Earbuds Headphones, Hi-Fi Stereo in-Ear Earphones, IPX5 Waterproof Headset with Touch Control LED Display Built-in Mic for Traveling

Earbuds Headphones, Hi-Fi Stereo in-Ear Earphones, IPX5 Waterproof Headset with Touch Control LED Display Built-in Mic for Traveling

Product features :

1.Real-time power display

Since the battery is displayed on the mobile phone, you can always check the remaining battery level, charge it in time and use it anytime.

2.HD call without noise

With very clear sound quality and ultra high resolution, the sound quality of the headphones is more pure and the voice call is clearer.

3.The game is more real

The clear sound improves the pleasure of listening and Enhanced the vision of games, English, music and movies.

4.Binaural and single-ear mode switching at will

The function design is more intimate, and the function keys support the use of multiple functions, which is more convenient to use.

Features & Specifications

  • 【Built-in charging case】: Headphones up to 4 hours of continuous music playback and 16 hours of maximum playback using a small charging case. Playback time varies with connection conditions and conditions of use.
  • 【Industry-leading Noise Reduction for Phone Call】Created by tech giant Qualcomm, latest cVc 8.0 Noise Cancellation technology can filter the surrounding noise and precisely pick up your voice during phone call even in places like street, office and traffic. Mics are installed in the tails of each earbud also ensure the best possible call quality.
  • 【Smart button Control】 With ergonomic and sport redesign, earbuds can fit and stay secured in ear canal even with intense movement. Together with smart button sensors, you can conveniently answer calls, skip through music and access other functions at the touch of a button.
  • 【Easy to use】: The twin mode/single mode make you can use either of them as you like. You don’t need any skill to use the headphones. Once open the charging case, the earbuds will pair with your device instantly. Experience crisp, high-fidelity sound provides faster pairing and a stable, efficient connection.
  • 【IPX5 Waterproof】 Certificated with IPX5 waterproof,headphones are strong enough to resist all the penetration from splash and water. Zero worry for all-kinds of outdoor activity.
  • Weight: 2.89 ounces

Pros & Cons

Pros

Great 4K upgrade over past models. An important hidden menu can solve HDR connection problems. The Roku Premiere+ 4K UHD Streaming Media Player is identical to the ROKU Ultra in all respects except for the lack of both the digital audio optical output and USB port included in the ROKU Ultra. Unless you seriously think you will need either of those two options then the ROKU Premiere+ is the way to go. But don't be confused by the descriptions of the ROKU Premiere+ and the lesser ROKU Premiere. The ROKU Premiere does not support HDR whereas the ROKU Premiere+ does. That plus sign means a lot. The ROKU Premiere+ is probably my tenth or more ROKU player over the years. I was an early adopter way back in the first days of streaming video. At every iteration of streaming video technology there have been player upgrades, but also an increase in complexity of standards and the various moving parts of the whole server to screen system of getting video to the end user. Glitches and problems have been inevitable as each generation of standards and technology has been rolled out by multiple players. Although there have been complaints along the way ROKU has thrived because at the end of the day they keep making great players with a great interface a huge selection of programming and they always get it right, eventually. My prior ROKU model was the ROKU 4. I was very happy with the ROKU 4. So why did I upgrade, and should you consider upgrading also? The simple answer: HDR. There are some other hardware reasons that are evolutionary. But the real reason is HDR. What, you don't have HDR and don't care? You will. It's always easy to dismiss a new standard as unnecessary and humble brag how you are happy with your current setup and don't see the point. But, like it or not, the future of TV and video, streaming and disc, is HDR. I won't go into all the reasons that HDR is important, that's covered all over the place by people reviewing TV sets. Let's just say that HDR is the other half of the 4K revolution and you will not truly enjoy the benefits of 4K until you have a 4K HDR TV with a 10 bit panel and full HDR10 support with HDR sources. There is at present, in spring 2017, hardly any HDR streaming content available on-line. Amazon, for one, is streaming its own Amazon Originals content in 4K HDR. I am a fan of Amazon's series BOSCH. My ROKU 4 had partially supported 4K 10 bit monitors but had not fully implemented full HDR10 support. The stream via my ROKU 4 had looked pretty good on my Samsung KS8000 SUHD set. But watching the 4K HDR 60 fps stream of BOSCH via the ROKU Premiere+ was a significant upgrade in tonal quality and surface textures, and thus apparent realism, over the prior 4K UHD non HDR stream that I had with the ROKU 4. If you are having problems with 4K and HDR picture drop outs or other connection problems when the ROKU Premiere+ is set in "Settings/Display" to enable 4K HDR, and you are absolutely sure of your cables and connections, a VERY IMPORTANT THING to understand is that both the ROKU Ultra and ROKU Premiere+ default to output HDR in 4:2:2 color mode. It may be that some HDR compatible TV sets, expecting HDR10 4:2:0 color space data, may not smoothly handle a 4:2:2 stream, or something about the transition may affect the HDCP handshake or mode. Also, a 4:2:2 stream requires more bandwidth and may place a greater demand on your connection cables. The answer to this is to access a special hidden menu by, on the remote, hitting HOME HOME HOME HOME HOME DOWN LEFT UP UP UP in rapid sequence. This will bring up a "secret" screen that will allow you to switch from 4:2:2 color to 4:2:0 color. This usually solves most compatibility and HDCP problems in HDR mode. You have to have your ROKU display options set to 4K HDR mode for this screen to work. The main differences in hardware for the ROKU Premiere+ over the ROKU 4 are that it is about 50% smaller, runs much much cooler, it's barely warm to the touch, and otherwise has almost exactly the same interface. Get all your HDR video ducks in a row because within the year HDR will be much more widely available, HDR sets will be much more the norm rather than a high end choice. I purchased a ROKU Premiere+ certified refurb to save a few bucks. Except for arriving in a brown box instead of a retail box, and having an annoying "B Stock" sticker on the back that was hard to get off, I have no complaints with the refurb unit. I am enthusiastic about the latest generation of ROKU HDR players. RECOMMENDED.

