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Bluetooth Headphone RecommendationsHeadphones
Posted 07 January 2016 - 09:45 PM
I have a couple of BT buds. From the cheapy MPOW bluetooth magnetic ones, which is cool to pause the track you put the two headsets together. Sound is pretty good as well. My fav bt headphone is actually the Sol Republic Tracks air by Motorola. Paid 80 bux a year ago. Now you can get them on Groupon for 70 bux which is an awesome deal on these. Not only that the battery is like 13 hrs long and pairs with NFC, if you run out of juice, you can plug in the wire into the headset and make them wired over the ears. Sound is nice and not all too bass heavy. Clear enough to not really muddy it up with bass.
Sol Republic Tracks Air on Groupon for 70 bux right now (1/7/16)
Posted 22 February 2016 - 10:56 PM
A big vote for the Plantronic Backbeat SENSE headphones. I didn't want a 100.00 pair of headphones, but I didn't want to to spend 300.00 either. They are light, the signal is strong (I've never been disconnected), the range (30 ft) is phenomenal and the battery life is excellent. I'm not an audiophile, but the sound is loud and clear. Finally, they come in a very nice, compact canvas bag that neatly fits into the pocket of my EDC bag.
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Posted 08 June 2017 - 06:03 AM
I highly recommend the MPOW Cheetahs Bluetooth headphones. I found them on Amazon for like $30, and they are really amazing. I tried Jabra Sport, Bluebuds X, Yurbuds, and other units way over $100, but the Cheetahs fit me better than all of them. Great for working out, great battery life (several hours), lightweight, and at $30, I don't really stress out about losing them or anything. plus they sound great I think.
I also went with those, largely because so many Amazon customers had rated them so highly. Also, because I couldn't afford to spend more than that. I've been using them when I work my Saturday side job, which means 4-5 hours of continuous use. They work pretty well, with my one complaint being that they do get uncomfortable in my ear canal after a few hours. On the plus side, I've never managed to wear out the battery. My phone dies first.
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