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Best Bluetooth Headphones - Top 4 Services and products Reviewed

Planning to untangle your portable life style? Read on to see what I look at the four best bluetooth headphones currently for sale in the market today.

Headphones or headsets?

Generally, 'Bluetooth' and 'headphones' don't go together. Bluetooth is a wireless technology that's usually associated with headsets-mainly for communication such as cell phones. 'Wireless' is more appropriately matched with 'headphones'-those used solely for enjoying music and/or sole listening. However, both terms have been mixed and matched from time to time, 'Bluetooth headphones' can mean more than one product categories. See below for a few style, company, and function options.

Nokia BH-905

The Nokia BH-905 is just a true Bluetooth headphone. It's what a real headphone seems like-over the ear with big earcups that cover the majority of one's ear. It uses Bluetooth technology and doesn't have a protruding microphone. You will look like you are just hearing music, but in the case of the phone, you can communicate directly with it, without having to put the device near your mouth.

Jabra BT8010

Admit it, almost everywhere you see a Jabra product, you'll see that it's Bluetooth-capable. Jabra is one of the leading manufacturers that focus o-n noise cancelling headphones. Their BT8010 can be changed into music by simply linking two items together. In the end, you obtain two earphones in one.

Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800

In regards to sound quality, that is my pick. The HBH-IS800 is a gorgeous-looking in-ear headset that has been generally designed for playing music. It's very hidden and connects via Bluetooth via a brief wire and transmitter that goes across the right back of the listener's neck.

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JayBird JB-200i-01

The JayBird is really a true music-only headphone. It is created for use with the iPod, if wireless is your thing. The machine links via little dongle that attaches to the i-pods lower pier channel. Just like the Sony Ericsson, it has a wire that goes over the neck-to join the two parts.

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