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Topic # 26509 24-Sep-2008 19:49
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i'm going to get a Nokia 6121 Classic and was wondering if anyone recommends me a Bluetooth Stereo Headphone that has good sounds and base... i'm looking at this one, but i'm unsure if its really that good or not

http://www.pepspcs.co.nz/product_info.php?cPath=43&products_id=1179

i have a budget of no more than $150... but preferably $120 or less


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  Reply # 167003 25-Sep-2008 11:15
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I just picked up a pair of Philips Shb6100's, though I'm still waiting for the initial charge to finish.
First impression is positive though, looks nice and very comfortable.

Feature wise similar to the heaphones you showed, though I like the fact that these have control buttons and a little microphone on the side.

Will update once I've actually used it.



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  Reply # 170521 10-Oct-2008 21:47
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manage to get hold of a samsung sbh500... very good headphone! great bass, i highly recommend it :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 170550 11-Oct-2008 08:20
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What style to you want? For DJ-styled cans then the Motorola S805's are very good (I have them), or the Nokia BH-604's are fantastic. Both can be purchased from Ebay within your price range (x1387 has the Nokia's - totally safe Ebayer). Otherwise for the wrap around kind the Nokia BH-603s, or Sony Ericson DR-BT21g are both good.




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  Reply # 170577 11-Oct-2008 11:31
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i was just after something light, strong bass! i'm not into DJ style headphones (too big)...

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  Reply # 170579 11-Oct-2008 11:49
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The Motorola S9's are pretty decent, although depending on your use you may find the sound cuts out a lot (phone best kept in the sports armband, breast pocket, or backpocker).




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  Reply # 170605 11-Oct-2008 14:04
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yeah i realise that... get cutoff alot... so putting on breat pocket is best for me! :)

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