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    ethereal Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    which is best headset for htc desire in your opinion. The one is in phone box is very ordinary sound quality. im big music fan, any idea will be greatly appreciated..thnx
     

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    How much did you get that for?

    Also i'm looking to get one mainly for music, how is the music sound quality on it?
     
  4. Uncle Tupelo

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    I've just bought a Jabra Clipper bluetooth headset to use with my Ultimate Ears headphones. I haven't had much time to play with it (haven't tried it to make and recieve calls) but it paired instantly with the Desire, music sounds great and all the controls works perfectly from what I can tell. I like the flexibility of using my own earphones.
     
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    ethereal Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    thnx for rep, where did u buy Jabra and Ultimate ears (which model) from.
     
  6. Uncle Tupelo

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    what about non-bluetooth?

    I want to use my own wired headphones but still have inline controls. The stock buds are shocking, but at least they have controls.

    Tried my old N95 remote, but it doesnt work :(
     
  8. tbl

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    anybody?
     
  9. ethereal

    ethereal Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    i bought jabra clipper bluetooth headset from Amazon (31 GBP), the best offer i could find after a lot of research.
    Ultimate Ears Super fi 5 silver earphones are selling 49.99 on amazon.
     
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    Ta, So you had no option to go wireless, or you just fancied it?
     
  11. tbl

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    You got a link to those earphones as well? Cant see them for that price :(
     
  12. ethereal

    ethereal Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    how did u managed to connect your jabra bluetooth headsets to win7 PC, I had no success so far (I tried installed new drivers from Brodcom, but no luck). However, pairing with desire is fine.
     
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    I haven't connected them to a PC. I just charged them then paired them with my Desire. I don't see any need for me to connect them to my PC.
     
  14. Will Johnson

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    When will a company bring out a high quality in-ear wired headset for the Desire with all the controls, i have searched everywhere??? I don't wont bluetooth because video audio is out of sync and having 2 bluetooth headsets (Seinhesier MM400
     
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    I have the Motorola HT820 which have pretty good sound (very clear, good separation). Can't remember the playback time but it is pretty damn good, and has something like 300hrs standy time. I think I paid about
     
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    I should also add that they work fine with Windows 7
     
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    skullcandy titan and full metal jackets both have a microphone and play pause buttons that work with the Desire. Unsure if you can skip tracks etc
     
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    hi Guys

    I just brought the Sony Ericson MW600. Great love it however doesnt seem to show the track name on the Display. Does anyone know how to fix this?
     
  20. kalfou

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    Does anyone know headphones that will increase the volume... Sounds silly but with my last device the volume actually increased with the different headphones i used...There must be a headphone out there that would increase the desires volume/all round sounds. I listen to music literally everyday for around 2-3 hours, i need the bass for drum+bass/grime and the treble/seperation for the heavy/hardcore metal...Thats ALL!!
     
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    I have the headphones i stated above and they are really good. I downloaded a different media player called "mixzing" free from the Market. It has a really good Graphic Equalizer which will allow you to do as you want
     
  22. na-fi

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    You should check the technical data of the headphones you consider for impedence and sensitivity. The impedence is stated in ohms, and is the measure of headphone load on an amplifier. Sensitivity is the sound pressure level (SPL) generated in the ear by 1 milliwatt of input, and is stated in dBs. As a general rule, a headphone with a lower impedence, and higher SPL value, will be more efficient, hence go louder.
     

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