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LG Tone Infinim HBS-900 Wireless Stereo Headset, Silver - Retail Packaging
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- Bluetooth Version 3.0. Supported Bluetooth Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP
- Talk Time (Up To): Up to 17 hours.
- Standby Time (Up To): Up to 23 days
- Music Play Time (Up To): Up to 14 hours. Charging Time: Less than 2 hours.
- AptX Compatible. Retractable Earbuds with Wire Management. Jog Button
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|Supported Bluetooth Profiles||A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP|
|Talk Time (Up To)||Up to 17 hours|
|Standby Time (Up To)||Up to 23 days|
|Music Play Time (Up To)||Up to 14 hours|
|Charging Time||Less than 2 hours|
- Size (LWH): 8.4 inches, 7.5 inches, 2 inches
- Weight: 8 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 17 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 23 hours
- Battery Type: Silver-Calcium
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The LG TONE INFINIM stereo headset with Harman Kardon Signature Sound delivers a high-end wireless experience with unrivaled style, near effortless ease of use, and premium audio quality. Box Includes: Tone Infinim (HBS-900) USB Charging Cable (Wall charger not included) Ear Gels (2 Sets) User Manual & Warranty Card Quick Start Guide
Top Customer Reviews
A buddy of mine uses the non retractable verson of this headset all the time, it interested me. I never dish money out like this on something I don't really need, but lately I've been finding myself ordering these kinds of products that I think I don't need and then finding them very useful in daily life, like the ANKER bluetooth speaker that I also wrote a review about.
So far, I really like this piece. I have them on now and I'm listening to Pandora and it sounds better than anything else I've listened to Pandora on, the sound is very crisp, I like them better than the iPhone 5 ear buds. The sound quality seems better and the bass on those seemed to tickle my ears at times which was annoying, not to mention having to remember what the left and right buds look like and their strange alien shape was starting to take a toll on me.
Anyway, I haven't even opened the accessory box yet to see whats in there. I'm working with the factory charge right now, I'll worry about that later.
Updates when I get more familiar with this thing.
It's day two and I'm still on the factory charge. When I power it up it says the power is still on medium, which is somewhat surprising.
Having this headset has proven pretty useful so far. Walking to the car, or during commutes I can just put a plug in, press a button and my music is playing. At work, when I want to unwind, I can use this and put the plugs away somewhat quickly if a client comes in.
Only issue so far, the microphone does tend to pick up outside noise a good bit, so when I use siri through the headset, it picks that sound up at times and messes with my input. My father also complained about my car seat belt notifier beeping during our conversation while I was in my car, it wasn't really that loud either, he just wondered what the sound was.
Day 2 - very happy with this as a purchase.
More updates to come.
Day ? - couldn't be happier with this product, right now I'm rating it 5 starts. This headset is pretty damn useful. I can multi-task like crazy and my favorite part is being able to put an ear bud in at any time and listen to music in the most random situations that you normally don't get to listen to music during. The residual sound when a plug isn't in your ear almost doesn't exist.
No one can hear your conversations, the retractable ear bud feature is too cool, works stunningly. Press the phone button once and you can ask siri anything. Makes finding out what the weather is while doing another task enjoyable because of how easy it is.
I'll continue to update.
Day ? - So I've had this thing long enough, I feel I can give a pretty good review on it.
It's been a while since I've been this happy with a piece of technology. I've researched other peoples reviews on this and I would like to address some of the problems they have.
One guy mentioned that this headset was too cumbersome and weighed too much. I think that's kind of absurd. I forget I have this around my neck on a regular basis. I once got in the hot tub with this thing still on and it got half way submerged before I realized I still had it on and jumped out and dried it off. After getting wet, it still worked fine.
Someone else mentioned that this headset felt breakable, the outer plastic seemed too hard to be bendable. The middle part where the two sides coincide is attached by a thick rubber connection, that bends more than you would ever need it to bend. I don't see how this could cause a break. Someone would really need to try to break this thing.
The sound is great, I'm not sure if I mentioned this already, but during symphony works you can hear people turning the pages of their music and taking the breaths between their long parts, its pretty cool. The sound is so good, it doesn't really give you the impression you are listening to head phones, sometimes it gives me the sensation that the sound is inside my head rather than coming from outside of it, if that makes any sense.
