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subzero1313 04-20-2008 01:36 PM

Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
So far Ive tried 2 different Bluetoohs with my Mogul, and Ive been happy with neither. First I bought a Blueant X3 micro off Ebay. I heard everybody pretty good, but they said my voice was constantly choppy. To the point where the couldn't understand me at all. And the phone was right in my shirt pocket, so I know it wasnt a distance issue. Shortly after that, I bought a Motorola H700 off a coworker. I liked the fit much better than the Blueant, and it seemed to be working just fine. About 2 weeks later, everyone tells me they hear themselves echoing, BAD. I thought at first it could be the Bluetooth itself but, my best friend had the 700 and said it worked perfectly. Hes talked to me on, and sounded great. So my assumption is that it has to do with the phone itself. I vaguely recall a few things here discussing the issue. Has anyone found a Bluetooth that works fairly well with the Mogul? Im getting sick of spending $40+ on junk that ends up sounding horrible

JaxDreamFunding 04-20-2008 02:59 PM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
I have three BT headsets that I use....and so far I like them in the following order...

1) Motorola H12 - Noise cancelling and very clear. I have only had a couple of complaints about people hearing any background noise. i can hear the caller GREAT -- volume is awesome. Also it is VERY comfortable and I can wear it all day and forget I have it on.

2) Jawbone - I have had people tell me that I always sound like I am on a land-line when I use this. It is pretty comfortable, but a little larger than I prefer. The volume is okay, but I feel it could be better. By far the clearest headset I have ever used.

3) Mortorola s9 -- I use this only when I am working out or listening to music or audio books. It has great sound, but not the best for phone calls -- although it will due when the other headsets are not with me.

I have tried several others....many of the Jabra sets...several other Motorola sets and these above are the ones I like the most.

geekwad 04-20-2008 05:17 PM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
I have a "BlueAnt" model Z9, which is rechargeable, extremely small and works very well with the Mogul. It has a lot of nice features that allow you to remote control the Mogul, depending on the combination of buttons pressed.

Check it out !!

http://www.myblueant.com/z9-bluetooth-headset.htm

chappy 04-20-2008 05:19 PM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
I'll second the H12 and S9, although I rarely wear the H12 because it gives me a headache. I use the S9 when mowing the lawn or working out.

meiinken 04-20-2008 05:23 PM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
I'm using a Jabra BT8010. It comes with a second earpiece and also works as a stereo headphone. It's a bit bigger than most, but I have no problem wearing it for long periods. It's also been on sale at Fry's for $30 and $39 at times.

midiology 04-21-2008 03:43 AM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
I just totally dig my jabra bt-8040,, it is an in ear design, no wrap around, and is fully full on a2dp compliant,,
sound quality is pretty darn good.:headbang:

hawkins31313 04-22-2008 10:12 AM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
I second on midiology comment about the jabra bt-8040.Crystal clear on both ends....The only thing bad is it isnt water resistant cause i drpped mine in the tub..and now im working wit a cheap version so cheap i dare not 2 say...

cuse94 04-22-2008 11:46 AM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
I have had two different headsets, an older Samsung and a Jawbone, and both work fine. I also use Bluetooth in the car with the Parrot MK6100 to stream music and take calls, this works great too. I wonder if it is your specific Mogul. Have you tried pairing your friend's H700 (a proven commodity) with your Mogul? This will rule out the headset.

bacspasm 04-22-2008 11:58 AM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
Been very happy with my BlueAnt Z9, with the 3.4 firmware. It has quick acquisition and is about the best I have had so far. I have not tried the Aliph Jawbone, many of my friends have it and I did not like the sheer size of it.

This said, some people do not like the way the ear hook is designed on the BlueAnt Z9 and I think that more people find comfort with the Jawbone's multi sized ear hooks. I just like to put my headset in my pocket when I am not using it so the small size is desireable.


I previously had a Plantronics Explorer 655 which was pretty good but sounded funny after I washed it..

cuse94 04-22-2008 03:11 PM

Re: Bluetooth opinions for the Mogul
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bacspasm (Post 256523)
I previously had a Plantronics Explorer 655 which was pretty good but sounded funny after I washed it..

I bet!!! Now that is funny.


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