Tips,pros and cons and excellent refurbished ! I am so happy we purchased this for our home. We cut the cable cord, and use Netflix, HuLu,Vudu, and some extra channels to watch on demand (I gotta have American Horror story every Tuesday!) And use an antenna for local channels. This is all we need. I highly recommend downloading vudu to your Roku, there's a ton of movies for free, and some you can pay for to rent or watch like Apple tv. There's an excellent selection of horror movies on vudu as well. Was skeptical about buying a refurbished electronic device but was extremely pleased upon opening the package. It looked brand-new, and came with fresh batteries . All you need which is not included , is a basic HDMI cable. It's extremely easy, turn your tv to HDMI source and voila! It's there. I have two very minor negative comments to make, 1. Since this was refurbished , when I plugged it in to the tv, it was still connected to someone's account. Their apps were there, name, Email, and probably more but I immediately checked YouTube to learn how to sign them out. You need to do a factory reset and you'll start fresh. So anybody who is selling one, be sure to do a factory reset unless you want someone to have access to your account and the possibility to make purchases! Second thing i would like to mention is the awesome headphone jack into the remote kills batteries quickly. Everyone has told me to get rechargeable batteries. Makes sense. I found this out the hard way by falling asleep twice with headphones in. 2 full batteries lasted 2 days. Now I've learned my lesson, they last about a week with me watching tv late after my partner goes to sleep. These minor details don't affect the 5 stars. I also recommend downloading Pluto TV. There is a huge selection of free movies, as well as regular live shows. I watch the cooking channel which has old iron chef reruns and other cool cooling shows, lots of music channels, a whole channel of fear factor re runs 24/7. Its truly a great free app! Live News channels as well like CNBC. Hope this review helps you see the pros and cons of getting a Roku, and the pros of buying from this seller. I would have thought this was brand new when it arrived. Photo is from the app Pluto TV on Roku Premiere , it shows the tv guide which goes to full screen by pressing a button. Excellent, came late because of labor day but that is unavoidable. Enjoy!

