"Surprisingly comfortable. Quality audio. Small controls"4.0 starson by kts911
Pros: Excellent range.
Good sound quality.
Comfortable, even on my big ears.
People on the other end of a phone call report that it sounds as good as when I'm on the phone.
Very easy to use call button.
Intuitive button layout.
Built in EQ.
Cons: Tiny buttons.
Slightly hollow sounding.
Sound cuts out every time it wants to make a noise (like the low battery indicator)
Summary: I just got these today, but I feel like they are a quality set of bluetooth headphones. I've listened to about a dozen songs. While the audio quality isn't as good as my high quality wired pair, it is certainly passable. Decent bass response and built in EQ allow for custom sound tailoring on the fly. I've made a couple of calls and the sound quality on both ends has been excellent. I've used about a dozen bluetooth headsets and this is the bet I've used so far for sound quality. The range has proven to be quite surprising. I'm about six feet tall and keep my phone in my front left pocket (iPhone). I;m not getting any range based distortion at all. I laid my phone at one end of my apartment and walked to the other with very little noticeable distortion(about forty feet, through one wall). I also have fairly large ears and am finding these quite comfortable. There is plenty of length on the cord to allow for full movement. Also there is a little plastic piece on the cord that will help prevent tangling. The headphones are lightweight, though not light enough to forget you are wearing them. I haven't had them long enough to thoroughly report on the battery life; however, they were dead out of the box and with a twenty minute charge I've had an hour and counting of streaming music and about ten minutes of phone calls. The only improvements I would ask for in an update are for audio quality and size. The controls could also be a little bigger, but I wouldn't trade size for the layout or separation. Also, for anyone who has every used an iPhone employing the strategy of lowering the volume for notification sounds would be preferable to cutting it out completely. Also as far as noise isolation, I've tried sitting on my couch with the TV on normal volume and music playing low volume and was able to tune out the TV. I think this is a fairly reasonable amount of noise isolation, as I wouldn't want to be completely cut out from my surroundings with this type of headphone.