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Updated: Dec 22, 2014 20:45
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#2451
alaScore 64

Labtec Axis 502

I saw warnings about the ear covers in other people's reviews but figured it couldn't be THAT bad... It was actually worse. I had foam dust particles in my hair the first time I put them on :P You buy these, buy the ear covers to go with them at the...

34 user reviews

#2452
alaScore 64

Southwing SH 310

If this headset were to be priced just $20 more (putting it in a higher class along with the Bluespoon AX2, for example), then I'd undoubtedly knock a few more points off of its rating. But because it's an entry level headset, it's got entry level...

1 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#2453
alaScore 64

Jawbone Bluetooth Headset - Black

Ahhhhh, the technology we embrace and pay big bucks for is patently average but needed for hands free driiving in my state.

75 user reviews

#2454
alaScore 64

Jabra A210 Bluetooth Adapter for 2.5 Universal Headset Jack

Wireless headsets give you more freedom, but they don't work with older cell phones. The Jabra A210 Bluetooth Adapter solves that problem. Just plug the cable from the matchbook-size adapter into the 2.5mm headset jack on your phone and start talking....

1 expert reviews | 155 user reviews

#2455
alaScore 64

Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset (Black)

What a POS! It's okay until you run out of s... 

75 user reviews

#2456
alaScore 64

Palm Treo Ultralight Wireless Headset

The problem with this headset has nothing to do with call quality, design or construction - the only problem is price. This headset looks identical from the specs to the Plantronics 640. When you add the price of the headset (from Palm's website) and...

1 expert reviews | 57 user reviews

#2457
alaScore 64

Jabra T 5330

Jabra has been a generous provider of products to DigitalReviews Network, and without doubt their recent products have earned some well deserved praise. DigitalReviews now takes the Jabra M5390 Multiuse Headset for some serious testing and see how it...

5 expert reviews | 15 user reviews

#2458
alaScore 64

PC850 Bluetooth USB Adapter

it kind of worked for what I needed it for. it took a while to get set up and it did work but not as well as expected

24 user reviews

#2459
alaScore 64

Belkin PureAV Silver Series 3-1 Automatic Scart Switcher - AV Selector

what can i say about this product,,,, it worked i guess,, sold at a car boot sale as everything has gone HDMI these days

21 user reviews

#2460
alaScore 64

Logitech Precision PC Gaming

This thing broke within the first 3 months of use. Very bulky and not very good. The mic boom didn't work right, and the head piece was not very comfortable.

197 user reviews

#2461
alaScore 63

Nokia HDD-1

I wouldn't recommend it at all. The only purpose is to plug it and plug your headphones into it. Well, my headphones (several pairs) wouldn't work with it for some unknown reason.

17 user reviews

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#2462
alaScore 63

Motorola HF800 Bluetooth Speaker

An alternative to headsets, with 10-metre range that will store up to 8-paired devices, but limited by overall sound quality

1 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

#2463
alaScore 63

Sony Ericsson HPR-20

User can save up to 9 FM radio stations in the memory of portable handsfree. One can also turn on Basses.

1 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#2464
alaScore 63

LTB LTB-AC97-M

Some of the other reviews look bogus. I would tell you to read gaming forums and see for yourself. These are the best. EOS

29 user reviews

#2465
alaScore 63

LTB LTB-USB-M

Another fine example of the current state of product development. Obviously, the designers never tested these in actual use, or have no knowledge whatsoever of acoustics and how speakers work. The microphone is actually attached to the left speaker....

44 user reviews

#2466
alaScore 63

Samsung HS850 Wireless Cell Phone Headset

get the HS820 if you are going with a motorola, it's way better. this one feels like its going to break. it disconnects way to much and i can barely hear anyone while int he mall.

222 user reviews

#2467
alaScore 63

NEC NEC 343I

I bought this phone in January last year. First thing that went wrong was that it was faulty. The phone continuously told me to insert the SIM, which was obviously in, so I sent it back. Sod's law dictated then that the phone was out of stock, so I had...

33 user reviews

#2468
alaScore 63

Jabra BT110

We were pleased to see Jabra did not compromise sound quality for economy. After we paired the headset to our Motorola V600, calls were loud and clear on both ends. The headset grew patchy after about 15 feet, but we still give it two thumbs up. Jabra...

3 expert reviews | 41 user reviews

#2469
alaScore 63

Anycom HS-890

This Bluetooth headset works great with my Cingular 8125. I am very happy with it and would highly recommend it.

23 user reviews

#2470
alaScore 63

Altec Lansing AHS-202

Not sure what the others are griping about. I've been using this headset and mic for over a year now. Can't report any problems. As an IT worker i'm on my machine over 8 hours a day. I listen to music all day, I've dropped them, accidently kicked them...

1 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#2471
alaScore 63

Motorola HS805 Wireless Cell Phone Headset

I have been owning this product for the last 3 months.For the price, it is worth every penny (it was free after rebate). The ability of using AAA batteries puts it above all other headsets in that respect. This is my first blue tooth headset. Sometimes...

10 user reviews

#2472
alaScore 63

Motorola H350

The main reason most people will purchase Motorola's H350 over-the-ear headset is its price; though it utilizes Bluetooth 2.0, it is considerably less costly than other options on the market. Nonetheless, the H350's performance is fairly steady....

2 expert reviews | 665 user reviews

#2473
alaScore 63

Motorola HS120

Way to much static and feedback making using the headset impossible. 2.5mm plug made poor connection, if any when used with wireless phone. Would not recommend this product to anyone.

29 user reviews

#2474
alaScore 63

Altec Lansing Oyoyo IM302

With features and sound quality that rivals more expensive headsets, the AHS302usb is a best buy at $25. If you are looking for a low-cost, entry-level headset with the functionality of more expensive sets, then look no further than the Altec Lansing...

2 expert reviews | 94 user reviews

#2475
alaScore 63

Shure i Series I4c

The Shure i4c should have been an accessory, not a standalone product.

2 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

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