Listen to music and make hands-free calls with these JVC Gumy wireless headphones. The built-in rechargeable battery delivers up to five hours of playback time to get your through your workout, and the three-button remote lets you easily control the volume or skip songs. These JVC Gumy wireless headphones include different-sized earpieces for a custom fit.
Fits securely and directs music into your ears for full, uninterrupted audio.
Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device.
For the price, no complaints. I bought these to have as backups when i forget to charge my Samsung buds. The sound is great. On an NYC train, at full blast, everyone's personal conversations are drowned out. No connectivity issues. My only problem is the right bud tends to fall out at times because of how heavy the mic is.
I got these for $15. The listening experience is Okay..
The microphone is absolute garbage, get used to hearing "What?" a lot.
The controls are strange, often, when increasing volume, you will skip a song by accident.
They are not very comfortable but the noise isolation is decent.
The volume, for some reason, isn't stepped in equal increments, especially low volume. Bare with me here. Say you sleep with these and want to lower the volume. Step 2 is 20% and step 1 is 3%. So they are either too loud to sleep or you can't hear your book. Upward from there it is strange but workable.
All in all I would not buy them again but they are what they are. Cheap wireless headphones. Charge is okay.
misplaced my earphones so stopped by top pick up an extra pair. Fit is comfortable. connects to my iPhone without any problem. Heavier bass sound than my Anker SoundBuds Slim, good for music. Worth picking up if you need an inexpensive pair
A:AnswerAnnie, that is a great question. They provide good isolation, but they are not noise cancellation headphones. Please check your local, state, and federal laws about wearing headphones while driving.
A:AnswerIt's fine for hearing the incoming voice but I've been told by the person on the other end of the line that I sound far away. They're grateful when I switch to speaker phone or some other system.
A:AnswerThe answer is yes:
Make your Mac discoverable, then connect it with a Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, trackpad, headset, or other audio device.
You need to connect your Mac with the device only once and the device usually remains connected until you remove it..
Make sure the device is turned on:
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Bluetooth. Your Mac is now discoverable.
Select the device in the list, then click Connect.
If asked, click Accept.To remove a device, Control-click its name.