Reccomendations for Bluetooth headset


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zac08

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Anyone with reccomendations for a good one?

thinking of investing in a good one as mine has bad noise cancellation qualities. Was looking at the Motorolla HX-1, but it seems to have some faults still...
 

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Subscribing to this thread for a good hands-free solution. I heard OEM ones are pretty okay.
 

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How's the sound quality? and pricing?
Using it now....so far so good. Just updated the firmware...

It has load of new features...like voice isolation, wind noise reduction...etc.

The thing I like about it is able to say commands like call back, call office, call home and speed dials one two three four.... Best when driving lor.It even telling you the calling no....give it a choice of saying answer or ignore. I got it for about Aud$85

It also comes with a usb charger for car and power point... 2 years warranty I think.
 

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Using it now....so far so good. Just updated the firmware...

It has load of new features...like voice isolation, wind noise reduction...etc.

The thing I like about it is able to say commands like call back, call office, call home and speed dials one two three four.... Best when driving lor.It even telling you the calling no....give it a choice of saying answer or ignore. I got it for about Aud$85

It also comes with a usb charger for car and power point... 2 years warranty I think.
Thanks... will consider this. :)
 

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Anyone else with reccomendations?
 

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Check out Jawbone Prime by Aliph.

I am using it and it hasnt disappointed me. No need for the earloop and has very good noise cancellation. Battery can last for a few days and charge via usb cable instead of bulky charger. A bit ex though. Found one shop selling it at SLS or you can import fr manufacturer.
 

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Check out Jawbone Prime by Aliph.

I am using it and it hasnt disappointed me. No need for the earloop and has very good noise cancellation. Battery can last for a few days and charge via usb cable instead of bulky charger. A bit ex though. Found one shop selling it at SLS or you can import fr manufacturer.
Was looking at this too from the website reviews. How much is it?
 

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Itech Bluetooth headset is GREAT!!
 

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where can i purchase a Blue Ant product in SG?

tia
 

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Hi mphil,

still reading?? Any idea on the cost?
 

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I have used many brands of bluetooth in the past - Nokia, Samsung, Sonyericsson, Jabra, etc. and so far Plantronics is the best. I love those with digital sound processor (DSP), a useful feature especially in a noisy environment where most device will struggle to filter out the unwanted noise. My current set is the Plantronics Voyager 835 and it is :thumbsup: If you like a boomer type, today's Digital Time also feature a boomer bluetooth and the reviewer rated it as crystal clear. I am not surprised as it is a Plantronics (model Voyager PRO).
 

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I have used many brands of bluetooth in the past - Nokia, Samsung, Sonyericsson, Jabra, etc. and so far Plantronics is the best. I love those with digital sound processor (DSP), a useful feature especially in a noisy environment where most device will struggle to filter out the unwanted noise. My current set is the Plantronics Voyager 835 and it is :thumbsup: If you like a boomer type, Today's Digital Time also feature a boomer bluetooth and the reviewer rated it as crystal clear. I am not surprised as it is a Plantronics (model Voyager PRO).
Is it the one which looks like the old Jabra design?? :sweat:
 

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I paid US130.00 for it and a fren brought it back for me from the States. Didnt see the price of it at SLS but the shop is on the 4th or 5th floor near the escalator. But there's someone at HWZ selling. HTH. ;)
 

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Another plus point for Plantronics is that they give you 2 years warranty compared to other brands which give you one year including Jabra.
 

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