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Which Bluetooth Headset?


Jun 3, 2006, 10:15 PM
I'm looking for a headset for my a950. I'm currently considering the Motorola H500, HS820, HS850, Jabra 150 and 350V. Does anyone have any experience with any of these? I will usually have the phone on me or within 10 feet. I went to a Verizon store and one of the representatives told me the H500 isn't good for the a950. Anyone have evidence of this?

Thank you for any help.

Jun 3, 2006, 11:27 PM
H500-does work well with the 950 and is a very good fitting headset.

HS820-poor fit, too "outdated".

HS850-poor fit.

Jabra 150-works well, so-so fit.

Jabra 350V-works well, so-so fit, vibrate a little strong and will make your ear "itch".

Jun 4, 2006, 1:13 AM
Well I'm looking more for functionality. My friend told me his dad's headset isn't loud enough (he doesn't have any of the ones i listed). That would be a determining factor for me. Is there any of these headsets that stand out for each company? I would like one Motorola and one Jabra to compare to each other.

Thanks for the post, btw, Mary424

Jun 4, 2006, 4:21 PM
I have used both the Jabra 150 and the Motorola H500. I ended up keeping the Jabra because it seemed to work better and also is easier to use (to me anyway). I had clarity issues with the H500 and the buttons seemed harder to use after using the Jabra. Hope you find the best one for you! 🙂

Jun 13, 2006, 10:49 PM
I've had the H500. I thought the sound quality and volume was ok. However, I took back the H500 after speaking with a Motorola rep who told me that that particular headset drains the batteries of CDMA network phones quicker than other bluetooth headsets. I can honestly say, now that I have another bt headset, I can see the rep was right. Currently I have the Moto H700 but I'm about to take that back as well. For some reason, I keep hearing static in my ear. I hope I just got a bad one because the comfort, sound quality (when there isn't static), volume, simplicity, and look are awesome.

BTW, VW is not selling the H700, I actually bought it from T-mobile because they were selling it for the cheapest price I'd seen for a reputable co...
my best friend Jack

Jun 14, 2006, 7:06 PM
Blue-Ant... by far the best headset to date. I tried the 820 and the 500 from motorolla, and everybody said i sounded like i waas in a tunnel. But with my blue ant i can go 80 mph down the freeway, with after market exhaust no problem. The company is out of Austrailia but sold at Go Wireless.

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