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

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

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

  • 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

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!

List Price: $ 49.99

Price: $ 9.16

Originally posted 2015-12-30 07:44:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. 63 of 67 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Good Sound but Design Flaws and Durability flaw?, May 28, 2012
    By 
    Justain Choe (Los Angeles, CA) –
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    This review is from: NX80 Hands-Free 3.5mm Stereo Sound Headset with Mic for all Apple iPads, iPhones, and for many cell Phone Models and Brands (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    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 than Sennheiser CX200 and MEElectronics M9s which are both good quality headphones at this price range.

    2) Earbuds? Fits well for me. The default earbuds fit perfect and I never have to adjust it. It stays in my ear snug and never falls out. It’s really hit or miss with all different styles of headphones. The earbuds are pretty firm (like skullcandys) so they keep their shape and don’t lose noise cancelling ability like some softer earbuds sometimes do.

    DURABILITY:
    Mine stopped working after about 3 months. The jack is straight instead of L shaped so it’s pretty easy to get in the habit of pulling on the cord rather that the jack itself. I don’t always pull the cord, but after a while, I guess one of the wires inside ripped and my left earphone stopped working.

    I haven’t replaced them because I have some backups and I’m planning to take a step up into the $50-$100 range (on sale) headphones.

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  2. 140 of 164 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Several design issues, November 3, 2011
    By 
    JbtE

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    This review is from: NX80 Hands-Free 3.5mm Stereo Sound Headset with Mic for all Apple iPads, iPhones, and for many cell Phone Models and Brands (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    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 earbuds are equipped with a flat cord (more akin to fettucini… can you tell I’m Italian?). Noisehush claims the cords are designed to be tangle-free, and I suppose they work, as I haven’t gotten them tangled yet. BUT, this design makes the cord flatter and heavier such that any movement to the cord – from turning your head, to brushing them with your hand, to them rubbing on your shirt – produces vibrations that resonate all the way up into the earpieces. This means constant vibrations and banging in your ears, which is beyond annoying. I’ve never experienced anything like this with any other headphones.

    So overall, while the sound is pretty good, the design issues are really noticeable. I wish I could throw my support behind them, but honestly, if I had to purchase them again – I would not.

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  3. 49 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Bass heavy audio, and poor mic. quality, June 24, 2012
    By 
    Bob “Bob in Big Bear Ca” (Big Bear, Ca United States) –

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    .After seeing that the majority of buyers where giving this product 5 stars I decided to give it a try. It seems that most of the headsets I’ve tried to use with my Droid Bionic are lacking wither in comfort or quality in sound. This unit seems well made and the packaging is excellent, but for my purposes it’s a just OK headset. The audio is ok, with decent mid’s and highs’ but the Bass is over exaggerated. The issue that really bothers me with this headset is the audio quality though. I have been searching for a wired headset hoping it will perform better than the Bluetooth headsets I have. With this headset I was told to take it off because people said it was muffled and not distinct, and when compared to the speakerphone app on my phone it short in terms of call quality.

    Over all this might be ok for the $16.99 that it currently sells for, but there are better solutions. If you want something to listen to music, (if you are not picky about balanced sound) and take casual calls this might work for you. For those who like exaggerated Bass this might be a good headset for you, but I would not recommend it to anyone who wants good clarity in calls or a flat balanced sound in music.

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