It seems like everywhere you look, people have earphones, earbuds, or headphones on. I think it’s funny that the larger, over the ear style, popular when they came out in the 70s, are back in fashion. I’ve never been a fan of earphones, earbuds, or headphones. I’ve never been able to find any that were really comfortable for me. For the most part, they’ve always been too big, they hurt my ears, and they don’t stay in place.
While I’m in the house, I’m not one for sitting around and listening to music with headphones on. I crank up my iTunes and blast it throughout the house or use my phone and crank up iHeartradio with my wireless Bluethooth receiver. However, if I’m outside doing yard work or some kind of DIY project, I want to have my tunes in my ears. There’s no point cranking it up from the patio if I’m mowing the front yard.
For years, I’ve used a pair of wired headphones while mowing. They’re good enough, but unless I tuck my phone inside my shirt, the cord gets tangled up around the steering wheel or the different knobs and handles on my riding mower.
My outdoor music life changed today. I opened my Pulseaudio Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones and used them for the first time. I charged for about fifteen minutes and they were good to go for a couple of hours, when I came inside. They easily and quickly synced with my Samsung Note 3. I didn’t have to scan multiple times or jump through multiple hoops like I do with many of my other bluetooth devices.
Each time I left the bluetooth range of my phone, I was notified when the Pulseaudio Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones reconnected. Since I was listening to iHeartRadio, and had my hands in spray paint, I didn’t experiment with many of the other functions.
Pulseaudio Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones
The Pulseaudio Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones came with a variety of interchangeable earbuds and stabilizers. My ear canals are obviously quite small, so I switched out to the smallest earbuds as soon as I opened them. I tried hard to figure out the stabilizers, but decided they were all too large to fit into my small ears. No matter which size I tried, they were never felt secure in my ears. I removed the stabilizers all together and they felt safe and snug in my ears. FYI – the stabilizers are the quarter moon looking things with holes in them.
Since I was working out in the yard, in the sun, I flipped the cords up on top of my head. I didn’t want to get an awkward tan line. LOL They stayed up on top of my head without any trouble the entire time I was using them. I was bending over, reaching, riding my mower, and making all kinds of movements.
Needless to say, I put my new Pulseaudio Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones through a thorough workout in a short time period. I can honestly say they are so comfortable I forgot I was wearing them. I needed to run an errand and had to come back in the house to take them off.
While using Pulseaudio Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones, you will notice:
- How highly lightweight, portable and comfortable they are. So comfortable, you forget you’re wearing them!
- The rich, crystal clear HI-FI sound. So rich and clear, you think your sitting in a live concert!
- The slim and flexible cord along with it’s intuitive controls make these headphones an absolute gem to use!
- The joy of performing your favorite activities hassle free of wire!
You could pay more for those other Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones, but why?