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# 175072 16-Jun-2015 14:49
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So far I have tried the Plantronics and the jabra bluetooth earbuds both are left wanting in the bass department

any suggestions




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  # 1325893 16-Jun-2015 16:17
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Jaybird Bluebuds X. All you will ever need

 
 
 
 


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  # 1325894 16-Jun-2015 16:22
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What are you using them for?

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  # 1325915 16-Jun-2015 16:46
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oh i would be keen to hear this one. I used Bose Freestyles for gym, but the blimmin cord does get annoying. Sounds are awesome, but for gyming, one does need something a lot more discrete. 

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  # 1325962 16-Jun-2015 17:40
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try the Brainwavz , they have a really good reputation and all their products get great reviews, i use the normal brainwavz earbuds and they are brilliant.

  http://www.mp4nation.net/brainwavz-blu-100-bluetooth-4-0-aptx-earphones




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  # 1326067 16-Jun-2015 20:45
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andrew027: What are you using them for?


as in my taste in music? blues rock jazz all need a decent bass Bluetooth cause i hate cables




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  # 1326068 16-Jun-2015 20:47
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Can you change the EQ settings on your phone?

I had some earbuds that had a laughable amount of bass,

Turned up the bass on my phone, all fixed

 
 
 
 




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  # 1332274 26-Jun-2015 17:17
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Finding a set of Bluetooth earbuds... with bass!!

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  # 1332339 26-Jun-2015 20:09
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I have the non-bluetooth version of these... Heaps of bass.

http://www.sony.co.nz/product/nwz-ws613

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  # 1356654 1-Aug-2015 15:40
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I think you'll find that bass reproduction is harder the smaller the speaker. 

I'd recommend something bigger, such as conventional headphones w/ bluetooth. 




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  # 1356705 1-Aug-2015 17:19
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In my experience with earbuds, swapping out different ear pieces made the biggest difference to the earphones bottom end.
I have a set of Sony's that came with many, many different sizes, and they changed bass characteristics drastically.

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