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Old 12-31-2005, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So, my hs810 is pretty much worthless due to the flaw in the OS that makes the bt sound very dim.

With that, what other brands of headsets have you used in conjunction with the version 4 OS that sound loud and clear? 7100t models only.
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I would try the Plantronics M2500 Bluethooth headset. I have used it for over a year and it is terrific. It is not a "fit over the ear" headset, but rather the receiver goes right into your ear canal and is very easy to hear and understand. It has it's own volume control, plus you can use the volume control on the 7100 as well to adjust. The microphone is superior as well. I have never had anyone tell me they can't understand me.
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I got the plantronics voyager 510 headset and it works great for me.
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Would the M2500 work with the 7105t as well?
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Use a HS810 with my 7100T, using 4.0.2.49. Volume level is quite good.
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I was hoping the M2500 would work because I like it's design. It doesn't cover up your ear and seems to have great reviews.
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I like the HS820 from Motorola. Tried the HS810, as well as three or four plantronics. It has the best range.
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