Well, I decided to just make a choice on my own, and I chose the LG Tone (HBS-700). Initially, it worked only for phone calls, not music, but after a few restarts of the phone, it now works flawlessly with my music player and Pandora, so I am happy with my purchase.
Sorry I'm late to the party. I have the Jaybird Freedom BT headphones and love them.
I looked at something similar at one point and decided against them, because the part that goes into the ear was so conspicuous. I like the LG headset because the bulk of it goes around my neck (and can be covered with a coat or scarf if needed).
And the reason this is important to me is that there has been a rash of smartphone thefts in the areas I spend my time in, and an obvious bluetooth headset is almost asking to be mugged.
Last edited by gingersnapgirl; November 30th, 2012 at 08:27 PM.
That's cool. I bought the jaybirds because I've got small ear holes or something, ear buds always drop out of my ears. These stay in place like no other buds I've ever tried. Also the sound is better than most BT headphones
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An attractive alternative that I use is the Samsung HS3000, it's a bluetooth adapter slightly smaller than a stick of gum that has a mic and media transport buttons built in. It allows you to use your favorite headphones as a stereo bluetooth headset . Sound is excellent, also supports the apt-x sound codec.
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