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GOgroove BlueVIBE DLX Hi-Def Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones - Ultra Premium White
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- GOgroove BlueVIBE DLX offer phenomenal audio playback with any media device equipped with Bluetooth or 3.5mm aux cable. Works with Motorola Droid Turbo , HTC One M9 , Microsoft Lumia 640 and More!
- Featuring onboard playback controls, an integrated microphone and Bluetooth v2.1, the DLX controls audio and supports hands-free calling from up to 30 feet away!
- Boasts an unprecedented 14 hour battery life, a compact, travel-friendly folding design and a rugged EVA carrying case to protect your headphones when not in use.
- TECH SPECS - Power: DC 5.0V-500mA / Folded dimensions: 7 x 4 x 2.25 inches / Expanded dimensions: 7.25 x 7 x 2.25 inches / Weight: 3.8 oz
- Backed by a 3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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I can connect the DLX via Bluetooth to my phone or iPod if I want to go wireless and not have to worry about cords, but if the battery dies or I decide I don’t want to deal with the 10-second hassle of pairing, these headphones also come with a 3.5mm aux cable that I can use to plug them into pretty much anything with a headphone jack. I like having both options available, especially because I don’t have to worry about keeping them charged all the time since I know I can just plug them in and they’ll still work (I find this to be a very simple but fantastic feature, which is why I’m mentioning it twice). For the record though, the battery in the DLX lasts pretty long. I’ve never killed it in one sitting, but I think the battery life is somewhere between 12-15 hours, maybe more if you don’t blast your music.
In addition to the two different connection options, the headphones also come with some built-in controls that you can use while you’re wirelessly connected to your phone, tablet, or mp3 player. Unfortunately, the controls don’t work if you’re using a wired connection (I checked), but that’s only a small drawback for me. The controls are nice because you can pause and skip music tracks, lower or raise the volume, and even answer calls if you’re not within arm’s reach of your phone or iPod.Read more ›
Cons: feel a little light on my head. The volume buttons are too small and hidden.
Definitely would recommend. Buy this headphone. It will not disappoint!
- While not active noise canceling, they do block out pretty a ton of outside noise. They worked great on the plane, which is where I have felt the most amount of frustration with other headsets not being loud enough.
-The blue tooth works great. It is so nice to be free of wires. I can set my phone down or connect via blue tooth to my computer and get everything I need to get done without being tied down.
- The internal battery lasts quite a long time between charges.
- As other reviewers mentioned, this headset also has a jack for a cable which does not require the headset to be charged. This is a great feature for travel, as I am often stuck sitting in one place so use the cable at that point in order to conserve the battery power.
- The case they come in is protective but not humongous, so they fit in the pocket of my back pack.
- On board controls are nice - volume, forward, back, pause and answer phone and hang up.
- People say they hear me well when I have calls, which I was worried about with the mic being farther from my mouth than on wired sets.
One drawback: controls do not work when plugged in, but it is a pretty minor limitation.
*Battery lasts super long! I can talk and talk and talk and also listen wirelessly to music and pod-casts, what seems to be literally all day!
*Great wireless range, says 30 feet but I know it goes father than that...starts to break up (sounds choppy) but I have been up to 50 feet away from my phone and it still works.
*Adjustable to fit various head shapes (ear part slides and stays in place).
*Very Comfortable: Can wear all day.
*Music sounds great!
*Phone sounds good. Slightly muffled (very slight but noticeable when use one right after the other) compared to a Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset.
*Buttons are easy to use.
*Comes with a carry case that holds it and cables.
*Folds up into case, smaller footprint.
*Little light near micro USB showing if charged (red is charging)
*Low noise cancellation, but they do not market them as such. Others will hear the wind when outside.
*Slides off head/ears when you bend over (i.e., to tie your shoe or pick something up).
I really like this headset. The thing I like the best? I can use them basically all day and they are comfortable!
The headphones are collapsible. The packaging is quite premium. It gives you a fell that you just bought something substantial. You will get a micro usb to usb cable, a male-to-male headphone cable, and the headphones of course. The male-to-male headphone cable is there to be used when the batteries of the thing are up. More on that in a second.
It comes in a hard case. Case isn’ the hardest I’ve seen, but it offers some kind of passable protection.
I ordered the black one, it arrived nicely, it looks awesome, and it’s collapsible. What more could I ask for?
Ok, on to the meat an potatoes of the thing. In short: it upper midrange. The sound is engulfing, the bass is not too distracting but lacks a little punch. It does a nice job at blocking outside sound, making it a prime candidate for studying and plane rides. I haven’t tested it yet on the plane, but being somewhat noise cancelling (passive) and wireless that would seem to be its natural habitat. one thing though: your voice does sound different when using it for calling, you will hear it in a lot lower volume than normal because of its noise suppressing properties. I assume that is to be expected.
Connection is solid on my trusty blackberry Z30. It recognises, shows up by name, connects when I tell it to, disconnects when I tell it to. Sound is great as well, I call with it and it great, I listen to music on the device with it and it’s great, I leave my device on the table and walk around while listening to music on it and it’s great. I’d say the range is about 10 meters, in my non scientific trials, so I could be wrong. It kept a connection well beyond what I expected though, don’t know if its entirely my headphones or if it is my phone as well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The headphones are easy to use, block out noise, easily adapt to blue-tooth and, most importantly, have great sound. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Charging port is fragile. The first one snapped off within a week. I figured it was me so I ordered another one... And I've been very careful with it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas L Cairy
My sweet wife got these for me so that it would be quiet for her at night. They are phenomenal. Great lows and highs. They connect to the Bluetooth easy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James Larken Smith
I am in love with this bluetooth headset, I use it everyday! I've had this product for over a year and it's still in great sound quality, plus the bass boost is just amazing as it... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Billy Xiong
I lost this headphone but for the time I had it. It was great. I may order another one.Published 8 months ago by Dean George
Working well, the fit is good on my ears and the sound is great.Published 10 months ago by Petra Wood