Awesome headset. Best of its kind! Worth the money
I was beginning to lose hope on behalf of all humanity. After over a decade of development, the industry failed to produce a bluetooth headset that actually works. I have tried more bluetooth headsets than I should have ... than any consumer should have. The only "high end" bluetooth brand I have not owned is Jawbone. Here was my problem list in order of decreasing annoyance: - Poor sound quality, both inbound and outbound: I would always hear a crackling sound in the background. Listeners on the other side would think I was underwater. The sound quality was never acceptable ... unless I was talking to my in-laws, where it did not matter. - Non-intuitive controls: Using voice dialing was usually a struggle. Double clicking required perfect timing. On/off was 2-6 sec button press, etc etc. - Poor connectivity to device: One of my headsets would keep reconnecting to my iPhone every 2 minutes for no good reason. Others would get into a weird pairing state and would have to be reset. - Fit: This has been one area where most hedsets did surprisingly well for me. There were a few though that were not so great. Bose seems to have hit the mark on each one of these. - Call sounds great. The headset has amazing audio quality. My voice is back out of the water. When AT&T doesn't suck, conversations are landline quality. - Controls are so easy. I love the physical on/off slider. This was a great decision! - Device setup was a breeze! It also has multipoint setup which I liked about my old blueant. I have been using it for a few days and I have to say, a more perfect headset would have to be implanted in, well, my head.
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