio with Am/FM Tnr, CD-R/RW, Vert CD, Slp Tmr, Dl Alrm, Stereo Spkrs, Backlit LCD and Weekend Alarm Skip
list price: $89.95
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Asin: B00006AMS2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 15699
Average Customer Review: 2.38 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (13)

3-0 out of 5 stars A mixed bag
I did a lot of research to find the best CD clock radio for my purposes. I needed one with good sound and a small footprint and this one has those. It has other very good qualities, including a quiet CD mechanism, dual alarms with weekend skip, and fairly good FM reception. However, it has a couple of issues which keep me from recommending it wholeheartedly. Most annoying is that the alarms don't work unless the CD is turned off, and it doesn't turn off when finished playing--you have to manually shut off the power. So unless you use the sleep function, you can't go to sleep to the CD and wake up with the alarm. The display is too bright, not adjustable, and hard to read on an angle. The clock/radio/alarm set sequence is not exactly intuitive. There aren't buttons for direct access to the FM presets, just forward and back. Also, the first one I got from Amazon was defective--the CD player didn't work correctly--and it took almost two months to get a replacement, although it does work. Overall, this may well be the best product of its kind for the price, but it's far from perfect.

1-0 out of 5 stars Looks great but that's it
This is a great looking radio with a small footprint - a nice alternative to the black cubes. But that's it. I had it for less than six months when the CD began stopping and re-starting on its own. Now it just stops. The display is as bright as a night light and can't be adjusted. Now it's basically a $79 piece of sculpture on my nightstand. Soon it will belong to the Goodwill.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware of labor warranty
The labour warranty is only for 90 days.If you need repairs after the 90 day period the cost of labor is higher than the value of the product. If available purchase an extended warranty.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not such a hot buy
I bought this radio for my daughters because I wanted a stereo clock radio that had a small footprint and headphone outputs. The radio is fairly small, and it has stereo sound, but the LCD display is pretty hard to see, due to terrible contrast. The radio reception is quite good, but it's wasted because the speakers are tiny and sound that way. I returned one of them for service after 2 1/2 months because the system would "latch-up", with the only way to reset it being to unplug it. Labor warranty is only 90 days, and you need to pay postage yourself.
Skip this one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected.
I looked high and low for a CD/Alarm/Clock Radio with good sound, nice aesthetics, and a small footprint. I thought I found it in this one... I was wrong as usual. The choices for me were slim, $500 for the Bose wave, or $79 for this. You still get what you pay for. The FM reception is fair, the sound is substandard, and the cd mechanism whistles when spinning. The unit is also too light, where pushing firmly against any of the front mounted buttons slides the radio back. The display is way too bright, not adjustable, and hard to read on an angle. I attempted to block some of the brightness with some window tint. It worked well blocking both the shinning light and the ability to see the already dim display. Needless to say it sat on my nightstand, looking towards the wall for a couple of days, then was on Ebay. End of story. ... Read more


168. Aiwa HP-EL102 Earlink Headphones (Orange)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005MF75
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 32957
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

These Aiwa headphones provide solid sound in a small, convenient package. They attach via a necklace-style, oxygen-free cord that resists tangling. Each speaker has a 0.6-inch driver. ... Read more

Features

  • Secure, around-the-ear design eliminates the need for a bulky headband
  • Speaker sits comfortably against ear canal
  • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector plug
  • 5-foot cord

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good sound quality, awkard to wear
I never thought I would have a learning-curve when it came to wearing headphones, but I do with these. First, for the price, the sound quality is excellent. Clear. Good sound volume output on my portable CD-player. Nice sound quality.

