Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone – Supports Wireless Music Streaming and Hands-Free calling
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The Kinivo BTH220 Stereo Headset delivers style, performance, and remarkable sound with most stereo-capable Bluetooth devices. This lightweight headset lets you make Hands-Free Calls and Wirelessly Listen to Music so you'll stay tuned-in!
BTH220 allows you to adjust volume, accept calls, and switch music tracks right from the headphones. A large call button on the side of the right speaker makes it simple to accept and make calls. By tapping on either side of this button, you can also change music tracks and adjust volume.
- Portability:Lighweight (71g), foldable design provides maximum portability & convenient storage
- Rechargeable: Integrated rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 8 hours of uninterrupted talk/ music time or 150 hours in the stand-by mode
- Hands-Free calling: BTH220 has an inbuilt Microphone. Music will automatically pause when you receive an incoming call
- Built for Maximum Comfort:Behind-the-head wearing style.Curved design and over-the-ear headphones are cushioned to provide ample comfort
- iPad3, iPad2, iPad
- iPhone 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G, Ipod Touch 4G, 3G
- Android smartphones - HTC, All Droids, Samsung
- Blackberry smartphones
- PS3 (Supports only chat audio)
What's in the Box
- Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone
- User Manual
- USB Charging Cable
- Carrying Pouch
BTH220 is backed by 1 year warranty. Please contact us via email if you have any questions.
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Range: One of the most important things to me was reception. I didn't want something that would break up or act crazy if I was using this thing and put my phone in my pocket or otherwise. This guy is a beast at range. I am currently streaming Pandora on my PC, and to test the range I walked outside my second floor apartment, and went down to my truck in the parking lot (easily 60 feet away). I expected it to break up about half way, but it stayed crystal till I reached my vehicle. 60 ft. meets my needs fine.
Bluetooth Pairing: It is cake. I don't know what else to say. If you can figure out how to order this headset online, you can figure out how to pair it. So far I've only paired it with my Droid phone, and PC (Windows 7), but it pairs like anything else. There is a multifunction button that you hold down while the host device is searching, and Bam, it pairs. One thing to note is that it will only pair with one device at a time, but really? Big deal.
Volume and Sound Quality: I had to put this in the Pros category. This set gets as loud as I would want 90% of the time. Matter of fact, I've had to turn it down a few times. One thing that helps it out is the fact that it blocks out quite a bit of outside noise... I mean really. Now for actual sound quality. The quality I have found has been at the least pleasing. Don't expect these guys to sound like a $300 cord headset because they don't, but if your just a regular person that wants to jam while they work out, these are more than enough. I was gonna make a separate category for call quality but I'll mention it here. During calls I was afraid that either I wouldn't be able to hear, or the other person wouldn't be able to hear me. Nope, phone calls are actually quite good. During my first call, I asked the other person, "Can you hear me ok?," they replied "Yes Sir, I can hear you perfectly." Nuff said.
Comfort: This set is comfortable enough. To be honest I feel like I could likely wear them all day and feel no discomfort. The portion that goes around the back of your neck will grab a high collar jacket and such, but its no big deal. While laying down to bench press or crunch, it is no issue whatsoever. There is really no pinching, or discomfort otherwise, so yeah, good. Oh yeah, on a side note, I generally run quite a ways after my workout and I cant imagine sweat ever being an issue with these.
Now the Bad:
Appearance: I will not lie. These things protrude quite a ways from the sides of your ears. I mean yeah, a ways. If you are looking for a set that will make you look supercool, these won't. Personally, I don't care what I look like while 'getting my swole on' so whatever.
A Strange Rattle: I was running the other day and noticed between songs a strange rattle sound (only audible between songs). I couldn't wait till the run was over to investigate. After I had finished running I found that the rattle was from the Navigation controls that have Skip, Volume, etc. Honestly now that I know where the rattle comes from, I don't much mind it. It is only noticeable while between music selections so... whatever.
Summary: If you are looking for a Bluetooth headset that will deliver the goods without breaking the bank, I would start here. Thanks for reading.
I like the quality of sound that they produce, especially after using a cheap pair of wired ear phones. I use them mostly to listen to music at work so that I can get up and move around when I need to. They work well for phone calls too.
I can't seem to remember which switch does what so I have to take them off to look when I am trying to adjust volume or going forward or back. When I just experiment by touch, I get frustrated.
Updated: Seller sent replacement headphones after seeing my initial review. Working great so far! I will update my review if these fail me also but so far so good. Really appreciated the customer service they provided.
Now they do see a lot of wear, so the chrome paint on the buttons is wearing off on mine. Totally expected with the way I have abused these, and I will not ding the product for this because it is expected with cheap chrome-painted plastic.
Excellent value for the price, especially for those of us who greatly dislike bluetooth earbuds. I will purchase a second pair when these reach end of life.
Cons: Basically the problem is the way the band is constructed. It's very thick and bulky, and there isn't a lot of space in between the band and the headphone for your ear to fit. There's not enough space in between my head and my ear for as wide as the band is either. I have an orbital cartilage piercing (for 16 years now), and it sat very painfully on the piercing on the back of my ear. Plus the top of my ears felt weighed down, and even though it was secure, it felt like my ears were going to bend all the way at the top and the heavy earphones were going to slip off. I have to keep adjusting them to keep the center of the sound over my ear canal, because they want to settle further down. They aren't contoured for ear shapes at all really.
I also like to wear only one earphone as I'm working in the house so I can listen for my kids, or when at my desk at work when I'm talking on a headset, and this band is stiff and only bends in a couple places. It's not really practical or comfortable to wear only one, and I would prefer a flexible band that I can tuck into my shirt or somewhere when not being used. I'm having to send it back due to the discomfort and ear pain. Time to try my headphone quest again...