--- Moments I've found this headset very useful ---
1.) During long, quiet, and sometimes awkward lines waiting for stuff, I just pop in a ear bud or two and listen to an audio book, or music. Don't listen to the comedy radio station in public I've learned. Usually people wont notice you listening to anything and all they see is some crazy man laughing to himself.
2.) During car rides. I don't have a AUX input to listen to my phone in my car, so I put on an audio book and crush out some books in my free time. Even if it's just a couple minutes at a time, all you have to do is already have it paused in the background and press the play button whenever you want.
3.) Listening in bed. This one is very nice, you don't have to mess with annoying cables all in your bed or touching your bare skin (which always bothered the hell out of me).
None of these were actually bad enough for me to give it less of a rating, but I will mention them because they could deter you from wanting this unit.
--The input where you plug the charger in is nearly impossible to access without a tool. I have to use a tool to open it up, and the first several times I did this, the tool I used was too sharp and it put scratches all around the cover to this input. It doesn't bother me this much because I don't plan on reselling these, nor do I see the scratches often.
--The ear buds were a tad bit too large for me. There are 3 different sizes to choose from, the ear hole in my ears tends to be smaller than normal so this most likely won't be an issue to any of you. This doesn't bother me too much, the buds slip out from time to time, but they don't hurt and they aren't uncomfortable.
--The retractable ear buds have gotten stuck maybe 5 times so far. Nothing serious, it usually just takes some minor adjustment and they shoot back up there with ease, but I am just waiting for them to break, features like this tend to wear out over time. If any permanent damage does happen to keep it from retracting, I'll update. I'm still surprised at how well this feature works though.
LG has yet to steer me wrong with a product yet,
UPDATE September 2015:
So far I've had these for nearly a year I believe. I use them on a regular basis and I very much enjoy them still.
Some things I'd like to update on.
-The retractable ear buds still work great. They snap back just as good as they did the day I bought this.
-The battery life is still going strong, I might have ran out of power once, and I probably went several days without a charge. The battery lasts forever.
-I've found this is a the safest way to drive and text at the same time, really the only way you should do it. You hold down the call button, ask Siri to read your messages to you, and you can reply with your voice. If Siri gets your words mixed up, which happens sometime, you can re-speak the message and correct the problem without having to take your eyes off the road or hands off the steering wheel. It works great.
-Having this around your neck while you are unwinding at is pretty nice. You can answer your phone without having to get up and go find it. The range on this is surprisingly far. Ever been erally tired and face down in a pillow and then have someone call you? Resting the phone on the side of your face? Not so annoying with these on.
-You can put one or both ear buds in while you also have your Xbox/Playstation/PC headset on. The ones that cover your ears. When you do this, you can listen to your own music while playing your games. The ear buds don't cancel out the headset's sound, it works really well. The coolest part is being able to answer phone calls while playing on your console and being able to talk to the other person without the sound feeding in to your call.
This unit still works great. I only made this update because of something funny that happened yesterday. I couldn't find my phone. It was one of those times where you've looked everywhere twice. I then came up with this idea. I grabbed the headset, asked Siri to set a timer for 5 seconds, and found it when it went off.
I'll probably buy another one if this ever breaks.
A couple weeks later, the left cord would not retract. A call to LG support and I learned that the warranty does not cover physical damage (because I likely did it), and the cord probably doesn't work because I cracked the case. Likely, probably.
The very next day, a crack in the right side.
Now, the right earbud works or not, or it may cut in and out...so it is useless. Now I have two cracks in the case, and only one working ear, and that cord does not retract.
I am not rough on my stuff, and though it is possible I cracked them, it is not likely.
I can live with faulty products, it happens. That is what warranties are for. However, refusing to honor the warranty is not acceptable. I am out $80, and have no working headset and must buy another. Sadly it will not be an LG product. Nor will my LG G2 phone be replaced next month with another LG product. I have been deceived, so will choose another vendor.
Are there any vendors out there with a quality product AND integrity?