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Rocketfish Bluetooth High-Definition Stereo Headphones for Most Bluetooth-Enabled Devices Black RF-MAB2

4.1 out of 5 stars 600 customer reviews
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  • Rocketfish Mobile Bluetooth High-Definition Stereo Headphones with USB charging cable, AC adapter and owner's manual
  • Compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, MP3 players and other audio devices with stereo A2DP Bluetooth profile for wide-ranging
  • Comfortable behind-the-head design with foam ear pads for a comfortable fit
  • 4 high-definition audio settings deliver enhanced audio quality for customizable listening
  • Up to 14 hours of use per charge along with up to 340 hours of standby time for extended use
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Product Description

Jam to your favorite tunes from your Bluetooth-enabled MP3 player, cell phone or other audio device using these behind-the-head Bluetooth headphones that feature 4 high-definition audio settings for stunning audio quality. What's Included Rocketfish Bluetooth High-Definition Stereo Headphones for Most Bluetooth-Enabled Devices USB charging cable AC adapter Owner's manual

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6 x 5.4 x 2.4 inches
Item Weight 1.9 ounces
Shipping Weight 8 ounces
Manufacturer Rocketfish
Item model number MAB2
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4.1 out of 5 stars 600 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,595 in Electronics > Headphones
#23,138 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Player Accessories
#23,769 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater
Date first available at Amazon.com November 1, 2009

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I had to write a review between the Motorola S9 HD Bluetooth Headphones and Best Buy's Rocketfish Bluetooth Stereo Headphones because when I was trying to find reviews, I could not find any that compared the 2 products. I desperately wanted to buy a pair of bluetooth stereo headphones with a gift certificate I won at work. The motorola S9 HD sounds great, but the design is so flawed that I just had to return it. It sounds great (but not as good as Best Buy's signature Rocketfish Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, but I'll get into that later#, but the weight is so disproportionately heavy at the back, that it sags very badly towards the back and it sags so badly that it pulls the part of the headphones that go over the ear down so hard that it actually hurts after about 10 minutes. I really wanted these headphones to work, I really did, but it was such an unbearably flawed design that I had to return them.
Now... after returning this product, I bought Best Buy's Rocketfish Bluetooth Stereo Headphones because of all the positive ratings I read about it on this website and on Best Buy's website. These headphones are absolutely incredible! Let me just say that the fit is just right... they sag a little bit after about 30 minutes of use, but because the weight is distributed more evenly, they're not as uncomfortable. They actually sag less than the wired counterparts of this design made by Sony. This is the best product of this kind out there right now. NOW... about the sound... I thought they sounded JUST AS GOOD as the Motorola S9 HD headphones when I first used them! BUT, then I realized that they had an equilizer setting that the Motorola headphones do not. When I set the equilizer on my preferred setting, the sound quality blew the Motorolas away.
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I did a lot of research before finally selecting and buying these headphones. I wanted a set of headphones to use in the gym and at my desk at work, so that I could play music from my Palm Pre phone. I was pleasantly surprised with these headphones. The sound is quite good - not excellent, but you aren't going to get excellent sound with Bluetooth, at least not comparable to a great set of wired headphones. The headphones have several equalization profiles, and I do not get "ear fatigue" after hours of listening like I do with some headphones.

The headphones have full AVRC controls (play/pause/skip forward/back) on them. This works perfectly with my Palm Pre. I see lots of people complaining that this does not work with their iPhone - this is not the headphones fault, it's because the iPhone does not fully support AVRC. I like it, because I can shove my phone in my pocket, and use the buttons on the headphones to skip and pause tracks as needed.

The headphones have a microphone, and when I am listening to music, and a phone call comes in, it pauses the music and plays a ringing tone. Pressing the power/answer button answers the call, and my callers report the sound is very good. When the call ends (either by pressing the power/answer button again, or when the caller hangs up), the music resumes automatically.

The headphones lock onto my head very well, and stay put without moving while jogging or exercising. They were initially a bit too tight for me, so I put the plastic headband into some boiling water very briefly, until the plastic softened up, and I bent it out a slight bit.

The rechargeable battery lasts basically forever. I can't tell you exactly how long, because I have never run it out before.
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The RF-MAB2 is the third pair of behind-the-neck Bluetooth headphones I've tried so far, and is undoubtedly the best of the three. The others are the Nokia BH-503 and the Motorola S305. Below are my ratings and explanation for why:

Nokia BH-503
Overall these are a great pair of headphones if you want the best sound; bass and treble response was great and very loud. Battery life was great at 10-12 hours. However, the headphones are so large and heavy that I couldn't wear them for more than an hour at a time. They also came with a proprietary charger that broke after a month of normal use (flimsy adapter head). Buttons are hard to push and response is somewhat delayed; turning it on/off is a hassle.

-Battery: 8/10
-Weight: 5/10
-Sound: 9/10
-Comfort: 6/10
-Usability: 7/10

Motorola S305
These headphones are very light and are well reviewed by others, but I could never get them to fit comfortably. Battery life was an issue at 7 hours; I had to recharge at least once during the day. Sound was decent but my bass and treble were washed out. The buttons were hard to push as they sit flush with the headphone case; I had to take them off several times to hit the button I wanted.

-Battery: 5/10
-Weight: 9/10
-Sound: 7/10
-Comfort: 6/10
-Usability: 5/10

Rocketfish RF-MAB2
I can't believe how light and comfortable these headphones are. The speakers are an odd triangle shape, but they sound great. There is a built-in equalizer with 5 settings, including ones for bass boost and noise cancellation. Battery life is up there with the Nokia and it comes with a dual charge cable (Micro USB + AC adapter) which makes it easy to charge in the car or office.
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