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The device shows up as "LD-9210" on your computer/phone, and pairing did not require a passcode.
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).
Moreover, the sound quality is not that good, it is lacking basses and does not provide a very well rounded sound.
Very comfortable headphones. Sound is clear and paired easily with laptop.Published 12 minutes ago by DallasNative
This devise is not compatible with win 7.0 or win 8.1 drivers. The unit connects fine but no sound even you try to make the device as a default. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pal Sandhu
These have great sound quality, and I had no issue connecting the Bluetooth to my iPhone 4S. They have amazing range, too. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
At nearly $100 in price, I expected to get a really great pair of wireless headphones. The Francois et Mimi LD-9210 Bluetooth Over-ear Hi-Fi Stereo Headphones have been really... Read morePublished 5 months ago by JP
Quality: Just ok – I was expecting better materials and it feels cheap and too basic. The earpieces pivot around without resistance, and the plastic feels like the kind that you... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Passionate Reader
I chose to give this product a two-star rating because I felt that the headphones were far too bulky and felt too plastic-y or cheap. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ignacio Blade
Having received this through the Vine program, I'm not sure what the street price of these headphones are. I would have to imagine they would be under $50. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A Book a Day
Phenomenal product for the price. For the money you can't beat this product. I was expecting much less performance for the price.Published 7 months ago by Richard B.
Startlingly good audio quality for such a cheap set of headphones. Good range, good battery life, what's not to like?Published 8 months ago by David Perry