Your Preferred Bluetooth Headset for the iPhone

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by lilnyc, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. lilnyc macrumors 6502a

    lilnyc

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    I am in the midst of testing various ones. I have the Motorolla H700, but it disconnects often. Plus it's not pretty enough for my iPhone :p

    I'm trying the Jawbone and the Bang & Olufsen now.

    The Jawbone has noise blocking technology, but the buttons are confusing to me. I don't know when the noise blocker is on or off. There's no real indicator except to ask the person you're speaking with, "Did you hear that construction drill?" Plus, it's a little masculine-looking for me, a female. However, my mom thought I was indoors.

    The Bang & Olufsen cost almost half of what the darn iPhone itself costs, and unlike the jawbone, there aren't many reviews/sample YouTube videos on it. So I tested it myself and called my voicemail from the NY street. But I called on a Sunday (today) when it's not very loud out. However, the quality of voice was better. And like my mom w/the Jawbone, my friend didn't know I was outside with the Bang & Olufsen on!

    Which bluetooth do you prefer to use with your iPhone, and why?
     
  2. jl234 macrumors member

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    I bought the Jawbone along with my iPhone. Personally, I do like it but I am a guy. I agree about the buttons - they are confusing. I figured out the noise canceling makes an escalating noise when it's turning on and a descending noise when turning off. And you can leave it on all the time, it will remember what setting you left it at when you turn it off and on.
     
  3. lilnyc thread starter macrumors 6502a

    lilnyc

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    Thank you jl234. That's good to know.
     
  4. iPhoneGuy2007 macrumors newbie

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    Feedback

    I have the jawbone and really like it. Then again, I'm a guy and as such, have masculine design sensibilities.

    I've had mine for a few months and figured out that I really don't need to mess with the noise cancellation. Since NC is on automatically when you answer or place a call, if I don't mess with the buttons, I don't have to worry about its status. As for volume, I leave it maxed out and control the call volume via my phone.

    Hope this helps!
    CL
     

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