Packaging and accessories

Perhaps today on the "chopping table" headphones with one of the richest sets in my entire history of passion for portable sound. Monster did not stint - except that the situation with the nozzles is not very good, although there are five pairs of them, but there are no expensive Super Tips in the kit. Here you immediately need to put a fat minus - and run to eBay for the appropriate nozzles that improve both comfort and sound insulation. Otherwise, everything is very good. There is a clip, a cover - albeit a fabric one, a thick instruction manual, papers and brochures.

This is, in principle, a more or less standard set. But, as the ad says, that's not all. Since the Mobile Jamz is designed for different phones, and the most important phone for us on the market is the iPhone, the four-pin 3.5 mm jack is designed specifically for it. Besides the iPhone, the Mobile Jamz works great with modern BlackBerrys like the 9800 Torch. If you have an older blackberry model or some LG, Palm, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia, you can use the 2.5 mm adapters included in the kit. It is very good if you can try the headphones with your phone before paying for the purchase. You can also go to the manufacturer's website and find out everything in advance. Still, the choice is wider than usual - and this is an extremely positive fact.

Next - there is an adapter for a PC, you can connect the headphones to a computer or laptop, and use, say, with Skype. This is convenient, and I personally meet such a solution for the first time.

Finally, let's deal with the miniature card reader from the kit. We insert a card into it, which is also included in the kit - and we get an offer to install (or run without installation, from a memory card) Monster Mobile Media Manager. You can only install the program under Windows, which is funny - apparently, for Mac lovers, according to Monster Cable, iTunes is enough. Personally, I did not install the program and just looked at how it looks. Probably, she will find her fans - I didn’t really like her, and, by and large, I don’t need to use her - the same iTunes is enough. The "software" was written, as I understand it, by Sandisk - a 2 GB memory card in the kit is also produced by this company.

One way or another, you can buy a 16 or 32 gigabyte memory card and use the bundled card reader as a flash drive, since the dimensions allow. Most likely, I will do so. Nice "bonus", whatever you say.

Appearance and usability

What can I say, metal is always cool. Especially in the case of Monster, who ate a dog, and more than one, in terms of appearance and materials. Headphones are pleasant to take in hands, it is pleasant to look at them. Red and blue rings, as well as the inscriptions L and R, make it easy to distinguish the left earpiece from the right one, there are no complaints. The tips, as I said, are not the best, but due to the miniature size of the headphones themselves, the latter are fixed quite well. Noise isolation is far from perfect, in the subway you have to turn up the volume a lot.

Now the wire - you can attach the clip from the kit to it, it has a slider for fixing it, as well as a button with a microphone. The plug is straight and gold-plated, the cable is symmetrical (Y-shaped). Behind-the-ear landing is not possible due to the remote control, which is a pity.

It is worth saying a couple of not very affectionate words about the cable. The fact is that after about two weeks of operation, problems with the plug began - either the signal would disappear, or some command on the iPhone would work. You cannot replace the cable - only the whole headphones. Here you can say something - the fact that I was unlucky does not mean that you will not be lucky. I got this copy from Monster Cable, and I will try to change it under warranty - at the same time I will check the vaunted service, I think it will be interesting. On the other hand, the cable may be flimsy, but it does not tan in the cold.

So, except for the reliability of the wire and the quality of the complete eartips, everything is very good. I understand that it sounds funny - but I'm not inclined to deceive you and I tell it like it is.

Perhaps I will repeat what was written for Monster Lil' Jamz, since the headphones are identical internally.

The main testing device is a Hifiman HM-801 player and a selection of Prime Test CD1 recordings. Headphones were used with standard eartips, warmed up for about 10 hours.

Lil' Jamz have a darkish sound color with a slightly raised low-frequency register. The depth of the bass is felt and is not lost behind the midbass, this has a beneficial effect on the reproduction of almost any music.

Mid-range does not have any peaks, vocals are reproduced quite naturally, without whistles.

There is not enough transparency at high frequencies, no attempts are made to "brighten up" the sound, it's nice.

