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  Reply # 277738 30-Nov-2009 11:01 Send private message

"Downside is their looks, and annoying flashing LED", I forgot about that, the Jabbra has the same, you have to press & hold both left and right buttons to turn off the lights, each time you turn them on.

"whats the inconvenience of a cable running thru your shirt?", and then back out, into my pants pocket, tried it, hated it.

"but as an audiophile its just not up to spec", pardon? You must have quite a phone or media player to store and play high definition tracks (192 kHz/24-bit uncompressed). Usually players are MP3 with the fidelity of someone from Essex

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  Reply # 277847 30-Nov-2009 13:35 Send private message

Canterbury: why bluetooth for music? - why not cable - FAR FAR better audio sound- you have to carry the phone with you anyway... whats the inconvenience of a cable running thru your shirt?
bluetooth for PS3 and games, handsfree and the car, but as an audiophile its just not up to spec (imo) :) (bang for buck)





Why use BT for music?  freedom from cables.




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