Samsung Galaxy Tab Stereo Headset (EHS60ANNBEGST1) Reviews

When buying Samsung Galaxy Tab Stereo Headsets – Black (EHS60ANNBEGST1) make sure to ask yourself the right questions. There are reviews for this priced cheap Samsung Galaxy Tab Hands Free 3.5mm Stereo Headset – Black (EHS60ANNBEGST1).

Samsung Galaxy Tab Stereo Headset (EHS60ANNBEGST1) Reviews

  • Comfortable stereo headset that gives you hands free capabilities
  • Answer calls at the touch of the in-line mic control
  • Universally compatible for use with other devices that have a 3.5mm connector/jack
  • Comfortable ear gels that block out external noise and remain comfortably in your ear
  • Use at home, work or on the road

Benefits

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Buying Questions

  • Does the cell phone ear piece stay on your head?
  • What is the range of this product?

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Hands Free 3.5mm Stereo Headset EHS60ANNBEGSTA is a comfortable stereo headset that gives you the ability to carry on a conversation while busy with your hands. It’s great for work, home or when on the road because you can use your hands while still talking on the phone. It’s universally compatible for use with other devices that have a 3.5mm connector/jack. It has an in-line microphone and answer key that lets you answer calls at the touch of a button.

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3 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy Tab Stereo Headset (EHS60ANNBEGST1) Reviews

  • Review by Geoffrey For

    They are lightweight, come with a range of comfortable in-ear nubs to suit different anatomies and are well built. The cord length is generous without being ridiculous and relatively tangle free. The inline controls and mic are reasonable slim and interact well with the phones they were designed for. They only have one small quirk as far as I can tell. They are not ordinary 3.5mm earbuds, if plugged into some old fashioned audio outlets (like those found on some desktops, laptops and audio devices_, you may only get sound in one ear or the other. I suspect this has something to do with the 3-contacts used on ear buds on some phones and media players. However, after a little trial and error, I discovered by plugging them almost, but not entirely in to those older 3.5mm jacks, the problem is resolved. Sweet, stereo audio ensues.

    The sound quality is superb for the price and well within acceptable norms for ear-buds that cost many times more. I’m sure some audiophile out there is grumbling, but let’s face it, if you’re listening to music on ear-buds… are you really an audiophile? I couldn’t resist picking up a couple extras in preparation for the day when I lose or break my original set (as I’m bound to do eventually).

  • Review by Gslug

    These headphones came with my Samsung Vibrant and literally the best thing about the phone. (No joke, the phone sucks). Great Bass, Highs and Lows… nothing but praise for these phones. I use my headphones every single day.

  • Review by kapdoubleE

    Good head set for the price. I ONLY talk using headset (hate the bluetooth thing – poor sound and you have to speak too loud)… the headset was clear and everyone I talked to could hear me clearly. The sound was good for playing music. I basically have the earbud in constantly for either music or taking/placing calls. Note that this type of earbud is better for listening to music than taking calls as the “in ear” rubber type tend to seal out exterior noise (great for blocking out and listening to music – but not so perfect for placing calls as you get that hollow “I can hear myself in a tin can” and you speak louder than necessary because you can’t hear yourself as well… The regular ear buds without the “suction cups” are better for making calls so I have a set of those too if I know I am going to be placing calls or need to “hear” my surrounding environment better. Overall a good purchase. I keep several on hand incase I lose a pair or inevitably I get the cord caught on something and pull it apart.

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