Shure headsets at AT&T Store

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  1. AJsAWiz macrumors 68040

    AJsAWiz

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    Has anyone tried these?

    Shure Stereo Headset - Universal
    Keep your hands free and your ears happy with this premium 3.5mm stereo headset from Shure. With a I2c-m in-ear headset, inline microphone and personal fit kit, this headset is perfect for your music enabled phone. (2.5mm adapter available separately.)

    Can't seem to find anything detailed information on them OR find them anywhere except the AT&T store. I wonder about the quality and if they function the same way Apple's headset does as far as answering calls.
     
  2. iSaint macrumors 603

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    Here's one thread about them. There may be a few more posts. You can search the iPhone threads for more info.

    I haven't even used the iPod function on my phone. My dog chewed up the Apple headphones the second day I had them.
     
  3. AJsAWiz thread starter macrumors 68040

    AJsAWiz

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    Thank you :rolleyes:
    I should have searched before posting ;)
     
  4. iSaint macrumors 603

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    It's like reading directions...if you're a man, you're not going to do that. :D
     
  5. AJsAWiz thread starter macrumors 68040

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    I agree but I'm a female who reads/follows directions :D
     
  6. iSaint macrumors 603

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    woops! :eek:

    Or, you could just bat your eyes a few times and we'll all come running over to help you. :D
     
  7. aross99 macrumors 68000

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    I tried the Shure adapter, and I found that it worked as advertized, but I ended up with huge cable management issues. My headphones had like 4' of cable, and I only needed about 12-18".

    Unless you can shorten your headphone cables, I woudln't work for me...

    If your headphones block outside noise, I also found that talking on the phone was kind of strange - like you had your fingers in your ears...

    I have seen them in the Apple stores and online...
     

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