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  • $8.94 - June 20, 2019
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Amazing Deals on the FFPQB0052B Panasonic DP6030 Workio Exit Tray Extension (Genuine)

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Specifications of the FFPQB0052B Panasonic DP6030 Workio Exit Tray Extension

  • Manufacture : <Panasonic/li>
  • Model : Panasonic DP6030 Workio
  • Part Number : <FFPQB0052B/li>
  • Description : Exit Tray Extension
  • Part of Machine : Trays

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  • Genuine FFPQB0052B Exit Tray Extension for Panasonic DP6030 Workio; Tray – For Tray # H0403 – Genuine Panasonic Part; Panasonic FFPQB0052B / FFPQB0052 / DZML000455

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Review of the FFPQB0052B Panasonic DP6030 Workio Exit Tray Extension

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Additional Details on the FFPQB0052B Panasonic DP6030 Workio Exit Tray Extension

Enjoy the ultimate in style, comfort and listening pleasure with the Panasonic RP-HJE120 ErgoFit Earphones. With three included sets of earpads (S/M/L), you’ll get a custom, comfortable fit that won’t slip out. Nine vivid fashion color options with color matching cords let you choose one that...

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Customer Reviews of the FFPQB0052B Panasonic DP6030 Workio Exit Tray Extension

If you're looking for a testament on durability, reliability, and fit, here's my experience with these earphones.Durability and Reliability test - Passed. (Four years of daily use and still functioning)Been using this since 2012 during the day while I work to listen to music. These are the only earphones I use that do have not an in-line microphone because it is not needed for my office work. This gets rolled and tossed into my bag every weekday, yet.. no tears, no loose wires, earpads in tact. Fully functioning. Sound still crisp and clear. It can definitely stand the mild abuse.Comfort test - Passed.The fit is perfect for my ears - very ergonomic as the bud rests nicely in the concha (bowl-shaped cavity) of the ear, cradled by the intertragal notch - like a snug hug. The earpads insert easily into place for a gentle cushioned feel, loosely 'locking' into place very naturally. I've worn these for hours at a time without any aching of the ear or hint of tension so the comfort is definitely there. I have also used them while walking, running, cleaning, and they rarely fall out - thank goodness! It's so bloody annoying when earbuds slip out!Sound test - Passed.Let's be real. Don't expect Sennheiser quality audio on a earphone that costs less than popcorn at the movie theaters. But also don't brush it off either. The sound quality is rather good. To the average user, one most likely won't pick up the nuiances between amazing full bass, mid, or treble. These are definitely not bass-enhanced so don't expect these to pump out your favorite bass-powered beats to your liking, but they will do an acceptable job at nice highs and clear mids.General notes:Because of the fit of the earpad into the ear canal, it does block out some noise. Because I do use these for work, I normally just keep one of these earbuds in for the music while still being attentive within the environment. These earphones also do a decent job at keeping the audio 'localized', meaning if you are jamming music at full blast, the sound will leak from the earphones, but not too much. I can be listening to music at a somewhat loud scale and no one around me can hear it at all.Comfort/fit comparison:I am an android user and faithful Samsung Galaxy series smart phone user. I have the old Samsung Galaxy S2 earphones and the new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge earphones to compare comfort/ergo fit to. You'll see in my picture the stark difference in overall shape of the earbud from just three earphones. Yet despite my loyalty to Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the fit of their earphones are always terrible, even the latest S6 Edge earphone accessory. Here is why the fit and comfort of the humble Panasonic make my ears happier than most earpieces:- See Samsung Galaxy S2 earphones. Nice soft silicone gel earpad but poor earbud shape that doesn't 'lock' into place with the natural shape of the outer ear. Thus, it frequently comes out like a loose, thick q-tip.- See Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge earphones. Better quality silicone gel earpad that attempts to cushion the supposed natural shape of the ear canal entrance, but utterly fails for anyone with normal sized ears. Even with the smallest size gel earpads, the earphones frequently pop out and is very annoying. Not only that, the gel earpads frequently loosen from the buds itself and falls off. I got my S6 Edge summer of 2015 and I have already used all spare gel earpads + another set of replacement earpads (if you look closely at the photo, I had to resort to a Left earpad for my Right earbud because I had no more replacement earpads to use). I am now down to a single earpad and am giving up on these stupid earphones in general.Verdict:WORTH! Four years on a product that works on a daily and fits great for price of $6-$10? No brainer. Incredibly reliable and good quality.
