Originally Posted by vectron
Yeah, most of these sports bluetooth headsets have battery checking functionality when you press one of the volume buttons, it tells you high/med/low level of battery, Plantronics app was a bit more precise, but also keep in mind BBG2 battery capacity is less than ROX and BBX, so you might have to check it more often
ROX has a really good bass, as a matter of fact I'm only referring to EQing the sound in order to reduce some bass and bring up upper mids/treble to brighten the sound to a more "audiophile" level. By default without EQ, you will get bass in your face!
From what you are saying, sounds like ROX might be the one for you, as long as you have low expectations about phone call quality using those
Got my pair, and yes the music sounds great! Haven't tried it on calls yet, but that's minimal usage for me I think. Quite happy with these, thanks for your reviews vectron! Would not have gone for them otherwise, as the only quality bluetooth headset in my circles is the jaybird bluebuds x my brother has.