Tuesday, July 23rd 2013

G-CUBE Audio Announces New BH-860 Bluetooth 3.0 Headphones

G-CUBE Audio, a global leader in consumer electronics technology, today announced the availability of the BH-860 headphone series, a high-definition headphone backed by the company's supreme audio technology for the clearest sound available. Featuring Noise Cutout technology and a faster data transferring rate, the BH-860 HD headphones have an MSRP of $79.99 and are available online at Amazon.com and Newegg.

G-CUBE Audio's BH-860 Bluetooth 3.0 headphones, backed by supreme audio technology, enhance the clarity and sharpness, without compensating bass. From studio producers to online gamers, the BH-860 offers features that support a variety of users. The Remote Music Control device eases the user's ability to travel through their music library, and is capable of connecting to multiple Bluetooth devices simultaneously.

The BH-860 headphone series features the following:
  • Six levels of built-in EQ configurations, including Jazz, Pop, Live, Rock, Classic and Default
  • Faster Data Transfer Rate - users with Bluetooth v3.0 can enjoy faster data transfer while listening to music
  • Incorporated aptX technology
  • Noise Cutout technology featuring wind noise reduction with CSR CVC technology, eliminating unwanted background noise
  • Smart Power Management technology enabling less power consumption for longer battery life
  • Foldable design for easy travel
The BH-860 headphones are equipped with metal sheet housing, avoiding deformation, providing strength and sturdiness during travel. The BH-860 provides comfort and durability, as it is encased with an Eco-Care silicon headband, and also prevents sweat and odor from diluting the headset.
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3 Comments on G-CUBE Audio Announces New BH-860 Bluetooth 3.0 Headphones

#1
Sasqui
I'm looking for a good pair of over-the-ear BT headphones with noise cancellation... mainly for mowing the lawn and doing other noisy things outside the house. Would these suffice?

I've used my in-the-ear BT headphones (not noise blocking), with noise muff over them, like these:



Works ok, but not great.
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alwayssts
by: Sasqui
I'm looking for a good pair of over-the-ear BT headphones with noise cancellation... mainly for mowing the lawn and doing other noisy things outside the house...
You and me both, brother. I like my tiny Creative set that is similar to these (but without noise cancellation or eq settings), but I do not know why there is not a bigger apt-x enabled market with features like this (or even better, optional 3.5mm jacks to use as gaming headsets). On-the-ear is okay, but over-the-ear is better.

I think the Logitech UE 9000 should be a strong contender if you can afford them. They are widely regarded as top-notch.
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81Z3cf9F3OL._SL1500_.jpg

I am personally awaiting the Creative Evo ZXR to crop up next month and be reviewed (perhaps by TPU?) and make a decision from there. While still on-the-ear, the 50mm drivers, noise cancellation, 3.5mm jack, and on-board processor (used in their current sound cards) sounds at the very least intriguing, if not potentially awesome.
Creative Sound Blaster EVO ZxR 3.5mm/ USB Connecto...
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Sasqui
by: alwayssts
You and me both, brother. I like my tiny Creative set that is similar to these (but without noise cancellation or eq settings), but I do not know why there is not a bigger apt-x enabled market with features like this (or even better, optional 3.5mm jacks to use as gaming headsets). On-the-ear is okay, but over-the-ear is better.

I think the Logitech UE 9000 should be a strong contender if you can afford them. They are widely regarded as top-notch.
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81Z3cf9F3OL._SL1500_.jpg

I am personally awaiting the Creative Evo ZXR to crop up next month and be reviewed (perhaps by TPU?) and make a decision from there. While still on-the-ear, the 50mm drivers, noise cancellation, 3.5mm jack, and on-board processor (used in their current sound cards) sounds at the very least intriguing, if not potentially awesome.
Creative Sound Blaster EVO ZxR 3.5mm/ USB Connecto...
Yea, neither is particularly inexpensive.... ouch. For outdoor use, I'd prefer something rugged and less than $100! As It would be abused.
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