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post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 

Hi Everyone!,

 

I wonder if there are some of you listen to music, audio books etc when you are working in the golf? I find myself on being able to hear the sound out of the hit because they give the response how to hit the ball. I think the times when you practice putting or chipping so I sometimes miss having something to listen to. What encourages you to headphones for the context? They're not supposed to destroy the swing.

 

What I first think of is the bluetooth hands free but there should be a pair of sensible wire too? Anyone who have any idea? 

post #2 of 11
Jaybird bluebuds x. I use them all the time at the range, just keep the phone in your bag. Range is pretty strong indoors or partially covered, gets a bit worse outdoors, but probably has about 60 feet or so outdoors, maybe twice that indoors.

They easily synch and have about 5 hours of battery life.
post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by lyeager1981 View Post

Jaybird bluebuds x. I use them all the time at the range, just keep the phone in your bag. Range is pretty strong indoors or partially covered, gets a bit worse outdoors, but probably has about 60 feet or so outdoors, maybe twice that indoors.

They easily synch and have about 5 hours of battery life.

I checked them and they seem very good. However, the price tag is a little too high for me and was wondering if there are options for a lower price?

 

Then maybe they are my prejudices but like bluetooth guzzle battery power.

post #4 of 11

Get a belt clip for your mp3 player or phone, and just clip it to your belt behind your back. Then the cord wont get caught in your swing. 

post #5 of 11
Thread Starter 

You mean that there should be a separate iPod, MP3 player, etc. for the that purpose?

post #6 of 11
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Get a belt clip for your mp3 player or phone, and just clip it to your belt behind your back. Then the cord wont get caught in your swing. 

I feed the headphone cord under my shirt and just put my iPhone in my pocket. Never had any problems.
post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


I feed the headphone cord under my shirt and just put my iPhone in my pocket. Never had any problems.

How do you do it? Do you take headphones behind your back? How do you make so they do not disturb you when to swing? I really want to know how you do that :)

post #8 of 11

If you don't like the cord against your skin, just wear an undershirt, and run the cord between the two shirts. 

post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by AcatreN View Post
 

How do you do it? Do you take headphones behind your back? How do you make so they do not disturb you when to swing? I really want to know how you do that :)

 

Put your phone or whatever in a pocket. Thread the cord up your shirt and pop it out through your neck hole.

 

I do this when I run, too.

post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

If you don't like the cord against your skin, just wear an undershirt, and run the cord between the two shirts. 

This.

Plug the headphones into my iPhone. Plug headphones into ears. Slide iPhone down the front of my shirt, over my undershirt. Pull it out the bottom of my shirt. Put iPhone in pocket.

I guess it would be tougher if I were tucking my shirt in, but my driving range doesn't require it, so I don't.
post #11 of 11

Depends on the situation. Sometimes I use in-ear canal headphones, mostly not to disturb others. I don't mind the amplification of my bodily noises and moving. I wrap the cord around the smartphone until there is little slack.

 

Sometimes I just play whatever through the smartphone speakers.

 

Sometimes I use this, sans the Gangnam style:

 

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