The stereo panorama is wide and shallow, localization is good. Detail is high. Of course, these are not “reinforcements”, but they are not typical “dynamics” either. The dynamic range is wider than the Jamz, the difference is very noticeable on classical music. However, one should not expect miracles from Lil' Jamz - the sound is still flat. Although the attack is not blurred, it is frankly boring to listen to fast music.

Generally speaking, Lil' Jamz are not particularly selective in terms of musical genres, to the best of their ability, they will chew through almost any record.

Compatibility

Of course, I tried the headphones with an iPhone 4, and there were no problems. Everything is very https://cars45.co.ke/listing/audi/q5/2010 worked well and played, Mobile Jamz are undemanding to the source and not particularly tight - there is a margin for volume.

I also got to try out Mobile Jamz with a BlackBerry and it was also very good.

Competitors

In Russia, you can buy Mobile Jamz for a very tangible 6 thousand rubles, abroad the price is about half as much. The paradox is that with direct competitors, everything is not very good - given the configuration of the model. In principle, Phonak Audeo can be recommended with some stretch - for the same 5-6 thousand rubles they will provide good sound quality and a more comfortable fit. You can also consider Sennheiser IE6/IE7.

Output

Headphones were a success, but everything is not very good with the price in Russia - and it remains to find out what is with the guarantee. And so, in principle, you can sum up.

Monster Cable Mobile Jamz headphones review

I'm not sure it's worth recalling how Monster came to be in the headphone market. Let me just say that in its market segment (and headphones cheaper than hundreds of dollars Monster Cable does not particularly favor) this company occupies a leading position, which is due to considerable marketing budgets. This is neither good nor bad - it just happens that way.

I'm linking to a column, which in turn contains links to Monster headphone reviews. A tricky system - but for those who don't know anything about Monster Cable, it should be interesting.

Headphones, which will be discussed today, are intended for use mainly with portable equipment - hence the Mobile prefix. Interestingly, they are essentially Monster Cable Lil' Jamz with a slightly different cable and accessory set, rather than Monster Cable Jamz. In my opinion, this is for the best, since it was Lil' Jamz that I rated quite highly.

However, this model is also worth considering, it is quite interesting. Well, let's get started.

Packaging and accessories

Perhaps today on the "chopping table" headphones with one of the richest sets in my entire history of passion for portable sound. Monster did not stint - except that the situation with the nozzles is not very good, although there are five pairs of them, but there are no expensive Super Tips in the kit. Here you immediately need to put a fat minus - and run to eBay for the appropriate nozzles that improve both comfort and sound insulation. Otherwise, everything is very good. There is a clip, a cover - albeit a fabric one, a thick instruction manual, papers and brochures.

This is, in principle, a more or less standard set. But, as the ad says, that's not all. Since the Mobile Jamz is designed for different phones, and the most important phone for us on the market is the iPhone, the four-pin 3.5 mm jack is designed specifically for it. Besides the iPhone, the Mobile Jamz works great with modern BlackBerrys like the 9800 Torch. If you have an older blackberry model or some LG, Palm, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia, you can use the 2.5 mm adapters included in the kit. It is very good if you can try the headphones with your phone before paying for the purchase. You can also go to the manufacturer's website and find out everything in advance. Still, the choice is wider than usual - and this is an extremely positive fact.

Next - there is an adapter for a PC, you can connect the headphones to a computer or laptop, and use, say, with Skype. This is convenient, and I personally meet such a solution for the first time.

Finally, let's deal with the miniature card reader from the kit. We insert a card into it, which is also included in the kit - and we get an offer to install (or run without installation, from a memory card) Monster Mobile Media Manager. You can only install the program under Windows, which is funny - apparently, for Mac lovers, according to Monster Cable, iTunes is enough. Personally, I did not install the program and just looked at how it looks. Probably, she will find her fans - I didn’t really like her, and, by and large, I don’t need to use her - the same iTunes is enough. The "software" was written, as I understand it, by Sandisk - a 2 GB memory card in the kit is also produced by this company.

