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Motorola Mobility Introduces the S11-FLEX HD Wireless Stereo Headphones

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    A fit made for you, a sound all its own. The new Motorola S11-FLEX HD wireless stereo headphones deliver HD audio and feature five adjustment points to create a super-customized fit. Made with you in mind, these headphones will stay snug while delivering pulse-pounding sound during your most rigorous workouts. S11-FLEX HD will be available beginning Oct. 28, 2012 at Best Buy and online at Motorola.com and Best Buy.com for $129.99.

    The first of its kind, S11-FLEX HD has a flexible outer band, adjustable inner band, and telescoping and rotating ear pieces which let you adjust your headphones so they feel lightweight, balanced and ready for even the most intense workouts. And thanks to protective seals and moisture-repelling mesh, sweat stays out and music stays on. Did we mention it's wireless? Whether you're working out or walking to work, you'll never worry about losing your sound with slipping ear buds or a yanked cord again. The S11-FLEX HD headphones can stream music up to 150 feet from your smartphone or music player so you can do a circuit at the gym, clean the house or work in the yard without having a music player hugging your hip.

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    "It's a custom-fit world with fashion, furniture and even food being created to fit the unique needs of every individual - we decided technology shouldn't be any different," said Dickon Isaacs, Design Director, Consumer Experience Design, Motorola Mobility. "That's why we built upon our popular S9 and S10 series to create an amazing headset that can be tailored and custom fit just for you."

    The pulse-pounding audio from the S11-FLEX HD will blow you away. Advanced acoustic technology delivers crystal clear highs and body-thumping bass to keep you grooving whether you're at a packed gym, running through a noisy downtown or on a quiet trail run. Plus, with customizable equalizer settings, you get to decide how to listen to your music. Pump up the bass, choose virtual surround sound, or go for a more balanced setting. The multi-function button on the headset makes choosing your settings easy and the sound will beat even your favorite wired headphones.

    "S11-FLEX HD delivers the kind of sound you'd only expect from a wired headset - high quality, crystal clear audio -- with the ability to adjust the fit and customize the sound for a personalized experience that no other product delivers and without the wires," said Cedric Welch, Senior Director, Companion Products, Motorola Mobility.

    S11-FLEX HD works just as hard to keep you connected as it does to keep you jamming during a workout. Perfect for a hands-free commute, the dual high-performance mics deliver top-of-the line noise cancellation for crystal-clear sounding calls that other headsets simply can't offer.

    Additional features:

    ● Dedicated music and volume controls for easy adjustments
    ● Multiple ear cushion models in various sizes to maximize fit and sound
    ● A quick five-minute charge fuels a full-hour workout with music
    ● A 15-minute charge delivers your favorite workout tracks for up to three hours
    ● Universal compatibility with devices from all major brands.

    For more information on S11-FLEX HD, click here.
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    Hmm... how is the music streamed? Wifi, bluetooth?
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    duel mics? I wonder how it sounds, might have to check it out
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    Bluetooth,...

    They are nice but not ~$129.99 nice,....at least not IMO.

    ~$49.99,....maybe,...

    ~$39.99,...sure,.. ;)
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    Ear buds too. For $130 I'd expect a more open system.

    One problem to note with the headset feature. If you are driving on the road with both ears plugged up, police aren't going to like that too much. Well, maybe not all areas are like that but some it is illegal to have headphones on or both ears covered while driving.
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    The legality issue aside with respect to driving while using headphones of any kind over both ears,….one would think common sense would kick in before law enforcement had to get evolved.
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    Do really want Wifi or Bluetuth by your head?
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    no, i don't. many wont care. but anything thats 150 feet range from your phone is using your head as an antenna (just like if you hold your car fob against your head it can blip from huge distances)
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    HAHAHA, to me no driver should be able to use any other device while driving as every thing is a distraction to some degree.

    Umm dual mic part kinda cool not sure about the wireless part though. The blue tooth remote to a PS3 is sweet how ever the MS blue tooth mouse sucks ass massive time.. So kinda makes me wounder..
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    LOL, a lot of laptops have WiFi and Bluetooth. Most people put a laptop on their lap at some point and I recall hearing that it can be attributed to the cause of sterility in men (or decrease in swimmers).

    I also suspect putting a phone (with bilt in cell, WiFi and Bluetooth) directly to your head is worse then just a Bluetooth headset.

    I would use a Bluetooth headset like this for a 30min to 1hr jog but that's about it whereas most people would use a laptop next to their junk for a lot longer then that,.....

    In my car I would just use the built in Bluetooth so it wouldn't be in direct physical contact.

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