A Review of Weider Equipment

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Hardcore Weider equipment is the best way to go when it comes to lifting weights.

A few years ago, I purchased some heavy duty Weider equipment. I can testify that it works like a charm. It has the durability that every weight lifter needs. How else can you have peace of mind when you’re pumping that 250-350 pound bench press? You have to know that you can drop it safely on the bar rest after a set.
The last thing you want to worry about is the bench folding up on you. You can cast all of your fears aside with Weider equipment. I should know, because Weider equipment works so perfectly for me, even though I abuse it frequently. There is also no limit to what they have to offer.

Anything from weight benches, to bars, to workout machines are available.
You can get a vast selection on the Internet if you are in search of Weider equipment. Virtually all weight lifting equipment available these days can found on the World-Wide-Web. It’s just so easy to find what you’re looking for on cyberspace. You can also get quality Weider equipment at a lower price when you shop online.
Who cares how much awesome Olympic style weight bench sells for in the local fitness superstore? I will bet that it’s cheaper online. If you sort through a variety of websites, you can find the most reasonable prices on the Weider equipment you’re looking for.

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headset. earphonesSure, Google Glass is getting plenty of public ire now, but Bluetooth headsets have been around for much longer. If anything, the quick dismissal of hardcore Bluetooth users was a sign of things to come for wearable technology. The Bluedouche was the original Glasshole.

And yet Jawbone, which earned its reputation as a gadget maker with its first line of Bluetooth headsets, isnt giving up on the sector. With its latest entry, the $130 Era, Jawbone is preparing itself for a potential wireless headset renaissance.

Smartphone users dont just need a way to talk hands-free on the phone they want more accurate ways to send voice commands to their devices and get information without looking down at a screen.

The Jawbone Era aims to be the Bluetooth headset for people who hate Bluetooth headsets. Its tiny, sounds great, and ultimately proves Bluetooth headsets arent dead yet.

Jawbone’s slim new Era on the left, compared to the larger original model.

The good: The most seamless Bluetooth headset yet
Though its significantly smaller than its 2-year-old predecessor, the Era isnt quite as tiny as the ubiquitous earpieces from the Spike Jonze film Her (which, surprisingly, contains some fascinating user interface concepts), but its almost as convenient.

It took me a few tries to position the Era correctly in my ear, but once I got a good fit, it was easy to forget I was wearing an earpiece. A single button on the Eras rear lets you answer calls, pause music, and skip tracks.

For calls, the Era sounds crisp and clear in both directions. I never had any complaints about voice quality from people I was chatting with, and calls sounded slightly clearer compared to using my iPhones earpiece. I also noticed a few instances where Jawbones noise-filtering technology perked up to enhance my voice and block out external noise (a big help on noisy New York City streets).

Jawbone’s Era headset is so small it’s easy to miss.Jawbone

But I ended up using the Era more for commanding my smartphone than taking calls. Its much easier to reach up, tap a button, and ask Siri for help than it is to pull out my phone especially during frigid winter weather. When I asked Siri for directions, I was able to get to my destination simply by following the instructions piped into my ear by the Era. (Of course, you can do this with any pair of earphones with a built-in microphone; the Era just makes it that much easier and more elegant.)

The Era was also surprisingly useful for listening to light background music and podcasts. Sound quality was decent, though it wasnt as loud as I would have liked. It was more comfortable than the wired headphones I usually wear while wandering around the city, especially since I didnt have to worry about any cords. I still noticed the occasional look of disgust from other subway riders, though yes, the poor Bluetooth headset still cant get any love today, even though, ironically enough, many people are sporting earbuds or giant headphones of their own.

Ive used several Bluetooth headsets over the years, and while Ive liked plenty of these, Ive yet to fall in love with any of them. Once the initial honeymoon period wears off, they typically end up gathering dust on my desk. The Era isnt quite the Bluetooth headset of my dreams, but it comes the closest.

The bad: No battery life improvements; it still looks like a Bluetooth headset
On the one hand, we should praise Jawbone for keeping the same four-to-five-hour battery life as the previous, larger Era headset. On the other, it really stinks having to charge it in the middle of the day.

The Jawbone Era charging caseDevindra Hardawar/VentureBeat

Jawbone, at least, recognizes that sort of battery life doesnt cut it these days so while it couldnt pack in more juice, its offering the next best thing with the Era: a tiny portable charging case. Its no different from any other USB battery pack you can get on Amazon. It stores enough juice to fully recharge the Era, and it includes a USB output to simplify the charging process.

