Reviews and Problems with Logitech Curve Headphones For MP3
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Logitech Curve Headphones
19 November 2006
Excerpt: Each Curve includes 9 items: a pair of behind-the-neck headphones with an attached translucent cord, four foam earpads - two replacements for the two already attached in the box - and four rubber earpieces. Two of the rubber earpieces ship attached to Curve, and use loops of rubber to wrap around the tops of your ears for added headphone stability; the other two lack the extra loops, and can be used instead solely to seal Curve against moisture.
Pros: Stylish over-the-ear headphones with detachable ear loops, available in multiple colors (including iPod-matching clear/white), potentially superior for exercise applications than in-ear buds, inexpensive.
Cons: Non-adjustable neckband and ear loops will be uncomfortable for some users, sound quality is only okay by comparison with comparably priced options, little isolation from outside noise without turning up volume.
Excerpt: Yes, I’m still continuing my hunt for iPod Shuffle perfection when it comes to Shuffle accessories. The one thing that has bugged me from the beginning has been the Apple earbuds. They just don’t make it, at least for me, when it comes time to be active either running or working out.