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Old 02-07-2006, 12:39 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I bought a Motorola H500 from ebay, just received it today. I like it so far, my first bluetooth anything so I dont know what to complain about. Only thing I noticed is when i take an incoming call, the volume is low at first then it kicks in. Fits comfortably on my ear and is hidden under my hair, so people think i'm talking to myself lol
i have the exact same set-up - mine has been working great for the past 2 months.
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Old 02-07-2006, 09:51 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I've had a couple of Jabra BT headsets (can't remember the model numbers) and I didn't really like the way they felt, plus I wear glasses, and most BT headsets interfered with the earhook. Plus they were pretty heavy after a while. In my search for a more comforatble BT headset, I ran across the Nextlink line:
http://www.radioshack.com/product/in...ductId=2151353
It's light and the battery lasts forever. In addition, it charges off of USB. I had the original AX then upgraded to the AX2. I would add this to the list of headsets that you are considering.
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Old 02-07-2006, 10:27 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Hi ... I also have the Plantronics 640 ... what did you have to order to charge it with the BB charger or the USB cable? Did you use one of the adaptors that came with the headset?

Thanks.
The supplied adaptors won't do it. I ordered part #70393-01 from SKC Communications at 800-882-7779. It looks likes the supplied adaptors but is powered by mini-USB. Attaches to the bottom of the holder.
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Old 02-07-2006, 11:29 AM   #24 (permalink)
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The supplied adaptors won't do it. I ordered part #70393-01 from SKC Communications at 800-882-7779. It looks likes the supplied adaptors but is powered by mini-USB. Attaches to the bottom of the holder.
Thanks .... while I was searching for your adapter, I found something else interesting that might work. It's a Motorola Y-adapter for the Razr phone that has a mini-USB on one side and the other side is a reg Motorola connector, which we have an adapter for from Plantronics. Hopefully, it will work.

Thanks again.
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Old 02-07-2006, 08:39 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I have used a Motorola HS810 and HS850 with 7100t and HS850 with 7130e with no problems other than both headsets stopped working after about 6 months of use. The HS850 worked well with the 7130e and did not cause it to reboot. The 7100t had a volume problem when using bluetooth headsets. The 7130e dosen't suffer that problem but as others have noted it does reboot with some headsets. I currently use a Jabra BT500 which I think I like better than the HS850 but it has caused my 7130e to reboot occasionally. Hoping the next Verizon software release will fix the problem.
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Old 02-07-2006, 10:08 PM   #26 (permalink)
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I have the HS820 and the Logitech Mobile Freedom. The Mobile Freedom has a high pitched squeal on the receiving party's end so the HS820 is my recommendation. No one has complained about the HS820's sound quality and it's extremely small and light. I have a 7105t on the Hong Kong 4.1 OS. BTW if anyone can help me with my Mobile Freedom problem I'd really appreciate it.
Well, I like the way the 820 connects with my 7100g (Cingular), but the volume is *way* too low for me....
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I use a HBH-200 Sony Ericsson
http://www.clubsonyericsson.com/en/p...es_hbh200.shtm
Pretty Nice it has a builtin caller id.
And you can scroll through your calllog and return calls
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Old 02-07-2006, 11:08 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Sony Ericsson HBH-662. The bluetooth connection works well,but the volume is too low.
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I am using the Oakley RazrWires with the Moto BT - on my 7520 - It sounded great! Perfect audio no issues, now that i switched to the 7100i - It is ok other then the further you get from the handset the more static you recieve - sounds good up close a few feet away - everyone I talk to say that it sounds good on thier end. Plus they are the most stylin BT out there..
What do you do at night ?
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Old 02-08-2006, 10:12 AM   #30 (permalink)
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I have been using a jabra 250 with my moto v710 and now with my 7130e with no complaints.
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Old 02-08-2006, 12:51 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Thanks so much guys for all your great feedback. I did a lot of comparison shopping and a lot of reading and I decided to go with the Motorola HS820 .

I went to this website, Mobileburn and read up on it and decided that it would be the best for me. I also found a buddy who has the same one and he loves it too. So, I decided to purchase that one.

I did a pricegrabber on it and found it for less than $30 shipped. It was hard to pass up.

SO... when it comes in the mail, i'll try it out and post my final word. Hopefully this experience will be better than my bellagio case experience with blackberryden.com.

Check out that thread...
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you've heard it from others. I like the Motorola HS810, mostly because of the design (I like the boom), but it works great with my 7100t.
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What do you do at night ?
Surprizingly enough the design allows for the sunglasses to sit ontop of my head and the earpeice will still fit into my ear (not a tight fit light when they are on your nose - but the piece is loud enough that it makes no difference.

Really you would be surprized on how well they work - though they do get weird stares in a semi-professional job when you have sunglasses on top of your head all day no one really minds where I work though
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I think I'll give them a try then.
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The Motorola HS820 I got is awesome! Super clear, tons of features, great reception, good distance... I am very hapy with my sub $30 purchase!

I just wanted to thank you all for your opinions and suggestions, I really appreciated it!
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I just got an HS820 as well. From Nb_mitch.

Clear as day, I love it
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Old 02-15-2006, 10:02 AM   #37 (permalink)
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I originally was doing the 7100i with the
Motorola HS810(worked nice), than i lost it.
Now i am overdoing it real strong with the
Motorola HS850... needed it bad.
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Old 02-16-2006, 01:41 AM   #38 (permalink)
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Im new to the community, I just bought a Jabra JX10 about a week ago. So far Im happy with the design but I don't have too much experience with many BT headsets. Works great IMO.

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Old 02-16-2006, 08:55 AM   #39 (permalink)
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I have tried several..... I completely hated Plantronics....

I am now using Nxzen which has many nice features but people have difficulty with the quality when communicating with me.

The best I have used is the basic Motorola.
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I bought a cheap one on eBay and it's worked out well so far.

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