1. osensnolf's Avatar
    I need the help from TIPB members in picking out my next set of headphones.

    I am looking for a set of headphones that I can use while cutting grass (to cut out the noise) and biking/exercising.

    I would like for them to be bluetooth but I do not see any that have a stellar review including the Plantronics 603 or the HD-S9.

    With that said, I'm looking for some that are in-ear.

    What do you recommend?

    Thanks.

    PS - If you own the Plantronics 603, what are your thoughts on them cutting out the sound of a mower?
    06-27-2010 01:12 AM
  2. DataCentre's Avatar
    I bought the Sony BT stereo headset and I'm very pleased with them. Battery life is 8 hours of talk. The head phones are wired to the control box, but not connected to the phone.
    06-27-2010 10:32 AM
  3. Xm_jdm's Avatar
    I have the Motorola S9-HD's. WHEN I use them they are great and excellent when working out or doing outside stuff. Problem is I never seem to find the time to use them. Between work and kids, it is hard. Maybe I should sell them
    06-27-2010 11:06 AM
  4. jakej914's Avatar
    If you go non-BT, go with Nuforce NE-7M. For the price, they're the best earphones you can buy, and they have excellent passive sound isolation. For BT, I have the Nuforce BT-Sports. I generally use them for when I go runningso they're no stranger to sweat. They have decent sound isolation and pretty good quality for BT.
    06-27-2010 11:38 AM
  5. kerriv's Avatar
    I also use a pair of Sony Bluetooth headphones. The model # I have is DR-BT101/BLK. They only thing that doesn't work with my iPhone is choosing a different track. Of course, I find it easier to use my iPhone to do that anyway.
    06-27-2010 12:04 PM
  6. Brassbuttons's Avatar
    Jaybird makes stereo bluetooth headsets designed for the athlete. Go to Jaybirdgear.com for their current products. The company also has a new model that should be relesed this month called the BlueBuds. They're in ear stereo bluetooth earpieces that measure about 1 inch.

    JayBird also says that the headphones have a new wireless audio technology that allows for cleaner, more-bass-heavy music. The earbuds also feature tips designed to seal with the ear, which should offer at least some passive sound isolation.

    Jaybird also offers a lifetime warranty against damage from sweat.

    I'm waiting for the release of the BlueBuds to pick up a pair.
    06-27-2010 02:28 PM
  7. osensnolf's Avatar
    Thanks guys for the comments. I've reviewed all of the suggestions. Some I like, some I do not.

    I want to make sure that the option I go for has external controls so that I can volume up/down/pause and accept calls. I want the microphone to be at least decent but I will hardly ever take/accept calls while wearing these.

    I really like the design and Amazon price of the Plantronics 903. They are $41 new on Amazon with free shipping.

    Keep the feedback coming.
    06-27-2010 03:00 PM
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