First the good things. The S9 is perfectly designed for its targeted audience. Even though it’s kinda strange to wear them for the first couple of times, you’ll get used to it pretty quickly thanks to the great ergonomics. The sound quality is good but the bass is where the S9 really shines. Finally, the overall look and build quality is there as well, even though Motorola managed to keep them lightweight (about 30 grams).
As for the negatives, the S9 will NOT work with all handsets — it is required that your device supports stereo Bluetooth (A2DP), but that’s actually not a problem with most of the modern handsets. In addition, the battery life of up to 6 hours of music listening, and 7 hours of phone talk time isn’t that great, though it’s more than enough for the average user, myself included. Then there’s the speech transfer quality which is somewhat expected — there’s external microphone. Finally, it takes some time to remember where each of the buttons is located.
The question is should you buy? If you jog, go to gym or do some other workout often, the answer is YES! The ROKR S9 is THE headset for “active” people. However, be warned that you’ll also want to have another (mono) headset for everyday’s use. When you’re driving for instance…
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