While convenient, Jawbone is also cheating a bit by including the battery pack. It allows the company to claim that you can get around 10 hours of battery life with the Era, even when the device itself only reaches half that. Jawbone isnt lying, but the slight confusion around the Eras total battery life when using the battery pack has tripped up many journalists. And if thats the case, Im sure most consumers wont realize the Era doesnt get 10 hours of battery life on its own.

Additionally, while the Era is one of the smallest headsets Ive used, it still looks distinctly like a Bluetooth headset. So unfortunately for Jawbone, it likely wont win over people who wouldnt be caught dead wearing a headset. (But really, we wont see something like that until theres a major breakthrough in battery technology.)

Jawbone Era

The verdict: A Bluetooth headset for a new era
Unless you have serious moral and aesthetic reservations against Bluetooth headsets, the Era is worth a look. It does a great job with calls, and its convenient for speaking voice commands to your phone.

Now more than ever, consumers seem ready to accept Bluetooth headsets. Just look around at all the headphones the next time youre out in public weve trained ourselves to be connected to our devices physically.

Now, we just need to get used to doing so wirelessly.

If you use Motorola DP3400 two way radios at work, then you need to look at these earpieces

earpieceWhat will you do if i said I had found a radio accessory article that is not only interesting but informative as well? I knew you wouldn’t believe me, so here it is the informative, excellent and interesting editorial

Last time we mentioned that James Bond might use the earpiece were about to describe if he were helping a mate to guard a nightclub. We realize that its a bizarre situation to find yourself in, but its probably happened a couple of times in some early Ian Fleming drafts…(Editors Note: Wow. Thats quite a tangent. Well done).

The DP3400 earpiece looks good, works well and doesnt cost a lot of money. You really cant fault it on its merits.

The DP3400 earpiece features an HQ PTT earpiece that provides incredible clarity and depth of sound. Any instruction, even if a laryngitis-stricken Muttley delivers it to you from a library somewhere, will be clear, clean and crisp to the ear.

But thats not all, not by a long shot. The transparent tube is almost invisible, designed specifically for secrecy and discretion; it even comes with an extra earbud.

It even has (and we swear were not making this up) a hidden micro-speaker located at the base of the centre of the PTT switch.

Earpieceonline lists this product at 27.50, but that strikes us a genuine bargain. This earpiece is covert, brilliantly made and extremely high quality. It is also durable and hard wearing. Of most of the devices we have looked at to date, this DP3400 earpiece is unquestionably the coolest looking. By way of performance, it’s also the best one we have seen so far.

The DP3400 earpiece is compatible with LOADS of Motorola (and Motorola TRBO radios) including (but by no means limited to): DP, DGP, XPR and XiR Series. XiR-P8200, XiR-P8208, XiR-P8260, XiR-P8268, XPR6300, XPR6350, XPR6500, XPR6550, DGP-4150, DGPTM 4150+, DGPTM 6150, DGPTM 6150+, DP-3400, DP-3401, DP-3600 and DP-3601.

Overall, this is a fine device. The DP3400 is an excellent earpiece, available at a pretty competitive price, with a cool, functional design and a lot going for it. No, this isnt the same model that the CIA use when guarding Mr. Obama, but it isnt a hundred million miles removed, either. This earpiece will do a good job, whilst at the same time not breaking the bank.

Next episode, we will bid you a tearful goodbye as we embark on the last in our series of two-way radio earpieces. Well be looking at the most expensive item on this list and making some more dumb jokes, stick around.

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‘iPotty’ is Pure Crap, Says Child Consumer Group

So i found this short article on the net and i was told that just posting it like a whole article isn’t the right thing, I got permission from the original author and read up the way to curate posts, so this is it…….i thought this was fascinating because it highlights some of the highs and lows that I encountered when i was working inside the industry.

The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC) has officially selected the ‘iPotty’ (from CTA Digital) as the worst toy of 2013.

In case you’re wondering, the iPotty consists of a basic potty setup, but with the added innovation of a stand for holding an iPad (apparently an aid to toilet training). I’m also assuming that there is an app. There’s always an app.