One way or another, you can buy a 16 or 32 gigabyte memory card and use the bundled card reader as a flash drive, since the dimensions allow. Most likely, I will do so. Nice "bonus", whatever you say.

Appearance and usability

What can I say, metal is always cool. Especially in the case of Monster, who ate a dog, and more than one, in terms of appearance and materials. Headphones are pleasant to take in hands, it is pleasant to look at them. Red and blue rings, as well as the inscriptions L and R, make it easy to distinguish the left earpiece from the right one, there are no complaints. The tips, as I said, are not the best, but due to the miniature size of the headphones themselves, the latter are fixed quite well. Noise isolation is far from perfect, in the subway you have to turn up the volume a lot.

Now the wire - you can attach the clip from the kit to it, it has a slider for fixing it, as well as a button with a microphone. The plug is straight and gold-plated, the cable is symmetrical (Y-shaped). Behind-the-ear landing is not possible due to the remote control, which is a pity.

It is worth saying a couple of not very affectionate words about the cable. The fact is that after about two weeks of operation, problems with the plug began - either the signal would disappear, or some command on the iPhone would work. You cannot replace the cable - only the whole headphones. Here you can say something - the fact that I was unlucky does not mean that you will not be lucky. I got this copy from Monster Cable, and I will try to change it under warranty - at the same time I will check the vaunted service, I think it will be interesting. On the other hand, the cable may be flimsy, but it does not tan in the cold.

So, except for the reliability of the wire and the quality of the complete eartips, everything is very good. I understand that it sounds funny - but I'm not inclined to deceive you and I tell it like it is.

Perhaps I will repeat what was written for Monster Lil' Jamz, since the headphones are identical internally.

The main testing device is a Hifiman HM-801 player and a selection of Prime Test CD1 recordings. Headphones were used with standard eartips, warmed up for about 10 hours.

Lil' Jamz have a darkish sound color with a slightly raised low-frequency register. The depth of the bass is felt and is not lost behind the midbass, this has a beneficial effect on the reproduction of almost any music.

Mid-range does not have any peaks, vocals are reproduced quite naturally, without whistles.

There is not enough transparency at high frequencies, no attempts are made to "brighten up" the sound, it's nice.

The stereo panorama is wide and shallow, localization is good. Detail is high. Of course, these are not “reinforcements”, but they are not typical “dynamics” either. The dynamic range is wider than the Jamz, the difference is very noticeable on classical music. However, one should not expect miracles from Lil' Jamz - the sound is still flat. Although the attack is not blurred, it is frankly boring to listen to fast music.

Generally speaking, Lil' Jamz are not particularly selective in terms of musical genres, to the best of their ability, they will chew through almost any record.

Compatibility

Of course, I tried the headphones with an iPhone 4, and there were no problems. Everything is very https://cars45.co.ke/listing/audi/q5/2010 worked well and played, Mobile Jamz are undemanding to the source and not particularly tight - there is a margin for volume.

I also got to try out Mobile Jamz with a BlackBerry and it was also very good.

Competitors

In Russia, you can buy Mobile Jamz for a very tangible 6 thousand rubles, abroad the price is about half as much. The paradox is that with direct competitors, everything is not very good - given the configuration of the model. In principle, Phonak Audeo can be recommended with some stretch - for the same 5-6 thousand rubles they will provide good sound quality and a more comfortable fit. You can also consider Sennheiser IE6/IE7.

Output

Headphones were a success, but everything is not very good with the price in Russia - and it remains to find out what is with the guarantee. And so, in principle, you can sum up.

Monster Cable Mobile Jamz headphones review

I'm not sure it's worth recalling how Monster came to be in the headphone market. Let me just say that in its market segment (and headphones cheaper than hundreds of dollars Monster Cable does not particularly favor) this company occupies a leading position, which is due to considerable marketing budgets. This is neither good nor bad - it just happens that way.

I'm linking to a column, which in turn contains links to Monster headphone reviews. A tricky system - but for those who don't know anything about Monster Cable, it should be interesting.

