Summary: It's a fair item. the pre-amp Volume or Headset output is much lower than the NoiseHush NS560 if your going to use it on streaming music to your Home Amplifier or powered Speaker; But, the "Vocal" is fine to Good enough for me- enough to hear well and the reception to the other side is good also, the issue is that it does cuts off often though (not good if your making a business deal service call while your on the go! - makes your client feel you hang-up on them!
Summary: Its a good device saw some complaint on battery life did not notice any problems bought 3 my dad and sis are both using one each infact noticed it last longer than 6 hrs.... reasonable sound with stock headphones and for voice calling it is very clear.....
Summary: Its a good product with clear and loud sound. Only problem is that its battery dies faster as compared with other headsets that I have used earlier. On constant use like listening to music etc, the battery last for around 2-2.5 hours only.
Summary: I go this today. I would have been been happier if it can be connected to laptops. I thoght of using it with my laptops. It is given in the legal info. document that it should be used with sonia xperia mobile. I did not know this info. before I purchase.
Summary: it's good as a whole, but lags in the sound stereo system, getting normal audio as like all other normal headsets...good for speaking on phone remotely(micro phone works good...good sound clarity while talking on phone)...buletooth signals are working for a distance of almost 10 meters..
Summary: I had a sonny mw600 which was brilliant but wouldn't work on my new phone, I couldn't afford the sbh50 so I made do with the sbh20 which has a good sound but the clip and the controls aren't as good as the mw600.