By the way my reviews are based on me using the headset for a day. I need something secure. My primary use for it at work will be music. Comfort is a must along with security and durability.
My views and opinion may not reflect your own, for you may feel some features are more important to others. I suggest you look at more then just my reviews. And if any one have or uses any bluetooth headsets a full review would be nice. Think it will help people looking to buy some in the future.
My personal ratings are based on the following:
signal durability (how long it keeps a signal, and how often, if any, that it cuts off)
ease of pairing.
does it stay paired
how does it hold up during every day use.
does it hould up after a workout.
Jwin Bluetooth headset:
battery life: ??? it kept cutting seems to last but idk
durability: looks like it can take a beating
signal strength: 2/10 poor
signal durability (how long it keeps a signal, and how often, if any, that it cuts off): 2/10
music quality: 7/10 when it works the music plays great
call quality: 7.5/10
ease of pairing: 7/10
does it stay paired: 2/10
how does it hold up during every day use: 2/10 I just put them up after it cut out after the 5th time.
does it hold up after a workout: ???? have not tried
price: $30 on amazon
Last edited by pc747; 07-04-2010 at 04:35 PM.
Motorola S9 HD:
Comfort: 3/10 If i wore a cap backwards it would have held on my head
battery life: 6/10
durability: seems strong but only had it for a day
signal strength: 6.5/10
signal durability (how long it keeps a signal, and how often, if any, that it cuts off): 4/10
music quality: 6.5/10
call quality: ??
ease of pairing: 6/10
does it stay paired: 4/10
how does it hold up during every day use: 5/10
does it hold up after a workout: ????
Price 99.99 at bestbuy.
Because I could not get the bluetooth light to come on and its probable that I had a bad pair. I can not give an honest assessment. It looked like it could have been nice, especially with the ability to blug it in to the 3.5 jack and listen to it that way as well.
If any one has used I would be grateful for a review.
I have the Jabra BT3030 and it works great with my Droid. I can use whatever earbuds i want (I use my skullcandys) and hear and speak very clearly on both ends with it. I use it in the gym as well when I'm listening to music on my Droid. It's a neat little bluetooth device that gives quality and style at the same time. Oh, and it has two BT radios as well, one for you phone, the other for your ipod (with the bluetooth accessory).
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My review for the rocketfish RF MAB2
Comfort: 7.5/10 overall it fits pretty snug. I nevery had to worry about wondering if it was going to fall off of my head. After a long day, towards the end the tip of my ear started to ache. But for the most part felt good.
battery life: 8/10 it did not take long to charge, and during lunch break I was able to give it a quick 45 min charge. It lasted the entire shift.
durability: 6.5/10 think it can last, but depends on the working environment. Do not think it would last long in a rugged environment. But that is based on opinion.
signal strength: 5/10 It starts breaking up after about 10 feet.
signal durability (how long it keeps a signal, and how often, if any, that it cuts off): 8/10 I have not had it cut off on me during the time I used it. It had its moments when it would break up but then it will continue to play.
music quality: 8.5/10 the music sounded clear and it captured the bass pretty well.
call quality: 6/10 at times when talking it seems like i am yelling over the other person because it cuts out when I am talking. I actually just took the bluetooth off and talked via speakerphone to get better communication
ease of pairing. 8.5/10
does it stay paired: 8.5/10 even when it breaks up it, especially if you get out of range, once it regains the signal it will play again with out having to go back into the phone.
how does it hold up during every day use.: 7.5/10 The music broke up at times and felt like it would cut out, but once I repositioned the phone it regained its signal and continue to play.
does it hold up after a workout. ?????
price: 59.99 at best buy.
So far the rocket fish has been the best working bluetooth head set I have tried. I am still awaiting the moto 305s to be delivered.
Strong with music weak on calls
Last edited by pc747; 07-06-2010 at 02:01 PM.
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