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Originally published on SoundStage! Xperience

I purchased these off the shelf at Walmart and didn’t expect much from them. But the on-ear Transit headphones from Jam, a division of HMDX, turned out to be a good bargain at $49.99 USD. After using them for three weeks, and despite one serious flaw, I found a lot to like about them.

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Brent Butterworth 3 days ago The Biggest Lie in Audio
@DustinNow that I think of it, I've heard a few well-regarded brands used as whipping ...
Dustin 4 days ago The Biggest Lie in Audio
@Brent ButterworthB&W?
Brent Butterworth 4 days ago The Biggest Lie in Audio
@Kevin Voecks1) I so wish we could expose more people to blind testing. It'd be a ...
Kevin Voecks 4 days ago The Biggest Lie in Audio
Bravo for telling the truth Brent! I should add one observation: People who "like," or ...
Dustin 5 days ago The Biggest Lie in Audio
@Brent ButterworthYou make good points. Here is one of the flaws that Floyd Toole has ...