The HBS-750 Headphones Have Wider Ear-Pieces.

Even though for the most part, I try to avoid rating commercial products, there have been a few exceptions. One of those is the “LG Tone Pro HBS-750, Bluetooth Headphones” I have bought, and which I have been using every day, more to listen to music while on the go, than for phoning.

I think that one of the main disadvantages to this blogging engine, When We Select The Tag Named HBS-750 in the sidebar, is that the postings are listed in the reverse order from how they were posted, by me.

I am very satisfied with these headphones. Yet I do have a word of warning. When LG designed the actual ear-pieces, they equipped those with relatively wide sound-ports, ‘To let as much sound pass through as physically possible’. I happen to have relatively narrow ear-canals. These headphones do come with three sets of rubbers in total, to help users adapt them to differently-sized ears.

Because of the wider air-canals, the smallest rubbers on these are not quite as narrow, as the narrowest rubbers are on other headphones, that come with changeable rubbers.

Hence, even with the narrowest rubbers, these have a tad of trouble staying in my ears. Further, when I actually speak with these in my ears, there is a typical exaggeration in how I hear my own voice in my head, an exaggeration that is not equal on both ears. Therefore, How can I expect the bass-reproduction to be equal, coming from the headphones?

These fit slightly better in my right ear, always, than in my left ear.

Also, since the LG Engineers decided that these ear-pieces need to be wider, in order to let more sound through. I have narrower ear-canals than average: There is nothing magical about my Human ear-canals. They still cannot physically do, what cannot be done. And so it may also be true, that I cannot hear High-Fidelity Sound as well as I should, simply because of my narrow ear-canals.

Yet, I certainly hear the sound of my smart-phone better with these BT headphones, than I did with the wired ones, which plugged right in. And which happened to have a narrowest set of rubbers, which were narrower than these.

Dirk