Can I change my name to ‘prettypicturesexciteme’?
o.k. I need meh community help, (not psychological you idiots!). I’ve bought many bluetooth thingies from here, and given them away, which makes people think I’m very generous, but it’s because I’m an idiot.
Sorry to veer left there, but, I have to buy a new phone, after no cell for like 5 months. I’m gonna spend like $200 on a used phone–what kind–I have no idea—it’s so confusing.
Should I buy these now, cause it’s a great deal and worry later? I love that wrap-around-da-ear thing—it’s the only kind I wear (koss kcs 75’s mostly).
My last pair broke at the ear piece , by virtue of storing it in my jacket pocket instead of the zippered case they provided. I didn’t have anything else in the pocket and it was an easy day. But the next morning the ear bud was snapped off. Still charges, and left ear still works. But use the case!
Back in 2006 I took a friend’s advice and tried to replace sugar with zero-calorie sweeteners and cut out soda - it was a diet thing, and I never lost any weight. However I felt terrific for a couple months (I’ve continued to keep the sugar low but have not felt that good since.) Also, I have not had the flu since, and I used to get it almost every year. I still occasionally get the sniffles, but I have not had a full-blown cold since, and I used to get about two every winter.
One pair is still working fine. The other was nothing but trouble. First they didn’t like getting sweat on the controller. After a run, sweat caused the buttons to stop working and added some annoying static to the audio. The static went away after they dried, but the volume buttons never quite worked the same after that. Then the right earpiece snapped. It still worked but it flopped around a bit. Finally the whole thing stopped taking a charge and would not power up. Off to electronics recycling heaven for that pair.
The second pair still works though so 50/50. And at $18 for 2… I’m still tempted
I’ve got something similar. If these are like mine, there is a tiny hole on the back of the ear pod - a vent, or something. Cover that hole with a tiny bit of electrical tape, and the bass improves a great deal. Don’t know if these are the same, but I couldn’t stand listening to mine until I plugged those holes.