But the earlink system doesn't work too well with my ears. They are not uncomfortable, they just don't stay on very well. It may be my ears are odd-shaped, but it should just not be as much work involved with getting headphones on as there is with these. I seem to be between a medium and large ear size, these come with 3 different sized loops to hook around your ears. So do I go with one a little tight or a little loose? Props for the sound quality, but overall the physical design gets in the way of an otherwise good replacement headphone for your portable electronics. I would still consider them however, espeically if you like AIWA products. ... Read more


169. Aiwa HP-V600 Headphones with Acoustic Plus Technology and 2-Way Code Holder
list price: $21.95
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Asin: B00006AMRW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 23055
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Lovely headphones, could be more sturdy...
This is an excellent headphone. This is mainly from the "code holder". It is something found on more expensive headphones like the ones ... Great noise cancelation, sometimes too good. I couldn't hear things like people comming into the house, phone ringing, etc... It also puts out great, full sound which is good for any type of music/genre. The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars is construction. It does look nice but I wouldn't take them out excercising or out in public. Aiwa makes good headphones w/ good sound and deep/low bass response but their construciton is shotty, especially the connectors. If you are using these for use in the home they are great. Otherwise get something more sturdy for outdoor use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Echo 'an electronics fan'
I've been through several pairs of in-ear headphones and these bring them to a new level. As 'an electronics fan' mentioned, the frequency response is incredible at all ranges. I was blown away when I first put them on. Not sure why they are so hard to get ahold of, but they are worth hunting down. I finally found them online at Dealznet.com. They took forever to show up and I had to pay almost as much as the cost just for shipping and handling, but worth the wait and cost.

1-0 out of 5 stars no headphone
purchased the item for 1 month now. still haven't recieved it yet. it would be easier to write a review if i have the item.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Amazing Product!
I bought these as a replacement for another brand "ear canal" type earphone that I had been very happy with, but had worn out the foam earpieces. When I plugged these in I couldn't believe the difference! These sounded at least twice as good at all sound levels. They have excellent highs, lows and mid-range and I'm able to hear nuances that I couldn't hear before. I've compared these to several bud type earphones from different companies and even my expensive over the ear phones that I use for my home stereo and these sound better than any of them. I've worn them for several hours at a time and found them to be very comfortable. The ear pieces are a soft rubber instead of foam. They fit tight and look like they will last a long while and there is a spare set included just in case. I can't fully explain how good I think these sound. They will out perform phones costing many times the price. Give them a try. I don't think you'll be disappointed at all. ... Read more


170. Aiwa HP-AF200 Open Air Headphones
list price: $10.95
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Asin: B00006AMRQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 23998
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171. Aiwa HP-X121 Hi-Fi Headphones with Large Housing
list price: $16.95
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Asin: B00006AMRO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 37290
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172. Aiwa HP-V165 Ear Buds (Acoustic Plus Technology, Carrying Case)
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005NGQT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 27932
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok quality... but not the best
Well... the sound is average... bass is not as good as I'd thought it'd be... I'm thinking its because it's not really suited for my ears...

the treble is a little scruffy too... kinda ruins the mariah carey squeals....

Frankly.. they are pretty much just your pair of above average earphones... nothing that will blow your mind away....

Don't be mislead by the frequency range of these earphones...

High school physics says that a sound of frequency below 20Hz is not sound at all but just beats... so if the headphones have a frequency range of 6Hz..its not sound at all.....just beats at 6hz a second.

Also.. the average human ear can only detect sounds up to 20,000KHz.. so having a 23KHz note playing is kidna useless and can only be heard by like 5% of the human population whom are professional musicians....

3-0 out of 5 stars Good sound drivers, mediocre implementation...
Overall I think that these headphones have the potential to produce very good sound, however it does have some major problems that keep me from giving it a higher rating. First of all, the acoustic plus technology doesn't really work as well as it theoretically should. Unless it fits properly in the ear it does not isolate the sound and it also prevents the bass from being audible. I think the acoustic plus technology would have worked much better if the silicone earpads were actually sealed because then it might fit more snugly in the ear. As it stands, they just kind of collapse and get squished in the ear and the hard edges of the earbuds become fairly painful. I do not know how well they fit in everyone else's ears but they definitely do not fit in mine properly enough to sound good or be comfortable. However, I do realize that the drivers in them do produce decent sound so I am not rating them any lower because they may just sound great to the people who have the ears that these earbuds were specifically designed for.

