Jays a-Jays Five for iOS VS KitSound Ribbons

In the following head to head review we take a look at the Jays a-Jays Five for iOS and the KitSound Ribbons Headphones. To this end we analyze the features of the two Headphones, comparing their Sound Quality and Portability.

Sound Quality
Driver Type
Better than 30% of the Headphones, 20% are better than it.
58%

Dynamic
somewhat below average
Better than 0% of the Headphones, 4% are better than it.
41%

Driver Type
Better than 30% of the Headphones, 20% are better than it.
58%

Dynamic
acceptable
Better than 0% of the Headphones, 4% are better than it.
41%

Driver Diameter
Better than 30% of the Headphones, 20% are better than it.
58%

11mm
below par
Better than 28% of the Headphones, 70% are better than it.
28%

Sensitivity
96dB/mW
somewhat horrible
Better than 15% of the Headphones, 82% are better than it.
15%

Better than 30% of the Headphones, 20% are better than it.
58%

Driver Diameter
Better than 30% of the Headphones, 20% are better than it.
58%

11mm
unpleasant
Better than 28% of the Headphones, 70% are better than it.
28%

To sum it up, the Sound Quality of Jays a-Jays Five for iOS is inferior compared to that of KitSound Ribbons.
Portability
Lightness
100g
average
Better than 60% of the Headphones, 39% are better than it.
60%

9g
top notch
Better than 91% of the Headphones, 9% are better than it.
91%

Lightness
100g
average
Better than 60% of the Headphones, 39% are better than it.
60%

9g
pretty brilliant
Better than 91% of the Headphones, 9% are better than it.
91%

Lightness
100g
ok
Better than 60% of the Headphones, 39% are better than it.
60%

9g
exceptional
Better than 91% of the Headphones, 9% are better than it.
91%

Our review shows that the When it comes to Portability, Jays a-Jays Five for iOS is slightly better compared to KitSound Ribbons.

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