does the x3 cause any issues on full swings or do they work perfectly?
Good to hear. I'm leaning towards the powerbeats 3 mainly because of the ear hooks
I need a set of wireless earbuds with the best bass sound possible. Money is no object. Well, I will probably say anything $3,000 and below that is the best bass sound possible.
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I would recommend the jaybird freedoms. I have the JF3s and I believe there is a newer version out now. They are bluetooth, sweat resistant, and have a flexible cord in between the ear buds instead of the hard plastic like most sport headphones. They also come with rubber pieces on the bud that sit in the crease of your ear so they won't fall out while you are exercising.
I have the powerbeats wireless 2. I just saw the 3s were out. From I can tell the only difference between them is the battery life,and connectivity is easier. The 3s have the new chip that the new Apple wireless headphones will have.
As far as how they work. The 2s I use are perfect for practicing. They never move or get in the way. They have never fallen out during swinging. Bought them specifically for golfing/practicing. Battery life in the 2s is just fine.
As a disclosure. The 2s are notorious for connectivity issues. I've had 2 pairs replaced by Apple/ beats and they have all cut in and out. No clue why,but only does it at course. I wear them at work and they never cut out. That's were I'd give a look at the new 3s. Hopefully they fixed the issues all together. First it was audio lag from videos when the 2s came out and now the cutting in and out. Annoying,but not to bothersome to buy a new set.
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