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    Default Recommended Bluetooth Headset?

    I need to get a headset for my phone, Wizard 8125. I have a lot of car and road noise when driving, so it needs to be a potent device, but I'd rather not look like Lobot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by go View Post
    iphone
    1- iPhone doesn't synch with corporate emails. It's a device targeted to slackers and trust-fund-babies, essentially, people who don't have to work for a living.
    2- The iPhone will still be unusable at 60+MPH in my car.
    3- Top Down!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seraphim View Post
    1- iPhone doesn't synch with corporate emails. It's a device targeted to slackers and trust-fund-babies, essentially, people who don't have to work for a living.
    2- The iPhone will still be unusable at 60+MPH in my car.
    3- Top Down!!!

    -_Sf
    lol. agree. Nice to hear from another HTC user. I have the HTC Tytn.

    Plantronics 600 series headsets are great!! Sound quality, battery life, comfort.

    I have had Motorolas and they don't hold a candle stick to any of the 600 series headsets.

    I have a 640 and love it.

    http://www.plantronics.com/north_ame...057/cat5420035

    Some history and interesting info regarding Plantronics:

    Originally designed for use by airline pilots as an alternative to the bulky headphones of the day, the lightweight design soon caught the eye of NASA. Beginning with the final two Mercury flights, Plantronics headsets were used exclusively by the crews of the Gemini and Apollo programs, including all the lunar missions, as well as on the ground by mission controllers.

    Other mission-critical customers soon took note. In the mid '60s, the Federal Aviation Agency selected Plantronics as the sole supplier of headsets for air traffic controllers, a privilege Plantronics still holds today. And in a critical milestone for the company, Plantronics was soon selected to supply headsets to the operators of the Bell Telephone company.
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    I have the Aliph Jawbone. It's very nice and slick. Works great but not as great as they claim.

    www.jawbone.com


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    I have this little guy...



    The Bluespoon AX2 from Nextlink. It's about the smallest thing out there. It fits in your ear instead of hanging off your ear. It's very comfortable. Sound quality is good - not great. It does well with road/wind noise. I paid $80 for about a year and a half ago.
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    FORGET the headsets look at the Motorola T305 Bluetooth speaker. Its clips to the visor and works far far better than a headset.It comes with a car charger, so it never has to leave the car.

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    Why do people wear those things walking around? Driving, I can see because some jurisdictions demand hands-free devices while driving. But walking around? I wish I could pull out a stun gun and make fools pee their pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roody View Post
    Why do people wear those things walking around? Driving, I can see because some jurisdictions demand hands-free devices while driving. But walking around? I wish I could pull out a stun gun and make fools pee their pants.
    LoL...And why do you care again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roody View Post
    Why do people wear those things walking around? Driving, I can see because some jurisdictions demand hands-free devices while driving. But walking around? I wish I could pull out a stun gun and make fools pee their pants.
    You obviously don't own an HTC Wizard

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