NX80 Hands-Free 3.5mm Stereo Sound Headset with Mic for all Apple iPads, iPhones, and for many cell Phone Models and Brands

August 2, 2013 - Comment

The ergonomically designed NoiseHush NX80 features patent pending bass system to reproduce high definition, bass-driven sound without the need for batteries. The In-line microphone of NX80 is acoustically tuned to filter out external noise, ensuring that callers hear clearly even in the noisiest situations. With its control button, you can conveniently switch between phone call

The ergonomically designed NoiseHush NX80 features patent pending bass system to reproduce high definition, bass-driven sound without the need for batteries. The In-line microphone of NX80 is acoustically tuned to filter out external noise, ensuring that callers hear clearly even in the noisiest situations. With its control button, you can conveniently switch between phone call and your favorite music. Crank it UP!

Product Features

  • High Fidelity Sound, Noise Isolation, In-line Microphone
  • Control Button, Tangle-free Cable, Included S/M/L Ear Gels, Included Carrying Pouch
  • Specifications: Driver Unit: 8mm, Sensitivity: 96dB/1mW, Impedance: 16 ohms
  • Cable Length: 3.9 feet, Frequency Range: 20Hz-20kHz, Rated Power: 2mw-10mw, Jack: Gold Plated 3.5mm
  • Compatible with: Apple iPad, Apple iPad 2, Apple iPhone, Apple iPhone 3G, Apple iPhone 3Gs, Apple iPhone 4, Apple iPhone 4CDMA, BlackBerry By RIM, Casio, HP, HP Palm, HTC, Huawei, Kyocera, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Pantech, Samsung, Sanyo, and Sharp

Comments

JbtE says:

Several design issues I really want to like these headphones, but there’s several issues I’ve had after using them for a few days. I’ll preface first, though, by saying that sound quality is pretty good. Not excellent, but pretty good for the inexpensive earbud range.There’s several issues, though. First, I have a ton of difficulty getting the buds to stay in my ears with any of the included sizes. I can get them in, but after a few minutes of listening, they start sliding out. Having to constantly readjust becomes tiresome after only a few minutes. As some have noted, the bass richness is actually pretty good for earbuds, but obtaining a fairly rich base is contingent upon getting these fully in your ears and keeping them there. And, again, that’s difficult to do. After they move even slightly, I completely lose that rich bass and they sound just like your standard ipod earbuds.I also find the cord to be a design issue. Instead of rounded cords (like a strand of spaghetti), these…

Justain Choe says:

Very Good Sound but Design Flaws and Durability flaw? SOUND:The sound on these are great especially at the price. The bass isn’t boom boom heavy so if you like that then these aren’t for you, but if you like good clear soft bass, then these headphones are awesome.TANGLE-FREE:Yes, they are very tangle free. I can roll it up, put it in my pocket, take them out and untangle by just shaking them. It’s made flat and of a firm rubber which makes it less likely to tangle but it along with the benefit, there is a flaw..DESIGN FLAWS:Others have mentioned the design flaws:1) The vibration noise of the heard from the cord brushing on things like your shirt. This isn’t always apparent but it’s definitely there. Usually I end up having to either adjust the cord so that it doesn’t brush on my shirt, or I end up just holding the cord away from my shirt. If you’re sitting or not moving rapidly, they are great headphones, especially for the price (I bought mine for $15). I like these better…

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