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>> I'm Nicole Lee associate editor for CNET.com and this is the Gennum nX 6000 Bluetooth headset. It's a very nice stylish minimalistic sort of design on the front here very compact and light weight. The buttons are actually on the side you can see there's multi function button here and the volume buttons on top here. These two little holes on the front are actually the dual microphone array for better sound processing. On the back here is the very nice and flexible ear bud as well as the ear hook that can be adjusted on either side. We found the buttons really easy to press, a little small, but that's ok. The ear bud was very nice and comfortable in the ear and the ear hook was also very comfortable around the ear as well. It has really good sound quality. We found it has pretty good noise shoot technology and when we were on a busy street here in San Francisco we found that the environmental noise was blocked out sufficiently. We also heard our callers loud and clear so over all it has a pretty good design and great fits great sounds so pretty good headset. My name's Nicole Lee and this is the Gennum nX 6000 Bluetooth headset.
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