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Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone (Black) – Retail Packaging

Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone (Black) – Retail Packaging

Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone (Black) - Retail Packaging

  • Operates with iPod and Iphone qualified iPods demands an adapter (D650 or D670) to be purchased individually. For iPod Contact – it does not require an adapter as it assist A2DP
  • On ear audio controls lets you manage your audio player – play, pause, subsequent, previous, and volume – all from the headset
  • Bluetooth headset allows you listen to songs or consider mobile phone calls wirelessly.
  • Up to 6.five several hours of talk time
  • Performs with Bluetooth enabled tunes players and cell phones from all top producers.

The s305 wireless stereo headphones use Bluetooth engineering to produce style, functionality and exceptional audio. Appreciate your music with suberb audio quality and without wires. Then, take or make a contact with overall clarity. The s305 has a lightweight layout but a relaxed, snug match.The Motorola MOTOROKR™ S305 Stereo Headset delivers fashion, functionality, and outstanding seem for your Iphone, iPod, or other stereo-capable Bluetooth® system. This lightweight headset allows you make palms-totally free ca

Record Cost: $ 99.99

Value:

NoiseHush Specialist Bluetooth Headset – Apple iphone, Blackberry, HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, and Nokia – Black

NoiseHush Professional Bluetooth Headset - iPhone, Blackberry, HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, and Nokia - Black

  • Elegant & Little Layout, Combines Dependability & Comfort and ease, Outstanding Voice High quality, Feather Light, Excess weight: About six.4g, Optional Earhook for included Balance
  • Involves USB Charger, Billed & Ready to Go, Speak Time: Up to four Hours, Standby Time: Up to a hundred Hrs, Charging Time: About 2 Several hours, Charging Voltage: DC4.seventy five-five.25V
  • Bluetooth Specification: V2.+ EDR, Bluetooth Profiles Supported: Headset, Hands Free of charge, Transmission Power: Course 2, Procedure Variety: Up to ten meters, Frequency Assortment: 2.4~2.4835 MHz, Battery: Created-in Rechargeable three.7V /130mAh Li-polymer Battery
  • Suitable with: Apple iPad, Apple iPad 2, Apple Iphone, Apple Apple iphone 3G, Apple iPhne 3Gs, Apple Iphone 4, Apple Iphone four CDMA, Apple Iphone 4S
  • Also Compatible to all Cell Telephone Models that are Bluetooth enabled: BlackBerry, Cal-Comp, Casio, Danger, HP, HP Palm, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sanyo, Sharp, Sony Ericsson, UTStarcom, and ZTE

NoiseHush N450 Bluetooth Headset is packed with features and is trendy, but accessible to every person who would like to cost-free up their busy life-style. Its slender ear-loop and contoured ear-tip has been ergonomically developed to accommodate equally a cozy suit and optimum seem high quality. The unit is straightforward to use and weighs only 6 grams generating this the perfect interaction solution

Record Cost: $ 9.ninety nine

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  1. N. Nolle
    1,283 of 1,307 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    As Good as I had Hoped, October 20, 2009
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    N. Nolle (Ohio) –
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    This review is from: Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone (Black) – Retail Packaging (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I purchased this product with the intention of pairing to my phone for running and working out. Wired headphones and earbuds have a tendency to not allow for free motion and sometimes get snagged on weights, benches, etc. I had several primary concerns for these headphones, and couldn’t find the information I needed anywhere else, so I hope this review serves to answer some questions for you. Please note that this details my experience after 30 days of use.

    Quality of Construction: These headphones feel decidedly cheap. I have a pair of wrap-around (wired) headphones that cost $10 that seems to have sturdier construction. Upon taking these out of the package, I felt like taking them off too roughly, or something falling on them, could damage or break the frame. After 30 days of use, they still feel cheap, but I am not so afraid that I will break them. While it is a very real possibility that a less careful person (read: spouse) or accident will break these, extending some consideration to fragile electronics makes me think that the frames breaking is not how these will end their life.

