Summary: Some phones do support this as a stereo headset, they just need a A2DP profiler. [Softick Audio Gateway works well]. Reception depends on the environment really. Outdoors don't tend to work well.
Pros: Bluetooth wireless works with any device with A2DP. Theres remote controls for things that support AVRCP. Using iTunes and a Asus BT dongle this thing gets fairly good reception in the same room and rooms next to it. Nice and Flexible.
Cons: The headphones feel ok during initial wearing, but after an hour your ears will start to get sore. They are a bit heavier than typical earphones. They also look a bit wide on my head. The flashing lights during connection are annoying but can be turned off by holding both side buttons down for a ...
Summary: they seem great for the few weeks i've been using them. i just wish they could fold up or something, they are pretty flexible though.
Pros: good sound, great range, a lot of nice features, fair price.
Cons: i had a problem where i couldnt connect to my phone for a while but all i had to do was to delete the profile and set it back up. one little annoying problem was that it was too easy to turn on, all i had to do was tap the leftside button and they would turn on, this would drain my battery, but a...
Summary: I purchased this with the Jabra Music adaptor and they work well together. They are a bit heavy and not the most comfortable headphones that I worn, you must adjust them by moving them around frequently. The sound quality is very good, decent bass, much better than lightweight headphones.
Summary: The headset is versatile. You can pair it with two devices. For example, you can pair it with a phone and with a blue tooth enabled desktop with Itunes or other bluetooth enabled music source. The headset works great with my LGCU515. The sound is decent.
Summary: Pros: Wireless Good Battery Life (16 hours music / 14 talk) Switchs between calls and music easily Change tracks easily Very Cheap Cons: Music is a little loud when listening in a quiet place little bit uncomfortable to wear during long periods of time EVERYONE STOP COMPLAINING ABOUT THE BLUE LIGHTS...
Summary: I really like this headset, the batteries last along time and they rarely cut out. I can sync this with my phone, Ipod or the practically anything else the optional dongle. You do on occasion have to resync or remate with with the other transmitters or phone.
Summary: It works well. My only complaint is that the buttons are so large and sensitive that nothing can touch them. Which means I can't lay down, or lean the side of my head on anything, or even turn 90degress in a high backed chair (car) Audio quality is great. Construction is sound.
Works great in the car; does not do all it says it will
S. Nussbaum, Amazon
18 September 2007
Summary: The headset can connect to a PC and a mobile under very specific conditions. Jabra support does not give adequate directions on this. I have not succeeded in getting the headset to pair with my MacBook Pro OSX 10.4 and my Nokia 6086 simultaneously because I cannot control which profiles the devices...
Summary: Sound quality is excellent, and the fit is fairly comfortable for this type of headset. However, it takes 3 or 4 attempts before it connects to my phone's music player (Samsung A707 SYNC). I'm not sure if its the headset or the phone, but it can be frustrating.
Summary: I purchased a Moto Q for two functionalities. 1) that it synchs with MS Outlook, and 2) that it was a stero MP3 player. I did not need the data plan, and have that blocked. All I needed to complete what I was looking for was a set of bluetoohe headphones.