Once the infant is placed on the potty, the iPad can be rotated 360 degrees around the seat on its stand, meaning that the device can be switched between vertical and horizontal views. The iPotty even has a protective touchscreen for use in case of…Well, you get the idea.

However, that’s not all. You’d think it would be, but it isn’t. The iPotty also has a clip-on cover that converts it into a regular seat, so your child can enjoy a quiet, insular, sedentary activity in the exact same place they just took a dump.

The CCFC’s TOADY (Toys Oppressive and Destructive to Young children) award, a dubious honour that the group bestows upon the worst toy released over a 12-month period, is a rather damning indictment of the iPotty’s usefulness.

Despite being described by its manufacturers as a “comfortable and fun place to learn to use the potty”, the CCFC’s Michelle Salcedo said that, “Children should be aware of the cues in their bodies as they learn. This toy takes this social/emotional focus out of the process and substitutes the hypnotism of a screen,” CCFC voter Alex Reynard added that the iPotty, “not only reinforces unhealthy overuse of digital media, it’s aimed at toddlers. We should NOT be giving them the message that you shouldn’t even take your eyes off a screen long enough to pee.”

He’s got a point.

According to the CCFC, potty training ought to be a time of positive interaction between child and parents. Sigmund Freud also famously suggested that potty training is a vitally important time for the development of a child’s psychology.

The iPotty is available online for about £30, but the iPad itself will need to be sourced separately (they start at about £400, so I’d suggest instructing your child to read a book instead, like the rest of us do).

Evidently, a parent did not design this device, as any parent knows that it is hard enough to get your child to focus on the task at hand in the first place, without throwing a few levels of ‘Angry Birds’ into the mix as well.

Amazingly, were CTA Digital to have marketed this product to a certain variety of adult, I personally believe that it would have been very popular indeed.

Anyway, that’s all from me this year!

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Audiofly AF160

With very little information on the internet about radio accessory’s, it is very rare when we get a chance to re post, with permission, an article from this industry.

earpieceDesign
The bulky maroon/brown-and-black earpieces let you know immediately that the AF160 means business. Its easily detachable, black-and-gray braided cable descends from each earpiece, then joins into a single cord with a cloth casing. Semi-rigid wiring near the earpieces offers a moldable, extremely secure, over-the-ear fit. There’s no in-line remote control or microphoneyour next clue that the AF160 is not for the casual listener.

Armed with a handsome brown leather hard case, the AF160 feels like a luxury item. It comes with six pairs of eartips: three of the standard silicone round variety, and three flange-shaped pairs. Also included: An earwax-cleaning tool, a 1/4-inch headphone jack adapter, and an airplane jack adapter. No one can accuse Audiofly of skimping on accessories or design details.

Performance
Calling the AF160 light on bass response would be doing the earphones a bit of a disservice. In an era of overly bass-boosted earphones and headphones that shift the balance way too far toward the lows, the AF160’s sound signature is a breath of fresh air. On tracks with tremendous low frequency content, like The Knife’s “Silent Shout,” the AF160 delivers the closest thing to a clinical, flat response sound I have heard in earphones in quite some time. However, at top (and unsafe) listening levels, it also distorts quite a bit on this track. That should never happen in this price range. At more moderate levels, the AF160 sounds defiantly light on low frequencies, with a focus on the high-mids and highs.

Audiofly AF160 inlineI was curious to see if the AF160 was capable of producing big bass sound when forced to, so I connected the earphones to my Marantz stereo receiver and pumped the bass level to maximum. Interestingly, at moderate-to-loud volumes, the AF160 suddenly delivered some beautifully rich, vibrant bass. It’s a bit odd that it needed the Marantz receiver’s bass levels to be maxed out in order to deliver any real semblance of low-end, but the point is that the AF160 is capable of bringing out the lows in a mix you if use an equalizer, either on your mobile device, or on your stereo at home. It just doesn’t do very much of this on its own.

Back to regular listening on my iPhone 5s, Bill Callahan’s “Drover” sounds crisp and beautiful on the AF160. Yes, it’s again light on the low frequencies, but its focus on the treble edge of his baritone vocals and the guitar strumming deliver this mix cleanly and powerfully. This approach can’t work too well for all genres, however.

On Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “No Church in the Wild”, the kick drum loop gets a nice boost to its attack, so that the hits slice through the mix. It sounds sharp and clean, but the loop lacks much in the way of bass presence, and the sub-bass synth hits that punctuate the beat have very little low frequency power. For electronic tracks like The Knife’s and modern pop and hip hop mixes like this one, the AF160’s approach to bass seems a bit too gentle and hands-off. These types of tracks can end up sounding weak.

Classical tracks, like John Adams’ “The Chairman Dances,” manage to sound a bit fuller than I would have guessed based on the sounds of the previous tracks. The higher register strings, brass, woodwinds, and percussion take center stage here, with focused sound that is never too bright. The lower register strings, however, somehow seem to have a little extra life at times. It’s nothing like what some bass boost might bring out in them, but it is more presence than the sub-bass frequencies have on the aforementioned tracks. Basically, this is the epitome of a flat-response style sound signaturea sound that is less popular now than ever, as the ubiquity of mega-bass changes the balance of mixes, and perhaps even the way some engineers approach mixing.

If your budget is sky-high and you want an even more pro-level-style in-ear pair, the Shure SE846$999.00 at Amazon and Sennheiser IE 800$999.99 at Crutchfield both sound amazing. You can also find the clinical sound minus the AF160’s pricing in earphone pairs like the Etymotic ER-4PT$264.99 at Amazon, the go-to flat response in-ear pair for years now, and the Westone W10$199.99 at Amazon with its slightly more low-end-focused balance. I was turned off by the AF160’s distortion considering its price, but at normal levels it’s not an issue. I tend to like a bit more bass response than what the AF160 offers, so I’d probably augment the low-end a bit with a subtle EQ, Plenty of listeners who a flat, mids-and-highs-focused won’t be disappointed, though. From the secure fit to the classy design and accessories, the Audiofly AF160 is every bit a high-end, audiophile-grade earphone; monvans.com, pairif you can get past the distortion at top volumes.

worst toy of 2013 is the ipotty

The basis of the post is to make you consider what in life is essential and what does getting the new technological advancement really mean to us

The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC) has officially selected the ‘iPotty’ (from CTA Digital) as the worst toy of 2013.

In case you’re wondering, the iPotty consists of a basic potty setup, but with the added innovation of a stand for holding an iPad (apparently an aid to toilet training). I’m also assuming that there is an app. There’s always an app.

Once the infant is placed on the potty, the iPad can be rotated 360 degrees around the seat on its stand, meaning that the device can be switched between vertical and horizontal views. The iPotty even has a protective touchscreen for use in case of…Well, you get the idea.

However, that’s not all. You’d think it would be, but it isn’t. The iPotty also has a clip-on cover that converts it into a regular seat, so your child can enjoy a quiet, insular, sedentary activity in the exact same place they just took a dump.

The CCFC’s TOADY (Toys Oppressive and Destructive to Young children) award, a dubious honour that the group bestows upon the worst toy released over a 12-month period, is a rather damning indictment of the iPotty’s usefulness.

Despite being described by its manufacturers as a “comfortable and fun place to learn to use the potty”, the CCFC’s Michelle Salcedo said that, “Children should be aware of the cues in their bodies as they learn. This toy takes this social/emotional focus out of the process and substitutes the hypnotism of a screen,” CCFC voter Alex Reynard added that the iPotty, “not only reinforces unhealthy overuse of digital media, it’s aimed at toddlers. We should NOT be giving them the message that you shouldn’t even take your eyes off a screen long enough to pee.”

He’s got a point.

According to the CCFC, potty training ought to be a time of positive interaction between child and parents. Sigmund Freud also famously suggested that potty training is a vitally important time for the development of a child’s psychology.

The iPotty is available online for about £30, but the iPad itself will need to be sourced separately (they start at about £400, so I’d suggest instructing your child to read a book instead, like the rest of us do).

Evidently, a parent did not design this device, as any parent knows that it is hard enough to get your child to focus on the task at hand in the first place, without throwing a few levels of ‘Angry Birds’ into the mix as well.

Amazingly, were CTA Digital to have marketed this product to a certain variety of adult, I personally believe that it would have been very popular indeed.

Anyway, that’s all from me this year!

Who Needs Spy Earpiece?

