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I had the Jaybird for a few months now, but it wont hold a charge anymore. One day it just stopped. Is there any solutions? Oct 30, 2013
We called the company when this happened and they had us return them and they sent us a brand new pair.
Do these use the standard micro USB charging cable? In other words, can I use the same charging cable I use for my standard cell phone? Oct 7, 2013
No, unfortunately, these headphones use a proprietary abomination of USB. One end of the connector cable is regular USB to plug into your computer or charger, the other end that connects to the headphones is some sort of micro USB-ish connector... but it's not micro USB.
Yes, but the phone must be close to the device. Having it in a cargo pocket is risky.
It is flexible.
Using these for dance: Would these fall out/disconnect to my iPhone 3GS if I used them for dancing? Jul 9, 2012
hi, its been a few months so maybe you already got these or something else? I just tried dancing in these today and they held up ok. The freedom is amazing..but I haven't cut totally loose with these yet. I started but then popped a shoe lace. So, after I get a new lace I will see how far these buds can hang with me & hopefully update this. Thanks. p.s. audio quality and volume are like higher-end buds. Im running these with a Cowon X7. Update: ====== the cord connecting the ear buds is sticky, even on sweaty skin to some extent but enough to throw these when really throttled up. To fix that I clipped the cord to my hair in back. Now I can spin my hair flat and top it, too, without any problem with these buds. I pushed it past where I normally would have lost regular ear buds also, and they work fine. The trick is keeping that cord off your back and getting those ear tips right (those triangle shaped things that fit on the ear buds). Its an awesome device, very well thought out. If I could change anything though I would add a grove on the ear buds so that the ear tips dont slip down the ear stalk. A set of ear buds, regardless of who makes them, lasts me about month, and my record is about 3 months. So, time will tell how sweat proof they really are. Overall, I am extremely happy with these so far, extremely because they weren't just a replacement but so far an improvement. Good luck.