I just had to return the command one blue tooth because it would not dial out a call via the headset and motorola support offered nothing. I want to purchase another one and need to know which ones work the best with the Razr Maxx?
I purchased the Bose Bluetooth Headset Series 2 and although expensive, it has the best clarity (even with windows down in my car) and the person you are talking with do not realize you are on a ear piece. I highly recommend this device.
Device(s): Razr MAXX, Droid 3, Droid X2, Droid Pro
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I have the Jawbone Icon. It is very inexpensive and still able to be programmed with different voices. It is small and discreet. My friends can hear me well and I hear them perfectly. Best for the money in my mind.
Device(s): Current: Samsung GS4, Rooted Nexus 7, HP Touchpad running CM9
Previous: Moto DRM, Bionic, X
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I have a Jawbone Era, a Motorola S305 headset, and I recently acquired a Jaybird JF3 Freedom headset (for working out). I've discovered that my problem is not so much the headset, but more of an issue with DRM. While othere phones or Bluetooth devices have worked very well, the DRM has issues when I move my body a certain way or even if I have my phone in a backpack and relatively close to the headset. The problem could be with my particular phone, but it is frustrating...
Device(s): Motorola RAZR MAXX HD, Samsung Galaxy S3 (32g), Asus Transformer Prime 32g.
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I have been using 2 high rated ones, and seeing which is better.
Pros-Sounds great, friends/familly say I sound fine. Very comfortable,Great battery life, Good noise canceling.
Cons- In loud environments, its hard to hear the other person.
Motorola Elite Flip:
Pros- Sounds good in loud environments, can hear people just fine, battery life is exceptional, Noise canceling seems to work as well as the jawbone.
Cons- not as comfortable, and can make the ear sore after 6 hours, or so. Not as light weight as the jawbone.
I still couldnt decide between the two, so I kept both. I use the Jawbone around the house, or when Im not in a poud environment, and use the Elite Flip at work (construction).
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Plantronic Voyager Pro is the best bluetooth device I have ever owned and I have a drawer full of crap ones. People don't even know I am on a BT device when I am talking. Battery life is long and the ear piece is comfortable. No echo, no static, no voice loopback.
Now, if you want one for your car, the Motorola Roadster 2 is only $64 from Amazon and it is a sweet unit. Works great as a portable speaker for my Nexus 7 as well.
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Plantronic Voyager Pro is the best bluetooth device I have ever owned and I have a drawer full of crap ones.
I work in datacenters with lots of air movement and noise, people cannot hear me on a desk phone or on my Droid Maxx. The only way to talk with people is on the Voyager, the noise cancellation is super.
Outside of work...
Motorola H780 that was nice and small but after using it for some time people complained I was sound quiet. Switched to M155, no problems.
Plantronics M155, it works well and has voice recog stuff I've never bothered to mess with. Speaks how much talk time available on boot, nice.
Sony BT50, great headphones that will also take a phone call. Not too great in a noisy environment, and since they are nice headphones that block outside sound you can't hear yourself talk, which can be confusing.
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