I ride with the Outdoor Tech DJ slims and I've found that out of the box they are way too treble heavy but if you use an equalizer app you can get the bass up to a pretty good level. I'm sure there are a bunch out there, the one I use is Accudio Pro....
Last edited by vodkaboarder; 11-01-2013 at 05:25 PM.
I just got these myself. They are definitely nice bluetooth wireless headphones. The best thing about them is they don't have big bulky knobs and button sticking out of your ears. I can activate voice command with a couple of clicks to make calls or send text messages and start up my playlist. No need to ever have to take out my phone when I'm on the lift or shredding down the mountain. Ohh, did I mention that they fit most helmets with a audio liner.
I have no problems with mine, the sound quality is not going to knock your socks off but is good. I use the power amp app on my phone to dial them into my own preferences. Battery life is great I leave them on all day with no problems, it would be nice if the LED charge light would turn from red to green when they are charged but it dont. Answering phone calls works good also but you do have to talk a little louder than normal for people to hear you.