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Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth Stereo Headphones - Retail Packaging
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- Wireless Bluetooth stereo headphones for streaming audio from compatible mobile phones and MP3 players
- Hydrophobic mesh, silicone seals and encased speakers provide sweat proof design
- Behind-the-head design eliminates tangles and provides a light, comfortable fit
- Up to 9 hours of talk time, 8 hours of music playback, and up to 240 hours (10 days) of standby time; released in September, 2010
- What's in the Box: Bluetooth headphones, 4 sizes of ear bud cusions, wall charger, operating instructions
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- Size (LWH): 5.25 inches, 2.1 inches, 5.8 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 9 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 240 hours
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The Motorola S10-HD is the only Bluetooth stereo headset that provides high-definition audio in a sweat proof design, so your wireless music stays with you in the gym and on-the-go. An advanced design protects against sweat and moisture, and the completely wireless, behind-the-head design eliminates tangles and provides a light, comfortable fit that's perfect for music on the go.
perfect for your active lifestyle.
components from moisture (see larger image).
components from moisture (see larger image).
Simple controls on the headphones allow you to adjust volume, change tracks, play/pause your music and take calls--music automatically pauses during calls and resumes after the call. High definition audio ensures you'll enjoy your music in rich surround sound. Plus, with up to 8 hours of play time and 9 hours of talk time, the S10-HD will last through all of life's little adventures. It's compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones for taking calls, but it requires a mobile phone or digital audio player with an embedded A2DP Bluetooth profile for stereo music streaming.
Sweat it Out
Optimized for an active lifestyle, the S10-HD uses advanced materials like hydrophobic acoustic mesh in a lightweight, sweat-proof design. The new ear cushion interface protects the speaker from sweat, and silicone seals protect electrical components throughout the headphones. To reduce exposure to moisture, all buttons are co-molded and the micro-USB charging cover is molded to the headphones housing with a waterproof plug. Perfect for your daily workout, outdoor adventure or just when you're out and about, the S10-HD keeps the moisture out and the music flowing.
Let's Get Loud
Never sacrifice audio quality when listening to your tunes on the go. The S10-HD delivers high-definition sound wirelessly right to your ears, for a top-notch listening experience. An advanced acoustic design, digital tuning and enhanced bass deliver rich, clear sound so you can hear your music the way it's meant to be heard.
Hear and Feel the Difference
The S10-HD refines the award-winning design that redefined wireless music. The back housing is redesigned to optimize antenna performance outdoors. An angled wraparound design minimizes the appearance of your headset for a discreet look. Additional ear cushions are included to further optimize your comfort. A secure, comfortable fit will optimize your audio experience. Try the 4 different ear gel sizes that come with the product to find the best fit for you.
You're In Control
Perfectly placed, easy to operate buttons let you play, skip and pause music, adjust volume and answer calls effortlessly. Expecting a call? There's no need to disconnect your headphones--the music will automatically pause when a call comes in, and resume when you hang up.
What's in the Box
Bluetooth stereo headset, charger, multiple ear bud sizes, wall charger, operating instructions.
Size: One Size | Color: Black
Top Customer Reviews
Overall, I love this headset - it does exactly what it's supposed to do and sounds great. Listening to music, talking on the phone, everything is very clear and loud. I would suggest that people do NOT place a review on a product they used once and returned, and that you don't listen to reviews from people who did that. You can't blame the item if the one you bought was broken, either. This is why I read several reviews of different rankings before I decide on an item. I bought these headphones last summer (about 7 months ago) to work out with at the gym. I did not buy them on Amazon as I had a gift card to a competitor - but I have the exact same headset that is pictured here (with the red highlights near the ear buds, I've read that this means they are the "trainer" version, but they're the exact same headset as the ones with the white/grey highlights that are selling now except for the color of course).
Now I'm going to kind of write the rest of this review in reverse - I'm going to write what others are complaining about and make my own comments:
1) Fits Poorly - mine fit great and I do not have a small head. I'm a "big and tall" guy and sure, they may be a LITTLE snug but I like that and need that. If they were much looser I'd be worrying about them falling off - people have to take that into account for a product that has a battery in it and has no cords or anything to keep them on your head other than that snugness.Read more ›
The S9 is made of a harder, less-flexible plastic than the S10. The S9 fits my head fine, but was a bit to big for my wife. The S9 worked for her, but the S10 is far more comfortable. The S10 lays a little more flat when not on your head, so it's easier to carry. The S9 sticks out is such a way that you may worry about throwing them in a backpack. The S10 seems to add some additional features, such as redialing the last dialed number - but neither one of us uses these features, so they don't rank highly in our decision.
Many people rate both headphones as having terrible sound. I disagree and I am a DJ. These are essentially ear-buds with an attached Bluetooth module, people! These are not DJ headphones and they do not have huge sub-woofers! If you can take all of this into account, they sound great. Do they sound as good as a pair of professional Sony DJ headphones which have sub-woofers 7x the size? Of course not!
The S9's controls are slightly easier to feel with your fingertips, but the S10 is fine when you get used to it.
Bottom line: you may want to try them on to see which fits better and which buttons feel better, but ultimately they are very similar. The S10 also has less visible red, where the S9 really stands out with it's red accents. The S10 is lighter and more flexible, which means it's easier to carry. Both also come with different sized ear buds, which is great if one of your ears is shaped differently than the other!
I was indecisive for quite a while on these because of the mixed reviews, but then, the S9-HDs have mixed reviews and I've loved my pair which has been going strong for 2-3 years now. I'm primarily an audiobook listener, but I likes some good music, so I sat down for some serious Green Day, Guns N' Roses and Rush listening to verify or refute the sound quality attacks on the S10s.
Many have said the sound on the S10s is horrible. I read a very lengthy review talking about how important different earpieces and they sound just as good as your S9-HDs with the right piece. In my evaluation, neither is true. I didn't notice huge variation with different earpieces, and eventually went back to the default (which, incidentally, is exactly the same as the S9-HD default) for the best comfort.
When I first turned on the S10s, I thought audiobooks sounded fine and music sounded terrible compared to the prior version. A few volume clicks and many swaps back and forth between headsets later, and I'm not so sure. The sound is different--they don't have the same frequency response. The S9-HDs have a crisper response and seem better at producing discrete tones across time. The S10s sound kind of like someone set the equalizer for Music Hall, but some frequencies actually sound fuller. My roommate said he thought the S9-HDs were all highs and no lows, and the S10s were the opposite, but that's an oversimplification.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
its nice but i think u made the buttons to dark for people to see them right away just because they are i guess rubber or molded in black?
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I ordered the Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth Stereo Headphones to use while working out. I was tired of having to deal with the cord on my old headphones while involved in biking,... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
The quality was great but if you're petite and have a small head and body they don't work for you. I gave them to my daughter.Published 9 days ago by Linda Poulin
I ordered this to replace my old Motorola S-9 Bluetooth headset that I cherished very much. I allowed myself to get sold on the idea that the newer model must be better. Read morePublished 10 days ago by PV
This was the most uncomfortable headset imaginable. This put pressure on the points behind my ears and felt like a torture device after a few minutes use.Published 10 days ago by Taurolyon
I've purchased two of these units to use while running on a treadmill so I can hear the TV. They fit well, stayed on my head and sounded good. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Jesse L.