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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TrumpetMan, Dec 24, 2011.

  1. TrumpetMan

    TrumpetMan Android Enthusiast
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  2. greggebhardt

    greggebhardt Android Enthusiast

    I do not know anyone who uses a BT headset anymore.
     
  3. pool_shark

    pool_shark Android Expert

    I've been using the plantronic savor m1100 for quite a while. My backup is the plantronics voyager pro.
     
  4. BubbaNexus

    BubbaNexus Android Enthusiast

    motorola elite flip.

    Tried the jawbone era. The fit really sucks.
     
  5. ThEoRy36O

    ThEoRy36O Well-Known Member


    Don't get the icon, get the era. Much better. Customizable options and just ridiculous battery life. Charge for barely 10 mins and you get 5 hours talk time.

    http://www.amazon.com/Jawbone-ERA-H...EDG2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1324753931&sr=8-1
     
  6. BubbaNexus

    BubbaNexus Android Enthusiast

    I can tell you the elite flip beats the era's battery life by a stretch. The customizable options rarely work right as well.

    The elite flip also has NFC technology that gives it a 300ft range with the nexus. ;)
     
  7. Android_LIFE

    Android_LIFE Android Enthusiast

    BlueAnt Q2.
    Reads texts that I receive to me, and also announces Who is calling.
    It really helps keep my eyes on the road :D
    Call clarity and volume is a JOY.
     
  8. pool_shark

    pool_shark Android Expert

    I loved those features in the blueant headset, but once the earbud started freely rotating it would not no longer stay in my ear.
     
  9. Android_LIFE

    Android_LIFE Android Enthusiast

    BlueAnt has additional earbud attachments that prevent this as well as various alternate internal earbud attachments.
     
  10. BubbaNexus

    BubbaNexus Android Enthusiast

    Trief that one, it had muffled sound and unbelieveably cheap build quality.


    Btw, all a2dp bluetooths read texts to you if you have vlingo.
     
  11. Android_LIFE

    Android_LIFE Android Enthusiast

    Sounds like you got a bad one,
    Mine luckily is crystal clear.

    As far as craftsmanship goes,
    BlueAnt has some of the best out there.
    Love the wind protection during calls too.
     
  12. BubbaNexus

    BubbaNexus Android Enthusiast


    i still have my blueant z1 that i've had for years. great headset. only bad thing about it is the battery life. i'd rate that one better than the q2 in every way except battery life (although it isn't much different).
     
  13. FitchVA

    FitchVA Member

    I'm using the Motorola H17
     
  14. gapi

    gapi Android Expert

    Blue Ant Q2 and loving it. Don't forget it holds your contacts and can voice dial them.
     
  15. blacknsb

    blacknsb Newbie

    Motorola Elite Silver. Its the best Bluetooth ive ever owned.
     
  16. Ltgk20

    Ltgk20 Newbie

    I use the Plantronics Voyager Pro. Its noise cancellation works awesome. It worked so well I advised people in the plant I used to work in to get them when we went to wi-fi phones (we ended up with about 20 people using them). Most reported both they and those they were talking too preferred them over the Voyager Pro to using the handset alone.
     
  17. pequeajim

    pequeajim Android Enthusiast

    I am using my Oticon BT Streamer along with my hearing aids.

    One thing about being hearing impaired is that my HAs are compatible with the BT device, and I don't have this chunk of plastic sticking out of my ear, The kids some times think I am talking to myself, but really am on a call.
     
  18. Lohung

    Lohung Android Enthusiast

    motorola elite flip.
     
  19. jamesoja

    jamesoja Well-Known Member

    Plantronics Voyager Pro HD, use it all the time. When not on the phone I am streaming ESPN radio or music through it.
     
  20. Using BlueAnt Q2 with no problems.
     

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