This is the one to buy. This is the right Roku to buy. You may get a better price on a stick and you could buy the next model down but I think this is the right model for price/features and versatility. I have tried a stick and the connection with this device in exact same location is exponentially better. I also think the omnidirectional remote is worth the extra cost. you can tuck this device behind things and the remote still works. I chose Roku because we have an account already related to a Roku TV and there was no learning curve. I have used Chromecast and Apple TV through work and I think Roku provides more selections and a smoother experience. I have not compared to FireTV. If you are buying a Roku streaming device I feel this is the one to buy

Grab one of these, you won't be sorry! I had the original Roku box when it first came out. Then a few years later upgraded to the Roku 2. When I saw the reconditioned unit on Amazon for a great low price, I could not resist. The difference between the Premiere Plus to the Roku 2 is like night vs. day. Even though I have wifi I choose to use ethernet cable whenever possible. That is the reason I chose the Plus. The less expensive Premium model does not have an ethernet jack. This new unit is lightening fast. I was simple blown away by the speed, compared to my older units. The unit looks brand new, and had no signs of previous use. I wanted to use this new unit with my older Harmony 620 remote. I assumed the codes would be the same as the older unit, but they were not, so I had to reprogram the remote. Now I can control the new box with no problems, as I have done in the past. The picture quality is also better that the older unit. I do not have a 4K TV, but the picture at 1080P is beautiful. I think Netflix now looks better than my cable box. Update: After a few days, no problems, so I ordered a second unit. That unit also is working without any problems

Upgraded older Roku units to this, and we're still pleased with Roku. Bought 2 of these: one to replace a basement Roku XD (first gen) that was getting really long in the tooth, and another to replace the living room Roku 3 (third gen) that we use primarily. I did some research and it seems this (5th gen) has pretty much the same technical specs (CPU, RAM) as the 6th gen offerings, so for the price break I jumped. I can't compare this model to the newer generation, and it's pretty silly to compare it to older generations with less computing power. That said, we're used to the Roku interface and this is everything we've come to love about the Roku units, just faster. The video games on the Roku 3 weren't used more than our consoles, so aren't terribly missed, and the app Spectrum provides doesn't support first gen Roku. The only complaint I have is the 4 silly buttons at the bottom. We use Netflix, and that button is kinda nice when we remember to use it, but we don't subscribe to the other 3, so they're just a waste of real estate. I understand that these buttons and subsidizing from some advertising contracts are most certainly the reason for the affordable price point, but boy it would be nice to have the ability to at least change the functionality of the provider buttons, even if we still needed to have Hulu's smiling button reminding us that we're not Hulu subscribers, but they'd love our monthly fee if we decided to need their content. Still, if this is the sort of thing that really bugs you, you can always buy a third party remote, and it doesn't bother me that much, so it's not enough to lose a star over.

Happy camper. I have been using this for a couple months now on my TV and I have been very pleased with it. I was a little worried with it being a refurb and a lot of the issues reported with the refurbs, but i have a lot of hours on the unit now with no issues at all. I am really happy I bought this as it allows me to expand the poor offerings that were on my LG TV when I got it. At first I was happy that my LG TV had their tvOS on it and I didn't think I would need an additional unit for playback. Boy was I disappointed as the offerings on LGs smart apps was very poor. The Roku solves all the issues for me, and I like it better than the devices I have had in the past (appletv 2 and 3, chromecast and firetv stick). The Roku is easier to setup, more stable with its connection and operation, and has a lot more apps than the appletv. The firetv still beats out the Roku due to how easy it is to sideload apps on the firestick and how many apps there are that you can do this with. I am happy, and if I need another box for another TV I will not hesitate to get another refurbished Roku

Cons

1st one had defective power supply and already been opened, 2nd one seems ok so far. I have other Roku Premiere+ around the house and wanted to get another. The model performs well for all of the usual channels (ex. Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Plex, etc...). My rating would have been a 5 star had the seller (MallStop) not sent me a previously opened and returned product, that was not at all repackaged, and also included a defective power supply (I tested it with a known working one from another Roku of the same model at home). I understand the unit itself if Certified Refurbished, but I did not expect to receive an item that had already been returned and not rechecked. As always, Amazon's customer service was top notch and took care of the return and replacement process smoothly and very quickly. The first (defective item) was delivered Friday, contacted Amazon that night, had the replacement delivered to my door by Sunday mid-day and the new unit is in what appears to be unopened packaging. Also, just to note the Roku "Enhanced Remotes" are a bit misleading. This item did not include the enhanced remote as described on the Roku official website (which has the ability to control the TV power and has a power button at the top of the remote), but just the general "newer" Roku remote with headphone jack, nothing special. As for the Roku Premiere+, it as a product is very nice and works reliably well.

