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Updated: Sep 4, 2015 09:54
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Philips SHM7405

Bought these for my son to play his games without annoying us - used daily and no problems - he loves the comfort and quality of sound he gets from these very reasonably priced headphones.

1 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

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Plantronics .Audio 70

I purchased this for $6 or $7 if I recall correctly. At that price, it was well worth it and hence the 3/5 rating. This review is very late but I would definitely recommend for anyone looking to get a budget headset. The non-usb form factor makes it a...

80 user reviews

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Sennheiser MM 30

It's nearly impossible to find a wired behind-the-neck stereo headset that is compatible with the iPhone/iPod Touch, as most cell phone headsets have a 2.5mm jack, while the iPhone/iPod Touch has a 3.5mm jack. Plus all the wired iPhone/iPod...

26 user reviews

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TRITTON TRI-GA600 Audio Xtreme 360

The Tritton Technologies AX360 is the latest in gaming headphones. Now these headphones do more than just provide better sounding games, it immerses you in your games like you have never felt before. I consider myself a pretty hardcore gamer and Im...

3 expert reviews | 399 user reviews

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Philips SHB6100

When using the headphone with my laptop I was able to use the buttons on the headphones to skip between tracks, play and pause etc. but this was not something that I was able to do when using the headphones with my Windows Mobile device

1 expert reviews | 82 user reviews

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Gembird AP-5.1

Volume control is very insensitive. As others have mentioned, 1% is sometimes too loud so you have to use the application's volume control instead. The underlying hardware is C-Media CM108, and I've upgraded the Win 7 driver to the latest I could find:...

2 expert reviews | 57 user reviews

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Labtec Stereo 342

For the money, works well with no problems. I have used these for years with no complaints. For the money, does the job with no complaints.

121 user reviews

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BlueAnt InterPhone Bluetooth Helmet Kit (Black)

This item is exactly what it means: a reliable helmet interphone. I use this device since two years an it is working great. The sound is loud and clear even over 120 km/h. Fully charged provide a valid link at ~ 200 - 250 m, after 6-7 hours the...

53 user reviews

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M214i 3-in-1 VolP Headset

This is the best reasonably-priced headset I found - and I tried quite a few. The sound quality is great and the headset is light on my head. I can wear it for hours and it is not uncomfortable. The mono ear pad is thick and comfortable. Callers can...

35 user reviews

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Samsung E570

i love it it is amazing lots of girly features but it is more red than pink i find it harder to use than nokia's but i love it to death

2 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

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Tritton TRI-UA512

We (Modders-Inc) had the pleasure of meeting up with a couple of Tritton's representatives at this years QuakeCon event. We had the chance to take a quick listen to their two demo models (TRI-UA512 & TRI-GA600) as well as discuss their features. We...

1 expert reviews | 74 user reviews

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Spracht AURA Mobile BT MCP-2014

So, what kind of "particular feeling or atmosphere" does the Aura project? The word that keeps coming to mind is quality. When you hold and use this device you feel like you are using a high-quality product. Spracht thought through a lot of little...

2 expert reviews | 60 user reviews

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Metrokane 6-Piece Deluxe Wine Tool Kit

functional standard set of components suitable for light home use, plastic parts may fatigue if used in a more demanding situation

11 user reviews

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Samsung WEP200

Just the best bluetooth i ever bought, small, noise reduction, and you put it on and you even forget that you have in your ear. Good product..

1 expert reviews | 875 user reviews

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Joby Zivio BOOM

The Joby Zivio Boom is an attractive and comfortable headset that's also easy to use.

3 expert reviews | 41 user reviews

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LG HBM-760

For $60, basic means basic. The HBM-760 comes with a charger and a manual--and that's it. So if you're looking for an elementary and affordable headset--perhaps one you'll use only infrequently--the HBM-760 might just be the ticket

1 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

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Saitek GH50 Surround Sound Headset

The Saitek GH50 Surround Sound Headset is incredibly light and well built. While it may sound ordinary without the use of the SRS unit, as soon as it is turned on, you may never want to use a normal headset for gaming again. If you are not into the...

2 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

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Sony Ericsson Bluetooth HBH-PV705

This is a balanced headset but, unfortunately, with a far too retro look – despite the exchangeable covers we do not approve of its resemblance to manufacturer's models of years ago. The lack of DSP is a problem in windy environments for a headset that...

5 expert reviews | 99 user reviews

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Plantronics Explorer 232 Bluetooth Headset

does what a bluetooth should w/o a lot of setup

11 user reviews

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BlueAnt V1

The V1 is another solid entry from BlueAnt. It's plenty of fun to use given its voice-enabled command structure, but other Bluetooth headsets offer better sound quality at this price.

3 expert reviews

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Fonegear Mini Blu

The Fonegear Mini Blu is an attractive and easy-to-use headset. Not only is it comfortable and affordable, it has good sound quality as well.

2 expert reviews

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Samsung D520 Bluetooth

Without a doubt, the best entry level mobile phone on the market. Well priced, a solid features list and an excellent design make the D520 look and feel like a much more expensive handset.

6 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

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Microsoft B4E-00024 XBOX 360 Headset

If the dam thing would start working I would give it a 5. But Microsoft has been disappointing me lately, and I might just go over to Sony soon.

1 expert reviews | 45 user reviews

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Nokia BH-501

The Nokia BH-501 Bluetooth headset is a decent headset for most uses, but we recommend you give it a try before buying.

5 expert reviews | 59 user reviews

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Philips SHM6100

I've been using mine for years. Good sound for the price I paid at the time - $10. Philips must have stopped making them. CnergyVentures' price of over $30 is ridiculous. You can get them for $10 if you shop around.

68 user reviews


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