Listen to your favorite tracks with the most modern bluetooth earpiece

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audioNowadays, a modern Bluetooth earpiece is exactly what anyone needs to have in order to be up to date with technology.
It can connect to an MP4 player or any device that features Bluetooth and it can provide an accurate sound without distortions. The best advantage is that it connects wireless, thus getting rid of all the inefficient wires. Since there are so many models on the market, it is up to the customers’ requirements to choose the best Bluetooth earpiece.

A few models that we recommend are ZhongJian Bluetooth Stereo Headset Headphone S9-HD,  SanTian GoerTek GSH300 Bluetooth Wireless Headset  and Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Headset Headphones SX-910A.
ZhongJian Bluetooth Stereo Headset Headphone S9-HD is the exact item that anyone who wants to listen to their favorite tracks needs. It is a Bluetooth earpiece that can also connect to a phone and give high-definition surround sound. It can last for up to 6 hours and can receive a wireless signal on a distance of 33 ft.

These headphones are very comfortable and easy to wear since they have a unique behind-the-head design. It features buttons for adjusting the volume and selecting the track.
Another Bluetooth earpiece that will amaze through its unique design is SanTian GoerTek GSH300 Bluetooth Wireless Headset. The battery is long lasting, with up to 13 hours of talk time and it can connect with many compatible phones. Listening to music has never been easier with this comfortable Bluetooth earpiece.

Since it has an over the ear design it will fit any person, no matter the age, and at the same time will not create any discomfort whatsoever. It gives a perfect stereo sound and it charges really fast. It can receive a wireless signal on a distance range of 10 meters.

The Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Headset Headphones SX-910A confers an excellent sound quality and features buttons that can adjust volume and change tracks. It has an innovative design that is comfortable yet stylish. This Bluetooth earpiece has a super light weight so the person who uses them might even forget he is wearing them.

It has a talk time of up to 7 hours and it can be recharged in 2 to 3 hours. The transmission distance is 10 meters so forget about all the uncomfortable wires that always reminded you that you have to carry your MP3 or phone with you.
These products will offer great sound quality and comfort and you will not regret purchasing them.

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worst toy of 2013 is the ipotty

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The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC) has officially selected the ‘iPotty’ (from CTA Digital) as the worst toy of 2013.

In case you’re wondering, the iPotty consists of a basic potty setup, but with the added innovation of a stand for holding an iPad (apparently an aid to toilet training). I’m also assuming that there is an app. There’s always an app.

Once the infant is placed on the potty, the iPad can be rotated 360 degrees around the seat on its stand, meaning that the device can be switched between vertical and horizontal views. The iPotty even has a protective touchscreen for use in case of…Well, you get the idea.

However, that’s not all. You’d think it would be, but it isn’t. The iPotty also has a clip-on cover that converts it into a regular seat, so your child can enjoy a quiet, insular, sedentary activity in the exact same place they just took a dump.

The CCFC’s TOADY (Toys Oppressive and Destructive to Young children) award, a dubious honour that the group bestows upon the worst toy released over a 12-month period, is a rather damning indictment of the iPotty’s usefulness.

Despite being described by its manufacturers as a “comfortable and fun place to learn to use the potty”, the CCFC’s Michelle Salcedo said that, “Children should be aware of the cues in their bodies as they learn. This toy takes this social/emotional focus out of the process and substitutes the hypnotism of a screen,” CCFC voter Alex Reynard added that the iPotty, “not only reinforces unhealthy overuse of digital media, it’s aimed at toddlers. We should NOT be giving them the message that you shouldn’t even take your eyes off a screen long enough to pee.”

He’s got a point.

According to the CCFC, potty training ought to be a time of positive interaction between child and parents. Sigmund Freud also famously suggested that potty training is a vitally important time for the development of a child’s psychology.

The iPotty is available online for about £30, but the iPad itself will need to be sourced separately (they start at about £400, so I’d suggest instructing your child to read a book instead, like the rest of us do).

Evidently, a parent did not design this device, as any parent knows that it is hard enough to get your child to focus on the task at hand in the first place, without throwing a few levels of ‘Angry Birds’ into the mix as well.

Amazingly, were CTA Digital to have marketed this product to a certain variety of adult, I personally believe that it would have been very popular indeed.

Anyway, that’s all from me this year!

Plantronics Gamecom 777 Surround Sound Gaming Headset: Keeping You In Good Company!

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Certified Portable

This time you are able to indulge into sophisticated gaming activity only with this Plantronics series. Best thing is that you don’t need to endure the aching feel brought about by tight fitted headpiece. All you have to do is pick the right unit and you are on for another competitive escape courtesy of this manufacturer brand that feature completely light-weight construction hence reducing the burdensome tendency of most units. Not just that for you can be able to take pleasure from its fully cushioned ear pads. And all these relieving components have been well acclaimed in Plantronics GameCom 777 reviews.

