I own over half a dozen Bluetooth headsets (Jabra,Plantronics,Motorola, Jawbone, Samsung). My favorite is the Motorola H710. Its loud, clear, rugged, easy to use, good battery life and very secure on your ear. Your mileage may vary..
Last edited by Hermes; 04-02-2010 at 09:07 AM.
I have tried many BT headsets from >$100 to < $20. They all have their pluses and minuses. For me I ended up with a Plantronics 510 or 520 series as it offered the noise reduction, clear sound (receiving and sending) and excellent battery life. It is a bulky headset that sits on the ear and is not glamorous as all but for driving in my loud Jeep Wrangler or with the sunroof open I found nothing beats it.
I have a s-69 bluetooth stereo headset and i wanna connect it to my lap top ,on which WIN 7 is installed. When i search the device on my laptop, the bluetooth device can find bluetooth stereo headset but device manager requests the driver. However, when i bought bluetooth stereo headset no driver was included. I tried to set up a driver for bluetooth stereo headset from windows 7 driver default, but it didn't connect to my laptop and it didn't work. Anyone can help me?
I have the Blue Ant Q1, LG HBM-570, Motorola S9-HD, PLT 510 and everyone one of the have terrible feedback. With the Ant no one can hear me talking. Not fould one yet to work with my Motorola Droid X