Bluetooth Headset Choices

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  • Author Joyce Mcneill Christopher
  • Published May 15, 2010
  • Word count 389

Creating a good wireless headset for Bluetooth is

actually difficult to do. The regular wired headsets

are easy to design - with ranging styles.

Bluetooth headsets can never be as small or as light

as wired headsets, simply because it needs to include the battery and extra functions. This extra size will impact how the headset mounts on or around your ears.

Comfort

There seems to be two main styles of headsets for

Bluetooth. Some are held into place with a loop

around the ear. These styles are normally more

comfortable, although they may be less secure. The others are held in place by being jammed into

your ear - and usually prove to be less comfortable.

Factors to consider

Cost

The cost is an obvious issue, something that you

really need to think about.

Ergonomics

  1. Check to see if the device is easy to

quickly and conveniently put on your ear then take

it off again.

  1. Are the control buttons on the headset

easy to use?

  1. The headset should be comfortable to

wear for long phone calls.

  1. Can you use it with a pair of glasses?

  2. Check to see if you can wear it with

either ear.

  1. When you aren't wearing it, you'll

need to see how you would carry it with you.

  1. The weight is important as well, as you

don't want something that has the risk of falling

off.

Ease of use.

  1. The commands and controls should be easy to remember.

  2. The volume level should be easy to adjust.

  3. The unit should turn on quickly.

  4. The manual should be very well written and easy for you to understand.

  5. There should be a support number for you to call if you should experience any types of

problems.

Features

  1. You'll need to know about the battery, the talk time, type, and how to tell when it is going dead or fully charged.

  2. How many devices can the unit be paired with?

  3. Compatibility is also important, as well as the warranty period.

  4. Check the sound quality for both sending and receiving audio.

  5. What type of range does the headset offer you?

Other important capabilities include voice tags,

last number redial, transfer calls, 3 way calling,

link to other phones, call reject, and mute. You'll also want to note if it looks attractive, and if it's too big or too small.

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