Surround Sound System

No more worries, you don’t have to endure poor audio performance. In fact, you can enjoy detailed sound propagation which is the bestselling advantage of surround sound technology. This way, you can capture even the slightest acoustic detail while in your virtual battlefield. In turn, you get to realize the most of every gaming activity. Great news is that you can achieve all these exclusively with Plantronics GameCom 777 series equipped with this topnotch technology.

Noise Reduction Function

Are you bothered by ambient noises around? Not for long though, you don’t need to bear with such disturbing nuisance. All you have to do is simply put on your Plantronics headphones to do the noise reduction tricks along the way. And it works like magic eliminating those unwanted sounds instantly which have been revealed in many a Plantronics GameCom 777 review. Undoubtedly, it is one must-have unit for home gaming especially with noisy kids running around from time to time.

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What is even more exciting is the fact that the unit comes in compact package. It only goes to show that you can obtain optimum gaming activity given the powerhouse elements plus add-ons. No surprise, it is additionally incorporated with mic boom for interactive sessions. Yes, you could get the message across either to your staff mates or to your opponents. Each one of these is made possible by Plantronics GameCom 777 Surround Sound Gaming Headset with Dolby Technology that accommodates generous acoustic highlights for effective gaming.

Amkette Trubeats SLIX Review

Amkette Trubeats SLIX Review
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Delhi-based electronic hardware manufacturer Amkette has added another headset to its line of Trubeats audio headsets–Trubeats SLIX. The device is ideal for those looking for a wireless headset to use with Bluetooth enabled devices like smartphones, tablets and laptops. Trubeats SLIX are quite a tempting deal when looking at its price. Those who are a little tight on budget might find it as a good investment. So, should you buy this or not? Lets find out.

Specifications
Wireless Interface: Bluetooth v2.1
Range: 80dBm
Bluetooth Profiles: A2DPi.2, HFP1.5, AVRCP1.0, HSP
Battery Type: Rechargeable 150mAh Li-Ion
Operational Time: >5 Hours
Charging Time: 100 Hours
Weight: 32 grams

Contents
The SLIX come in nice packaging. The headset is available in dark red and in black. Contents of the box include a Quick Start Guide, a pair of smaller ear buds and a micro USB data cable for charging the headset. The larger earbuds come pre-fit on the headset and in case they are too big for your ears, you can remove them and put on the smaller ones.

The letdown was that the bigger earbuds are too big and the smaller ones are too small and sadly Amkette hasnt supplied medium sized earbuds. The earpieces do sit well in the ears though, thanks to the good design and light weight of just 32 grams. The headset is easy to carry and use.

Build and design
The Trubeats SLIX has been designed quite cleverly. The headset has a sporty, lean look; and it sits comfortably on the back of the neck due to the ergonomic design of the wire that joins the two ends of the headset. The curve of the wire is precise and it never loses its bend even after rough handling. You can keep the headset inside your bag without any protection and they would still come out of the bag in the same shape. You can keep the headset in your pocket as well without damaging or ruining its shape as the headsets reset to their original shape without any issues.

An interesting feature of the SLIX is the magnetic clips placed at each end of the earpiece. This makes the earpieces snap together when not in use and prevents it from getting tangled with other items in a bag. It has angled earpieces that fit nicely in the ear. But in case you are wearing a hoodie or too many clothes, it might get difficult for the headset to fit properly as the attached wire is not adjustable.

The volume control button which is also used as a power on/off, play/pause and for receiving and answering calls, is located on the left earpiece right above the earbud. The left earpiece also features the micro USB port for charging. The LED is also featured on the front of the left earpiece, and notifies the user about battery and connectivity status. The right earpiece features two buttons for changing tracks.

The best feature of the headset is its minimalist design; there are no long wires or large earpieces to be concerned about.

Usability
The Trubeats SLIX is easy to operate due to its one-button functionality– the volume button does most of the work; including making, receiving, ending or rejecting calls. Holding the volume button down puts the headset in a pairing mode and once it has found the device for pairing, the user only needs to let go of the button and permit the headset to pair with the device. The headset flashes different colors to indicate when it is looking for a device, when it pairs with one, and when it disconnects. The controls are completely different than conventional wireless headphones but once you get used to them, the SLIX is a delight to use. You wont spend much time in pairing this headset to any Bluetooth enabled device.

The SLIX supports A2DP1.2, HFP1.5, AVRCP1.0 and HSP Bluetooth profiles and works on Bluetooth 2.1 interface.

