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28th February 2012, 02:42 PM   |  #1  
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Are they any I jump in and out of my truck a lot and hate to take my phone out of the car
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http://www.jaybirdgear.com/jf3/bluet...-features.html

I have these. They work really well in terms of audio quality and battery life. Biggest challenge is getting the buds and inserts to feel comfortable while keeping them snug.
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http://www.bose.com/controller?url=/...dset/index.jsp

Best, perhaps one of the most expensive. Yet they are the best in the market. A2DP, noise canceling and amazing comfort. I wear it all day long and never get tired. Also use it with grooveip and make VoIP calls free via google voice.
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http://www.bose.com/controller?url=/...dset/index.jsp

Best, perhaps one of the most expensive. Yet they are the best in the market. A2DP, noise canceling and amazing comfort. I wear it all day long and never get tired. Also use it with grooveip and make VoIP calls free via google voice.

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Are there Bose stereo ones? I have Motorola S9s and I think that they are great.

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Currently using these - good quality, good sound. No deep bass if thats what you're in to.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...HBS700&x=0&y=0
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I use the Jabra Clipper so I can change the headphones. It's a little bluetooth dongle that has a mic attached and you can use any miniplug headphone with it. Charges over micro USB, also--and we all have those.
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I'm waiting for the new stereo headset from Sony: Smart Wireless Headset pro.
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I have these as well as the motorola s9


The jaybirds are plain awesome

Great sound and noise suppression.
Listening
voice control
Calls

All work flawlessly. Can get 16 hours out of a charge and the range is great


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http://www.jaybirdgear.com/jf3/bluet...-features.html

I have these. They work really well in terms of audio quality and battery life. Biggest challenge is getting the buds and inserts to feel comfortable while keeping them snug.



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I love the Sony MW600 stereo bluetooth headset. It is $59 (same as the Clipper) but it has up to 8.5 hours talk time, connects to 3 devices, accepts any 3.5 mm stereo earbuds/headphones, has an FM radio, and best of all has a display that shows the current song playing from BT devices that support this feature. It supports rewind, fast forward, pause, play, cue, and review.

There is an annoying volume control that uses a touch sensitive bar.

The stereo sound is outstanding. The quiet is quiet. I do not hear any noise or hiss in the background.

I have tried many stereo BT headsets. This one is my favorite because of the sound quality, the display, and battery life. I listen to music and audio books all day with it. It saves having to pull out my player to change volume or rewind a track and so on.

http://store.sony.com/webapp/wcs/sto...ab=featuresTab

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