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Best headset

by bobsetzer / March 4, 2007 9:58 AM PST

I'm looking for a headset to go with my Razr V3 that doesn't sound like you're talking on a headset. I don't care if it's Bluetooth or not; I have ordered an adapter to allow me to use a 2.5 mm headset plug.

I tried the Motorola bluetooth H650, I believe, but was told my voice sounded "distant."

I assume a headset with a boom mike would provide the best clarity to the person I'm speaking with. I want to talk mainly while driving.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Bob

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H700
by iLex.Max / March 5, 2007 8:47 AM PST
In reply to: Best headset

I personally use H700, its a step higher and usually found for a $100 at local retailers, but is the best in my opinion, especially for my Razor v3. Honestly i haven't tried any others with my phones but one i connected h700 to vx8500 there was a noticeable difference, so i would stick with a same manufacturer. in any case, 700 is like h850, but smaller and a bit more pricey, but awesome

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Thanks!
by bobsetzer / March 6, 2007 7:33 PM PST
In reply to: H700

Thanks so much. I'll give the H700 a look.

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best ehadset
by Lite Rocker / March 6, 2007 10:57 PM PST
In reply to: Best headset

I use a jabra JX10 and love it.

i have found that the quality of the headset can vary by the phone, as phones have stronger or weaker bluetooth capabilities.

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Best Headset you will find anywhere...
by chuckmeister--2008 / March 7, 2007 1:30 PM PST
In reply to: Best headset

Seen this AudioRAZR at SuperVideo.com yet? Battery last all day talking and all week in standby, battery is Hot-Swappable during
music playback or cell phone call amazingly enough, light as a
feather (couple of ounces) and it comes with 2 ways to wear so
they will fit a 3 year old kid or a 700 pound sumo wrestler and anything in between. I have worn a version every day since October 2004 and no complaints. It will not only work without wires to a cell phone but a radio, TV, hifi center, iPOD, MP3, any computer or notebook/laptop/tablet/PDA and even a Blackberry. Perfect fidelity.

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whew
by Vendetta86 / March 22, 2007 9:29 PM PDT

thank you shameless plugs.....

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