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Central Valley Computer Parts [centralvalleycomputerparts.com] has on sale DOPPLER LABS INC Here One Wireless Smart Earbuds on sale for $149.99.
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Can someone that owns these comment on the quality or the experience?

I saw in a review online that someone said they were great other than the stuttering when they listen to music. That to me would make them a complete failure. Is this an issue?
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This company went bankrupt and shut down at the end of last year. It looks like a cool product but I wouldn't expect support.
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Can someone that owns these comment on the quality or the experience?

I saw in a review online that someone said they were great other than the stuttering when they listen to music. That to me would make them a complete failure. Is this an issue?
I can tell you in like 4 or 5 days lol
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Can someone that owns these comment on the quality or the experience?

I saw in a review online that someone said they were great other than the stuttering when they listen to music. That to me would make them a complete failure. Is this an issue?
I've only had these for a day or two now and am pretty happy with them so far. (granted that I'm sure I'll have a better formed opinion in a week or two). The only time It's ever cut out on me is when I'd leave my phone at the desk, and go to the break room or something, So i'm sure it's because of how much distance I've put in between me and it. Noise canceling is great esp when you put the memory foam tips on. They apperently can do phone calls too, But I have yet to use them for that.

I'll update you in in a week or so assuming I remember to go on here lol.
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I've only had these for a day or two now and am pretty happy with them so far. (granted that I'm sure I'll have a better formed opinion in a week or two). The only time It's ever cut out on me is when I'd leave my phone at the desk, and go to the break room or something, So i'm sure it's because of how much distance I've put in between me and it. Noise canceling is great esp when you put the memory foam tips on. They apperently can do phone calls too, But I have yet to use them for that.

I'll update you in in a week or so assuming I remember to go on here lol.
I'm really enjoying mine. I use them on the Red Line and Expo Line in LA and it's amazing, it really does block out all that background noise. I have to blast my music at 85%+ with my other headphones but I can use these at 50% volume and still not be bothered by other sounds.

It's fun wearing them in the office and hearing things that much clearer as well. These really are fun.
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I decided that in this category I don't want to be an early adopter. Thank you from everyone with the honest input. This sort of wireless technology is just starting to hit the mainstream and these guys are pretty much the only ones that attempted fully wireless and noise cancellation. I'll wait a couple years. I have so many versions of headphones that I'll be fine until then. Smilie
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Meh, company out of business and Rowkin buds for $50 from MC is just as good.

But by all means waste your $
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Meh, company out of business and Rowkin buds for $50 from MC is just as good.

But by all means waste your $
These are more than just bluetooth headphones. Their ability to block out background noises or even enhance them really is interesting and new for me at least for ear buds. To each their own though, not knocking your point.
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Im looking at these, the Bose SoundSport Free and the B&O E8.

They all got mixed reviews, and from what I understand 90% of the issues are solvable via firmware updates (the Bose had/have a bad synch issue when watching video).
That just means that while I expect the Bose & B&O ones to address issues here I guess its just you are stuck with what you get.
AMZ reviews:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FWJH4VG/ref=asc_df_B01FWJH4VG5363076/?tag=hyprod-20&creative=395033&cre... [amazon.com]

Here is the "we are out" announcement from Doppler Labs:
https://hereplus.me/
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Im looking at these, the Bose SoundSport Free and the B&O E8.

They all got mixed reviews, and from what I understand 90% of the issues are solvable via firmware updates (the Bose had/have a bad synch issue when watching video).
That just means that while I expect the Bose & B&O ones to address issues here I guess its just you are stuck with what you get.
AMZ reviews:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FWJH4VG/ref=asc_df_B01FWJH4VG5363076/?tag=hyprod-20&creative=395033&cre... [amazon.com]

Here is the "we are out" announcement from Doppler Labs:
https://hereplus.me/

Although Doppler Labs may no longer be in business, we still support fully support their products. Just call or e-mail in and we'd be more than happy to help solve any issues you might have with them Smilie

We also offer a full 90-day warranty in case you are not completely satisfied with your purchase too, (45 day money back, 90 day exchange) so you have ample time to try them out yourself!
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Although Doppler Labs may no longer be in business, we still support fully support their products. Just call or e-mail in and we'd be more than happy to help solve any issues you might have with them Smilie

We also offer a full 90-day warranty in case you are not completely satisfied with your purchase too, (45 day money back, 90 day exchange) so you have ample time to try them out yourself!
Is there anything not covered by your warranty ? Do you "fix" them and send it back after 45 days? Thanks
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Is there anything not covered by your warranty ? Do you "fix" them and send it back after 45 days? Thanks
The warranty does not cover accident damage (i.e. physical or water), but it does cover defective units. Regardless of what the reason is, you should still give us a call, e-mail, or send us a DM if you have any problems.

Also, we don't repair the devices if they're returned -- we'd simply send you a return label an ship you a brand new pair straight from the shelf!

Let us know if you have any other questions!
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