Direct Beat System’s Bluetooth headphones are quite inexpensive and yet quite good when it comes to practicality and performance. The headphone’s look is very simple yet sleek, there is not too much going on. Its matte finish gives it that sophisticated look compared to the typical glossy headphones available from other headphone manufacturers out there.
It is lightweight and the ear cushions are soft to the touch. The earpieces can be extended longer to fit a variety of head sizes. The foldable design is also a plus. It can fit into anything, either a small bag or in a luggage pocket. It is user-friendly. The button functions are pretty much self-explanatory. An on/off button to switch it on or off, play/pause button, next/previous and an “M” button with a phone icon beside it to answer and drop calls.
There is a mini USB Charging port and it only takes 2-3 hours to fully charge it. It also comes with a 3.5mm cable for devices that does not support Bluetooth. The sound quality on these headphones is good considering the price it is being sold for. Turning the volume up on a mobile device and the headphones at the same time to maximize the loudness is a good idea to hear all that bass from all sorts of music. Anything can be heard clearly and seamlessly while listening to music or an audio book or when watching a movie from a computer. With the volume turned up on the headphones along with the device, the outside noise is completely blocked out.
After a few hours of use, it is still quite comfortable to the ears. The range goes as far as 10 meters. Within that range, the connection is seamless and is not cutting in and out when taking calls. Overall, the dBs Live headphone is a decent wireless headphone for its price.You can find out more here: http://www.directbeatsystems.com/