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First Look: Sound ID 200 Bluetooth headset

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First Look: Sound ID 200 Bluetooth headset

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The Sound ID 200 Bluetooth headset has great audio quality and even better ear comfort.

[ music ] ^M00:00:03 >> I'm Nicole Lee, Associate Editor for CNET.com. And this is a first look at the Sound ID 200 Bluetooth headset. As you can see here the very slim and stylish headset, very lightweight as well. On the front here is a single LED button. On the top here is a multifunction call button. On the side is the volume key. Now on the back here is the ear gel is a ear loop here for a better fit within the folds of the ear. This is a two different sizes of the ear gel to fit different sized hears. You want additional security in your ears there's an optional ear hook right here. Also on the back her you can change the position of the ear gel either to the right or the left, depending on whether you want to wear it on the right or left ear. As various features go you get the typical Bluetooth headset features, of course. You get your answer and reject calls, there's last number dialing, there's also support for call waiting and voice dialing as well. The Sound ID 200 also had something called noise navigation. This is essentially their dual microphone noise cancellation system that cancels out background noise as well as any echo sounds. In our tests the Sound ID 200 really didn't feel very comfortable in the ear. [inaudible] was pretty good as well. The Sound ID 200 is available right now for around $100. My name is Nicole Lee; this has been a first look at the Sound ID 200 Bluetooth headset. ^E00:01:24

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