Make your phone hands-free with this LG TONE PLATINUM + wireless headset. Its Harman Kardon® PLATINUM sound hybrid speaker unit is professionally tuned for optimal sound, and it has a dedicated button with Google Assistant push-to-talk service for your convenience. This LG TONE PLATINUM + wireless headset has a Fast Pair feature for easy Bluetooth connection to your phone.
Compatible with most Bluetooth enabled cell phones
Talk hands-free but with the clarity and superior audio and performance you need to stay seamlessly connected anytime, anywhere.
Fast charge feature
Allows you to charge the headset for five minutes and get 2 hours of playtime.
Hybrid speaker unit
Stronger bass and clearer treble provide optimal sound.
Harman Kardon® PLATINUM sound
Professionally tuned for exceptional audio performance.
Instant Google Assistant communication
Features a dedicated button with push-to-talk service for Google Assistant.
Live Translation application
For an instant and easy way to communicate with others in many languages.
Dual MEMS microphones
Deliver voice clarity for clear conversation.
Provides up to 13 hours of use and lasts up to 14 days on standby.
Understated and elegant design
Offers a low-profile design without compromising elegance.
A:AnswerNone of the new LG Tone Platinum models have Aptx or Aptx-HD. The original Tone Platinum HBS-1100 supported APTX-HD and it was this feature that allowed the Bluetooth connection to be indistinguishable from CD quality wired headphones. Apparently LG seems to think that adding a dynamic driver to the new models is somehow going to replicate the quality of what they removed but all that it's going to do is give you a fuller sounding distorted connection. They could put six drivers in each earphone and it wouldn't help. Oddly enough, they managed to double the price. You may be asking yourself how could this possibly be an upgraded version of the original Tone Platinums and the honest answer is that it isn't. In order to put APTX-HD compatibility into a device the manufacturer has to pay a royalty fee and this year LG must have decided to raise the price and put all the profit in the shareholders' pockets. This year's models aren't even in the same league as the originals and we will see if Best Buy is truly the going to be the customers' trusted advisor or LG's partner in profit in their decision on whether to publish my truthful opinion (the results of which will appear in another publication prior to Christmas). This year's models should more appropriately be called the Tone Tins.
A:AnswerYes they vibrate when you receive a call. You might want to take that feature off though, due to the cheap plastic LG uses you headset might crack. If it does crack, just prepair your self to spend another $200 on a new set because LG cant stand behind thier products.
A:AnswerI have not tested my current LG headphones for resistance to sweat and water, but prior versions were not resistant and died - one after a hard workout, and a subsequent set died after I was outside doing lawn work and sweating. I am a fan of these headphones, but I do not subject them to these kinds of situations any more.
A:AnswerHello, the HBS-1125 are the not the same as the HBS-930, however, we are unsure of what you received. We do recommend you contact your the dealer or take them to the store for your order to be reviewed. ^AC