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galenmd

macrumors regular
Original poster
Sep 11, 2008
143
9
OK, NOT another case thread!

I am fairly resigned to the Plus, and have it on pre-order to be picked up Friday. Given the enormity of this beast, I am thinking of going back to using a bluetooth headset/earpiece for those occasions where I am walking around making some calls, or even around the house. I used to use a Voyager in my car, but all my cars now have excellent bluetooth capability

I am looking for:
  1. Comfort
  2. Portability (no big headsets)
  3. Ease of charging (maybe just drop into a holster in the car)

Any recs? Am I in the right forum to ask?
 

iSkipTheS's

macrumors member
Jan 22, 2014
30
3
While it's not the most stealth headset, I've been using the Voyager Legend with my iPhone 5 which has been rock solid with great sound clarity. It's also very comfortable. I'm hoping it will work just as well with the iPhone 6 Plus.
 

iSkipTheS's

macrumors member
Jan 22, 2014
30
3
I tried the Bose and also a Jawbone at the same time as the Voyager Legend and ended up keeping the VL. The Bose did sound good and was my 2nd choice, but I found the VL to be a little better overall and at a cheaper price.
 

Jizzles

macrumors regular
Jun 12, 2010
169
1
The voyager edge has a charging case I believe. I bought the jabra stealth from att few days ago and it's very lightweight...almost to the point that you forget it's on
 

SunnyFL

macrumors regular
Jul 12, 2010
201
3
I have tried most of the above mentioned. Ended up with a Blueant Q3 like it the best of any of them
 

RedRider0151

macrumors member
Oct 2, 2011
31
0
I cant stand single ear buds...they always sound like crap and are falling off....bluetooth headphones with a mic is the way to go by far and away....a LOT of us who use our phones for work have gone this route vice the 1 ear thing...I have a set of Jaybirds that I use...
 
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