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Updated: Aug 3, 2015 11:43
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#3001
alaScore 66

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 | 24 user reviews

#3002
alaScore 66

Ozone OXID Gaming Headset

The Ozone Oxid proved to be a fairly even mix of pros and cons. On the upside you get great audio quality. Games and Music sounded about how they should. The inline controls were also a very welcome feature. Even during testing I found the media...

5 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#3003
alaScore 66

Nokia HDW-2 Bluetooth

Hi, there is an easy solution. If you open the battery-container of your Headset, there will be ...

2 expert reviews | 96 user reviews

#3004
alaScore 66

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

#3005
alaScore 66

Logitech Premium Stereo USB Headset 30

There used to be a time when you had to be wary of USB sound products, but not here

2 expert reviews | 48 user reviews

#3006
alaScore 66

Anycom HS-777

Lasted two years but it was so uncomfortable I used as less as possible. Bulky batter can make you seat and makes this piece very uncomfortable in even mildly warm environments. Also the speaker does not enter the ear canal or block off external sound....

33 user reviews

#3007
alaScore 66

Targus Plantronics S50 Headset

I am on the same boat with people who rated low. This mouse died after about 6 months. If you are rich, keep buying this one and keep replacing. I am not, so I will buy another product as a replacement.

118 user reviews

#3008
alaScore 66

Motorola DC800

At first glance the Motorola DC800 seems like the perfect device to Bluetooth enable your stereo system. However with today's skyrocketing sales of Apple iPod's, it is inconceivable that Motorola would have designed such a perfect device without taking...

1 expert reviews | 33 user reviews

#3009
alaScore 66

Raptor Gaming Mystify COMM RP673103

A flippant title, but one that every parent will want to know how sturdily it is built. I have listened in and the sound quality is good, as is the microphone resception. As all kids seem to treat their equipment harder then adults I was concerned that...

16 user reviews

#3010
alaScore 66

Wintech WH-2688

With a braided cable (harder wearing and difficult to damage accidentally), single cable that doesn't get in the way and a microphone that can be positioned (stays in place!) in myriad of positions, this is a star buy. The head band is comfortable...

1 expert reviews | 419 user reviews

#3011
alaScore 66

GN Netcom GN 6210

CNet took a look at the GN Netcom GN 6210 Bluetooth headset and found it to be a useful, comfortable unit with some audio quality problems and a steep price ($249). Especially handy, according to the review, is the headset's ability to work both with...

8 expert reviews | 39 user reviews

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#3012
alaScore 66

Etymotic ETY-COM - Headset ( ear-bud )

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1 expert reviews | 115 user reviews

#3013
alaScore 66

Motorola HS830 Helmet Headset

This is my first bluetooth earpiece so I don't know if the lack of audio clarity is intrinsic to this or to all bluetooth devices. I use it in my left ear although when one does this the "pendant" is flipped over which doesn't affect me in the...

2 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#3014
alaScore 66

Jabra BT110

Release your Jabra." That sounds like someone wants to break your jaw free. And that is not Rocky Balboa.

2 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#3015
alaScore 66

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

#3016
alaScore 66

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

#3017
alaScore 66

Logitech 980408-0914 Mobile Express

Let's call it like it is... you aren't going to get a top of the line headset with lots of accessories and a DSP for under $50. If you are shopping in the under $50 category you probably aren't looking for a masterpiece. You most likely want a basic...

1 expert reviews | 125 user reviews

#3018
alaScore 66

IOGEAR GBE211

This lightweight headset offers good call clarity and a few handy options. A particularly useful feature of this headset is its compatibility with most Bluetooth cell phones as well as your computer (and such programs as MSN or Yahoo Messenger). The...

1 expert reviews | 32 user reviews

#3019
alaScore 66

Plantronics DSP 100

I think I've used this headset for about ten years. Long enough that the stickers on the fob containing the electronics fell off of their own accord, and long enough that the original earpad rotted away and had to be replaced. It worked on a PowerPC...

29 user reviews

#3020
alaScore 66

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 | 694 user reviews

#3021
alaScore 66

Palm 3206WW TREO 650 Bluetooth Headset

Product: Palm Treo Headset Price: $79.99 Rating: Average - 6.5/10.0 Pros: Light, comfortable, easy to access buttons. Cons: Susceptible to wind noise, caller complained it was hard to hear, overpriced. Overall: Nice matching headset for your Treo 650...

1 expert reviews | 170 user reviews

#3022
alaScore 66

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

#3023
alaScore 66

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

#3024
alaScore 66

Sagem MY 401 X

Sagem shows us that ultra-slim handsets don't have to cost pay-as-you-go customers an arm and a leg.

4 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#3025
alaScore 66

Plantronics MX10

don't work. i have tried everything and nothing works. it took forever for me to find a headset to work with it so i missed the return on it.

10 user reviews

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