Accuratus iMage Beatz - Perfect companion for iDevices

4/21/2012 3:49:01 PM

These wireless headphones that have warm sound can be difficult to control

Are you sick of wires wrapped around when listening to music? Try a Bluetooth headset, such as iMage Beatz of Accuratus.

An interesting thing is that Beatz usually avoids the common disadvantages of wireless models. First, they are quite cheap - do not really cheap, but in the reach of ordinary users. While only one model in our wireless headphones group test in the last issue has the price under $120.

The sound quality of the Bluetooth headset is sometime affected - interference signal can get into. Except for the lacking of clarity, we really appreciate the sound power of this headset. They are warm, rich and good at handling average volume bass.

However, the high volume can make them a little distorted, and can create sound leak. They are not designed for sound insulation.

Description: Description: Accuratus iMage Beatz

Physically, Beatz is great, with a compact, smart and comfortable but solid fit on the top. You can adjust their size by extending their hands, and fold they for portability.

Physically, Beatz is great, with a compact, smart and comfortable but solid fit on the top. You can adjust their size by extending their hands, and fold they for portability.

The major problem we encountered was with the built-in touch controls. There is a big center button allows you to answer and end calls, which worked well, but it is surrounded by four controls to increase or decrease the volume, Past-Forward and rewind, and they do not do well. First, it is difficult to identify them when we can not see - all you have are symbols carved on each control, and as you touch your finger on, it will enable. And they may not be sensitive.

An attractive product has enough qualification and satisfied users. Of course, Accuratus iMage Beatz is not cheap, but as a wireless headset, they are not too expensive; sound quality and comfort are strong points. We recommend that you should control the song by using iPhone, instead of the inconvenience preset control.


Likes: good sound quality; comfortable; intelligent design

Dislikes: the controls on the headset is difficult to use - especially rewind.

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