Looking for the best motorcycle Bluetooth headset for music? We are sure you are spoilt for choices – but how many of these really do offer the features you need?
The best motorcycle Bluetooth headset for music has to offer much more than seamless music connectivity – you need to be able to receive calls as well as communicate with other riders. And more importantly, A guide in choosing the best motorcycle bluetooth headset by Ironhorsetrading says you need to feel comfortable wearing it over longer hours – making it perfect for those long road trips.
The Top Things to Consider Before Buying the Best Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset for Music
Here are some of the things to help you make the right choice.
How long does it last? You need to look at the durability here to get a good choice.
How is the sound? Does it offer passive noise cancellation? How is the bass and the music level? Does the sound distort at higher levels?
How is the connectivity? You need it to be integrated with Bluetooth with everything from FM Radio to GPS to more.
How is the design? Would you feel comfortable wearing it for longer hours?
Presenting the Westone UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver
While thinking of a wireless headset, I am sure that there are multiple elements that we want as customers. However, not all of the brands provide them together.
If you are in search of a perfect wireless, Bluetooth headset that could be the answer for all your music problems, then your search just ends with Westone’s new launch UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver. It’s got all that you need from the best motorcycle Bluetooth headset for music – and as we will see below, a little more than what we need itself!
Westone has though, time and again brought a wide range of headsets to their customers – and the all-new Westone UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver doesn’t disappoint.
Top Features and Benefits
Here is a look at some of the things that make it among the best motorcycle Bluetooth headset for music.
Build and Design:
When we speak of the built and design, the Westone UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver has got a slender built justifying its in-ear design in every sense. However, it does come at the cost of its sturdiness regarding durability. Equipped with a think Kevlar cable, it is very much comfortable for long time wear.
However, in all these negative points the product still has the advantage of equipping you with a high resiliency of its cable. Made of plastic the model has MMCX connector that makes it easily replaceable as and when required. However, the USP of the design of the product lies clearly in its fitting. I found it very relaxing and hassle-free to wear it when I compared it with my other in-ear headset experiences like the Shure SE 425.
Considering all the ups and downs of the point and my personal experience, I would say that it provides a long- time wear – the center focus of any music maniac.
The sound is undoubtedly one of the strong points of the product. I was pleasantly surprised that the Westone UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver supported both the most essential qualities of a music specialist headset; depth teamed with clarity. Although being an avid listener of bass based music I was a little disappointed as its performance was not of the same level as the other elements.
However, I cannot miss mentioning how extraordinary it is when it comes to lower and mid-range frequencies. This is just the ideal headset for the ones who love jazz on the go, and I personally am a jazz lover.
When we buy a Bluetooth headset, maybe this is one of the key elements that we expect it to stand upon. The Westone UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver has surely stood on what it claims on. Its sheer noise canceling technology has allowed me to immerse in my song quitting the surrounding world temporarily.
The problem is that if you are looking for the best motorcycle Bluetooth headset for music, you might want to be able to tinker with the noise cancellation technology. You wouldn’t want to cancel all noise out when you are riding.
As the best motorcycle Bluetooth headset for music though, it could have an added feature – like those Bose in-ear headphones that can help you tinker around with both the options.
Speaking of performance, I would not mind saying that the Westone UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver provided me the much-needed comfort for my daily music doses especially when I am at the gym or on my bicycle or even moving on the train or bus.
Its low profile looks supported by a perfect fit has given me my much-needed privacy and daily entertainment.
Cushioned with five pairs of STAR silicone sleeves and 5 pairs of True-Fit foam tips it has given me the perfect level of ambient noise cancellation to enjoy my music.
Further, I would not like to forget to mention the handy access to play, pause and alter the volume of the music that the product offers you.
Users love the compact design on offer, and the foam tips that offer a comfortable experience.
Others love the noise cancellation – it’s passive but it does its job really well compared to other competitors.
Here is a look at some of the other best motorcycle bluetooth headset for music you can try out.
Sennheiser IE800 – If you are looking for clear music even at high volumes, it’s a great option.
ZelHer MX-10 In-Ear Headphones with Mic – If you are looking for superior sound quality and some great earbuds, you would love this one. The tangle free cables just add in to the charm.
NuForce Hem Dynamic In-Ear – A good many colors to choose from – whether it be charcoal black or red color. And offers integration with most voice assistance including Cortana and Siri.
