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July 17th, 2008

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02:31 pm - Phone headset
I need a girl sized headset for the new phone. Anyone use bluetooth headset and have a recommendation. These are my caveats:
My hearing is poor, so it needs to have fairly good sound.
I have small ears, so it needs to be sized appropriately for a woman.

That is all.

If I can't find one I like, I won't get one and probably be just as happy.
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Date:July 17th, 2008 07:01 pm (UTC)
People seem to think that Jawbone makes the best bluetooth headsets, mostly because they have better noise-canceling than any other. They introduced a new model comparatively recently that apparently has fixed the biggest problem with the original - that the charging jack was really fragile. I have no idea if it will fit you well, I recommend trying one. There is a lab that makes custom ear molds for Jawbone headsets if you want to go that route.
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Date:July 17th, 2008 07:49 pm (UTC)
chip has my jawbone, maybe the new one will be smaller (haven't seen it in person yet) but the first generation ones were pretty large, but did come with different size ear hooks and different size ear gels.

i ended up getting myself a jbt8040 - jabra headset, and that is what freed up my jawbone to go to chip. noise cancellation isn't *as* good but I just don't listen to the radio when i'm on the phone. i think the sound quality is good, just not *as* good as the jawbone, so it may be a good middle ground. there isn't a hook for behind the ear, but it has 3 different sized eargels that come with it.

kinda sad you didn't come over to my carrier but i have to remind myself it's not for everyone ;-)
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Date:July 17th, 2008 08:04 pm (UTC)
It's definitely not a knock on you. AT&T has been pretty good to me, and my needs are so minimal. But hit me up again in a year and a half and we'll talk turkey. 8-)

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