Headphones, which will be discussed today, are intended for use mainly with portable equipment - hence the Mobile prefix. Interestingly, they are essentially Monster Cable Lil' Jamz with a slightly different cable and accessory set, rather than Monster Cable Jamz. In my opinion, this is for the best, since it was Lil' Jamz that I rated quite highly.

However, this model is also worth considering, it is quite interesting. Well, let's get started.

Packaging and accessories

Perhaps today on the "chopping table" headphones with one of the richest sets in my entire history of passion for portable sound. Monster did not stint - except that the situation with the nozzles is not very good, although there are five pairs of them, but there are no expensive Super Tips in the kit. Here you immediately need to put a fat minus - and run to eBay for the appropriate nozzles that improve both comfort and sound insulation. Otherwise, everything is very good. There is a clip, a cover - albeit a fabric one, a thick instruction manual, papers and brochures.

This is, in principle, a more or less standard set. But, as the ad says, that's not all. Since the Mobile Jamz is designed for different phones, and the most important phone for us on the market is the iPhone, the four-pin 3.5 mm jack is designed specifically for it. Besides the iPhone, the Mobile Jamz works great with modern BlackBerrys like the 9800 Torch. If you have an older blackberry model or some LG, Palm, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia, you can use the 2.5 mm adapters included in the kit. It is very good if you can try the headphones with your phone before paying for the purchase. You can also go to the manufacturer's website and find out everything in advance. Still, the choice is wider than usual - and this is an extremely positive fact.

Next - there is an adapter for a PC, you can connect the headphones to a computer or laptop, and use, say, with Skype. This is convenient, and I personally meet such a solution for the first time.

Finally, let's deal with the miniature card reader from the kit. We insert a card into it, which is also included in the kit - and we get an offer to install (or run without installation, from a memory card) Monster Mobile Media Manager. You can only install the program under Windows, which is funny - apparently, for Mac lovers, according to Monster Cable, iTunes is enough. Personally, I did not install the program and just looked at how it looks. Probably, she will find her fans - I didn’t really like her, and, by and large, I don’t need to use her - the same iTunes is enough. The "software" was written, as I understand it, by Sandisk - a 2 GB memory card in the kit is also produced by this company.

One way or another, you can buy a 16 or 32 gigabyte memory card and use the bundled card reader as a flash drive, since the dimensions allow. Most likely, I will do so. Nice "bonus", whatever you say.

Appearance and usability

What can I say, metal is always cool. Especially in the case of Monster, who ate a dog, and more than one, in terms of appearance and materials. Headphones are pleasant to take in hands, it is pleasant to look at them. Red and blue rings, as well as the inscriptions L and R, make it easy to distinguish the left earpiece from the right one, there are no complaints. The tips, as I said, are not the best, but due to the miniature size of the headphones themselves, the latter are fixed quite well. Noise isolation is far from perfect, in the subway you have to turn up the volume a lot.

Now the wire - you can attach the clip from the kit to it, it has a slider for fixing it, as well as a button with a microphone. The plug is straight and gold-plated, the cable is symmetrical (Y-shaped). Behind-the-ear landing is not possible due to the remote control, which is a pity.

A couple of not very kind words should be said about the cable. The fact is that after about two weeks of operation, problems with the plug began - either the signal would disappear, or some command on the iPhone would work. You cannot replace the cable - only the whole headphones. Here you can say something - the fact that I was unlucky does not mean that you will not be lucky. I got this copy from Monster Cable, and I will try to change it under warranty - at the same time I will check the vaunted service, I think it will be interesting. On the other hand, the cable may be flimsy, but it does not tan in the cold.

So, except for the reliability of the wire and the quality of the complete eartips, everything is very good. I understand that it sounds funny - but I'm not inclined to deceive you and I tell it like it is.

Perhaps I will repeat what was written for Monster Lil' Jamz, since the headphones are identical internally.

The main testing device is a Hifiman HM-801 player and a selection of Prime Test CD1 recordings. Headphones were used with standard eartips, warmed up for about 10 hours.

Lil' Jamz have a darkish sound color with a slightly elevated low-frequency register. The depth of the bass is felt and is not lost behind the midbass, this has a beneficial effect on the reproduction of almost any music.

