GOgroove AudioACTIVE Wireless Hands-Free Bluetooth Sports Stereo Earbud Headset For Motorola / Samsung / LG / iPhone / HTC and More A2DP Enabled Smartphones
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- Durable Ergonomic Sports Design Lets YOU Enjoy Your Music While Being Active
- Built-in Rechargeable Battery for up to 7 Hours of Wireless Music on ONE Charge, Charges Via AC adapter or USB cable(included)
- Ambient Noise Isolation for Clear, Uninterrupted Audio- Works with Pandora and other music sites
- Has built in Hands-FREE calling and Microphone - Equipped with Bluetooth v2.1
- Includes 3 Sizes of Comfortable Silicon Ear Gels and Charging Cable- **Quality guranteed 3 year warranty**
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The AudioActive BluetoothHeadset is extremely lightweight and has a fitted neck band so you can experience wireless audio freedom while at the gym, running or during other sports activities. The silicone earbud design remains comfortably fitted to your ears and features separate silicone earpieces for a customized fit.
Featuring Bluetooth V2.1 Technology, the AudioACTIVE Sports Headset allows you to wirelessly stream your favorite music for a clear uninterrupted audio experience. Simply sync the AudioACTIVE to your bluetooth device and the automatic pairing function will remember your device if used again. It can stream audio directly from any playlist, Pandora, Youtube, Spotify , eBooks , Broadcasts and other audio applications.
With Built in Remote Controls, you can play, pause, fast forward, rewind and control the volume of your music directly from the headset . An enhanced voice detection microphone allows Handsfree calls, which can be answered or rejected at the push of a button. If a call is accepted while in use, the audio will fade out and resume once the call is over.
Motorola Droid RAZR , RAZR MAXX , Bionic , 4 , 3 , 2 , X2 , X , Pro / Atrix , 2 / Photon Defy / CLIQ2
HTC One S , X / Rezound 4G / Droid Incredible , 2 / Inspire / Freestyle / EVO 4G , 3D , Shift , Design / Sensation / Thunderbolt / Rhyme / Vivid / Amaze / Vigor Radar
Samsung Galaxy Nexus , S II , Beam , Ace , Y / Galaxy Note / Skyrocket / Brightside / Blaze / Stratosphere / Epic , Touch / Droid Charge / Infuse / Fascinate / Nesux S / Intercept / Conquer
Apple iPhone 4S / 4 / 3GS / 3G
Nokia Lumia 900 4G , 800 / 808 PureView
LG Lucid , Optimus , Spectrum , Connect , Viper
Top Customer Reviews
By no means is this "The best System money can buy." If you are looking for Stereo sound and all the trimmings then this is not for you. This is for those people who want an affordable set of earphones for going to a gym and working out or going for a run, who may need to be ready for a phone call at any time. My job requires me to be avaialable most of my day so I do not have the luxury of being able to go to a gym or go for a run without some way to contact me in an emergency. These do the trick while still being affordable enough that if you accidently break them, you can replace them without breaking the bank.
The sound is good, not great, but it is good. It is also very light; the device sits on the ears but is light enough that I don't get that soreness that is sometimes a result of hanging these type of devices from your ears. It hooked up with my Android phone in seconds and I have had no "loss" of that sync.
I work out 5-6 times a week for 45-60 minutes. When I go to the gym, I go to get a good workout, therefore I sweat a lot and because of the placement of the controls and the way the earbuds sit, I have not had a problem with this device getting wet and malfunctioning (My last set took two weeks to begin malfunctioning). Since I only use the headphones during gym time, the battery life seems to go a lot longer than the 7 hours it promises to go.Read more ›
sound (6/10) : it's not the best. but then again, i wasn't expecting hifi on cordless headset. definitely not for audiophiles. having said that, it's not that bad for the rest of us.
it's quite usable for phone conversations as well. microphone picks up sounds quite well... i am told.
comfort (8/10) : out of the box, it's pretty stiff. if you wear glasses, it's a bit uncomfortable. but that's given with any behind the ear device.
once you break it in a bit, you don't notice it too much. as for running, it stays in place and does not bounce.
bluetooth performance is somewhat lacking in strength in signal. i'm not sure what class bluetooth device this is, but i'd be surprised if it's rated at class 2. it's really limted to perhaps 3-4 feet. sometimes when i'm running, the sound drops for a split second here and there. also, when connected to my desktop computer in front of my treadmill, at about 4 feet out, i experience 1-2 second delay in audio.
i purchased this for my runs and it serves that purpose very well... and also at this price range, you really can't go wrong.
Only negative is the USB Cord. It is not a standard Micro or Mini plug, which means that you have to carry this charger in addition to my phone charger.
Device works great on HTC Evo 4G
Today I tried them again at a different location. Playback was hugely improved but still subject to stop/start as I neared powerlines.
- Cheap price.
- No wires.
- Earpieces need to be constantly pushed back into place. Seems to be tension on the unit that naturally causes that. A headband might help.
- Playback isn't perfect. Expect to have music interrupted a few times per song.
- Charging cable is non-standard.
- Headset feels odd. Maybe it's the shape of my head/ears but I really do prefer the feel of my old sport headphones better.
Overall impression (from a music playback perspective) is "meh".... I'll use them until they break but won't run out to replace them.
Update: On 06/01/2012 it died. Lasted 6 months...
This item sync'd quickly and played back well with my iPhone 3GS, iPod touch, and my friend's iPhone 3G.
The sound quality is decent, but is helped out a little bit by the effective noise sealing of the earphones themselves.
The device is much lighter than I expected it to be, and the weight is not something I notice at all during use. The design is not uncomfortable to me, but I wouldn't describe it as comfortable either. Behind the neck headbands tend to have issues when performing exercises while laying on your back. The whole unit is very stiff to put on and take off, and I'm hoping it loosens up a bit with use.
Bluetooth range is more than I need. I sat my iPod down and walked about 18 feet away while listening to music with no issues. For the gym or running it is more than adequate.
Control interface is simple: one volume +, power, volume - rocker, and another for rw, pause, ff. Pressing the center position of each rocker switch is a challenge given their size and the fact that you might be running while trying to do it, but it hasn't limited me in any way. Push power to turn the unit on, hold it down to put it into sync mode, select it on your device, and it's ready to go!
I haven't hit the end of battery life while using yet.
All in all, a very decent product for a very low price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
worked for about a month, then started getting staticy even if fully charged.Published 5 months ago by Paula
They become uncomfortable after wearing for an extended period of time.Published 8 months ago by Rhodes
Work for two days. They don't fit adults with big heads. They are better for little kids. Grey shipper.Published 10 months ago by Neal Ezzell
I've been looking for these headphones every where and only amazon has them. Someone stole them from my gym bag, I would love to have them again. Read morePublished 12 months ago by queenthomas 2012