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JVC HA-RX900

The JVC HA-RX900 is an excellent over-ear model that will impress listeners shopping for a low-cost headphone to use at work or in the office.

By December 16, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating December 16, 2014
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JVC HA-S400 Carbon Nanotubes headphones

At around $26 online, JVC's HA-S400 Nanotubes are among the better on-ear headphones for the money.

By May 13, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 13, 2014
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JVC HA-NC260

The JVC HA-NC260 Noise Canceling Headphones are a fine choice for frequent fliers, but there's nothing to make them stand out from the crowd.

By July 2, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating July 2, 2010
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Asus Transformer Book T100HA

The popular Transformer Book gets a makeover with new colours and new features to get the range ready for the Windows 10 launch window.

By June 1, 2015

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The Moon Neo 430HA headphone amplifier creates a happy zone around your ears

The Audiophiliac found a lot to like about the Moon Neo 430HA digital converter/headphone amplifier.

By December 13, 2014

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JVC's HA-RX900 headphones: Great price but not our first choice

The JVC HA-RX900 will only satisfy a niche market of instrumental listeners shopping for a low-cost headphone to use at work or in the office.

By November 5, 2014

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The Oppo HA-1 headphone amplifier is definitely a slam-dunk for audiophiles

The Audiophiliac checks out Oppo's stunning new headphone amplifier.

By August 13, 2014

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JVC HA-S400 Carbon Nanotubes: Cheap headphones sound rich

At around $26 online, JVC's HA-S400 earphones with Carbon Nanotubes are among the better on-ear models for the money.

By May 13, 2014

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Smart home for sale

With a joint survey conducted by CNET and Coldwell Banker, we look into smart home device ownership and what it means for buying and selling your home.

By August 11, 2015

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No one says LOL anymore, says Facebook study

Technically Incorrect: 51 percent say 'haha." But seriously, you say "LOL" and you're just part of a weird 1.9 percent of Facebookers.

By August 9, 2015