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Shure QuietSpot

Shure QuietSpot
alaScore 64

10 reviews

Nov, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the noise isolation and sound are overall positive. The microphone and comfort also get good comments.

comfort, microphone, sound, noise isolation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headsets the Shure QuietSpot is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 64/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

With many companies selling hands-free mobile headsets for under $15, is it worth spending $50 on a similar product? Shure thinks it is. They say that their QuietSpot QSH-3 entirely isolates your cell phone conversation from the outside world.

Total isolation for one ear ; several sleeve sizes included ; excellent sound ; clean looks ; noise-canceling microphone

Sometimes difficult to get perfect seal ; may not be comfortable to all users ; boom mic may not fit right for some people

Each piece is well thought out, customizable, and comfortable in ways we have not seen with any other headset.

Expert review by:

Review: Shure QuietSpot

 

I don't often review wired headsets, but when Shure contacted me about their new QuietSpot with its promise of superior audio quality, I thought it would be worth checking out. I was right.

Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I think this headset has all of the elements of what could be the best headset on the market…except for one thing. The boom is simply too short for almost any user. The mic is outstanding, if it is directly in front of your mouth. If it is not,...

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Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I think this headset has all of the elements of what could be the best headset on the market…except for one thing. The boom is simply too short for almost any user. The mic is outstanding, if it is directly in front of your mouth. If it is not,...

Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I've tried several headsets. I got the Shure to upgrade the ear piece sound quality. The ear piece was very good, nice volume, comfortable, and clear sounding. Unfortunately I can't use it cause virtually everyone I speak to says they can't hear me....

Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I've tried several headsets. I got the Shure to upgrade the ear piece sound quality. The ear piece was very good, nice volume, comfortable, and clear sounding. Unfortunately I can't use it cause virtually everyone I speak to says they can't hear me....

Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I love this earpiece. I have not trouble with it at all and use it as a preference over even the phone speaker itself. The only thing i've found i don't like is when i'm out walking, the person i'm talking to gets a lot of noise if there is wind on...

Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I love this earpiece. I have not trouble with it at all and use it as a preference over even the phone speaker itself. The only thing i've found i don't like is when i'm out walking, the person i'm talking to gets a lot of noise if there is wind on...

Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I bought the Quietspot QHS3. If you can't get the microphone to reach at least the corner of your mouth, then the listener can hardly hear you. I cannot get the boom to reach even the corner of my mouth without pulling it an holding it there. Once you...

Consumer review by:

Shure QuietSpot

 

I bought the Quietspot QHS3. If you can't get the microphone to reach at least the corner of your mouth, then the listener can hardly hear you. I cannot get the boom to reach even the corner of my mouth without pulling it an holding it there. Once...

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