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST HEADPHONES ...
I'M BUYING HEADPHONES FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS, LOOKING FOR QUALITY. THE FREQUENCY OF THIS HEADPHONES GOES FROM 6 TO 25,000 HZ. THE WIDER THIS RANGE, THE BETTER QUALITY YOU WILL HAVE. USUALLY THEY GO FROM 15 TO 20,000 (EVEN WORST). AND THEY COST 40 TO 80 DOLLARS. THIS AIWA HAVE THE BEST SOUND I EVER HEARD. ALSO, THE SOUND DOESN'T GO OUT OF YOUR EAR, AND YOU WON'T BOTHER PEOPLE IN THE BUS OR AT WORK. IF YOU WANT TO BLAST YOUR EARS WITH THE BEST SOUND YOUR CD PLAYER CAN DELIVER, THIS ARE THE HEADPHONES YOU NEED.

1-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely unacceptable sound... Waste of Money
I bought these headphones...hopping that I will get something that I will blow my head off. I was totally unsatisfied. These headphones create an environment as if you are in a car driving at 100 miles per hour with the windows open! I think AIWA was aiming to create headphones to immitate the sound of car stereos. They succeded for a 100 mile/hour car!
Now to get serious, this product is a complete waste of money-and they were not cheap. There is zero bass boost, TOO MUCH MIDDLE FREQUENCIES, and very little treble. If you find divices with the abillity to handle middle frequencies, you might get something out of them. The sound is really flat as it is...
My strong recommendation to you: STAY AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT AND DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. Thust me, I am a musician and I want the best sound when it comes to listening to my own music or other CDs...
Be wise and look elsewhere...

5-0 out of 5 stars Not available in Canada anymore
Apparently AIWA does not deal in Canada anymore.
Now I'm having a hell of a hard time trying to get some in Montreal. AIWA do not ship to Canda with their web site orders and now, Amazon is saying that shipping is not available in Canada for this item. I'm going mad over here, losing my mind trying to get them. I don't know how I'm going to ever purchase them ever again! And I have 3 to order for friends!!

These are the best in-ear earphones The rubber seal cuts out exterior sound and bass reproduction is unequaled. I dare you to find in-ear earphones with better frequency responses. Really. I looked. ... Read more


173. Aiwa HP-V061 Headphones
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00006AMRY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 18386
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Aiwa HP-V061
It is very comfortable and fits in my hear like no other ear phones, I believe they have a model that has a volume control for it but its hard to find and now this exact model is hard to find and only available through amazon (which is pritty stupid)

4-0 out of 5 stars rio headphones
the headphones are fine for adults, but for kids they are too big to stay in their ears and they prob need the ones on a band

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware...
I bought these because I have owned Aiwa earbud-style headphones in the past, and been extremely happy with them, even so far as to prefer them to any other brand, including Sony.

This pair turned out to be an almost complete disappointment. To be sure, the sound quality is fantastic; the treble is nice and high, the bass is spectacular for 'phones so small...

Unfortunately, the sound quality is not so good as to make up for the major problem with the 'phones: a glaring design flaw. The headphones do not come with earpads, nor do they have a soft rubber coating to keep them planted in your ears. They're made entirely of HARD PLASTIC. Not only do they not stay put, but, kept in your ears long enough, it's enough to cause severe pain.

It's nigh on impossible to find just replacement earpads, without having to buy a new set of headphones.

If you already have a set of earbuds with earpads you can re-use, these may not be such a bad replacement. But if you want something comfortable and ready-to-use right out of the box, look elsewhere.

