Motorola S9 – Bluetooth Active Headphones

Motorola S9 – Bluetooth Active Headphones
Motorola announced the S9 - wireless headphones working via Bluetooth A2DP profile to connect with phone or other mobile device supporting the technology. They are designed as stereo headphones targeted to active people who will use them while working out – the light headphones (1 oz) could be much more comfortable than their wired siblings. The manufacturer claims they are water and sweat resistant, which will make sure for their condition. The battery should provide up to 6 hours of continues talk time.



1. snoopo unregistered

I tryed Jabra Bt 620s but they are kinda big Theese headphones are of da hook!!!!! Just waitin till they are awailible............gotta get one of theeese.... =)

2. Michael unregistered

I got these earphones about a month ago from and they are great! They hold a connection well, and the sound quality is amazingly good for a non-wired connection. The only problem that i have with these is that they can sometimes be uncomfortable, and are somewhat hard to put on if you have long hair. overall, I would highly recommend these to anyone that wants to listen to music without the hassle of having cords dangling from your ears.

3. Steve unregistered

Pros - Nice sound quality, great volume options, fit under helmet for motorcycle users, easy to sync with device. Cons - Feel cheap and plastic, some buttons a little difficult to use, a little uncomfortable and needs to be sitting correctly. Basically if you can get a set of these for a good price (eBay) they are worth the dollars and you would be justifiable in using them for music, phone calls, navigation aid etc. I am happy with the quality and I am not normally a huge Motorola supporter, so that should say enough about the product that they have changed my opinion. For a rating of the headset I would give it an 8.5 out of 10. It loses points mainly for the effort required in fitting it properly to wear for long term use.

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