Lady S. - January 19, 2016
I've had a love/hate relationship with these earbuds until I learned how to properly use them (I've had them for a few weeks now). These are my first pair of in-ear earbuds and as many have already said, they are to be worn sealed into the ear canal to get the proper fidelity. You cannot simply fit them into the opening of the ear and get any bass response at all. I knew this but didn't know how you were supposed to get them inserted properly and I struggled in the absence of any pertinent guidance. I understand that everyone's ears are shaped a little differently but what I found that worked for me was to insert the bud into the opening of my ear canal and rotate it while applying inward pressure (kind of like turning a screw) until the cable/shaft points upwards (see my pic). When the bud is situated this way it slides into my ear canal and makes the appropriate seal and I can run the cable behind my ear. No amount of inward pressure could get the proper seal with the cables hanging downward like you would think it is intended. It took me a while to figure this out. I also discovered that there is a fine line between pushing it in just enough to create the seal and pushing it in too far. Go too far and they begin to hurt rather quickly... and they hurt pretty bad. So find the spot where they seal but go no further. Again, it took me a while to figure this out. When positioned correctly I can wear them for extended periods.That being said, once fitted correctly - sealed in the ear canal - these buds provide an adequate (quite a bit actually) amount of bass and sound isolation compared to the regular headphones that simply rest in front of the ear opening. The bass was too much at first. I realized I had my EQ settings on my device set to a high bass boost to compensate for my old headphones. Once adjusted to flatten out the bass they sounded fantastic.I've never had any other high-end earbuds to compare these to but I feel that these sound great especially for the price. They do a very good job of keeping out surrounding noise. I used them on a recent flight and they did a MUCH better job keeping out the background noise of the jet than my old phones. Use caution when walking/running as they can block the sound of traffic and other hazards you would otherwise hear.Summary: These Panasonic in-ear earbuds are a great value and have exceptional sound... once you learn how to properly use them. Experiment to achieve the correct and comfortable fit.
Douglas E. Byers - March 22, 2016
I have a self appointed mission of finding inexpensive headphones that sound better than average. I have been on this quest for years as I am always never without my mp3 player or radio. I am rough on headphones and go through them fairly regularly. So I am always trying to find inexpensive headphones that sound better than my previous set (Skullcandy Ink'd). This time, after carefully reading reviews, I purchased 3 different headphones at once, all in the same price range (Under $15.00): The Panasonic RP-HJE120-A (Blue), The Skullcandy Jib, and The 2XL Spoke (Bounty Hunter Collection).My conclusions were that the 2XL Spoke were adequate, but a distant third place. While the 2XL had definitively better bass than the Skullcandy Ink'd, the 2XL's mids and highs were only adequate. The Skullcandy Jib completely blew the Scullcandy Ink'd away, with much better bass, mids and highs, I thought I found what I had been looking for, that my quest had ended. But there was still the Panasonic RP-HJE120 to listen to. I must say I had little expectation for these after listening to the Skullcandy Jib's. But what was this? Immediately the Panasonic's sounded impressive. After listening to them for a while, I listened to the Jib's again. I honestly preferred the cleaner sound of the Panasonic RP-HJE120, and the Ergo design was a plus, the fit was just so comfortable.So there you have my layman's evaluation of these three headsets and my hands down recommendation for the Panasonic RP-HJE120 (I got the Blue, however, I very much doubt that your color choice will affect the sound).I hope this helped.
Papa Jim - January 25, 2012

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