Have had these kids for more than one year now can provide a more elaborate description of the experience.
I myself am something of a music freak who owned and tested 40+ headphones of various brands and price ranges.
The plate ADV Wireless is the perfect headset for everyday life. The battery lasts a surprisingly long time, and warn 20 minutes before charging out. Touch function works perfectly for me, some terms to learn what angle you should "swipe" access. Perhaps no headphone that I would recommend more than those given uses (training, plug, on-the-go or just enjoy the music), sound and price. According to me there are no headphones that hit them in the same price range (bought mine for 499 on sale). If the battery runs out, you can also connect the cable supplied and used them as normal headphones. But wireless can also use the 3.5mm jack to connect a pair of headphones other and share music with a friend.
* Good battery life
* Impressive sound
* Good fit and adaptable
* The price!
* Share Music
* If you wear them a lot, they'll go broke
* Can sit pretty hard in the beginning
Use them in bed to my tablet and they are great for this as they do not feel the way and the sound is perfectly acceptable.
Sitting with them lurking in your hand, and they have no keys: Next / previous song, play / pause, answer key or even a volume control. Do not understand how they can be set as if they had it.
Furthermore, the sound is inferior to Sony DR-BTN 200 + in the first place just after the glappat in 0.5sec where there is no noise at all (happening now and then).
These are without doubt the most overrated B-class products I have used.
Have been a couple for almost 2 years and they have played
his last trudilutt. Overall, this is really a couple
headphones acceptable considering its price. A good choice for those looking for a cheaper alternative that delivers a fairly good ljuduplevelse.
-Hyffsad Sound quality.
-Hyffsad Battery (garranterat 8h and a very good standvy time)
* Negative characteristics
-Very Plastiga where fragile.
-After Longer listening sessions, it will be a very
pressure on the ears.
On the plus side:
+ Huge much more comfortable with wireless than I had thought, will never go back to my wired for portable headphones.
+ Touch control for volume is cruel smooth and easy to use.
+ Given the price good sound.
+ Scary good battery life.
+ Nice, which according to me is the important for a pair of headphones that I'll wear out in public.
+ The Urbanears is a Swedish company, always fun to try to promote Swedish companies.
-Stödjer Not the best Bluetooth technology for sound transmission, but doubt it matters on a pair of headphones in this price range.
The sound is a little lifeless out of the box, but after having turned up the bass and treble something Spotify is good bite!
A little sensitive to obstacles. I have the phone in your left pocket, I get interference between access. However, so rare that it does not interfere, and I have it in the right pocket (same side as the Bluetooth chip in the headphones), so it works perfectly. So you who complain about the noise, try not to have the whole damn body in the way of the signal. At home in the apartment is scope, however good, can walk around with relative ease.
All in all it will do the excellent for what I need them to.