GOgroove BlueVIBE DLX Hi-Def Bluetooth Headphones Review

This post is all about gadget envy. I just picked up a pair of bluetooth headphones following a Lifehacker deals post a few days ago. Here's the link to the post. I am by no means an audiophile, however, I was against getting bluetooth headphones for a long while. Recently, it dawned on me that BT headset is the only way to go for me when for the nth time my headphones stopped working in one ear. This deal is great and you may still have time to pick these up. Originally they're $80 and after a $50 off coupon provided at the link, these headphones are a steal for $30. They use the old 2.1 A2DP protocol but so far I haven't had any glaring issues with performance. Off the bat, the fit is very comfortable, something I've had issues with before with over the ear headphones. These do not snug tightly and don't make me feel like my head is in a vice. They come with a nice hard case, included is a 3.5mm cable and use the headphones just like any other wired set or use BT, the set also includes a USB charging cable, which is very convenient to have. I give the manufacturer two thumbs up for making the charger standard and I can charge my phone using the same cable. The headphones fold easily, have accessible buttons for volume, skip, stop, play. What sealed the deal for me was the fact that they also have a built-in mic. I barely every need to take my phone out of the pocket anymore. These headphones do sound a bit low compared to my wired Monoprice set but for the commute, they're better than any in-ear sets I've owned. The over the ear design offers great muffling of the background noise so having lower sound does not impede performance. Again, I am not an audiophile, these are great for podcasts and such, perhaps for classical music, you may need something else. I am very impressed and for $30 they're an incredible find. I forgot to mention that they also look great, they have an "expensive" look to them and they don't feel cheap. I recommend GOgroove BlueVIBE DLX for some casual listening.

until another time...


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