Two stars, and only that because of the good sound quality. ... Read more


174. Aiwa HP-AJ102 Neckband Headphones (Open Air Type, Metallic Navy)
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005NGQQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 27311
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Behind-the-head design for comfortable fit
  • Open air headphones rest comfortably against ear
  • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
  • Single-sided oxygen-free cord resists tangles

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Top Quality
I just bought this headphone from somewhere else for $20. Its wonderful...The sound is much better than most headphones I have, which are mostly the ones that come with the cd player or PC. This was a great buy for me...The only thing I regret was not buying them here and saving myself $10. ... Read more


175. Aiwa HP-EC101 Ear Clip Headphones (Black/Carbon Color)
list price: $21.95
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Asin: B00006AMRV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 10742
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy
For the cheap price these headphones can be purchased, they are a great set. Very good sound, but more importantly for me, extremely comfortable!

These are by far the most comfortable headphones, and they sustain comfort over long periods of time. I have yet to wear them to the point where my ears start to ache -- I'm not even sure that such a time exists.

The design is ingenious. Less significantly, they look pretty cool. The sleek black ear pieces are pretty small, and are very easy to slip on. Since they have no plastic band connecting the two earpieces, as would your typical headphones, they are very easy to wear in bed or in a tall-headrest chair.

I rated the product at five stars -- there are certainly better headphones on the market, but from what I've seen and experienced, these are by far the greatest value for a low-priced set.

5-0 out of 5 stars nice set of headphone
i just got these a couple days ago and was actually really hoping to get a set of sony headphone. however, amazon was sold out on the sony so i opted for the aiwa. im extremely happy with them. great sound and very comfortable. at first i was worried that they were "too" comfortable and werent secure. however, i realized that its not that they were secure, its just that they are actually that comfortable. im very happy with these headphones and was quite surprised to find that they actually have a sparkling look to them. i thought they were going to be solid black but i guess aiwa put a reflective marterial inside to make them reflex light.
anyway, im happy with these. good price for a nice set of headphones.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pay less and get great sound
As I know this is another version of Aiwa HP-EC1 selling in Asia.
They are cheap but give you great performance.
With this cheap headphone you can hear full range of music instruments with high clarity, good bass, exceptional spatial effect and it cover nearly all sound frequencies.

I have test HP-EC1 with many kind of music from Classical to Russian pop.
This headphone is well respond, you can hear every instruments in Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries" and it is the right headphones that can bring you to dwell in Asgard to observe those Aesir untill the Ragnarok come.

On Chinese Ancient instrument "Gu Qin" I was surprised with its ability to reproduce subtle sound of instrument and every effect of artist's finger technique including those "artistic noise".

For piano music such as Shubert, Liszt, Ravel or Beethoven this headphone perform fairly well. The sound can be considerably a bit too thin. (I compare it with Audio-Technika headphone which is much more expensive anyway)

On pop music, it is perform very well on those I tested -> Highland, Gubin, Viagra, Malikov etc. with stunning sound.
Also nice sound on "Neoclassic Heavy Metal" from Yngwie and "Hard Rock" from Europe.

There are some points to concern, first, this headphone's design is strange -> you should leave air gap open between headphone and your ear. This give you good sound but the sound also not as loud as other headphones of the same class.
Second, since you have to leave air gap so it use the foldable clips to clip it to your ears. This make this headphone harder to clip to the correct position.
Third, the version sold in Asia, some were made in China. Even they were manufactured under very strict Japanese quality control but I used to saw one that got problem with its housing that can give resonance noise on some frequencies. This problem is easily handle by just pressing the housing to make sure they are firmly fixed together. Anyway it is annoying.

Last word, this is really cheap but best headphone in the market. It is one that I recommend to my friends. ... Read more


176. Aiwa HP-AJ101 Neckband Headphones (Open Air Type, Metallic Blue)
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005NGQP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 22470
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Behind-the-head design for comfortable fit
  • Open air headphones rest comfortably against ear
  • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
  • Single-sided oxygen-free cord resists tangles

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Real Review
...Now, i ordered this product in hopes of it being and having: A. Comfortable B. Good Sound Quality C. Durablity

Now these headphones are VERY small, dont be fooled by the picture. They do however fit well if you wear them right. They are worn behind the head at an angle.

