Best Bluetooth Droid X

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    Bluetooth use to get on my nerves hanging on my ear and been using wired headphones with the mic on it.

    Now for the past week I've been Using an old one I just found but people say I sound far away and want to go back. Lend me some suggestions before I make my choice I know its hundreds of them. And I don't think there is any particular ones that cater to Droid X.
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    I seem to be having good results with my Blue Ant head set. I did need to put a different rubber cushion on the ear post for I it to got my ear properly.
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    My jawbone is awesome and I have never had problems with it

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    The Jawbone icon that came packaged with my Droid X seems to work well. At any rate my family tells me they can't tell the difference, even if I'm in the car. Of course they say the same about speaker phone mode, which I find hard to believe. Of course, I don't use that in the car.
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    The Motorola S10HD is more for music, but the call quality and how people hear me is superb.
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    I have used blue ants for years now and have had no problem with any of them. I currently have the q1 and looking to upgrade to the q2 soon. I can't say much about any other brands i.e. the jawbone, but the blue ants have a tone of sweet features like caller id, they will play all your media and they are very easy to use and pair. One last thing there are apps in the market for all the newer models.

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    i use the nokia bh-905 they are terrific they have a noice cancellation button. i use it for music, podcasts, slingplayer, and phone calls. and for the car i use jabra cruiser.
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    Jawbone Icon by far the best ive used and Ive used a lot.
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    Blueant T1 it rocks.

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    I just started using the Plantronics Voyager Pro +. Its a little bulky looking but very comfortable and the sound is crystal clear.
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    Blue ant z9 is great

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    Jawbone Icon is the only bluetooth I have ever used but it performs flawlessly! Comfort comes as you get used to wearing it, I dont even notice mine anymore.
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    Its strange to me that I've been owning cell phones for over 13 years and never have a headset bluetooth a real try, guess it was a mental block because I always have the coolest up to date things with cell phones.
    At that time I had ratherd put the phone to my face now in the past year I've been using the wired with the mic for music and talk. Then I thought to myself "why I don't have a bluetooth?" when I decided to make this thread surprisingly I couldn't find no thread already started on this, either I missed it our I'm even more behind then I thought.

    Not that much ina rush I'm leaving the decision in your hands, I ll decide in a few days.
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    I never had one before my jawbone icon and now I don't know how I made it without one. & the icon is pretty darn good. Very very good background noise cancellation, crisp clarity and downloadable apps!

    Since getting mine I have swayed three friends to convert to jawbone and they love em too!

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    Apps for a bluetooth headset? Yeah I'm behind
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    Lol ya the blue ant app is nice. it allows the headset to reed your incoming texts

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    Until recently bluetooth was nothing to get excited about,a minor addition at best . A2dp was not on most non music headphones, different ones didn't work on different phones, sound quality was hit n miss, noise reduction was a gimmick, etc.
    In the last couple,3 years at most, bluetooth has finally caught up to being useful to the masses.
    I've been a bluetooth user since the days of needing an adaptor plugged into the ear jack and until early 2010 the rule of thumb was "works right with your phone, comfortable, less than $120, pick 2."
    With the Jawbone Icon the rules changed and now the other guys are serious about catching up and passing it and keeping the price down at the same time.
    My favorite all time is the Jabra 8010 but my best working one is my Icon.
    Support Our Troops!! written in some form from a wifi monolith.
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    OK, I've RTFF and lots of reviews from all and sundry, and still cannot find any definitive opinions as to which is the best all-around, i.e. voice/sound call quality, wind noise suppression, comfort/fit, etc. I've looked at the Blue Ant (both the Q2 and T1), the Jawbone Icon, the Plantronics Voyager Pro, the Jabra.

    Anyone run into any side-by-side comparisons? Anyone tried several (or all) of these with the DX, indoors and outside as well?

    I really need to get a wireless headset, but don't have the funds to just get a different one if the one I select isn't up to par. Sigh.

    Suggestions anyone?
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    I've used several but my favorite is the Playstation bluetooth headset. Excellent voice quality, noise cancellation, & it even has a mute button! Only $50.

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    Good, perfect time for me to jump in now. I can't even stand to hold the phone up to my ear any more, I have to rush and find my wired set when the phone rings.

    What about music? I know at one time I looked up if Bluetooth can play music from your head set and I read that you couldn't, one reason I forgot about the thing in the first place
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