• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    love these! 4.5stars:)

    • Written by lee A from Honolulu

    Love these headphones! I love that you can listen with them WHILE charging the phone! I also love the auto off feature which stops play when you take your headphones out - so great for falling to sleep listening to an audiobook and as soon as you take them out the book stops so you don't have to remember where you were:) The sound quality and equalizer choices are also great! The only thing I wish I could change is the auto mute function while talking on the phone. Though it can be useful - the person on the other end keeps asking if you are still there because when you're not talking, they hear complete silence. But overall - these are the best headphones I've owned to date.

    6 of 8 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Needed noise cancelling headset for telephone calls

    • Written by Michael B from Cary

    I bought these (from a source other than Apple, just because I wanted the Bronze version) mainly for use on conference calls. With systems like Go2Meeting, Zoom, FCC and others, I often find I have trouble hearing the audio so prefer to dial in for audio and listen over my iPhone. But even then, international connections, differences in accents, line noise etc can make it hard to hear or be heard. This Rayz wired headset seems to be a big asset for this sort of conversations. The in ear fit, wired connection, noise canceling all help a lot for me to hear clearly what is being said. And being wired with the microphone in the control module, you can always hold it closer to your mouth if people are having trouble hearing you (something you cannot do with wireless sets). It did take some experimentation with the included ear molds to get a good fit, but I finally found the best for me and they stay put very well, even when moving about. So while I cannot say much about using them as an audiophile might, they are a great improvement over non-noise cancelling wired headphones for telephone and conference calls (just not inexpensive, but no noise cancelling headphones are).

    1 of 1 people found this useful