Reviews and Problems with Plantronics BackBeat 903
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ALL THAT IS NEEDED TO USE YOUR PHONE ANYWHERE WITHOUT THE WIRES
5 July 2012
Summary: Great headphones, really great that there is no wires to your device. Great for exercise and running around the house while doing everyday things without carrying your phone to your ear or standing in a room shouting to your loud speaker on the phone on the other side of the room while the other...
Summary: - I've used these for 9 months now. The build quality leaves a little to be desired, but cheap plastic means light weight and the weakest part is easily fixed. Some time ago I broke one of the friction collars that holds the adjustment in place; had it in my pocket with some other stuff.
Pros: - The audio quality is surprisingly good. The frequency response is decently flat and it has the range. I would say it's enough to justify higher-bitrate mp3s. - No active light, it's actually decent-looking - Standard microusb connector, 5 volt charge - Stiff cord prevents tangle while allowing ...
Cons: - Loud indicator for every action including each volume change - Long press (2 seconds) needed to skip foreward/back. It will continue if held longer so you can still navigate back on devices that require a press before the 2 second mark, it will just take a while. - The connecting cord is stiff ...
Summary: Pros: ~great sound quality ~no cords hanging around your neck when working out, or just listening to music (I use this with my phone and makes it so I don't keep yanking the earbuds out of my ears like I did with corded) ~Bluetooth seems to connect well (I can keep my phone in my pocket where I...
Summary: the best headset for bluetooth.. bluetooth technology gave unstable performance like a cutting of sound as a walking. although it is a very temptation item.. it compatible android phone, and my macbook perfectly... and sound quality gave me a satisfaction too.
Summary: Works very well while driving but if you walk or work with these youll need to keep the connected device close like in a shirt pocket or coat pocket. If not more cutting out will occur. Other than that the battery last a LONG time, it's stated for 7 hours of talk time, youll come close.
Summary: light weight, can hang around your neck when not in use, may use with one or two ears, good sound. cuts down back ground noise so callers can hear you better , 7 hours of talk or play charges quick conects easy if you move around alot when playing music it cuts in and out a little when talking if...
Summary: These headphones are perfect for what I need. I pair them with my iPhone 3G and stereo sound comes out. Call quality does tend to have a crackle to it, but my conversations are never dropped and I have a good 20 ft radius to operate in. I would recommend these to anyone.
Summary: the sound is good. the thing i dont like about it is it does not let you call back the same last call like motorola but for that they have voice commands but it hardly works may be because of my indian accent or because of the phone i am using because earlier it worked on my samsung phone.
Summary: The only thing preventing a 5-egg rating is the lack of multipoint. Note: The The earbuds don't fill your ear canal like some others but rest against it. This allows you to hear what is going on around you and maintain your awareness (great while driving and you don't yell during phone calls.
Pros: Light, comfortable (don't hurt ears like regular earbuds can), good and loud sound quality with decent bass, clear voice calls, voice and music controls, good battery life between charges, gel buds are removable and easy to clean.
Cons: No multipoint to connect to several devices at the same time.