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Default looking to spend more then 20 on a new bluetooth need some advice.

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OK I've been looking to get a new bluetooth and now that my old one broke I need one sooner then later. So I've been reading all the reviews. And there are two that I'm torn between the Plantronics Voyager PRO+ and the jawbone era from reading the reviews everyone loves both but I know almost everyone that writes a review does at about a week after they get it so you're not really getting a good long term review. so does anyone have either of these BT's and can tell me how its doing long term or have a recommendation on a decent BT with A2DP.
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