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The most people delusion, especially who have never used wireless spy earpiece gadgets, is that the spy earpieces can be only used by dishonest students. But it is not true. You can also take advantage of spy communication with the help of a miniature wireless spy earpiece. There the list of careers that may use spy earpiece:

Businessman. What is a successful businessman? It is a successful man who feels confident in front of a large audience. Successful businessman can exhibit his ideas in a convincing manner. And now the question? Do you think he has all these abilities given to him by nature? Of course, they aren’t! You can also feel persuasive and confident if you use spy gsm gadget. You can receive necessary information in real time by this gadget while carrying on negotiations.

Public man. The main advantage of a public man is confidence in front of a large audience. If you is a public man, you always in the center of everybody’s attention. You make no mistakes. But if you sight-read your speech you will lose trust and respect. So the best solution to this problem is again wireless spy earpiece gadgets. Your assistant will make sure you remember all your arguments.

Policies. During the press conference, during an interview at the time of election rallies and debates, you can use the spy arpiece to communicate with your staff, to support communication with your helpers.

Security Guard. It is very difficult to keep the situation under control. Special secrets used by all professional guards are wireless spy earpiece. With the help of this spy gadget you can receive information about what is going on in another place. You can give also instructions to co-workers. Thereby, you can intermingled with the crowd and keep everything under control.

A police officer. You can use the earpiece in any emergency – it will never fail you. During the special operation, during normal daily raids, during proverkiki premises, while patrolling the streets. In any situation, you can keep in touch with a partner or with a central office.

Student. Cannot but mentioning students as the basic users of the spy gadgets. Thanks to the wireless spy earpiece you can pass any exam without sleepless nights. According to researches, the most of students who use the spy gadgets not careless people. On the contrary, they are people which on some reasons make it impossible to get ready to the exam in time.

Unemployed. When searching for a new job you will need to spy earpiece. You will be able to pass any job interview and get a paying job. You only need to buy the spy earpiece and you will be hired to work on that dream.

These are some professions that need assistance. But this list is not limited only by refer careers. Now you know the key to success. So do not waste your time to achieve your purpose with the help of an outstanding spy gadget – wireless spy earpiece. Spy Earpiece Store offers their customers wide array of spy earpieces.

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Robots in space, the Kirobo

So to continue my run of content pieces on this website, I have decided to share one of my favourite posts this week. I used to be cautious to add it to a site as I really did not want to offend the original author, but I hope he/she is happy that I loved reading their work and wanted to share it with my readers.

Robots are in the news a lot lately. From Google’s mysterious plans to do something vaguely robotic over the next ten years (we’re not allowed to know exactly what), to Amazon’s proposal to build flying drones for international deliveries, it seems that the metal munchkins are everywhere, but none are as cute, nor as interesting, as Kirobo.

Resembling a cross between a mid-90’s SNES protagonist and an overgrown Lego man, Kirobo the robot stands at just 33CM tall (which is still positively gargantuan for a Lego man). His claim to fame? Kirobo is the world’s first robot astronaut and is currently orbiting the Earth aboard the International Space Station (ISS), where he has been since August of this year.

Kirobo was designed and built during a collaboration between an advertising company called Dentsu, the University of Tokyo and car manufacturers Toyota. He was designed as a companion for Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata, who is perhaps best known as the first Japanese person to command the ISS.

Kirobo’s creators hope that the diminutive robot will provide emotional support to Wakata, providing interesting sociological data regarding whether robotic companions can comfort individuals who are subjected to long periods of isolation.

Kirobo has been specially designed to navigate zero gravity environments, he can also speak and understand spoken commands. In fact, Kirobo has many of the same properties as a smartphone in that he can record video and make (very) long distance calls (although his high score on ‘Juice Cubes’ is not yet a matter of public record). Kirobo’s facial recognition software means that he can recognise and react to certain individuals (presumably empathizing with their moods).

In addition to being a cutting edge piece of technology, Kirobo also appears to be of a friendly disposition, the little guy has already called us from space, saying, “My dream is to see human beings and robots live together as friends,”
Kirobo also reportedly requested Wakata’s presence at the station, saying “I really want to see you soon”, he’ll be waiting a long time, however, as Wakata is not due at the ISS for about eleven months.

Golf Clubs: You use Them While You’re at Them: Communication on the Green

Again a different piece i thought was remarkable on the subject of radio accessory’s, what would you do if i didn’t post this ehh? you’d have to look at the original content, the chances you found it would be slim, so deem yourself fortunate that i’ve shared this glorious short article with you.

