Lubix Stereo Bluetooth Headset ReviewRA1D - July 29, 2008
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As our lifestyles become more and more mobile, we are always in search of something that can let us have less wires and become less tethered to our homes and devices. One device that came out a while ago, that many are familiar with, is the bluetooth headset. These allowed people to talk on their cellphones without having to hold anything to their ear, and didn't have very many flaws. Now, while these are great for talking on the phone, they aren't very good at doing things that phones are now able to do: listening to music, for example.
The Lubix Stereo Bluetooth Headset is an answer to this problem. They use the A2DP stereo profile to allow a stereo audio stream to get sent to your headset, and keep the support for the old mono audio and microphone profiles in order to allow you to use the device as a wireless headset. Lets take a look at how the A2DP preforms, and see how well these headphones work.
The Lubix Stereo Bluetooth Headset comes in a standard cardboard box packaging and has a protective plastic case that holds the headset in a small window letting you see it through the box. Listed on the front and back are some of the products features.
Inside the box are several accessories that come with the Lubix. There is a USB cable for charging the device, and a wall adapter to allow the USB cable to be used in conjunction with a standard wall outlet. There is also an instruction manual and several different ear pieces.