The Final verdict:
Offered at a price of less than what you would spend for most headsets in that range the build, performance and sound quality and more importantly the comfort that the Westone UM Pro 20 Dual-Driver has to offer you is commendable.
If you are in search of a headset for your music aspirations, this product is totally worth a try.
Cab4me is the wonder app, in my humble opinion from Konrad Huebner and Henning Boerger’s. It uses Google Maps and GPS software to let you call a cab from wherever you are with a single click. Not only does your phone’s GPS locate your location but also the place of the nearest taxi company.
Born out of an MIT class for writing Android apps and winner of the $275,000 first prize from the Android dev challenge, Locale is one of the most useful Android apps available, and it can turn your phone into a virtual psychic medium. I kid you not. Download the Locale app and your phone will switch to vibrate without you having to tell it to. With the aid of GPS, it will transfer calls to your cell or office number depending on where you are. It will also send automatic Twitter updates detailing your location; that has its downsides, however. Bluetooth proximity is taken to a whole other level that is entirely independent of other mobile devices are nearby.
3. Pic Say
This “drop and drag picture editor” lets you change the pictures on your phone with color correction, highlighting and speech bubbles. Created by developer Eric Wingard, the technology can be used to create event invitations and greetings cards.
With Softrace you can set up live races with your friends in real time to keep up with their progress.
The open source music-based wiki lets users share the music they’re listening to with others. With the aid of Google Maps, you can see what others around the world are looking too. The app will scroll synchronized lyrics while you play and create a virtual library of songs, hook up to the internet and suggest similar sounding songs or artists tailored to your musical tastes.
Wertago is the party network app. It lets you coordinate parties with your friends and rate local bars and clubs. To do all this it uses Google Maps API to map out the top nightspots.
7. Life 360
Life360 is your neighbourhood-centric social network that lets you keep up to date with your local community and family for things like street parties and neighborhood barbecues, using GPS location.
8. Go Cart
Go Cart is the shopping application that uses a phone’s built-in camera to scan bar codes. Using GPS, the phone searches local stores to find the best prices around. The application lets you read product reviews and set up price alerts whenever prices drop in any of the stores.
GPS allows you to check your carbon footprint when you’re driving your car. Your phone will find where you are, determine how long your journey is. After it learns your habits your phone will offer suggestions for car pulling and the best public transport routes. Ecorio was another winner of the $275,000 first prize.
10. Bio Wallet
Not all the apps on the Android use GPS. Bio Wallet uses your phone’s camera as a retina eye scanner to keep sensitive information like bank account details and email passwords safe, or even the handset itself.
If you’re the type of person that would describe themselves as a film buff, there are no end of apps you might want to download. However, it’s always good to have a place to start. Here are the first five apps you should be downloading for your shiny new Android device once you’ve unpacked it.
Best for streaming movies – Netflix
There are a few apps out there which promise streaming video content, but Netflix has to be the one with the best catalog of stuff to watch. The company’s fierce competition with LoveFilm has seen it keen to impress us all with the sheer volume of films and TV it can offer on its home service, but only Netflix can boast an incredible mobile app. Not only it smooth and easy to navigate, but if you are lucky enough to have a tablet running on the 4G internet, you’ll be able to stream very smoothly and without interruption while out and about. Of course, you’ll need a monthly subscription to the service, but at just £4.99 per month, it’s pretty decent value.
Best for cinemagoers – Flixster
Of course, having access to streaming movies is great, but what if you want to catch something on the big screen? Well, Flixster has been around for some time now and has evolved into much more than just a cinema listings service. When you open up the app, you’ll be able to set your location, so you are always just a few taps away from knowing your local film times, but you can also see what cinemas are nearby when you are in a different part of the country too. Not only that, but there are reviews, trailers, and more social applications to enjoy with Flixster too. Available free, it’s a no brainer for regular cinemagoers.
Best for settling arguments – IMDB
If you have a home broadband connection, there’s every chance you’ve been tempted to fire up the computer halfway through a movie so that you can find out who made the music or where you’ve seen one of the actors involved before. However, what do you do if you are chatting with a friend over a drink and end up arguing about whether Raiders of the Lost Ark was written by Steven Spielberg or George Lucas? Well if you’re smart you’ll have the IMDB app on your phone ready to settle the argument swiftly and definitively so you can get busy arguing about how Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull killed the series.
Film nerds are well catered for when it comes to apps, but if you have a new, app-free handset, these should be the first three things you should be downloading.
