(+) I have heard from the iPhone and the MacBook Pro and that is neither exceptionally good nor particularly bad. Pretty much what I expected for the price.
(-) The only thing I have to compare with my gaming headphones Steelseries Siberia and I believe that they sound about as well. Do not know about the transfer rate of Bluetooth is a bottleneck. But I have tested with the supplied cable as well and do not think it sounds better, rather slightly worse. But it is still regarded as a fallback option, the headphones are designed for listening wirelessly and safely optimized against it.
Design and comfort 8/10:
It feels like you have to make a compromise. Should we make comfortable, lightweight and stylish headphones so they will be big and fragile.
(+) I think E50BT is quite fancy, they are good and feels like it would stick to drop to the floor. I want them to sit around / over the ears and not on the ears and it's right on the border. But had they been greater had they been much uglier and even clumsier and heavier.
(-) When I put them on, I get to be careful so that they are just right. Then they are very comfortable, they end up a little crooked and pressed against your ear, it soon becomes inconvenient.
Very easy to use and flexible. Have you already paired with a device, you only need to turn on the headphones will connect the up automatically. Should you pair with a new device, so make sure that no other device you used is near or Bluetooth if so, is denial. If it is not the device that was last connected, you sometimes need to click Connect. On the left side cover, are four large buttons, two for volume and a multifunction button for play / pause, double click for next track, answer if it rings, etc. The fourth button is for JBL's ShareMe function that may be take some space unnecessarily, then I did not think so many uses the function. At the same time, it is certainly convenient for those who need it, and it obviously requires a button. Do you have an iPhone, a battery indicator on the phone which can be smoothly. A small minus is that if I connected the MacBook's multifunction button mapped to iTunes and it can not be changed. Against the iPhone is the smarter, if you listen to on Spotify works on the play / pause there, listening to Podcasts that are automatically mapped to the program and calling it responds to the same button. Against MacBook starts always with the iTunes button. But 10/10 here as long as I only use them with my iPhone.
The only real big minus is charging. There is no special solution with a 2.5 mm (it looks like) to USB. When I asked to support how I got hold of more charging cables (want one at work), I was directed to their service center representing a maximum of once a day. The first answer was "it does not include a charger." Ok, I thought, that was not what I asked, but I had to rephrase the question as to how I got hold of more charging cables and gained fourth question and the same number of days the answer that they should be as spare parts but they are not there yet. What ?! Back to support who "escalated my case" and finally solved it by sending two cables free. Neat solution to end, but this feels like nothing they have to solve. Charging is good otherwise and lasts at least two days, and then I listen to FULL. To and from work almost two hours and then a couple of hours on the job where they also are connected to the computer when I'm not listening.
The microphone works great to talk to as long as it's relatively quiet and sitting still. To talk while moving outdoors is not recommended. But it feels more like a bonus feature that one can answer without having to pick up the phone, you probably should not bet on E50BT if you are looking for a headset that you will use too much phone calls. As long as you have the headphones on the delights of the very little noise. It is not a silent rooms hear the barely listening even if it's at a high volume. A very nice feature is that it disconnects automatically when connected to the phone if you have not used it in a while. Allowing both the headphones and the phone does not discharge as quickly. As I previously ran with my Sony SBH20 so loaded phone out noticeably faster. It's very easy to connect again with the push of a button when you want to listen again. When connected to the computer connects not stop automatically, so if you want to save battery power, it may be smart to manually turn off the headphones. I have not done it but pass me anyway at least two days on one charge.
Despite poor charging solution and inadequate response from JBL when I asked about it, I'm not the least bit dissatisfied with the purchase. I can not find any alternative that I think I have been more pleased with without adding at least a few hundred dollars to the price. The highest priority for me is that they are comfortable and easy to use as they are. Then, the course does not sound bad, and they do they certainly do not, but my priority is still not super sound.
Got to 600 at the technology magazine.
Owned in 5 weeks.
Use about 10h.
It is not able to sync my Bluetooth on the PC with Windows 7, which passed sync with everything else, so could only use it as headphones, not headsets.
Now, five weeks later after I have not used it in three weeks have left earphone stopped working.
Do not put money on this product. There are much better options for the same money.
Other minus: Cable socket, which is the same for audio and _laddning_, is 2.5mm. So you lose the charging cable, you need to get a "2.5mm to USB" cable before you can use the back, they are not terribly common.
Plus: Quite all right sound for what I used it for. But I'm no audiophile.
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