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Los primeros 4 meses de uso funcionaron adecuadamente y sin ningún solo problema pero de la nada comenzaron a tener un falso contacto y posterior a ello perdi el audio de uno de los audífonos. Ni siquiera los metí para nadar y tuvieron ese problema. Lamentable producto cuando esperaba bastante del mismo.
Audífonos de chicharo dentro del conducto auditivo. MP3, Bluetooth IPX8, hasta ahora todo bien, aunque no he tenido la oportunidad de probarlos en el agua aun. Tuve unos iguales de la misma marca que se descompusieron pero porque los hundí más de 1.80 mts y no debí hacerlo. Sin emgargo me gustaron y son muy prácticos para todo. El único detalle es su equalización que no me gusta, muy agudo.
The Bluetooth headphones you already own may have better sound quality and might even have cost less, but before entering the pool, put those in a drawer so you don't destroy them, pop these on and smile. And yeah, you want the version where you can toggle between MP3 and Bluetooth because each has its pros and cons. For instance, via Bluetooth you can equalize the sound coming from your phone and navigate to other music on the phone, take calls, etc. But if you're really swimming and getting your head wet, you'll lose that Bluetooth connection instantly and repeatedly and that's when you really want the MP3 (which is also great for playing those chunky lossless files because the Bluetooth signal compresses the songs on your phone to a lower audio quality, regardless of whether they're 320s or lossless or whatever). Did I mention they work great swimming along the bottom of the pool?!! Isn't that enough?!!
And because these work so well with such a tight seal, no flopping wires and good BT connectivity, don't be surprised if you start wearing them as all-around headphones. No they're not flawless, I can see areas for improvement. For instance, with no display, it may drive you crazy trying to navigate between all the songs you can store in the 8GB MP3 player (I keep the tracks to a minimum for this reason). I can also see a future version having some kind of tone control (at least a bass off- low- high button). Also, the charger is at once cool and a setback because it's not a conventional charger, it's a clamp, because I guess if you were dealing with a conventional male plug and female port, water could get in. Setback because you're not going to have chargers for this in eight different places. Just one- so don't lose it!!!
You call there number 718-535-1800 that you have to look up on line as the operation and troubleshooting manual does not provide it and you get a recorded message someone from outside the US with a very strong accent very hard to understand and you can hear children screaming in the background (this is where the professionalism starts. The wait on hold produced a loss of 20 minutes to my day. To my surprise "Jordan" came on line after the long hold and he spoke very good English and could communicate well with him.
The unit works great until it hits the water and then the Bluetooth disconnects. I bought it because of the Bluetooth feature and do not want to have to download songs through a mp3. Jordan tells me that the Bluetooth will disconnect with the unit hits the water and you have to download your songs to MP# to listen to music while swimming.
This is not published anywhere. The literature details the unit can be used while swimming and it is Bluetooth capable. nowhere does it say underwater no Bluetooth available or to actually use it for swimming you have to down load your songs to mp3 format.
Very disappointed in the deceptive sales pitch, extra money spend for a unit that had Bluetooth that does not work, and wasted time this has created for me.
this is not a reputable company and will avoid them in the future.