Bluetooth Headphones

Discussion in 'iPod' started by treyb, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. treyb macrumors member

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    When the new nano was released in one of the threads I saw someone post a picture of his in ear bluetooth headphones that were pretty much just the earbuds a cord to connect the two and what appeared to be a microphone for calls and a remote.

    I'd really like to find that specific pair or something similar to it. Sorry I don't have anymore information. I tried searching for the thread i saw it in several different days but have yet to find it.

    Thanks for any information or help :)
     
  2. mjones185 macrumors regular

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  3. treyb thread starter macrumors member

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    Thank you very much for finding that for me. I don't know why I was able to find it, I swear I looked through that thread, but there were a lot and im an idiot. But Thanks!

    Its kinda sad the reviews for that one. I'd really like a pair of headphones like this but it needs to still be good and it didn't seem like this one was a great option.

    I have Motorola s805 convertible headphones that I enjoy but i got them for sports that have a helmet so they're probably a little too large for you.
     
  4. roland.g macrumors 603

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    They aren't buds but apparently the JayBird Sportband is getting good reviews and they are coming out with buds similar to what you were looking at in a few months called BlueBuds. If you are a USAT member you can even get them prerelease.
     
  5. Mr. Chewbacca macrumors 6502a

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    THe plantronics backbeat 903 is awesome for the iphone. I can leave it on a table and go all over the entire gym with out a problem, the batt doesnt last as long but thats bc it doesnt have that heavy bar in the back smacking your neck... the perfect workout bluetooth stereo headset

    The next model up (i think its 906?) is the exact same thing but it comes with t bluetooth adapter to plug into non bluetooth enabled ipods.
     
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  7. hardsc02 macrumors member

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    I just bought the Sony Ericcson set and they SUCK! They don't stay in my ear at all. I tried all three sizes of earbuds that they come with and none of them fit right. What a waste of money. It was between those and the JayBird and I wish I would have gone with JayBird.
     
  8. Wheeler macrumors member

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    I've been pleasantly surprised by the Motorola S-9's. They sound great, fit well and stay on perfectly while working out and even golfing. Great battery life too. They just came out with the S-10's that are more sweat-proof. Only negative is tough to wear lying in bed cause they go behind your head.
     
  9. hardsc02 macrumors member

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    Yeah the large band behind the head was the turn off for me on those Motorola's. I've read that this is definately a problem when doing press in the weight room.
     
  10. treyb thread starter macrumors member

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    my s9's that are a few years old dont hold a charge worth anything. I pulled them out and flew with them to chicago and then on to boston. They didn't even make it all the way through the first flight. The nano with the bluetooth adapter had slightly more charge than the s9s. I wish they were longer. I'm still searching for a great pair like the ericssons, but i want it to really work.
     

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