Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth Stereo Headphones – Retail Packaging

March 26, 2014 - Comment

Move to the Music: The only stereo headphones designed to go from working out to hanging out.Compatibility: Motorola Milestone X , Motorola i412 , Motorola Clutch +i475 , Motorola XPRT , Motorola Titanium, Droid 3 BY Motorola , Motorola Atrix 4G , Droid Bionic By Motorola and Motorola Brute i686.Behind-the-head design eliminates tangles and provides

Move to the Music: The only stereo headphones designed to go from working out to hanging out.Compatibility: Motorola Milestone X , Motorola i412 , Motorola Clutch +i475 , Motorola XPRT , Motorola Titanium, Droid 3 BY Motorola , Motorola Atrix 4G , Droid Bionic By Motorola and Motorola Brute i686.Behind-the-head design eliminates tangles and provides a light, comfortable fit that’s perfect for music on the go.

The Motorola S10-HD is the only Bluetooth stereo headset that provides high-definition audio in a sweat proof design, so your wireless music stays with you in the gym and on-the-go. An advanced design protects against sweat and moisture, and the completely wireless, behind-the-head design eliminates tangles and provides a light, comfortable fit that’s perfect for music on the go.

Motorola S10-HD The wireless S10-HD Bluetooth stereo headset is
perfect for your active lifestyle.

 

Motorola S10-HD Silicone seals and encased speakers protect
components from moisture (see larger image).

 

Motorola S10-HD Silicone seals and encased speakers protect
components from moisture (see larger image).

Simple controls on the headphones allow you to adjust volume, change tracks, play/pause your music and take calls–music automatically pauses during calls and resumes after the call. High definition audio ensures you’ll enjoy your music in rich surround sound. Plus, with up to 8 hours of play time and 9 hours of talk time, the S10-HD will last through all of life’s little adventures. It’s compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones for taking calls, but it requires a mobile phone or digital audio player with an embedded A2DP Bluetooth profile for stereo music streaming.

Sweat it Out

Optimized for an active lifestyle, the S10-HD uses advanced materials like hydrophobic acoustic mesh in a lightweight, sweat-proof design. The new ear cushion interface protects the speaker from sweat, and silicone seals protect electrical components throughout the headphones. To reduce exposure to moisture, all buttons are co-molded and the micro-USB charging cover is molded to the headphones housing with a waterproof plug. Perfect for your daily workout, outdoor adventure or just when you’re out and about, the S10-HD keeps the moisture out and the music flowing.

Motorola S10-HD Simple controls on the headphones allow you to adjust volume, change tracks, play/pause your music and take calls (see larger image).

 

Motorola S10-HD Advanced hydrophobic acoustic mesh keeps out sweat while preserving audio quality (see larger image).

Let’s Get Loud

Never sacrifice audio quality when listening to your tunes on the go. The S10-HD delivers high-definition sound wirelessly right to your ears, for a top-notch listening experience. An advanced acoustic design, digital tuning and enhanced bass deliver rich, clear sound so you can hear your music the way it’s meant to be heard.

Hear and Feel the Difference

The S10-HD refines the award-winning design that redefined wireless music. The back housing is redesigned to optimize antenna performance outdoors. An angled wraparound design minimizes the appearance of your headset for a discreet look. Additional ear cushions are included to further optimize your comfort. A secure, comfortable fit will optimize your audio experience. Try the 4 different ear gel sizes that come with the product to find the best fit for you.

You’re In Control

Perfectly placed, easy to operate buttons let you play, skip and pause music, adjust volume and answer calls effortlessly. Expecting a call? There’s no need to disconnect your headphones–the music will automatically pause when a call comes in, and resume when you hang up.

Specifications

Talk time: Up to 9 hours Music playback time: Up to 8 hours Standby time: Up to 10 days Bluetooth: Version 2.1 with embedded A2DP AVRCP profiles for stereo music streaming Range: Up to 10 meters (33 feet) Wired connectivity: USB Motorola S10-HD

 

What’s in the Box

Bluetooth stereo headset, charger, multiple ear bud sizes, wall charger, operating instructions.

Product Features

  • Wireless Bluetooth stereo headphones for streaming audio from compatible mobile phones and MP3 players
  • Hydrophobic mesh, silicone seals and encased speakers provide sweat proof design
  • Behind-the-head design eliminates tangles and provides a light, comfortable fit
  • Up to 9 hours of talk time, 8 hours of music playback, and up to 240 hours (10 days) of standby time; released in September, 2010
  • What’s in the Box: Bluetooth headphones, 4 sizes of ear bud cusions, wall charger, operating instructions

Comments

Richie Bachman says:

Motorola S9 vs. S10 I’ve seen many contradictory reviews regarding the older and newer model of Motorola’s excellent Bluetooth headphones. I’ve owned the S9 for a few years and just got the S10 as a gift for my wife. They both are great, especially when working out and you don’t want a cord getting in the way! If that’s all you need, stop reading and go purchase!The S9 is made of a harder, less-flexible plastic than the S10. The S9 fits my head fine, but was a bit to big for my wife. The S9 worked for…

Mike S. says:

Really pinch your ears/head (unless you have a tiny head) I have owned the Motorola Rokr S9, then the S9-HD and now these S10-HD.The S9 sounded great and worked great but eventually sweat from wearing them while running killed them so I bought the S9-HD and never used them while working out to avoid the same fate. The S9-HD also works and sound great (bass mid range & treble are all great).They were both a little snug fitting and required some tweaking to get them to fit without pinching but aside from that I loved them (still own the…

Aj says:

Uncomfortable, or is it? I read a lot of reviews before buying this product. a lot about how uncomfortable this headset is, and I just have two things to ask them. Did you ever try to make them comfortable? Or did you just put them on as told and accepted discomfort? I understand how painful these are wearing them normally, but when things don’t work one way I always try another. Let me explain what i mean, and what i did to turn these headphones from uncomfortable to comfortable. I first got the headphones on the day…

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