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[Earphones]Will these work with our Xperia L

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By amnher, Senior Member on 14th November 2013, 10:15 AM
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25th August 2015, 01:56 AM |#11  
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Hello,
i had asked coloud in the past about the compatibility of their headsets with SONY XPERIA L but they weren't sure if they'll work with Xperia L and that stopped me from buying them. I just saw that they worked for you! Can you tell me the exact model of the coloud headets you buyed and works its microphone and answer/terminate button?
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Nick

hey man
Sadly, I cannot recommend the coloud phones to anyone. The right speaker simply degraded in sound quality really fast, to the point I simply couldn't stand using it anymore, so I just shelved it... And after a while the rubber material of the chord also deagraded, turned sticky, horrible. All of that with very light or no use at all.

It could be that I was just very unlucky with the speaker going bad, but the material, if it is still the same one used, is really stupid of a choice as it degrades with time. and as for the button. it should work, depending only on the phone specs.
Im using a moto g 2014 for a year now. I bricked my xperia l xD
 
 
25th August 2015, 09:33 AM |#12  
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hey man
Sadly, I cannot recommend the coloud phones to anyone. The right speaker simply degraded in sound quality really fast, to the point I simply couldn't stand using it anymore, so I just shelved it... And after a while the rubber material of the chord also deagraded, turned sticky, horrible. All of that with very light or no use at all.

It could be that I was just very unlucky with the speaker going bad, but the material, if it is still the same one used, is really stupid of a choice as it degrades with time. and as for the button. it should work, depending only on the phone specs.
Im using a moto g 2014 for a year now. I bricked my xperia l xD

Hi, thank you very much for your response,
that's too bad to hear, since they look very nice at photos. I'm disappointed from the fact that is so hard to find a proper handsfree for this device! i thought it would be piece of cake, but it's not... Where are the years that every phone(even the cheap ones) had it's own handsfree in the box?
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