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Design and features
The t-Jays One headset uses a standard thin round headphone cable, albeit one with a split. The main cable is only 60cm long, but an extension cable that ships with the headphones adds another 70cm of cable. Depending on your needs, that could give you 130cm of comfortable cable length — or 130cm of tangles to unwind.
As with other entries in the Jays line, the t-Jays One ships with a large plastic case to house both headphones and silicone sleeves. It's good for home storage, but we'd strongly argue that it's too large to realistically be carried around for terribly long.
The buds of the t-Jays One sit in front of solid plastic wedges that sit in the rear of your ear. Five sets of silicone sleeves are provided at differing sizes for a more comfortable fit and better acoustic performance.