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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com and this is the Cardo S2 stereo Bluetooth headset. It works with all stereo Bluetooth devices, which of course includes a lot of music cell phones as well as certain brands of MP3 players. As you can see here it bends down into a more compact [inaudible], you can extend it into its full form here. All the controls are on the right earpiece, there is the play, pause button, the multi-function control button on the side here. You will see the volume controls right here and on the bottom are the hold switch and the charger jack. There is also a cool little thing you can do with the earpiece; there is a little switch here, you can move it up words for next track and back for previous track. Overall sound quality was great, callers could hear us really well and even though they create some background noise, it wasn't too much of a hindrance. As far as music quality, it was great, full stereo sound, really good base quality. We went over all recommend it if you want to look for a quality stereo Bluetooth headset. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the Cardo S2.
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