[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. But the Plantronics have blown me away for bluetooth audio quality.
Plantronics BackBeat Go – The Bluetooth Headset That Beats to its Own Drum (Review)
12 October 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.
Plantronics BackBeat GO Review: Finally, A Stereo Bluetooth Headset With A Nearly Perfect Design
1 October 2012
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. Without giving too much away up front, this headset is a breath of fresh air in a market filled with "I guess I can make these work" solutions. First off, the form factor.
Excerpt: Stereo Bluetooth headphones are generally not the smallest, usually they are either on-ear or over-ear. The simple reason for that is that there needs to be space for the Bluetooth module and battery. Plantronics has managed to create in-ear Bluetooth headphones, including a built-in microphone. The BackBeat Go is little more than a cord with little speakers on the ends, but is it a musical cord?
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. I used that in conjunction with a Dell Axim Pocket PC and later an HTC Apache to listen to streaming music while studying.