Call and Music performance
The SLIX has a range of 10 meters which is adequate enough for use with smartphones, tablets, laptops or PCs and even PCs. There are multiple pauses once the recommended distance is crossed over.

The microphone is located in the left earpiece. The sensitivity of the microphone is average and we didn’t find any real problem while using the SLIX for calls. We used the headset in different environments and found that due to its unimpressive noise cancellation, you will have to increase the volume to a full level in order to have clear calls. That worked for us though its ideal for use in quiet environments.

The volume of the SLIX is pretty loud and audiophiles looking for loud wireless headphones wont be disappointed. But at full volume, music quality suffers as with any low-end headphones. The headset is ideal for listening to music at medium volumes. The lows and highs suffer at higher volumes which sound too harsh on ears. At full volume, the headphone is so loud that you can even hear the sounds without the need to put it on your ears. The lows are quite impressive but we were disappointed by its mids and highs. If you are into bass, then the SLIX should suffice especially for its price. The mid and high frequencies sound quite artificial at higher volumes, however.

Battery
The Trubeats SLIX features a 150mAh battery which takes around 3 hours to charge. We would have liked if such a small battery did not take such a long time to charge. The battery can be charged by connecting the headset to a laptop/PC or a mobile charger via the micro USB port. The SLIX can continuously play music for just above 5 hours which is a decent playback time and enough for daily use; but people who listen to music on the go will need to keep a recharging option handy. On an average, a single charge should suffice for a day.

Verdict
The Trubeats SLIX is a decent headset and for a price of around Rs.3000, it is a good deal. The volumes are pretty loud and the music playback quality is quite decent. Audiophiles may not be impressed but for someone who is looking for a decent quality wireless headphones at an affordable price, then the Trubeats SLIX is worth buying. Flipkart sells the headset at an even lower price of Rs.2649.

Discover What Lies Ahead In Communications With Headsets

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Nobody wants to be carrying a huge baggage full of technology devices that perform a number of tasks. For high calibre individuals who travel from one place to another, and whose schedules are filled with meetings, conference calls, and a smattering other essential ‘”to do” items, making use of a singular piece of gadget that carries out excessively multiple features at once can be as essential as oxygen. Hence the popularity of smartphones and tablets and remarkably useful operating systems that quite literally drive physical offices into extinction. Needless to say, individuals will still need an office to go to, well, pick up wages and such. However, by using just one small device that could carry out an insane variety of functions every office, every high calibre individual in the earth can do any task whenever they want, from anywhere.

Plantronics headsets-all hail-offer those very possibilities. Recognized by tech critics and continuously trusted by a large number of consumers, rightfully so, Plantronics has evolved and designed some of this era’s finest and innovative communications headsets. (Besides, Neil Armstrong utilized a Plantronics headset as he spoke those now famous words – credentials do not get any better than that.) Every single product under the Plantronics’ seal of quality has considerably changed the approach people today communicate, and consequently, do their jobs.

If in the earlier times a front desk staff would need to manage signing for a packaged received, accommodating a senior executive’s 3 p.m., and generating a phone call regarding a workplace maintenance situation to the concerned department, at present, that same front desk staff would just need to hit a single button on her cordless headset to convey an issue with maintenance, have her hands free to sign for a package, and-thanks to Bluetooth technology-comfortably walk the senior executive’s 3 p.m. instantly to the conference room. By utilizing the Voyager Pro Plus Wireless Headset, every employee in every workplace setting do not need to be hooked to the desk to carry out a project.

The Voyager Pro Plus may appear small and simple but this phenomenal tiny headset carries out best quality functions. It includes around 6 hours of talk time; has (soothing) whispered voice alerts for when battery’s going to run out; totally tested for toughness – a remarkable requirement for individuals who use headsets for very long period of time; provide 3 layers of wind noise protection with double mic noise cancellation for the constantly mobile professionals who have no time to stop for anything – maybe limited to cocktails, and arguably the most spectacular feature of all, the Plantronics Vocalyst, which gives a computerized service for tuning in on weather and sports updates, newsfeeds, and more. For an additional fee, end users of the Vocalyst can step up to the Pro service, which-all hail-transcribes voice into text. From blogs to email, from expenditure reports to calendar appointments, the Plantronics Vocalyst could make doing work virtually stress- and hands-free.

Other Plantronics headsets to check out include the Savor M1100, the CS510 (for call centres especially), the CS540 Wireless, or the Savi 710 Wireless. Whatever Plantronics headset an office or an individual selects, each one permits a more manageable time with work.

