Motorola HT820 Bluetooth Headset

Motorola HT820 Bluetooth HeadsetEasy to use Bluetooth headset.

You won't miss any calls while listening to music and the mic has noise canceling capabilities. This headset provides a great amount of versatility.

The headphones themselves are not noise canceling and they’re not as comfortable as they look. If you have a bigger sized head, they may not fit at all. The bass is not the best when it comes to listening to music.

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This headset can be used for a number of things and with its Bluetooth technology, it can sync with many wireless devices. However, the bass is a little on the weak side and they’re not very comfortable.


Motorola HT820 Headset: The Best of Both Worlds

Overall, this is a decent headset, but there are a few flaws worth mentioning.

The Motorola HT820 Bluetooth Stereo Headset has a lot of great things going for it.  It’s a wireless phone and music player built into one product.  Although the Motorola HT820 is a full headset and not just an earpiece, it’s still very edgy in design.  You can connect to the first two classes of Bluetooth technology with this and look hot at the same time.

After a two hour charge, you can listen to music for sixteen hours.  That’s pretty good.  I like the versatility of these headphones. They’re great for just about everything. Plus, there are buttons on the right side of the headset which allow you to control your music with ease. The battery life is very strong and dependable when it comes to syncing these with a phone, too.  You’ll get a talk time of 17 hours and a mind blowing 500 hours of standby time.

Not only is this headset great to use when it comes to music, it works great with phones, too.  When you buy this Motorola headset, you’ll be able to answer your calls without ever removing the headset.  You’re able to receive a connection between your music and Bluetooth enabled phone at the same time.  The music will pause when you have an incoming call and start back up as soon as you’re finished.  The left side has the buttons to control your calls.

Noise control is included and you can move 30 feet from your phone without losing your connection. Some headsets say they can do this and then it turns out they can’t but I had no trouble with the Motorola HT820 Bluetooth at all when it came to connectivity.

This may not be the cheapest headset on the market but it’s still a good buy because it really delivers on the things that matter, like sound quality and dependability.

 

Technical Info
Noise canceling microphone: Yes
Connection: 3.5mm jack connection
Bluetooth: 1.2 compatible
Weight: 100 grams
MSRP: $119.99

 

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