    Quality of Sound: When running or working out, I am content if the headphones are 1) loud enough 2) not flat and 3) easily adjustable for conditions. These do well on all counts. I have noticed that some songs are too loud, some not loud enough — but this is because of the source, not the headphones. There is good range of sound, sufficient bass and treble to please my ears while I exercise. Further, the positioning of the volume controls allows me to make adjustments without breaking stride — the placement of the Play/Pause and the Forward and Back controls allows me to skip songs without skipping a step. (Please note: if your device does not support use of the Play/Pause, Forward and Back buttons, it is not the fault of these Headphones. I suggest you consult your phone or device’s documentation if you are not sure whether it supports AVRCP)

    Sweat Resistance: This is the big one, and the one that most reviews don’t touch on. As I was searching for something I could wear while exercising, whether it would stand up to some sweat is extremely important. These have done well so far. I have noticed some sweat on the lower half of each ear-piece during workout but have not experienced any problems from this yet. I have worn them on intense interval workouts and long runs (10 mile) and they still function as well as new. I would caution that these do tend to keep the ears quite warm, and do seem to contribute to sweating — I would not wear these in the summer, or in warm climates. Your experience may differ, as I live in a state with high humidity. (Special Note: After feeling sweat all over my head and worrying about these breaking, I spent a few dollars for an Under Armour beanie that keeps the sweat from rolling down my head. Definitely a good purchase, as it helps regulate my body temperature and significantly cuts down on the moisture that accumulates on the headphones)

    Minor issues: The headphones sometimes skip or gap, depending on the location of the broadcasting device. This rarely happens and is not too irritating when it does. Call quality has been praised and I have never had anybody guess I was using speakerphone, headphones, in a well, etc. Battery life seems good, I can use them for approximately 5 or 6 hours without needing to recharge them. Recharging takes a touch less than 2 hours with the Micro-USB adapter.

    Overall: I am quite satisfied with my purchase. These are not exactly what I thought I would need, but are definitely functioning as I hoped they would. For the price paid, I do not expect them to last forever, but anticipate that when they do stop working, I will quickly order a replacement pair of the same model. In my estimation, of you are searching for a pair of headphones that you can use while exercising, if you are worried about sweating, and if you are not extremely demanding of your electronics, I would strongly suggest these headphones. I rate them 4/5 because of concerns about the durability of the frame – even a slight concern is enough to withhold a perfect score – but would give them a 4.5 if possible.

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  2. Mark Twomey "Snowy Beach"
    446 of 461 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Exceeded my expectations. I love them., September 19, 2009
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    Mark Twomey “Snowy Beach” (Chicago) –
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    This review is from: Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone (Black) – Retail Packaging (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I bought these music headphones/phone headset directly from Motorola when they first came out, so I have been using them now for five months. I was waiting a long time for something like this and they have exceeded all my expectations.

    You can download the quick start user guide from Motorola here:

    http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Support/US-EN/Mobile%20Phones%20Accessories/S305/US-EN/_Documents/Static%20Files/S305_QSG_EN_SP_68000201969A.pdf

    Fit: 5 out of 5.

    I wear glasses so fit was crucial for me, and they work perfectly fine while wearing them. I often wear them while riding my bike along the lakefront at Chicago, and they fit perfectly at the back of my head below the edge of my bike helmet.

    Sound: 5 out of 5.

    I continue to be amazed at the sound on these, deep rich bass and many subtle sounds.
    Also they have lots of volume. I first set the volume at max on my cellphone, which is a free-on-contract Motorola EM330 music phone. At top volume these headphones are loud enough for me to hear them on Chicago’s subway train (the EL). Some snobby audiophiles complain that these are not as good as their wired $200 headphones while listening in a totally silent room. Some people cannot be pleased! Also if you don’t first max your volume on your cellphone you won’t get the best quality sound.

