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Updated: Sep 21, 2014 12:22
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#3801
alaAverage 1

Southwestern Bell S60218 Telephone or PC Headset with Nokia Adapters

The one positive thing I can say about this headset is that people seem to be able to hear me and I can hear them. The negatives far outweigh that positive, however. The part that goes around your ear, which can be flipped to allow wearing the headset...

2 user reviews

#3802
alaAverage 1

Datel Communicator Headset PS3

This headset is poor. The cable is only about a meter long so for those like me whose PS3 is wired in and part of a cabinet set up with 42 inch plasma sat on top.......you can't get further away from the screen so, in this respect, this headset is...

2 user reviews

#3803
alaAverage 1

BlueWalker BW-HA02

Just wanted to warn anyone else thinking of purchasing this item. I may have got a faulty one but I will never know. The product looks ok but as soon as I put them on my head I new they were going to take a lot of getting used to. Unfortunately either...

2 user reviews

#3804
alaAverage 1

LG HBM-500

Headset ( over-the-ear ) - wireless - Bluetooth - black

2 user reviews

#3805
alaAverage 1

Cables Unlimited Ziplinq Retractable Sony Ericsson II Handsfree Headset

These guys must have a great markup for retailers or something; why would so many stores bother to carry such a bad product? I see this brand everywhere so I assumed it must be OK. I was wrong. I used mine rarely - maybe ten to twelve times - before it...

3 user reviews

#3806
alaAverage 1

Jabra EarWave Headset

I purchased the Jabra EarWave Boom at Best Buy in Feb 2005 for around $25. The product looked like it would fit comfortably around my ear - and it did. Included were two sets of soft gel-like ear plugs of differing lengths. The longer length ear plug...

2 user reviews

#3807
alaAverage 1

COBY CV M4

Noise is big and hurts ears. I only used it a couple of times. And right now, it is already broken

2 user reviews

#3808
alaAverage 1

GN Netcom GN 2127 NC - Headset ( over-the-ear )

This product ships with a proprietary "quick dis-connect" plug, and will not work with your normal 2.5mm jack. It requires one of their "boxes" (up to $100 dollars) or a Quick-Disconnect to 2.5mm adapter ($15.00). If you want an expensive product that...

2 user reviews

#3809
alaAverage 1

Pama Sharp GX10

The head set works but the cable is rather short. The car charger works fine, again the cable is on the short side. The data cable is a waste of time and money and probably against consumer protection laws as it does not work at all as advertised....

3 user reviews

#3810
alaAverage 1

Pama Nokia 6310 D/T Station

At about fifty pounds - not inexpensive - one would expect this to work as the manufacturer describes. Poor quality follows poor instructions as drivers can hear but cannot be heard. A simple earpiece and magnetic holder would be a far better and...

2 user reviews

#3811
alaAverage 1

Axis 302

How do you delete?

2 user reviews

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#3812
alaAverage 0.5

Nokia Bluetooth Wireless Headset HDW-2

At AU$249, the HDW-2 is cheaper than other Bluetooth headsets we've seen. It isn't bad for a first try, although there are various inconsistencies from reception to battery choice. But at the end of the day, Nokia should be applauded for doing what it...

2 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3813
alaScore -1

Ultimate Ears UE 900

Nothing is taken away except negative qualities you noted in your review. I have two UE900s, both with equal hours burn-in. One with and one w/o mod. No contest.

2 expert reviews

#3814
alaScore -1

Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

One thing that did initially strike me as odd was that this was advertised as a 7.1 headset, yet only had a single 50mm driver in each ear cup. Right off the bat that signaled to me that the 7.1 surround will be emulated, as a true 7.1 surround would...

3 expert reviews

#3815
alaScore -1

Nokia J

We just got the Nokia J in for review, and while we check it out over the next couple days and write up our review, we figured the Bluetooth headset was just...

2 expert reviews

#3816
alaScore -1

Droid

It's hard to look at the DROID without looking at the company which brought the device to life. Motorola: for years the name has been synonymous with... well, disappointment. While the industry-stalwart made cellphones sexy with the RAZR, the days...

3 expert reviews

#3817
alaScore -1

Plantronics Explorer 395 Bluetooth headset launched and reviewed

We've been impressed with Plantronics last few Bluetooth headsets, finding the company's DSP offers a decent balance of background noise reduction while not

2 expert reviews

#3818
alaScore -1

Solarvoice 908 BT

This Bluetooth headset powers itself via a photovoltaic charging panel

2 expert reviews

#3819
alaScore -1

Micro Black

The Micro Black Scooter has been specifically designed for those wanting the ultimate commuting tool. Designed with massive 200mm wheels this is the fastest scooter that Micro produce and is ideal for maximum distance with minimum effort. It also has a...

2 expert reviews

#3820
alaScore -1

Iharmonix Platinum i-Series

With an MRSP of $59.99, the iharmonix Platinum i-Series finds itself in a hotly-contested headset segment. We feel its distinctive looks will decide most would-be buyers before the sound gets an audition, but if you can live with the heft and the...

3 expert reviews

#3821
alaScore -1

iVoice Baby-ai

Bluetooth headsets are commonplace these days — especially since most states have now made it illegal to drive while holding a cell phone. Bluetooth headsets that are both comfortable and sound great, however, are anything but commonplace. More often...

2 expert reviews

#3822
alaScore -1

Kensington Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

Something about being tied to your pc while you are listening to music and watching movies by a cord isn't what I would consider comfortable. I like the idea that I can move around without being limited by a cord. This is where Kensington's Bluetooth...

2 expert reviews

#3823
alaScore -1

Razer Piranha Gaming Headset

After I spent a few days playing games with the Razer Piranha headset, I began to realize how cleverly the microphone was designed. Personally, I really hate things getting into my field of vision while I am playing video games. At best, it distracts...

3 expert reviews

#3824
alaScore -1

Nextlink Invisio G5

Like previous Nextlink headsets, the Invisio G5 is small, lightweight, and incredibly comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. However, as mentioned before, be sure you are comfortable with the earpiece, as some find it intrusive and difficult...

2 expert reviews

#3825
alaScore -1

mbl Radialstrahler 116/121/111RC 5 Channel Surround Sound System

Whatever high hopes I had for an mbl Radialstrahler-based surround sound system (and they were high) were more than met by this magical combination. In terms of three-dimensional seamlessness, textural palpability, harmonic sophistication and overall...

2 expert reviews

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