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Samsung WEP500 Comes Into 2012 Olympics Season

Posted Aug 03 2012 8:59am

Keep on listening to get the wonderful affairs of the current Olympics. Then headphones should be comfortable and Flexible for the excitement while hearing the nice news, such as one of athletes won the gold medals for your country. It is also the case and we need to take that kind of situation into consideration. Samsung seems to predict the situations and some problems would happen in this thrilling Olympics season.

In this circumstance, Samsung has a very small-sized Bluetooth headset now available in the US market at headphones outlet store s, measuring only about the diameter of a quarter and 7.7mm thick. The WEP500 headset uses wireless Bluetooth to connect to a mobile phone and provide hands free convenience through a headset that’s less noticeable than most. The WEP500 advertises only 3.5 hours of talk time and 80 hours of standby which implies that Samsung might have skimped on battery of monster lady gaga heartbeats to keep the device small. It also comes with a small hard case to keep the device in, which think is probably the coolest part of the whole product.

With its WEP500, Samsung brings the world an even smaller Bluetooth headset than last year’s WEP200. Unfortunately, the WEP200 was a device burdened with problems such as echo issues. Well, Samsung is back from the drawing board and this time it has included echo cancellation and noise reduction.

The buttons on the WEP500 are easy to press and convenient to operate. I did however have a problem with the multifunction button which is positioned in a manner that had me inadvertently pressing it a few times while trying to position the monster beats turbine headphones properly. The good news is this became less of a problem as I learned to avoid it, but I found it to be an occasional problem. Experimenting with the positioning of the earpiece helped with this as well.

A tone on the WEP500 Monster Beats By Dr Dre Tour earphone signals an incoming call, a quick tap of the multifunction button allows you to answer, and a sustained press will reject the call if your phone supports the feature.

Similarly, a quick press of the multifunction button with no call incoming will redial your last call, while a sustained press will initiate voice-activated calling on supporting phones. A muting feature is present as well; activate and deactivate the microphone with an extended press of either volume button. A quick press of the multifunction button will terminate an active call easily. The new Bluetooth NFL Monster Beats headset retails for $119.

For more information, please refer to http://www.headphones11.com

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