Bluetooth headsets

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    Bluetooth headsets

    Alright, after much searching and perusing, I've been completely unable to find a bluetooth headset thread for what people like to use with their Android.

    Tell me what you use, what you've used, what you like, and what you don't!

    I've used a Plantonics Voyager before, it succumbed to the Tucson heat a couple years ago and died a valiant death. It had great audio on my end, but my callers occasionally had trouble hearing me.

    I've had two iterations of Motorola flip-out headsets (the kind where the boom mic flips out from the body to turn on). Those were about 6 and 4 years ago. The audio on my end was great, my callers could barely hear me. I don't know anything about current Motorola bt headsets, though.

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    Jawbone.

    Excellent audio quality, tough, and good lookin. It's a bit expensive to begin with, but it's well worth the cost when you think about it. I've been using mine for about 3 years.

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    Which one do you have, Dorian?

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    The original... bought it in 2007 as a gift for someone only to realize they didn't have a bluetooth phone. So I kept it for myself. LOL.


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    I use a jawbone icon and a Plantronics voyager pro on my Inc with excellent results. Both have great outgoing volume and clarity, incoming is a little digital sounding on both but quite acceptable.
    The icon does better in extreme conditions but the pro is louder incoming and has better battery life.
    Both have no static when my phone is in my pocket , leather holster, or sitting somewhere while I walk around. The icon plays music/audio books/pod casts as well as voice but the pro doesn't have a2dp so it won't.
    I also enjoy how well my old Jabra 8010 works but it is no longer available.
    Hope that helps

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    VXI BlueParrott Roadwarrior B250-XT Bluetooth Wireless Headset for Cell Phones/Computers with AC and Auto Chargers:Amazon:Electronics
    As a truck driver, the 3 most important needs of a Bluetooth for me are clarity, noise cancellation, and battery life. This bigger fills all 3. 250+ hours standby, 25+ hours talk time, the incoming volume never has to be set above half way, and i can run down the road at 65mph, windows open, radio on, AND the CB squacking with out anyone else knowing I'm rolling down the road. I can leave the phone plugged in on the dash and walk around my trailer without losing the call. I plug it into the charger Saturday night after work, and take it to wok with me Monday morning. I don't cahrge it all week.
    2 Bonus features:
    1. You can charge it while using it.
    2. The battery is replaceable, costs less than $10.
    Down sides:
    1. You look like a goober wearing it.
    2. No A2DP.


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    I agree, I don't think the hacking community saved them {Motorola}... But let me be a disgruntled customer. RARRRR!!!!

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