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Francois et Mimi LD-9210 Bluetooth Over-ear Hi-Fi Stereo Headphone for Wireless Music Streaming and Hands-free Calling

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  • Works with most Bluetooh-enabled music players and mobile phones
  • Hands-free calling
  • Remote controls for playback directly on headphone
  • Adjustable Headband
  • High performance drivers (57mm), frequency range 20-20,000 Hz

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B00EVYGGY0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #379,286 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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The device shows up as "LD-9210" on your computer/phone, and pairing did not require a passcode.
William Grose
Also, they use the cheap "pleather" instead of leather, which feels like putting a pair of ear muffs over my head after just a few minutes (gets HOT).
Amazon Customer
Moreover, the sound quality is not that good, it is lacking basses and does not provide a very well rounded sound.
A. Tegtmeier

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on October 2, 2013
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IN THE BOX:
You get the LD-9210 headset, a USB charging cable, and a USB wall adapter that's rated at 5V 500mA (+-30mA). There's also a small booklet that offers instructions in English only.

BUILD QUALITY:
The headset looks decent, but feels very cheap. The earpieces swivel and pivot around without any resistance, and the plastic feels like the kind that you could break very easily. For the price though, I don't think it's that bad.

SOUND QUALITY:
The sound quality is actually pretty good, and the bass is very impressive from a pair of wireless, inexpensive headphones. However, my pair hisses and buzzes whenever the Bluetooth connection is active, with the noise being more noticeable on the right side. This hissing and buzzing becomes a lot less noticeable once I start playing music, but it's definitely disappointing. What's worse is that I'm not playing music and my phone is asleep, there will be no buzzing, but if someone texts me, my phone will wake up, and the buzzing comes back.

CALL QUALITY:
There's no microphone arm on this headset, but it does indeed have a built-in mic. The quality is passable, but I wouldn't recommend this as a dedicated headset for making calls. The microphone picks up a bit of ambient sound, and the recordings that I made on my phone sounded a little distant, like I was on speakerphone.

COMFORT:
The comfort is ok. Make sure you rotate the pads to fit your ears. My ears aren't very sensitive so most headphones feel comfortable for me, and these seem fine.

USAGE:
I was able to get the LD-9210s to pair with my iPhone 5 pretty quickly. There's a multi-function button on the right earpiece that acts as the power button and the pairing button depending on how long you hold it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JMM TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 1, 2013
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I have owned a lot of headphones over the years, and this is perhaps the most uncomfortable pair I have ever owned. The build quality seems nice; the unit looks and feel durable. But unfortunately the ear cushions are quite hard and not nearly big enough. I have normal-sized ears, and most over-ear headphones fit just fine - but not these. You really need to have small ears in order for these to fit comfortably.

The other issue I have with these headphones is that the bluetooth connection is quite unreliable. Many bluetooth headphones also have a 3.5mm output, so that if you wanted to you could attach it to a device via an audio cable. Not these headphones... which means that if the wireless connection fails you're out of luck. And indeed, I had trouble getting this headset to pair with either my iPad or my iPhone. I finally got it paired with my phone after a lot of trial and error, but the connection was certainly not ideal.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Ott VINE VOICE on September 26, 2013
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Let me preface this review by saying I have never used Bluetooth headphones before. The best comparison I have is my Logitech Bluetooth Speaker, which works great, and my professional Sony MDR7506 Headphones.

THE PROS

Lightweight, even with rechargeable batteries built into the headphones.

Headphones expand to fit over big heads or even hats, can be rotated 180 degrees on either side so they can be shared by lovers... music lovers.

Low price. For working headphones of any kind, much less ones equipped with Bluetooth.

Cordless. It is great to be able to walk around, dance, have people walk between me and the computer or phone or iPad or whatever.

Fast charging. With a standard USB cable.

THE CONS

Sound quality. I hear a distinct buzz or hiss when playing through these headphones that I do not hear when I test the same songs and podcasts on my various other headphones. Compared to my Sonys, the dynamic range sounds pretty thin on the high and low ends.

Connection. Signal gets lost as soon as I go into another room in my small apartment. By comparison, my Bluetooth portable speaker can be used through the building and across the street.

The multi-function button. Press it for six seconds to go into pairing mode. I found pairing took more tries and was trickier than with my portable speaker. At one point I switched the pairing over to the speaker (for driving). Randomly after a few minutes, the headphones "stole" the pairing back.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Yahtzee! VINE VOICE on September 26, 2013
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They are lightweight and comfortable, easy to find the buttons on the side without looking (this was something I was worried about)
The headphones are solidly built and seem very sturdy, though, I'm not very rough on my tech stuff...it does seem as though they would last a long time even if someone were rougher than me.

I had some initial difficulty getting it to sync up with my bluetooth devices, but once I got that worked out the sound was very nice--good highs and nice lows.
A solid investment--I love them!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wayne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 21, 2013
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At the time I ordered these, they were listed at a selling price of about $50, with a list of about $150. If these worked better, I'd say they might be worth $50 at most.

These headphones aren't exactly comfortable. They aren't as adjustable as many others, are a bit bulky, and won't work well if you wear glasses. They also don't look quite like the picture. The pair I got was black overall, and not as impressive as in the picture.

I tried these with two sources. The instructions say that they could be paired with two sources, and I had no problems pairing it with a phone just fine after already having paired it with a computer.

With the phone, I had an oscillating background noise that cut in and out. It seemed to be gone when I listened to music, meaning either it dropped out or was merely too low to be audible. Since it seemed to have been switching on and off, I think the noise might not have been there. The sound with music was not of the quality of high end headphones, but was reasonable for something in the $50 range. I then tried to use the headset to make a phone call. Again things sounded fine, but the person at the other end said I sounded echoey. Considering that I didn't hear my voice at all through the earpieces, it couldn't have been a feedback problem. I was calling my car, which somebody else was using, so I know it's a "device" that doesn't normally echo.

When I tried it with my PC, it was another story. There was no background noise, and the headphones were perfectly quiet. When I say quiet, I mean quiet. I didn't hear noise, or any sound from the computer whatsoever. The computer said it was paired to the device, and I had the sound going to the Bluetooth output for all sources.
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