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Police hearing loss compensation ‘extortionate’

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The amount of compensation paid to former police officers who said their hearing was damaged while on duty is “extortionate”, Sinn F訮 has said.
The settlement for 8,641 former officers has cost £135m, with more than £65m of this going on legal fees.
Sinn F訮 MLA Pat Sheehan said the officers were “well paid” and the figure was “clearly unjustifiable”.
However, former detective superintendent Alan Mains said it was justified on medical grounds.
“Collectively speaking, it looks like a phenomenal sum. But it could have been dealt with a lot differently… if they had taken a broad common sense approach, instead of challenging medical evidence,” he said.
Continue reading the main story Hearing loss payouts
Total amount paid to settle cases: £135,357,689

Damages paid to former officers: £70,161,788

Legal and court costs: £65,195,901
Figures run to November 2013
“The reason why we had to carry guns in the first place is pretty obvious – we were the only police service in all of the UK (to have to do so).”
Ulster Unionist MLA Ross Hussey, who is a former RUC officer and a current member of the Policing Board, said he did not understand Sinn F訮’s criticism.
“There is a clear negligence on the part of the employer, who were the Police Authority/Policing Board, and therefore there is a legitimate claim,” he said.
“I find it strange for Sinn F訮 to condemn this because in any other circumstances, an employee who has an injury on duty has a right to claim against their employer.”
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Pat Sheehan said officers were “well paid” and the figure was “clearly unjustifiable”
The payment was criticised by SDLP assembly member Alban Maginness, who said it was a “shocking figure”.
“The Policing Board and the Department of Justice have questions to answer about how this was allowed to happen,” he said.
“The police could have taken a much broader approach instead of contesting every case, when medical evidence had been provided stating that there had been hearing loss.
“That would have saved a substantial sum of money.”
As the only routinely armed police force in the UK, the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) officers had to undergo regular firearms training.
Since the late 1960s, police sources were aware of medical evidence that sufficient ear protection was needed, but the RUC did not provide this for another three decades.
Details of the payments were revealed by the PSNI in response to a Freedom of Information request by Belfast-based victims group Relatives for Justice.
The figures run up to the end of November, with hundreds of other claims pending.
More than 10,000 former RUC officers have lodged claims for damages, saying their hearing was damaged.
The claims include officers who claim to have suffered hearing loss as a result of frequent radio use, while being transported in helicopters and while driving motorcycles.
However, the vast majority of claims are for damage caused during firearms training.
In a statement, the PSNI said: “All hearing loss claims have to be thoroughly investigated.
“The chief constable is fully aware of his responsibility to the public purse and the strategy for handling hearing loss litigation has been kept under review by the Chief Constable’s lawyers and the Crown Solicitor’s Office with the aim of ensuring that claims are dealt with as economically as is possible given the technical aspects of the cases and the individual circumstances of each.”
The PSNI also said all legal costs were closely scrutinised and “have been challenged by the Chief Constable’s lawyers when appropriate”.

What is the difference concerning blocked headphones and noise reducing headsets?

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That’s one of the most commonly asked questions, we get it all of the time and, frankly, we are sick of giving the same standard reply time and again. So, we chose to solve it once and for all.

Now, before we go any further, Im off to draft the standard email that directs to this article, back in any minute…


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OK. To say it simply, there are a couple of varieties of noise cancellation, active and passive.

Passive noise cancellation/reduction is frequently a by-product of sporting the headsets in the first place. If a headset covers your ears up, it essentially has a similar noise cancellation effect like a pair of earmuffs. The sound has to work that much harder to travel to your ear how it must firstly go through a hard surface. Passive noise cancellation arrives largely from blocking, or covering your ears and listening to a louder sound in closer proximity. If the friend is trying to talk to you and you cant hear them due to the headsets, then that is passive noise reduction.

Active noise cancellation/reduction is a little more mechanical. Earphones that actively cancel outside noise do so by producing a low field of white noise close to your ear, this actually masks outside noise and is a purpose in and of itself, away from the sound replica performance of those speakers.

Being honest, anything you put in or around your ear features a passive noise reduction effect, but only headphones pre-loaded with noise reducing features will produce a masking white noise. This sound wont interfere with the operation of your headsets, but it will cover the sound from wind, rain, road works and other train passengers and their noisy mobile conversations.

Noise cancellation/reduction headsets will do a far better job of drowning out the sound pollution generated by barking dogs, train announcements, bad street buskers and those charity trolls who approach you in the street.

Joking aside, it’s much a frequently asked question because it is an excellent one to pose. Noise cancellation features drastically add to the cost of the headsets and it’s absolutely worth knowing what you are purchasing before you put down your hard-earned down onto the counter.