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Plantronics BackBeat GO
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Plantronics BackBeat GO

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Plantronics BackBeat Go

24 May 2014
  • Conclusion: The Plantronics BackBeat Go is a stereo Bluetooth headset that provides excellent phone-call quality but only a mediocre stereo-music-listening experience. Its small, lightweight body is unobtrusive and comfortable, and its noise canceling technology eliminates most outside sounds.
  • Pros: Excellent voice quality, Comfortable and small, Tangle-free cord connects two earbuds
  • Cons: Average music quality, Earbuds are very soft, Pairs with only one device
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Plantronics BackBeat GO Review: Finally, A Stereo Bluetooth Headset With A Nearly Perfect Design

Android Police
5 October 2013
  • Excerpt: I've reviewed several sets of Bluetooth earbuds. With each one, there are things I would change about the design. On some, the buds are Then I got my hands (and ears) on the Plantronics BackBeat GO.
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[Review] Plantronics BackBeat Go Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

18 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Audio on the go is a necessity for most people, and for me bluetooth is the only way. I’ve recently been trying out a set of Plantronics BackBeat Go stereo headphones, and I’ve got to say, I’m impressed. I was previously rocking a rather dated set of Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 buds, which did the job.
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Expert Review

29 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Bluetooth uses the A2DP profile for stereo music, and the BackBeat Go has the same. The compression this profile uses is a so-called subband codec, which is a relatively simple compression routine with a quality level comparable to Mpeg-1 layer II (mp3 is Mpeg-1 layer III).
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Plantronics BackBeat Go Review - Almost the Perfect Bluetooth Earbuds

27 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Five years ago I bought a pair of A2DP headsets, oddly enough alongside the purchase of a Dell XPS M1730. They were Dell BH200 stereo headests, essentially a rebrand of some Logitech models that were modern at the time.
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Review Of The Plantronics BackBeat Go Bluetooth Headsets

Simple Mobile Review
16 August 2012
  • Excerpt: Review of the Plantronics Backbeat Go Bluetooth stereo headsets
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Overall 6

Plantronics Backbeat Go

13 July 2012
  • Summary: There's a lot to like about the BackBeat Go wireless stereo headset, but some notable shortcomings temper our enthusiasm.
  • Pros: The Plantronics BackBeat Go is a compact wireless stereo headset that sounds decent, is attractively designed, and is reasonably priced.
  • Cons: Battery life isn't great (4.5 hours); buttons on the inline remote are small; and the LED that indicates when the device is on or in pairing mode is tiny.
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Unboxing The Plantronics Backbeat Go Bluetooth Wireless Headphones And Early Thoughts

Simple Mobile Review
4 June 2012
  • Excerpt: Here is an unboxing and early look of the Plantronics BackBeat Go Bluetooth stereo headsets.
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Plantronics BackBeat Go – The Bluetooth Headset That Beats to its Own Drum (Review)

Chip Chick
25 April 2012
  • Excerpt: Free me of these wires! That is what companies are hearing more of these days, as consumers want to move freely away from their devices and not be ...
  • Pros: Lightweight design makes it easily portable, additional tips are included from larger to smaller, crisp call quality, pairing is super easy, makes a great first Bluetooth stereo headset for those new to this type of technology.
  • Cons: Music playback quality is decent, but not amazing – exhibited highs, but the low end is lacking.
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Plantronics BackBeat GO Wireless Earbuds Review

20 April 2012
  • Conclusion: These buds have DSP (Digital Signal Processing) and what's known as full duplex echo cancellation so you'll have great noise cancellation on the whole - rare for headphones that don't cover the ear.
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