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1st September 2014, 06:38 PM   |  #21  
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Can you please post a link to the headset your talking about? Thanks

If it's the infinims, it's only available in select AT&T stores in the US, and eBay. I had to search for a while before I found a local store that had them. Amazon's has a couple too, but only third party individuals, no reputable resellers.
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If it's the infinims, it's only available in select AT&T stores in the US, and eBay. I had to search for a while before I found a local store that had them. Amazon's has a couple too, but only third party individuals, no reputable resellers.

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Can you please post a link to the headset your talking about? Thanks


infinums??Ive never heard of those, I'm talking about these

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00A3R...&robot_redir=1

High quality audiophile sound loving headphones.


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infinums??Ive never heard of those, I'm talking about these

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00A3R...&robot_redir=1

High quality audiophile sound loving headphones.


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Ohh... Yeah, those are a lot bigger, and pricier, than the ones I have. They do look like they'd have great sound, though. How comfortable are they?
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Ohh... Yeah, those are a lot bigger, and pricier, than the ones I have. They do look like they'd have great sound, though. How comfortable are they?

They're pretty comfy, its just a tad bit heavy but nothing bothersome. I usually have them on for about 4-5 hours at a time, But i do feel like I want to take them off after extended usage(4+ hours) but im not used to having headphones on too long. Id give it a 7/10 on comfortability.
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I use the Jaybird Bluebuds X and I simply can not recommend them highly enough!
They're very comfortable, especially for sports (the ability to 'tighten' the cable around the back of your head is great), sound quality is SUPERB even for regular in-ears, battery life is pretty sweet (approx. 8 hours of use on a single charge), and they're also pretty nice to look at.
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I use the Jaybird Bluebuds X and I simply can not recommend them highly enough!
They're very comfortable, especially for sports (the ability to 'tighten' the cable around the back of your head is great), sound quality is SUPERB even for regular in-ears, battery life is pretty sweet (approx. 8 hours of use on a single charge), and they're also pretty nice to look at.

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