Conclusion: The BlueAnt Q2 Bluetooth headset receives high praise for its sound quality, and wind- and noise-reduction capability. Its sleek design and impressive selection of voice recognition commands make it a "proper, executive-style headset."
Excerpt: I have to say that I've had the chance to test out a few good popular Bluetooth headsets from Jawbone and others, so when BlueAnt introduced their newest Bluetooth headset called the Q2 which we have here for review, I thought it would be just another ordinary and modest headset.
Summary: Installation of the BlueAnt Q2 Smart Bluetooth Headset is really very simple. You have two ways to pair the headset with your device. The "analog" way is to put the unit into pairing mode by simply hold the MFB (Multi-Function Button) for one second when the unit is idle.
Pros: Very comfortable, Good Noise Isolation DSP, Pairs with eight devices, Actively connects to two devices at once., Voice command reminders can be accessed by pressing the button then saying "What can I say"., Frequent firmware updates, enhance product and resolve issues., Excellent receiving audio ...
Cons: Voice recognition is not accurate in noisy environments., Noise Isolation cannot be tweaked.
Excerpt: The BlueAnt Q2 bluetooth headset is billed as “the best sounding headset ever built”. Well, that’s a tall order. Most bluetooth headsets I’ve tried range from merely acceptable, to rotten. How does the BlueAnt Q2 fare, and what extras are packed on board?
Pros: Full and rich sounding incoming audio., Voice-activated commands, text-to-speech, and more., Hardware power on/off switch.
Cons: Fit is a very personal thing. You may love it, or not., Power switch difficult to access when headset is worn., A little pricey (at the time of this writing)
Excerpt: Product: BlueAnt Q2 Bluetooth Headset Supplier: BlueAnt MSRP: $129 Author: Nick Date: September 28, 2010 While usually not the first company that comes to mind when talking about Bluetooth headsets, BlueAnt has been creating some reasonably priced, feature packed Bluetooth headsets for some time...
Pros: Text to speech app reads text messages when headset it connected, No 25 word limit like Motorola’s H17txt, A2DP support, Range
Cons: Built in voice commands are somewhat useless, Power switch in a bad location, MSRP on the high end of the spectrum