    Also since they are not in my ear canal, and not completely surrounding my ear to block out the sound, I find them to be quite safe since I can still hear the world around me while on my bicycle.

    While on a call the person on the other end does not know I am using a blue tooth headset.
    I hear the sound of the call in both ears and the microphone is high quality, and you have to search for the little elongated mic hole to point it out to people who ask about your headphones!

    Features: 5 out of 5.

    Your cellphone must have the correct bluetooth profiles for these to work fully: A2DP (Audio Profile), AVRCP (Remote Control Profile).
    Many APPLE products DO NOT HAVE AVRCP and then their users INCORRECTLY COMPLAIN about the headphones missing the capabiliy of next track and previous track.

    These headphones feature the following abilities:
    * Take calls (press the telephone button at the top flat side to pickup).
    * Make calls (press and hold the telephone button to call the last number dialled).
    * Reject a call (press either the next track or previous track button)
    * Mute/Unmute a call (press the Play/Pause button)

    * Play music (press the play/pause button at the bottom flat side to play or pause)
    * Pause music (press the play/pause button)
    * Stop music (press and hold the play/pause button)

    * Next track (press the next track button at the right flat side)
    * Previous track (press the previous track button at the right flat side)
    * You can also fast-forward or rewind by holding either the next track or previous track button.

    * The volume controls are on the top edge along with the power button. The volume buttons have ridges you can feel with your finger, and when you increase the volume the headphones make a indicator sound increasing or reducing in volume/tone.

    * Also depending on the capabilities of your phone you may be able to use these for voice control of your phone, by pressing and holding the make a call button.

    Connection: 4.5 out of 5.

    They receive the music through walls and even downstairs as I walk around in my condo listening to the music.
    They actually do receive up to 33 feet away! So far away that I sometimes forget where I left my phone while I am listening to music on it!

    When I am out walking and they are in my left side back pocket, I sometimes (but quite rarely) lose connection for a second, due I think to my body mass blocking the signal. I think the Bluetooth receiver is in the right side of the headphones, so if I move the phone to the front or right pocket, or even turn it over, the problem goes away. However, this rare problem may also be due to the phone not this headset.

    Controls: 5 out of 5.

    Having so many controls in such a small space is initially confusing, but you can soon the get hang of it and certainly is done by one hand. I do not stop my bike just to change tracks! I usually have no problems clicking the correct button with my right hand.

    If I am slightly confused I can feel for lump where the headband is connected on the right, just beside this is the next-track button. Directly back from it is the back track, which I use to repeat a favorite song. Straight down is play/pause.

    Usage Tips:
    Set the volume of your music player to the maximum, and then control the volume using the headphones. In this way you get the best quality sound and the highest range of volume.

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  3. R. Stack "Ronny JDT"
    220 of 233 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Set of Headphones for a Great Price!, June 4, 2011
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    R. Stack “Ronny JDT” (Midwest) –
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    This review is from: Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone (Black) – Retail Packaging (Wireless Phone Accessory)

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  4. James A. Clarke
    40 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    NoiseHush N450 Professional Bluetooth Headset -, December 11, 2010
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    James A. Clarke
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    This review is from: NoiseHush Professional Bluetooth Headset – iPhone, Blackberry, HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, and Nokia – Black (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Bought for use on PS3. Works great and easy to use, great quality sound, and convienant to charge using USB.

    Highly recommended for PS3 use, however not for use of phones. Seems to fragile to carry around, but works great to leave at home

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  5. Dee
    28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Crappy bluetooth, January 17, 2011
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    Dee
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    This review is from: NoiseHush Professional Bluetooth Headset – iPhone, Blackberry, HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, and Nokia – Black (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    This bluetooth is not worth the purchase at all. The problem I have with it is no one can hear me when Im speaking you have to yell so that others know you are on…you get great sound far as hearing others but if I knew what I know now I would have never tried to take the cheap way out…so save your money do not purchase this crapp!!!!

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