Most of the tablet owners nowadays are using their Honeycomb tablet not only for web browsing and gaming. With the advancement of computing hardware embedded in the tablets today, it allows the tablet to be more flexible and perform more complex computing. Because of that, it is now widely used by students, business or working people for their complex productive tasks.
There are a lot of productivity apps available in the Android Market that you can download today. To help you narrow down your choices, we will give you our top 5 best Honeycomb productivity apps.
Dropbox is a free productivity app that lets you sync and stores the files on your Honeycomb tablet easily to your cloud storage, and then you can access them anywhere. Since the app is free, you can only store a limited storage size of 2GB. If you want to have a larger storage space of up to 100GB, then you have to pay the subscription fee.
Greader is not an app developed by Google, but it is a Google Reader client. Created by Noinnion, this app gives you a Google Reader-like ability to read your feed/RSS news at the same time. You will have an intuitive, fast and straightforward user interface that lets you read a full article during offline.
3. QuickOffice Pro HD
QuickOffice Pro HD allows you to edit, view, and create Office documents straight from your Honeycomb tablet. The app can support PDF files, and it will have the ability to access the Office files you stored on the cloud storage or your SD card.
4. Due Today
By using Due Today, you can organize and be reminded of your day-to-day tasks. You can also create tasks annually, monthly, weekly, or daily, like meetings and birthdays. To give you a better reminder service, the app can pin up your created tasks on your tablet’s home screen where you can easily see it.
5. Citrix Receiver
If the company you are working is using Citrix to host applications, then you can approve expenses, tune into project dashboards, review documents, and check your email by using Citrix Receiver on your Honeycomb tablet. The Citrix Receiver will also give you remote access to your desktops, docs, and XenApp apps.
If you have a productivity app that you think deserves to be on the list, please share it with us.
We are living in a very modern world. Aren’t we? Try to look around you; you will realize that almost all things are done through the help of modern gadgets. With this fact alone, we can say that modernization has turned from being a luxury of some to be a need of every one of us. Just like the recently concluded study by Business2Community.com, this study says that a lot of business people who make use of offline advertisements have realized that online promotion is the most efficient way to reach the potential clients all over the world. If you are an owner of the small entity, you can shift through becoming part of the online business directory. If you wanted your business to get popularized, an online business directory would be very helpful since it is one of the essential tools used by various clients in locating the products and services that they have been looking for.
Why do you need to let your company be listed on the online business directory?
1. It cost you nothing.
It is undeniable that advertisement can be a very harmful activity. For a new starter, it will become burdensome to locate some part of the budget just for promotional activities. Through listing your company in the online business directory, you can be assured that you can get in touch with your potential clients without having the need to expand anything else.
2. It is very user-friendly.
Promotional activities can be tedious since you need to think of the idea that will be attractive to the clients. But once you decide to be part of the online business directory, no tedious works to be done! As a matter of fact, you will take only about 5 minutes to register your entity on the list.
3. It makes you visible all over the world.
Exposure is very essential, especially to those who are just starting in the business. It must be noted that online business directory will make you visible not only to local clients but general consumers as well. In this way, the bigger opportunity will come to your company. Its popularity level will grow bigger in just a brief period.
4. It is an excellent Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Obviously, when clients are looking for something to buy or some services to avail of, the first place where they will type their request is the search engine such as Google. As a wise businessman, you must make sure that your entity will be part of the list in the search engine once a related keyword is typed in. This is one of the fastest ways for you to widen the client coverage.
Now that you have the knowledge about the online business directory, are you ready to be part of it? This will surely lift the position of your company in the industry. Here is the list of the directories that you can choose from.
The Hawksbill Creek Agreement (HCA) gave GBPA responsibility for the development, administration and management, and provision of services within an area called the ‘Port Area’ (230 sq. miles). GBPA was mandated by this Agreement to build a deep water harbour, an industrial community and required infrastructure for the City.
GBPA has achieved an astonishing amount since its inception in 1955. When first created it was a Grand Bahamian business conglomerate charged not only with land and commercial development but also with all the regulatory and administrative functions of the Freeport/Lucaya.
THE WAY FORWARD
Firstly, I wish to thank Joan Albury and the Counsellors for this platform enabling us to share with the Grand Bahama community, the outlook for our island! 2015 marks the 60th year of the birth of Freeport and the Hawksbill Creek Agreement; 60 years of a partnership between The Government of The Bahamas and The Grand Bahama Port Authority. I’m here to raise hopes for 2015 and to lay a few popular myths to rest – For those who don’t know me, I am Sarah St George.