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Back to School 2015: Rock Jaw Arcana v2 Headphones

August 7, 2015 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Going back to school soon? Well you might want to pick up some new headphones. And Rock Jaw, a company you may not have heard of before, has some amazing headphones and earbuds available. We recently toured their offices, and were quite impressed with what they have to offer. We also recently reviewed another pair of Rock Jaw earbuds, the Kommand. Which our editor, Tom, absolutely loved those earbuds.

The Arcana v2 headphones are obviously their second generation of this model. They are also quite interesting. While they don’t look as high-end as what Sennheiser or Beats have to offer, they are still durable with some great sound. They use a twisted cable, which leads to the cable getting tangled less. Always a good thing when it comes to earbuds. Additionally, they use wood and aluminum construction for a more natural sounds coming out of the Arcana. Rock Jaw also has an in-line microphone along with a multifunction switch. So you are able to take phone calls with these earbuds. Of course they are both Android and iOS compatible.

Because these earbuds are made of rosewood as well as aluminum, it makes them put out richer tones, but also keeps the earbuds fairly light weight. Something I think we can all appreciate. Rock Jaw also includes three different size eartips. So you can choose the ones that fight your ears the best. Seeing as no ones ears are the same size, make sure you use the ones that feel the most comfortable. The best part about these earbuds, is that they are premium yet lightweight and cost under $20. In fact they are going for about $17 right now on Amazon. Which is an amazing price for the quality of these earbuds.

These earbuds do just about everything you could want, and definitely won’t break the bank. Coming in at just $17, they are a fraction of what other popular audio companies would charge, like Bose, Beats, Sennheiser, Audio-Technica and others. A perfect pair of earbuds for the college student, who probably spends more on books then they’d like, or care to admit.