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SOL REPUBLIC 1430-00 Tracks Air Wireless On-Ear Headphones, Gunmetal
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- A2 Sound Engines with clear highs and detailed deep bass.Connectivity Technology: Wireless
- Super-Power Wireless - Control Tracks Air from up to 150 feet away
- Interchangeable PowerTrack headbands - Swap the color of your headbands and change your style with ease
- Connect to two devices simultaneously, including your phone, tablet or computer. Seamlessly answer an incoming call while watching a movie on your tablet.
- Built-in microphone for phone calls enables hands-free calling
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|Item Dimensions||2.9 x 9.8 x 7.3 in||2.9 x 9.8 x 7.3 in||2.3 x 9 x 6.7 in||2.3 x 9 x 6.7 in||6.3 x 2.6 x 8 in||2.3 x 9 x 6.7 in|
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Two brands, one commitment - deliver incredible music experiences to everyone. Tracks Air fuses the sound and style of SOL REPUBLIC to the cutting edge technology of Motorola. On the road or roaming the home, Tracks Air delivers wired sound wirelessly, with a range of up to 150 feet. Powered by wireless A2 Sound Engines, Tracks Air provides powerful sound with clear highs and detailed deep bass. Like all SOL REPUBLIC Tracks headphones, Tracks Air features interchangeable PowerTrack headbands so you can swap the color of your headbands with ease. Incoming call? Take it on Tracks Air. Seamlessly switch from playing your tunes to talking to your friends with our crystal-clear noise reduction dual microphones. You'll be listening to your music or taking calls in seconds with EasyPair Bluetooth and NFC compatibility. Get 15 hours of playtime!
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The only way to hear HQ audio is to enable the Stereo device as a playback device, and the only way to use the microphone is to set the device as "hands free", where sound is extremely crushed and low quality. I cannot find a way to enable Stereo Playback and Hands Free Recording (as a microphone)
Sound is good, and multipoint / the vocal feedback is pretty innovative
The quietest setting isn't quiet enough, and I've spent too much time trying to figure out basic s**t like "enable multipoint" which isn't actually in the manual (had to read Amazon answers)
Good idea, but only 7.5/10 execution in my opinion. It could be an issue with Windows in general, but it doesn't seem like there is support from Sol Republics side.
I saw some people had problems with one side not working. I only had the problem if I bumped the speakers. To which I bumped it again and it worked. I haven't had any problems with it recently. It did it more when I first got them.
I do have a BIG problem with using the mic though. My brother does not. So I don't know if its the phone or headphones. I have an iPhone and he has an Android. When I try using the wireless mic it sounds like I'm under water at the end of a tunnel. When he uses the mic, you can hear him. Also it has some connection problems with the computer while using Bluetooth.
The other problem is the headphone jack. I have a mophie case on my phone so to the plug for the headphones is a little longer. It wont fit because it is in a L shape. So if I need to use the jack, I have to take off the case.
My pair had some defect wherein the right speaker (which is the control/batter/Bluetooth side) was fine but the left speaker did not connect to the band effectively and would go in and out depending on pressure or position on the band. After a relatively simple conversation via email with Sol Republics support I was able to verify the purchase via Amazon records and was shipped a new pair that work 100%. I did not have to send back the old pair but shortly the left speaker failed completely.
With the simple support conversation I am very happy with the fully functional product as it surpasses all my expectations for a Bluetooth headset.
Right after the fourth year the headphone jacks went out. I was surprised they lasted this long because I have a notorious record with cords. Then about a month later the bluetooth stopped working in one ear and then stopped working together.
That says something about the build quality to me.
I bought some Harmon-Karmon bluetooth headphones because they matched my phone and had good reviews, but ultimately I was severely disappointed when the paperclip holding the speaker to the band was broken, reducing me to "engineer" a design to put it back together with a twist tie. Even then it still was uncomfortable. I eventually said screw it, I wasted about $150 and went and bought this again.
When I received them it was deja vu, just black which looks crisp.These actually feel as if they were made better than the white one I had.
As far as sound goes, I am no expert, but I have a general sense of what is good and bad. These headphones sounded on par with the harmons but with more bass (which to me is a plus, but to others maybe not). They are also half the price, although when I originally got them as a gift I think they were about $200.
Bluetooth works exactly as expected, although right after it connects it chops up the sound, but it does not persist and the Harmons (which are newer) had the same problem. After that it is only slightly worse than the cord, which is a real nitpick because I had to really pay attention; but what do you expect? Wireless is not at the point yet that it compares with corded.
All the buttons work with bluetooth, allowing you to play, pause, skip, previous song.
Calls leave something to be desired, but that is not what I bought them for and I was somewhat expecting that from the beginning. It is sometimes hard to hear on the other side, especially outside with other noise. But if you are using these regularly for calls then I have no idea what to say for you other than get an actual earpiece.
The cord button works on android to skip/play song depending on the amount of presses but that is it. I do not know about calls.
In summary, these are my favorite pair of headphones, and I say if you are looking for a good quality set of bluetooth headphones and don't want to break the bank, look no further.