Golf clubs (by which we mean the locations, not the implements) are huge expanses of land. They cover vast distances, employ large amounts of people and are reasonably complicated environments to run.

In addition to the necessity of expedient communication between various layers of management, general health and safety concerns and the dedication required to keep a good course looking pristine, two way radios are vital to golf clubs for keeping staff connected with each other. They also help to provide security over large spaces and much more besides. Let’s go into all this in a bit more detail, shall we?

Two-way radios are easy to use, cost effective and supremely reliable. A mobile phone (or similar gadget) simply would not be anywhere near as dependable in the same circumstances, especially when one considers that most of a golf course is outdoors and therefore subject to weather, atmospheric conditions and other intangibles.

Two-way radios are rugged devices, designed for use on all kinds of terrain. When the tasks required are largely outdoors, it makes sense to employ the same technology that soldiers use in the desert or the police use in the city, doesn’t it?

Radios offer a fast and effective response to emergencies of any kind. Instant communication is a vital tool when it comes to reporting on a mishap and ensuring that help arrives A.S.A.P. Radios also allow staff to report on the condition of the green, relaying player feedback directly to management, ensuring a swift and professional response to any concerns. This, in turn, can help to cultivate customer loyalty, providing a good club with legions of devoted players who will attract other customers and thus provide the club with steady business.

But that isn’t all a walkie-talkie is good for at a golf course. In general, golf courses require a high degree of management skill and the key to good management is good communication. Two-way radios help to ensure that the on-course staff are prepared for the player’s individual needs. Radios help the other amenities of the club (shops, restaurants, toilets etc) to run smoothly and continue to offer high standards and quality service.

Without radios, a golf club would require several levels of management, if only to handle all the travel between spaces. The management of a decent course would represent a logistical nightmare. A long, leisurely round of golf (enjoyed by everyone from Larry David to Alice Cooper) could instead represent a stress-filled, obstacle-riddled game that many would give up on before they ever even teed off.

Noise Cancelling Headset With Mic

For years people have been telling me that relations, love and happiness are the most important things in life…Now I realise that I can take or leave all that so long as We have this radio earpiece in the world.

Although I am a music performer, my contact with headset mics in actual fact commenced with my passion as a game player.
The headset microphone, in reality, is not really in general utilised in rock ‘n roll music performance. A lot of people don’t seriously believe in them. To start with, they just don’t appear that cool to many men and women. Second of all, everyone is familiar with hefty, substantive microphones.

A lot of people don’t believe that a tiny microphone like that is going to do anything.

However, when I got a new modest gamer microphone head set, I was genuinely impressed with the quality of the sound. That modest headset mike had a loads of clarity, and even though it really didn’t have enough physical structure to function as a vocal microphone for any professional music performer, it forced me to be curious about higher-quality headsets.

I traveled to an area music retail store and used quite a few headset mics. I was seriously blown away. What really snagged my interest were the noise reducing headphones. I made the decision to go for broke and buy a cordless microphone that I could use for performing.

Because of this, I could move all over as well as sing on stage without being concerned regarding tangling wires as well as the loss of the audio.
I was a bit apprehensive that I could have challenges attempting to keep the wireless headset mike positioned, but I need not have been. The whole thing ended up great. Headset mics are normally pretty well fashioned ergonomically. Should you have a chance to try one on before you decide upon it, remember to boogie around a little bit.
Get animated. If they fit you properly, they ought to remain practically fully in place. Mine provided excellent sound quality throughout my whole show.

I had no problem in any way with it slipping, and got some of the best vocal miking I had ever experienced. And I needn’t have stressed about that head set microphone looking funny there. It was actually hardly observable. While a noise cancelling headset isn’t the most suitable option pertaining to shows, I adore my set when I am simply travelling or chilling.

One determination about bluetooth headset mics that I had not considered was whether or not to acquire one with earphones or not. I figured that I didn’t really need headphones to perform songs and, from a technical perspective, I actually did not. I got none. Nevertheless, when I picked up another head set microphone, I was totally surprised by the options.

Instead of using a monitor, I could listen to everything directly in the headphones. Not merely did this lower the amount of gear I needed to have with me, but it allowed me to get a sharper image of what our show sounded like. Plus it was much less expensive!

A few sets of nice earphones are cheaper when compared to a few monitors for the group.