Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Active Headphones (Red,Black) [Retail Packaging]
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- Play time up to 6 hours, talk time up to 7 hours, and Standby time up to 150 hours
- Sweat and water resistant
- Integrated music and call controls in a discreet iconic design
- Supports HS, HF1.5, Bluetooth v2.0, A2DP, and AVRCP Bluetooth profiles
- Compatible with most Bluetooth enabled handsets and audio devices
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 6 x 0.5 in||2.1 x 5.25 x 5.8 in||1.8 x 5.2 x 5.3 in||1.1 x 22.5 x 1.2 in||7.72 x 5.94 x 1.3 in||0.94 x 7.48 x 6.1 in|
|Item Weight||5.12 ounces||—||0.55 lb||0.32 ounces||1.44 ounces||7.2 ounces|
Stay in tune and stay connected with Bluetooth Active Headphones S9. Weighing barely an ounce, this lightweight and discreet headset lets you wirelessly control your music and your calls using the integrated touch controls on the sides of the headband. The behind-the-head wearing style is both comfortable and stylish. So take your music with you and leave the tangle of wires behind with S9, Motorola's newest Bluetooth stereo headphones. Motorola Bluetooth Active Headphones S9 integrate wireless mobile music and calls with an unmatched lightweight design. Behind-the-head wearing style, preferred for top comfort and stability, combines music and call selection from the headphones. The S9 connects to any Bluetooth compatible stereo-enabled music handset or to any iPod (with Bluetooth adapter - sold separately) providing access to the entire music library for a full wireless music experience.
Stay in tune and connected while strolling down the street with the Motorola Motorokr S9 active Bluetooth headphones. Combining ease of use with the latest Bluetooth wireless technology, the phones are ideal for Bluetooth-enabled cell phone owners or for iPod owners with compatible adapters. The S9 phones are distinguished by a behind-the-head design that weighs just over an ounce, providing the ultimate in comfort whether you're working out or riding mass transit. The phones' ultra-compact 0.51-inch ear buds, meanwhile, fit softly in the ear even during extended use--a must for long conversations or listening sessions. And users will love the innovative touch-sensitive controls on the sides of the headband. The touch controls let you easily adjust the volume, skip or repeat tracks, or answer a phone call while on the move.
The stylish S9 wireless headphones fit comfortably behind the ear and weigh just over an once.
The phones are compatible with Bluetooth 2.0-enabled cell phones, iPods with Bluetooth adapters, and select other devices.
Other details include support for up to six hours of music listening or seven hours of talk from a single charge of the 180 mAh lithium-ion battery; a mini USB connector for charging; and a stylish black housing with red highlights. The phones measure 4.9 by 1.8 by 5.1 inches (W x H x D), weigh 1.14 ounces, and are backed by a one-year warranty.
Note: Motorola Bluetooth stereo products (headphones and adapters) are compatible with any brand of Bluetooth-enabled phone or music device that supports Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) and Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) protocols. In order for Bluetooth devices to communicate with one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.hellomoto.com/bluetooth. For other devices, contact the respective manufacturers. Certain Bluetooth features--including those listed--may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
What's in the Box
S9 Bluetooth headphones, USB charger, user's manual.
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Easy to use
Comfortable, doesnt make your ears hurt after
3 hr battery life
Changing songs on Ipod touch doesnt work
A friend of mine recommended these headphones to me about a year or so ago, but since at that time I had an iPhone 3G that didn't allow for bluetooth stereo headphones (without an adapter), I realized he was just ribbing me about how cool his Blackberry Bold was.
Now the iPhone 3G allows for stereo bluetooth connections with their latest 3.0 software update.
I updated my iPhone 3G to the 3.0 software, then went out and bought the iPhone 3GS. So now I have both the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3GS
I will say, I mainly bought these headphones to listen to music, not for the call handling capabilities.
I got the package from Amazon today and promptly started charging the headphones for the 2 hour minimum charge recommended by the instructions.
After the 2 hours was up, I was able to quickly pair the headphones with my iPhone 3GS.
I have a gigantic head, and the headphones fit nicely. I was hoping they wouldn't be loose, but I read a few reviews that said they felt tight. To me, they feel just right.
The sound from the headphone is freakin' amazing. Great bass and treble tones.
As mentioned in the another review, with the iPhone 3GS (and iphone 3G with 3.0 software), the "forward" and "back" skip song buttons don't work from the headset, but I've read that this is something that could be fixed with a future software update.
I played some hard rock songs and hip hop songs and they both sounded great.
One thing I noticed. The picture on Amazon shows a red accent on the headphones, but the ones I received are all black. To me, this was a welcome surprise because the red coloring was one thing I didn't like about the phones.
Overall, I'd definitely recommend these headphones to someone who has an iPhone 3GS or iPhone 3G with the 3.0 software update.
Video portion of this review taken with the iPhone 3GS :)
The headset is comfortable, and the sound is good. From the front and even side the small black earbuds and the black arch over the ears are very nearly invisible. I've asked people on the other end about the sound, and also called my home answering machine to listen to the recording; the microphone seems to work quite well.
This is not a noise canceling or sound isolating headphone, though! I consider it an advantage that I can exchange casual words with someone in the store or gym without having to remove the headset. But if you want to drown everything out with your music, this isn't likely the headset for you.
It charges with a mini-USB connector, which are becoming readily available; so it shouldn't be an issue to find something to recharge in the car, or to have a separate charger for travel. (In fact my Tom Tom Car Kit uses a mini-USB and there should be no reason I couldn't simply plug that into the S9 if I needed to charge it.) I haven't experimented to see how long the charge will hold, but I've used it continuously "all morning" or "all afternoon" without a problem. The brochure says 6 hours stereo listening time; I'm sure I've at least come really close to that without having any issues.
I was looking to get rid of the complexity of wire headphones for exercise (mostly running outdoors) where I try to have the wires hang behind my head so they are not flopping in my face while I am gasping for air and gushing gallons of sweat (sorry to be gross)
On the good side, the headphones are light and are out of the way. Attractive design. Pretty easy to pair up with my Droid which I use for my MP3 player (yes, i know that it is big and heavy ... just makes me stronger)
I found the quality of the sound to be outstanding though I am no audiophile.
One the bad side,
1) Head pressure: the pressure above the ears does take some getting used to and was initally uncomfortable.
2) Answering the phone: I have used a Bluetooth single ear with my phone and consider myself to be capable of using most electronic products. I was able to answer one call while running and was totally excited. After that, it was a complete bungle and eventually gave up trying to answer calls. Maybe I was too tired from running to think ...
3) Holding a charge: did not seem to hold a charge for very long and I had to make sure that I charged after each use so that it would not stop in the middle of a run. I never did see the "low battery" light go on.
4) Finally ... it just stopped working. Not sure if it shorted out from sweat or what but ... it just stopped working
In summary, I really wanted them to work but they didn't and I will be returning them.