As far as the sound quality goes, i would give it a 2/5. The Bass on it [is] just plain [bad]. The fading (noise from phone to phone) is pretty good.

And finally, i can't really tell u much about the durability of this product as i haven't owned it long enough, but it looks like it will last a long time.

3-0 out of 5 stars aloha
i, too, would like to say hi.

to josh.

for making me laugh.

hi.

4-0 out of 5 stars hi cincinnati
I dont even have it. I just wanted to say HI. ... Read more


177. Aiwa HP-EC3 Ear Clip Design Headphones
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00006AMRU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 28457
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Comfort, Good Sound
These headphones have great sound quality, but are a little annoying because of a lack of in line sound control. They work great on a bus or in traffic, because they do not completely block out the world around you. They also are very stylish, with 4 color palletes included. The cord often gets tangled, but they come with a thing to wrap it around. All in all, these are a good pair of headphones

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
The Aiwa HP-EC3 Ear Clip Design Headphones are a great buy. They are great because two people can listen at the same time and you don't have to stick anything in your ear. ... Read more


178. Aiwa FR-TC5500 CD/FM/AM Clock Radio
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B00006AMS0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 14606
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This smartly-sized Aiwa clock radio will play your favorite CD, or receive FM and AM reception. With two alarm settings, you can individualize your wake-ups. The clock radio offers thirty preset stations, ten FM and twenty AM. With the remote control, you can make system changes from the bed or couch. The battery back-up function will ensure the alarm will go off, even in case of overnight power failure. Other features include: CD random, CD repeat, CD program, day/hour/minute clock, and sleep timer.

What's in the Box
Clock radio, remote control, remote control battery and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • CD/FM/AM clock radio
  • 30 preset stations
  • Remote control
  • Back-up battery function
  • 2 alarm settings

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Device
FORGOT A FEW COMMENTS__This CD/Radio is awsome. AIWA comes through again. Easy to operate, good spond, BIG numbers on the clock. I recommend this cd/radio. Plus it has a remote.

5-0 out of 5 stars Price + good product = VALUE.
I paid 50 bucks for a refurbished unit. Nice product good sound (not great but for 50 bucks hey!) Easy to program, lots on features such as a weekend alarm. Holds 3 CD's. Lots of radio station program storage. PLUS a remote control.
Only negative... remote does not control the volumn.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great clock radio!
Based on the first review, I sent for this clock radio, and have to agree... it's great! The sound is wonderful, the CD changer works great, and the instructions are easy to follow for setting up alarms and CD programs. The sound is crisp and clear, and I like having many of the buttons on the unit itself as well as on the remote.

The only things I wish this clock radio had were a dimmer option for the light (though I must admit that the light is not glaring in the least,and it's not a gigantic problem) and a bass booster.

The listing on Amazon said that the unit could play CD-R/RW's, so I had some concerns when the instructions said that they might not work. However, so far I've had no trouble with playing them.

I was originally looking for a clock radio that had a tape player as well as a CD changer... but they're not even made anymore unless you get them in a mini-system, which was far too large for my nightstand. However, I'm going to get the hardware to transfer my tapes to CD, which I'll then be able to play on this clock radio.

I'm really pleased with this unit and have NO regrets about purchasing it. I too, did a whole lot of research (online as well as in stores) before deciding on this particular CD clock radio. It's a nice-looking radio, and I'm glad I got it!

5-0 out of 5 stars YOU WON'T BE SORRY!!
I researched clock radios for weeks on end and by far, this one is superior! Great quality speakers and sound, directions easy to follow, product looks even better than the picture and LCD light is bright and highly visible for an aging Husband! Bought this for our bedroom and could not be happier! Buy this with confidence! You won't be sorry... ... Read more


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