Mid-range does not have any peaks, vocals are reproduced quite naturally, without whistles.

There is not enough transparency at high frequencies, no attempts are made to "brighten up" the sound, it's nice.

The stereo panorama is wide and shallow, localization is good. Detail is high. Of course, these are not "armatures", but not typical "dynamics" either. The dynamic range is wider than the Jamz, the difference is very noticeable on classical music. However, one should not expect miracles from Lil' Jamz - the sound is still flat. Although the attack is not blurred, it is frankly boring to listen to fast music.

Generally speaking, Lil' Jamz are not particularly selective in terms of musical genres, to the best of their ability, they will chew through almost any record.

Compatibility

Of course, I tried the headphones with an iPhone 4, and there were no problems. Everything is very https://cars45.co.ke/listing/audi/q5/2010 worked well and played, Mobile Jamz are undemanding to the source and not particularly tight - there is a margin for volume.

I also got to try out Mobile Jamz with a BlackBerry and it was also very good.

Competitors

In Russia, you can buy Mobile Jamz for a very tangible 6 thousand rubles, abroad the price is about half as much. The paradox is that with direct competitors, everything is not very good - given the configuration of the model. In principle, Phonak Audeo can be recommended with some stretch - for the same 5-6 thousand rubles they will provide good sound quality and a more comfortable fit. You can also consider Sennheiser IE6/IE7.

Output

Headphones were a success, but everything is not very good with the price in Russia - and it remains to find out what is with the guarantee. And so, in principle, you can sum up.

Monster Cable Mobile Jamz headphones review

I'm not sure it's worth recalling how Monster came to be in the headphone market. Let me just say that in its market segment (and headphones cheaper than hundreds of dollars Monster Cable does not particularly favor) this company occupies a leading position, which is due to considerable marketing budgets. This is neither good nor bad - it just happens that way.

I'm linking to a column, which in turn contains links to Monster headphone reviews. A tricky system - but for those who don't know anything about Monster Cable, it should be interesting.

Headphones, which will be discussed today, are intended for use mainly with portable equipment - hence the Mobile prefix. Interestingly, they are essentially Monster Cable Lil' Jamz with a slightly different cable and accessory set, rather than Monster Cable Jamz. In my opinion, this is for the best, since it was Lil' Jamz that I rated quite highly.

However, this model is also worth considering, it is quite interesting. Well, let's get started.

Packaging and accessories

Perhaps today on the "chopping table" headphones with one of the richest sets in my entire history of passion for portable sound. Monster did not stint - except that the situation with the nozzles is not very good, although there are five pairs of them, but there are no expensive Super Tips in the kit. Here you immediately need to put a fat minus - and run to eBay for the appropriate nozzles that improve both comfort and sound insulation. Otherwise, everything is very good. There is a clip, a cover - albeit a fabric one, a thick instruction manual, papers and brochures.

This is, in principle, a more or less standard set. But, as the ad says, that's not all. Since the Mobile Jamz is designed for different phones, and the most important phone for us on the market is the iPhone, the four-pin 3.5 mm jack is designed specifically for it. Besides the iPhone, the Mobile Jamz works great with modern BlackBerrys like the 9800 Torch. If you have an older blackberry model or some LG, Palm, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia, you can use the 2.5 mm adapters included in the kit. It is very good if you can try the headphones with your phone before paying for the purchase. You can also go to the manufacturer's website and find out everything in advance. Still, the choice is wider than usual - and this is an extremely positive fact.

Next - there is an adapter for a PC, you can connect the headphones to a computer or laptop, and use, say, with Skype. This is convenient, and I personally meet such a solution for the first time.

Finally, let's deal with the miniature card reader from the kit. We insert a card into it, which is also included in the kit - and we get an offer to install (or run without installation, from a memory card) Monster Mobile Media Manager. You can only install the program under Windows, which is funny - apparently, for Mac lovers, according to Monster Cable, iTunes is enough. Personally, I did not install the program and just looked at how it looks. Probably, she will find her fans - I didn’t really like her, and, by and large, I don’t need to use her - the same iTunes is enough. The "software" was written, as I understand it, by Sandisk - a 2 GB memory card in the kit is also produced by this company.

