WootBot


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QFXtra: Hear all about it!

Sound can have fun too, you guys! It's not all technical stuff like decibels and bass and treble. Sound has a sense of humor. Sound loves adventure! It can come out of a karaoke machine or a funny car speaker or some slick bluetooth headphones! Luckily, QFX understands sound! Check it!
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inkycatz


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Do you have a novelty speaker? Are they as good as regular ones?

I'm just hanging out, really.

dewdrops


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Does anyone know if the headphones are the same as the Jaybird "sportsband":

http://www.jaybirdgear.com/sportsband-bluetooth-headphones/

They look identical. I have a pair of the jaybirds and have been happy with them.

first2summit


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dewdrops wrote:
They look identical. I have a pair of the jaybirds and have been happy with them.



They look exactly like the VAAS brand. I have the VAAS and they're not bad though I think the 33ft range is a bit generous.

trevytrevor


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dewdrops wrote:Does anyone know if the headphones are the same as the Jaybird "sportsband":

http://www.jaybirdgear.com/sportsband-bluetooth-headphones/

They look identical. I have a pair of the jaybirds and have been happy with them.



They are actually these http://www.qfxusa.com/ItemDetail.cfm?ItemID=1371#

The products are all QFX...

dijonnairy


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I have the headphones that are branded as Inland. Pretty good! Tho when it cuts out, it picks up where the music cut out and speed up to where it thinks it "should" be. Any Bluetooth experts know why this happens?