The Smart Bluetooth Headset with HD Audio
This smart Bluetooth headset comes packed with more advanced features than any other headset on the market today. The Q2 includes a comprehensive voice recognition command set, text to speech technology that announces the names of incoming callers, voice access to a world of information and incoming SMS readout.
Customer Reviews of BlueAnt Q2 Earset - Mono - Micro USB - Wireless - Bluetooth - 32.8 ft - Over-the-ear - Monaural - Open
Working for a cell phone company I get the chance to get my hands on many bluetooth headsets. I've always been a fan of Blue Ant, and after my lower end headset died I bought a Q1 which worked great, but after trying the Q2 I found it to be even better. The quality and sheer volume is amazing and if your interested in listening to music it does a great job. I've had this headset now for many months and have not found any other that can compare to it's comfort or quality.
Works like a Beta product6/21/2011
- Battery life NOT ANYWHERE CLOSE to 5 hours talk time - Not stable; constantly restarts - Constantly drops connections - Cannot pair with more that 2 devices - Expensive for no reason....
I did research and looked at reviews before purchasing this product and it seemed like a winner. (NOT!!) I am on my second one and still having problems. The mesh screen fell off and the voice comands work part of the time. There are also issues with connecting with my paired handsets along with not handling wind noise well. I wouldn't recommend this product. Sorry.
Good headset, worth the $$11/24/2010
I purchased this headset because my previous BlueAnt product was shot. I was pleased with the previous product and wanted another BlueAnt product. The caller ID in the headset is great. This works great with my EVO.
A very good product11/17/2010
The sound quality is very good, and I like that it tells you what it's doing. It holds tight to my ear and does not slip off, and I can wear it all day without discomfort. Pairing was very easy. The one downside is it takes two button pushes to activate my Samsung Omnia's voice calling; a little distracting while driving and a more serious problem while in heavy traffic or trying to report an emergency.