5 common bugs of wireless headsets revealed. Best BT headsets (Stereo and Mono) for phone calls and music revealed.
Los Angeles, CA, USA / ACCESSWIRE / May 30th, 2014 / There are hundreds of headphone sets available in the market. While the Best Bluetooth Headphones are durable and provide uninterrupted, high-quality audio, others are plagued with various bugs. The 5 most common problems reported by wireless headphone users are (i) frequent Bluetooth connection drops, (ii) poor speaker quality, (iii) high background noise due to low-quality microphones, (iv) short battery life, and (v) non-customizable/poor fit. Headsets with these deficiencies must be avoided by all means.
TOP 5 Bluetooth Headset Review published by http://bestheadphonehub.com/ helps consumers weed out low-quality earphones. They review the highest quality and most Budget friendly headphones for single-ear mono headsets as well as over-the-ear stereo headphones and earbuds.
The difference between the 4 types of BT headphones explained.
By definition, a Bluetooth headset is a single-ear mono device that goes in either the left or right ear and communicates with one’s cell phone. However, this term is often used loosely to refer to stereo Bluetooth headphones that go on both ears as well. The first step of anyone looking for a Bluetooth device for their cell phone, MP3 player (e.g. iPod) or tablet computer (e.g. iPad) is to determine the exact type of device they want. The classification on the Headphone Hub clearly shows the 4 types of Bluetooth headsets and headphones including single-ear mono headsets and around-the-ear, over-the-ear, and in-ear stereo headphones. Anyone wanting to purchase a pair of headphones must first go through this classification and decide what he or she exactly needs. Especially, the difference between on-ear and around-the-ear models may seem minor on first glance, however, pretty significant in actuality.
Some of the best Bluetooth headsets listed by the above review include the Bose headset series 2, Plantronics Voyager Legend, Plantronics M165 Marque 2, and Motorola HX550. The best BT earbuds reviewed include LG Tone HBS-700, Jaybird BlueBuds X Sport, Plantronics BackBeat GO 2 and JLab GO Bluetooth earbuds. However, if one wants the highest quality sounds close to audiophile-grade quality, he or she has to buy a pair of around-the-ear (circumaural) headphones such as Bose AE2w Bluetooth Headphones, Sennheiser MM 550-X Noise-Cancellation Headphones, Parrot Zik Noise Cancelling Headphones with Touch Control, Denon AH-D7100 Music Maniac Headphones or Audio-Technica ATH-M50 Professional Studio Monitor Headphones.
In addition to reviewing the best Bluetooth cans, they also review the most popular noise-cancelling headphones. They divide these in to 2 major categories as active noise cancelling and passive noise cancelling headphones with and without Bluetooth and list the best headsets under each sub-category. This classification can be accessed on http://BestHeadphoneHub.com/Best-Noise-Cancelling-Headphones/.
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