Nokia BH-601 Stereo Bluetooth Headset Review
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The earphones are put relatively easy: you can have problems if you have long hair and want it to remain above them, and not held tight below, but this is also not a mission impossible. You must put them to lie right on your cochlea, and the headband to stand freely behind your neck. As the earphones are a little bit hard and stiff, if you put them on and take them off often, you will see that this is done more slowly and a little bit harder than it should be done. Unfortunately, the earphones are not the most convenient that we can imagine, even on the contrary: in 25-30 minutes use they start to hurt you. With us the most unpleasant effect had the bending at the beginning of the headband, which goes over/above your ear and the fact that the earphones themselves tighten up the ears to the head. If you use them for a longer period of time, it will be necessary for you to take them off, in order to give a rest to your head and ears.
It would not be bad, if the producer has used softer and more flexible headband, which is not so tight, and a covered with rubber part around the ears would be a pleasing complement.
The stereo of Nokia has its advantages and disadvantages in balance. It is a matter of taste whether you will like them as a design but they are quite neutral and suitable for any style, and the lack of bright lights makes them unobtrusive. They are not convenient for carrying because of the fact that they are very tight and chafe the ears, as well as the head. The sound for the music is mediocre, and it is weak for conversation. Combined with the inconvenient functionality, this is not the best choice for mobile music.
- Neutral design
- High level of sound
- Solid bass
- Unwieldy upon longer carrying
- Weak sound during conversation
- Unsatisfactory presentation in the sphere of the medium and high frequencies
- Unhandy control of functionality
Nokia BH-601 Stereo Bluetooth Headset Review - Comfort and Conclusion