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- Description du produit: LG HBS-800
- Type de casque: Binaural
- Couleur: Noir
- Commande de volume: Numérique
- Connectivité: Bluetooth
- Touches de fonctionnement: Play/pause, Volume +, Volume -
- Compatibilité de marque: LG
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Description du produit
JBL a méticuleusement calibré le casque pour vous fournir un son plus profond et plus riche que jamais.
Ils sont réduits de manière significative grâce au circuit de réduction du bruit.
Le microphone capte les sons ambiants qui sont par la suite atténués avant d'atteindre l'écouteur.
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1 Noise cancellation: Though this headset got built in noise cancellation, but its not significant and doesnt justify the price. When playing music both headset performs equally. But when there is no music hsb800 handles noise better.But i dont think this is as good as full size headsets.
2 Design: Hsb 800 got some design changes. They have placed the volume buttons and forward buttons to the side of headset where as its on top of hsb 730. the size of buttons are very minimal and makes it difficult to find when not looking directly. So i prefer control buttons hsb 730. Once used to it ,i guess it doesnt make much difference among these two.
3 SOUND JBL Signature: I feel either there is no JBL signature on hsb 800 or it was already implemented on hsb 730. For me i didnt get any difference among these 2 headsets in regard to sound quality.
4 Price: I will buy this for the price of 69 but any thing more makes the upgrades insignificant.So i prefer hsb 730 for 40$ then 129 price of hsb 800.
5 Battery: there is no difference in battery consumption. Both headsets gives 10 hours play back.
6 Weight. May be this is lighter. but hsb 730 also never reminded me of weight. So even weight reduced but it may not makes any difference.
The wire locations do appear to be a much better design. However, that is about the only thing that really seems to a justification for the upgrade. There are no instructions on how to use the Google Voice Actions, or what phones are compatible. So I have yet to use this feature. I have a pair of Audio Technica headphones with Noise Cancellation that work amazing, but I have yet to find an environment where the Noise Cancellation makes a difference with the 800's. I knew that the JBL was probably a gimmick, and it appears to be so. I can't tell any difference in sound, compared to the older 730. The relocated buttons do help cut down on accidental hits from my chin or neck, specially when laying down. However, the side buttons are much harder to operate, specially the power button. The dial and start/stop buttons or still on the top, but might be slightly lower. So still not sure if 'chin dials' will be eliminated. Really wish the last number redial could be disabled, I never need this.
I also was surprised to find that the magnets on the 800 are noticeably weaker, and harder to align than the older 730. The manual also documents a EQ mode, which is just a Bass Boost, that I wasn't aware of before purchasing. This sounded good, since bass is always an issue with small ear pieces. However, the difference between On/Off with the Bass Boost is barely noticeable. I tested this across a variety of bass heavy music, and actually think the boosted mode is most like the default on the old 730.
Overall I am unsure if the HBS-800 was worth the extra cost, compared to just replacing the older HBS-730. I could have bought 2 sets of the 730's. The sound quality between the two versions are about identical, which is really the critical requirement. The new wire layout should help them last longer, and does keep the wires closer to the head, rather than sticking out as much. The other advertised upgrades don't really offer much.
The things that were good about the HBS-800 vs. the HBS-730 include: a slightly more appealing design, the blinking light that indicates the device is powered on is smaller and in a different location, and that the wires that connect to the earpiece didn't coil and tangle.
The things that were not any different about the HBS-800 vs. the HBS-730 include: the sound quality, the range that the headset can travel from my phone while maintaining a good connection, and the amount of background noise I could hear while wearing the device.
The things that were worse about the HBS-800 vs. the HBS-730 include:
1.) The microphone will occasionally just stop working mid-conversation.
2.) The buttons that control the volume, and that skip to the next song are much less user friendly.
3.) The magnetic area that houses the earpieces when they aren't being used is now found on the underside of the device, which makes it next to impossible to reinsert the earpieces after using the device without lifting it completely off your neck.
4.) Battery life is significantly reduced. (I had to charge the HBS-800 several times in a day when only using it to make phone calls, and when listening to music the charge didnt last more that around 2 hours and 30 minutes).
5.) The charger that is provided in the box must be connected via USB port.
6.) The device is not even slightly resistant to sweat. (The HBS-730 has lasted for 2 years with my workout schedule of 5-6 days a week, the HBS-800 stopped working after 3 workouts).
So, if you have the HBS-730, and are thinking of upgrading your device to the newer model....DONT.
2) LG is not owning up to this issue and provided no support if I cannot find my receipt or the receipt shows a purchase date older than 12 months. This issue is real and people all over Amazon and other review sites (CNET, Youtube, etc) are complaining about it yet LG is not recalling or supporting anyone outside of warranty or without receipt. Any bluetooth headset should work when your phone is in your pocket (minus 1 more stars for bad support of an inferior product)