The Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones use Bluetooth v2.1+EDR and have a mic built in for voice calls. The headphones are good for about 32 feet from your device and power comes from a rechargeable 230mAh battery. Talk time for the headphones is up to 11 hours and music listening is up to ten hours with a standby rating of 250 hours. You can order the Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones right now for $79.99.
The Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones have very cool design with a rectangular shape and all black construction. The headband is matte black and when you slide the ear pieces down to fit your head the parts under the band look like brushed aluminum. The style is very nice. The headphones have foam padding on the ear cups. Those ear cups sit on your ears and fit snugly.
I noticed that the Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones wanted to swing down in my face if I moved around too much while wearing them unless I really cinched them snugly to my head. The Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones have controls on the earpiece for volume, track, and voice calls. You can leave your compatible phone in your pocked and control all you want right from the headphones.
Like all headphones, the real thing that most of us want to know about is the song quality. The Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones have decent bass, mids, and highs. The drivers are clearly tuned towards bass and the bass is impressively deep for a wireless headphone. The mids and highs were muted compared to other headphones I have used and the test track wasn’t as nuanced as one some of the better wired offerings I have tried.
I think that your average music phone user would find these headphones to be good and work quite well. The style may not be to the linking of some since it's not traditional, but overall the Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones are attractive and work well.
The mic works well enough allowing you to make and receive calls with ease. I did notice that the mic tended to pick up some room noise during a call. In my testing, I wasn't able to get quite 32 feet away before the music started to skip and stutter. I have been able to get much further from my device with other Bluetooth headsets before skipping and stuttering music was an issue.
If you want a set of wireless headphones and prefer bass over balanced sound the Subjekt Pulse Bluetooth Headphones might be a great choice for you.
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