Bluetooth headphones?

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  1. jDMJeRk

    jDMJeRk Turbocharging Specialist

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    I'm looking for a good pair of Bluetooth headphones

    Similar to the Motorola S9...

    Anyone have any experience... suggestions? I dont want to buy more then one pair of these things....

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    Haha, I saw the thread title and thought "moto s9". I use them, they're great. Sorry.
     
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    jDMJeRk Turbocharging Specialist

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    So they worked well?
    Does eBay sell knock off or are they really only 30 or 40 buck?
     
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    I dunno, my wife bought mine for me, she said they were like $45 on amazon.

    I like them a lot. I've ran, sweating a lot, through a light rain, and it worked fine. The phone function is great too, so long as you slow down or stop (wind noise is bad, but that goes for all earpieces I've used). Very sleek and comfortable, and easy to use. It should come with a few different ear bud designs, so you can swap to whatever feels best.

    Just don't squish it in anything, mine got kinda...cracked. They're flexible to adjust to someone with a fat head, but they do NOT like to be flattened.

    I use them with my Moto Q 9m in a Crocs brand Ipod armband. You never have to see or touch the music source, since on the headphones you can adjust volume, go track forward/back, play/pause, or hit the phone button to make or answer calls (assuming you're using a phone that has voice command capabilities).

    They hold a charge for 2 or 3 hours (I've used them on business trips driving all over), and charge in a decent amount of time. The sound quality is good enough, I haven't noticed any major distortion or anything. It actually surprised me how good they sounded the first time I tried it.
     
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    SWEET I'll give them a shot!
    Thanks!:wavey:
     

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