If you are having problems here is why. This was posted on Reddit by JoFup and it works Here is the real reason Roku Premier Plus gives an HDCP 2.2 error. Roku Premier Plus does not support HDR. That's it. To fix the problem go into Roku Display Type and change it from Auto Detect to 4K at 60Hz and make sure it isn't either option with HDR in the name. This is the fix for the HDCP 2.2 error with Roku Premier Plus. However, when there is another Roku software update it will reset the Display Type to Auto Detect once again and you'll know this when you start getting this error again. How did I figure this out? I spent 2 hours on the phone with Roku support, we tested new 2.2 HDMI cables, reversed them, checked my TV, checked my receiver, checked absolutely everything. Then the support person suggested I change the Display Type to 4K at 60Hz. When I asked why not change it to 4KHDR at 60Hz he told me that the Roku Premier Plus wasn't HDR compliant. I told him that on the box it said 4K HDR ready. He kept correcting me saying that no it wasn't HDR and that my box didn't say HDR (I think he was in the Philippines) . So he had me change Display Type to 4KHDR at 60Hz and a few minutes into a show the screen on my TV went black and on another try gave me the HDCP 2.2 error purple screen. Then when I changed the Display Type to 4K at 60Hz with no HDR the show I previously streamed played seamlessly from then on. So the bottom line is that you need to keep the Roku Premier Plus Display Type on 4k at 60Hz to avoid the DHCP 2.2 error. The second thing you need to do is call Roku and tell them you want a replacement for your non-HDR Roku Premier Plus with a model that does support it. The third thing is to tell your retailer that Roku is lying about their product and that they should no longer carry it until they label their products truthfully. There should be an inquiry into Roku's deceptive marketing because they own the streaming market and have been deceiving customers for many years without facing any penalties. Please pass this on to whomever is having an issue and contact Best Buy, Costco and anyone else who is selling the Roku Premier Plus. Cheers.

This is a review of a Certified Refurbished model and the lack of help from Roku Customer Service. Just starting with that review title since I think Roku products are generally good, if not a bit dated concerning their interface. So I bought a Certified Refurbished Roku since the price was good, and I figured Roku would make sure the device worked. It took about a day to notice that something was wrong with almost all video sources, especially 4K video sources. My unit had a weird red streaking behind everything that was really obvious during dark scenes, and if I watched a movie with black bars, it was even more obvious. I tried my unit on multiple TVs with multiple HDMI cables and the problem never went away. My 4K TV also has built in 4K streaming apps, and the exact same movies I played through my built in smart TV apps were 100% fine, so it was a problem with the Roku, and not the TV/App/Port/HDMI cord. I contacted Roku customer service about this issue, they said they would have someone get in contact with me in 24 hours. No one did. Contacted them again, same "in 24 hours" thing. No one did. Third time, same deal. So I just sent it back to Amazon for a refund while I could. Still never heard back from Roku (I even contacted them through various social media means).

Decent product. So far this has been a decent product. I picked it up due to price seeing we got a newer TV and needed another ROKU box for it. The only downside I've had with it compared to the other ROKU boxes I own is that I've had to unplug the unit twice and plug it back in because when I hit any button on the remote, the box doesn't recognize the remote is sending a signal to it. The start-up time on this box is also longer than the other boxes I own. I first wondered if it was going to load at all or not. Just need to have some patience. It produces a sharp, decent image which I'm not disappointed about.

Good at first, but encountered several problems. At first, the Roku premiere worked great. But as I started using it (and I mean after just one week), the picture wouldn’t show up, or the sound would transfer from the headphones to the television set, or the buttons wouldn’t work. I bought this Roku premiere because the previous one I had (for 6 or 7 years) was having these same problems. I’m very disappointed that this $70 Roku premiere is having these same problems a week or two after I purchased it. Maybe it’s the batteries in the remote, but I shouldn’t have to change the batteries that were provided for me after e2 weeks when I didn’t use the Roku all day every day. Unless the batteries given to me were already used, there’s no excuse for this device to already be having problems.

Becareful to get what you are looking for. Some reviews wrong. Works but is not the same as the reviews told me. I bought this because the reviews said the remote would control the volume and power of my tv and the headphones. It does NOT control the power. There is not even a power button on the remote. There is no way to turn the roku off. Can you say Stupid? It does control the volume when using the head phones which is the main need I was shopping for so I will keep it i guess. I don t like the batteries and the roku always on. Just bad design. Customer service is annoying like all big companies and in the end was no help. I can purchase a different remote but Im not going to spend more nor do I have the money to. Otherwise I would return it and get the roku ultra which is the style the reviews were talking about.

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