Pros: Great Battery Life. Bluetooth to ANYTHING CPU/Phone with mic (Make calls listen to music) does it all Audio boost the SRS works great.. takes reduced quality MP3's and gives them a lift.. Better sound than any corded device I own. Paired very easily and is of a very solid construction. I have a large head and they fit great and I blast them at work and until I take them off people sitting around me have NO IDEA how loud it really is (Until that soft leather seal aroun...
Pros: Expectations met. You could get better audio quality for the same price with a wired set, but for Bluetooth these are remarkable. Probably the best wireless headphones on the market. These make wired beats studio headphones sound like cheap buds in comparison.
"Grows on you..the more you use, the more you love!"
2 January 2012
Pros: Bluetooth synch (sound/phone), sound quality, battery life, USB charger, light weight, build quality, works without battery if used with audio cable, around ear design will keep ears warm in cold weather!
Cons: Peak Volume level, may become uncomfortable if worn >2 hrs, cheap carrying case
Summary: I've had these for a couple months now, i've used them in the office and for outdoors running. They connect fine to my iphone and macbook pro, but for some reason i can't seem to get them to connect to a windows machine more then once or twice, i've tried multiple dongles from iogear and asus.
Pros: Build Quality, Compact, Great Sound, Lightweight, Noiseguard, Stylish
Cons: 2point5 mm jack, Poor Value, price, Uncomfortable
Summary: I use the product when working with noisy environement. The noise guard does work eliminating low noise frequency (the noise that i've been hearing and trying to eliminate). I'm not very picky in listening to music, so my take on this, noiseguard does work great. I only tried once listening music through bluetooth. Maybe where i used it has so much interference, my experience listening through bluetooth was not as great. It was pretty bad. I will do some more testing.