Yamaha in-ear headphones isolate outside noise. Superior audio performance gives you the full range of sound while on the go.
Reviewed by 4 customers
Good sound for something at this pricepoint - my M9-SLs sound about the same, but have a better fit/more selection of tips, and also a soft carry case (which I assumed was just more or less a given at this price point). I think overall good sound, but not a great value. They didn't even have a cord split management system, so you're stuck with the full length from the split to your ears the whole time. Wouldn't buy again.
Great headphones at a great price. Use these when traveling and very comfortable. Would definitely buy again
Great sound for the price (in the $15-$25 range). They sound almost as good as a pair of Panasonic RP-HJE350 buds. The Panasonic does have better range in the higher end that's missing in the Yamaha's, but this is good for people who find highs too ear splitting. There are times when I have to lower my mp3 player's treble setting for certain songs when using the RP-HJE350. The Panasonic also has the edge in build quality and comfort, as the Yamaha feels like it's made of flimsy plastic and rubber, and the part of the earbuds that's supposed to conform to the outer ear is rather wide. In any case, the Yamaha was a few dollars lower than the Panasonic, which remain my main headphones. The Yamaha I leave in my backpack as backup just in case I forget the Panasonic, and when I do have need of them I don't at all miss the Panasonic.
Great value. Good sound.