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    SHB6110 sound leakage

    I'm looking for a Bluetooth headphone/headset for my smartphone. As I will use it during train rides, it is very important that the sound leakage is limited, so I won't annoy other passengers. How is the sound leakage of the SHB6110 BT behind-the-neck headset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sihida View Post
    I'm looking for a Bluetooth headphone/headset for my smartphone. As I will use it during train rides, it is very important that the sound leakage is limited, so I won't annoy other passengers. How is the sound leakage of the SHB6110 BT behind-the-neck headset?
    nice design headphones. but why 2008 model?
    Last edited by kwinnie; 08-03-2012 at 09:14 AM.

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    checked out a bit, for SHB6110 the sound shield may not be that good.
    for SHB6000/ SHB6017 and SHB7110 these will be a lot better.

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    I don't like the earplugs of the models you mentioned.

    I think the 9100 also leaks a lot of sound? What about the 9000/9001 series?

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    for SHB9100 and SHB9001 and SHB9000, they are not designed for sound shield. but i believe they wont have too much sound leakage. SHB9100 are with a better sound quality.
    there are 2 corded headphones that are specially designed for sound shield - SHL5605 & SHL5905. but knowing you want a bluetooth one, so these may not sound appealing for you.

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