One way or another, you can buy a 16 or 32 gigabyte memory card and use the bundled card reader as a flash drive, since the dimensions allow. Most likely, I will do so. Nice "bonus", whatever you say.

Appearance and usability

What can I say, metal is always cool. Especially in the case of Monster, who ate a dog, and more than one, in terms of appearance and materials. Headphones are pleasant to take in hands, it is pleasant to look at them. Red and blue rings, as well as the inscriptions L and R, make it easy to distinguish the left earpiece from the right one, there are no complaints. The tips, as I said, are not the best, but due to the miniature size of the headphones themselves, the latter are fixed quite well. Noise isolation is far from perfect, in the subway you have to turn up the volume a lot.

Now the wire - you can attach the clip from the kit to it, it has a slider for fixing it, as well as a button with a microphone. The plug is straight and gold-plated, the cable is symmetrical (Y-shaped). Behind-the-ear landing is not possible due to the remote control, which is a pity.

A couple of not very kind words should be said about the cable. The fact is that after about two weeks of operation, problems with the plug began - either the signal would disappear, or some command on the iPhone would work. You cannot replace the cable - only the whole headphones. Here you can say something - the fact that I was unlucky does not mean that you will not be lucky. I got this copy from Monster Cable, and I will try to change it under warranty - at the same time I will check the vaunted service, I think it will be interesting. On the other hand, the cable may be flimsy, but it does not tan in the cold.

So, except for the reliability of the wire and the quality of the complete eartips, everything is very good. I understand that it sounds funny - but I'm not inclined to deceive you and I tell it like it is.

Perhaps I will repeat what was written for Monster Lil' Jamz, since the headphones are identical internally.

The main testing device is a Hifiman HM-801 player and a selection of Prime Test CD1 recordings. Headphones were used with standard eartips, warmed up for about 10 hours.

Lil' Jamz have a darkish sound color with a slightly raised low-frequency register. The depth of the bass is felt and is not lost behind the midbass, this has a beneficial effect on the reproduction of almost any music.

Mid-range does not have any peaks, vocals are reproduced quite naturally, without whistles.

There is not enough transparency at high frequencies, no attempts are made to "brighten up" the sound, it's nice.

The stereo panorama is wide and shallow, localization is good. Detail is high. Of course, these are not “reinforcements”, but they are not typical “dynamics” either. The dynamic range is wider than the Jamz, the difference is very noticeable on classical music. However, one should not expect miracles from Lil' Jamz - the sound is still flat. Although the attack is not blurred, it is frankly boring to listen to fast music.

Generally speaking, Lil' Jamz are not particularly selective in terms of musical genres, to the best of their ability, they will chew through almost any record.

Compatibility

Of course, I tried the headphones with an iPhone 4, and there were no problems. Everything worked and played well https://cars45.co.ke/listing/audi/q5/2010, Mobile Jamz are undemanding to the source and not particularly tight - there is a margin for volume.

Of course, I tried the headphones with the iPhone 4, and there were no problems. Everything is very https://cars45.co.ke/listing/audi/q5/2010 https://cars45.co.ke/listing/audi/q5/2010 worked and played well, Mobile Jamz are undemanding to the source and not particularly tight - there is a margin for volume.

I also got to try out Mobile Jamz with a BlackBerry and it was also very good.

Competitors

In Russia, you can buy Mobile Jamz for a very tangible 6 thousand rubles, abroad the price is about half as much. The paradox is that with direct competitors, everything is not very good - given the configuration of the model. In principle, Phonak Audeo can be recommended with some stretch - for the same 5-6 thousand rubles they will provide good sound quality and a more comfortable fit. You can also consider Sennheiser IE6/IE7.

Output

Headphones were a success, but everything is not very good with the price in Russia - and it remains to find out what is with the guarantee. And so, in principle, you can sum up.