5 Quality Wireless Stereo Sound for under £20...Matthewlong | 19/08/2007 | See all Matthewlong's reviews (1)I recently updated my 6 month old Nokia N73 firmware, so it now supports A2DP. First thing I wanted to do was buy some decent stereo bluetooth headphones. After much research, I went for the Jabra BT320s. I wasn't happy with the sound quality. The sound would regularly pause, and the streaming speed was all over the place. It would slow right down (like a record player), then quickly speed up before settling down again. I sent them back, and went for these Sony ones. They're half the price of the Jabra ones, and are much more basic, having just volume and call buttons. But the sound quality is something else. I've never heard so much bass from in ear phones! They also fit perfectly. Some reviews are mentioning the size of the receiver, but I don't really find it a problem once cliped in place. They feel really well made, and you also get a base charger where they can be stored. The range is very good, but if you start handling the receiver a lot the sound can occasionally pause for a few seconds. In normal use, with my phone in my pocket, the sound didn't pause once. The streaming speed seems perfect (my main issue with the Jabra). Very simple to pair with your phone. Instructions also very clear. It doesn't have buttons for Fast forward / rewind / pause etc - But for the money, they do exactly what they say on the tin -Quality wireless headphones, with amazing sound quality, good connection range, and an all round quality product for under £20!