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At CES 2015 this morning, JVC announced a brand-new headphone line alongside an important update to its existing Xtreme Xplosives series.
The Xtreme Xplosives series will get four new models, which include around-ear, on-ear, and in-ear designs. The around-ear HA-MR60X and the on-ear HA-SR50X feature large driver units for powerful bass. Both models come with in-line controllers and a microphone, compatible with Apple, Android, and BlackBerry devices. The single-button remote has the standard music and phone call control.
If you need something a bit more portable, the in-ear HA-FR202/HA-FX102 headphones are also designed to deliver the deep bass the Xtreme Xposives series is known for. The HA-FR202 comes with a single-button in-line remote just like the around- and on-ears.
The in-ears each come with three sizes of silicone sleeves to provide a comfortable fit with plenty of isolation, and they'll be available in blue, black, red, pink, and violet.
JVC is also releasing a brand-new headphone line that’s designed for fans of nightclub sound systems. The JVC XX Elation series will consist of three models: the on-ear wireless HA-SBT200X, the on-ear SR100X, and the in-ear HA-FR100X. Each will come with a controller and mic built into the headphone housing.
The wireless HA-SBT200X (MSRP $149.95, available only in black) connects with compatible Bluetooth devices using one-touch NFC tech, and offers battery life of roughly 10 hours. It comes with a Hyper Bass Sound circuit that can boost bass to even more eardrum-destroying levels, as well as a detachable 3.9-foot cord.
The HA-SR100X (MSRP $99.95) is nearly identical, minus the wireless capability. It’s available in black, silver, and a limited-edition violet version that costs an extra $30.
In-ear fans will opt for the HA-FR100X (MSRP $59.95), available in black, silver, and violet. It comes with small, medium, and large silicone earpieces and a carrying pouch. Everything will be available starting in March 2015.
Stay tuned in for more CES 2015 coverage from Reviewed.com, as we discover the latest and greatest in tech.