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Old 1st February 2007, 19:50   #16
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v1p3r, which phone do you have?
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Old 1st February 2007, 20:50   #17
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Tum log naa... See first post... I have a 6233 from our Finnish friends.
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Old 1st February 2007, 21:26   #18
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thank you for your forgiveness.
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Old 2nd February 2007, 06:00   #19
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Depends on which kind of design you like. All have different designs. Select 2-3 based on your preferences and then let me know.

I personally prefer siemens just because I get the option to use my own headphones or use it in car, inhouse, on pc with the bluetooth.

THe best quality though was jabra/motorola.

I have not tried most of them.
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Old 2nd February 2007, 09:36   #20
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have used the jabra and can vouch for it. its damn neat for sure. was 6000 in august now am not sure about the pricing of the same.
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Old 2nd February 2007, 09:47   #21
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I am using the SE HBH DS -970, and its doing its job perfectly well. It’s lightweight and has very high sound/music quality and can pair up to 10 devices concurrently.
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Old 2nd February 2007, 10:17   #22
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First choice Motorola, 2nd Sony Ericsson.

However, I think the iTeq range (yes they have a decent RANGE of stereo bluetooth headsets) are "cheap and best" - they even had a noise cancelling one.
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I have been searching far and wide for a A2DP headphone in India, but none of the usual mobile shops have any in stock.

V1per, Did u manage to buy one?
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Old 15th March 2007, 11:48   #24
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It should not be a problem.. if its nokia.. goto any nokia priority.
Try any websites like ebay.in
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Old 15th March 2007, 14:59   #25
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No, it seems no one in India listens to music wirelessly. And the Nokia ones don't have FWD/REV.
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Guys,

Please suggest me a good bluetooth headset to be used with my SE P990i.
DSP or noise cancellation would be an obvious added advantage, along with LCD display for caller ID.

I have shortlisted Motorola HS 850, HS 300, Logictech Mobile Traveller, LG HBM-500 with an OLED screen and Jabra JX10.

Please give me your inputs among these or the one you have used or prefer?

I will be getting the headset from US.

Regards,
Lavkesh
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Old 24th September 2007, 22:13   #27
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How does the sound quality in one of these (good ones) compare with that of an I-pod. From an SQ point of view is this a viable alternative to an I-pod.
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Old 28th September 2007, 12:52   #28
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Go in for Motorola S9, the one Abhishek wears in moto ads. Its sound quality is much better than the wired headset I got with N95 and also another Nokia one (must be BH 501 model I think) and the build and features are the best currently available.
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I have a Samsung SCH-W339, or Duo as it is called. It has A2DP. Now my stupid question is that can I hear music on a normal Bluetooth headset as well? BTW, I have a Motorola H500

I tried but it didnt work, if it does, can anyone please suggest what wrong am I doing? Although I am able to connect as a bluetooth device over voice calls.
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I have a Samsung SCH-W339, or Duo as it is called. It has A2DP. Now my stupid question is that can I hear music on a normal Bluetooth headset as well? BTW, I have a Motorola H500

I tried but it didnt work, if it does, can anyone please suggest what wrong am I doing? Although I am able to connect as a bluetooth device over voice calls.
Is your Motorola listed in your device as "Handsfree" or "Headset" ? If the former, you will only be able to take calls.

Very few regular BT Handfree sets support a headset profile, but you may get lucky!
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