Help finding a multipoint Bluetooth headset that behaves properly
I'm looking for a good quality multipoint Bluetooth headset, I've tried two different ones so far and have not been pleased with the results, A Blueant Q2 and a SoundID 510.
The Blueant would only let you use voice commands on the 1st phone that it connects to at that session, sometimes it was one phone, sometimes another, highly annoying. Even when it was connecting to the right phone the only way I could use the phones built in voice dialer was by pressing the side button, waiting for the prompt then having to speak "Phone Command", then I was taken to the phone's own voice control, and I would have to do this every single time. and if that was not bad enough, the headset would always take over the phone's audio, I connect to my car stereo via a line connected to the headphone jack, but when I connected with the headset it would disable the headphones and output to the headset even after I disabled it in the phone settings. Returned.
The SoundID was even worse, most of the time it would not even let me get to any phone's voice commands after having paired a second phone. When it does go to voice commands it says "Siri" every time
, I hate Crapple, deal breaker. I didn't use it enough to check out the rest. Returned.
I just want a headset that can do the following:
Connect to 2 devices, one of which will be answer only.
Have one button access to voice commands and always have it go to the same phone, regardless of which one connects first.
No ADP audio, or have it easily disabled in the hardware.
Hard Switch (No hold down talk button for X amount of seconds to turn on/off)
Comfortable and easy to put on (no over the ear) would also be nice.
Does anything like this exist? I do not want to have to navigate a menu to get my phone to call someone, I just want to push a button once and know its always going to the right phone.