Reviews and Problems with Plantronics BackBeat 903+
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Good sound but bad fit
4 May 2014
Summary: These bluetooth headphones are easy to pair and are well constructed with good sound. The issue that I have with these however is in the odd shape on the actual earbuds and how they fit . I am not sure if they are supposed to fit in the ear canal or just sit outside of the ear canal. The result is an odd sensation and wearing experience.
I don't think this product is the best, but serves my intended purpose.
31 August 2013
Summary: I purchased this headset for the purpose of hands free calling/talking. As far as listening to music, I think the sound is fair (not great) and really depends on the genre of music you desire. If you prefer hard rock, you will be quite disappointed because the base level is distorted. If you prefer easy listening (smooth jazz is my preference), it's pleasant. I've used this on many occasions when making and receiving calls and find the sound to be good.
Not bad for phone calls and light music listening.
7 April 2013
Summary: The product quality seems good and the headset functions nicely, however, do the the design I cannot find any way to get the buds into my ears far enough to hear the sound quality that they actually produce. I also read that they were good for workouts, however, when working out the sweat shuts them down for a while.
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for my old mic for my playstation 3. I went with the same company cause their previous mic was excellent. Everyone is able to understand me very well, but I play for many hours and the battery constantly dies on me. I had to purchase 2 of these ($100 total / $50 each) so that I can switch them when one runs out of juice. Not had any experience with playing music, but talking on the phone is great.
Pros: Good price, excellent voice quality, easy to use and offers more advanced features if you read the manual
Cons: Low battery life, hurts ears after a couple hours, you are not able to talk on it while it's charging, the cord in the back is rather stiff so if you lay against a couch while you're talking it might be rather irritating
Summary: There is a lot to like about these earbuds; they fit nicely into the ear canal, they block outside noise pretty well, and deliver good sound. I really like time remaining message and easy sync. There is an easy transition from phone to music and vice versa. Phone quality is good. Mute on right side is nice although clunky. There is a fair amount to be desired from these earbuds, forward and backward are very clunky..
Summary: I would pay twice as much for this product if it could withstand my sweaty workouts.
Pros: Form Factor. These were quite comfortable even when running.
Cons: Not sweat proof. After 1 mile, they would lose sound and buttons would spontaneously push. Too bad. They eventually died. I know that they are not advertised for sweat, but I wish. Stereo sound is good. Microphone not that great.
Summary: I had been looking around for a set of wireless headphones for awhile now. I settled on these and have been content with the product, but not thrilled. The earphones are too big for my head, so I have to knot them in the middle in order for them not to fall off. While the quality of sound is good, I have to have the volume on max to hear it. Occasionally, the music cuts out brief moments when I am running.
Summary: the audio quality was good but there was no bass what so ever. the headset was very uncomfortable to it hurt my ears after 20 minutes of listening. the headset would not pair with my computer at all i used to have the motorola S9 headphones and used them with my pc and for gaming all the time until they finally crapped out on me.