Reviews and Problems with Plantronics BackBeat Go 2
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Plantronics BackBeat Go 2 Wireless Earbuds Review
20 April 2015
Summary: The $59 Plantronics BackBeat Go 2 wireless earbuds are a strong value-priced option. They're light around your neck, with ear inserts that stay put during exercise, and they offer good overall sound quality.
Pros: Secure and comfortable ear inserts; Audible battery-level notifications; Inexpensive
Cons: Could have stronger bass; Short battery life
Excerpt: The Plantronics BackBeat GO 2 Wireless Earbuds are the follow-up to the company’s successful BackBeat GO wireless earbuds. This time around, however, Plantronics put even more features into the mix, that truly raise the bar for wireless audio products.
Summary: Working out and exercising may sound like a chore to many but it actually isn’t especially when you have friends or even the right type of music to motivate you. This is why many headphone manufacturers have designed countless numbers of headphones for those who lead an active lifestyle.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Good mid- and high-end sound, Good value for money, Moisture resistant
Cons: Weak bass, Charging case is not bundled, Microphone easily picks up noise, Battery life
Excerpt: Bluetooth headsets provide convenience but often at the cost of sound quality. The refreshed Plantronics BackBeat Go 2 Wireless Earbuds give users both quality and convenience in a comfortable and useful set of earbuds.
Plantronics BackBeat GO 2 Bluetooth Headphones Review
15 November 2013
Summary: The Plantronics BackBeat GO 2 ‘s pretty much have it all. They’re durable enough to withstand sweat and the gym, and not having a hanging cord keeps your phone out of harms way. They’re comfortable enough for every-day and all-day usage. Plus, best of all, they sound awesome.
Pros: Sound great, Charging case, Sweat resistant / water resistant, ControlTalk with Microphone, Comfortable, Durable, Affordable
Cons: Ear stabilizer could be better, Carrying case could be larger–requires finesse to get headphones in, Battery is only 4.5 hours
Summary: To quickly set the scene, I've never really spent much on iem's of any nature until recently, and still probably only have one high-end pair to speak of (Sennheiser ie8's), but part of my recent quest for in-ears has been split between commuting and exercising.
Pros: Good all-round sound, bass is better than most BT in-ears when out and about, excellent wire free freedom, light weight, case with built-in charger
Cons: Battery life could be better, design means wind noise can be slightly intrusive