Snack & Songs-Cordless!

Chatter and music without wires! All the 26 different bluetooth headset may come clean in this month’s super test. There are fifteen mono-headset for the usual chatter, and 11 stereo headset that can handle both music and phone calls.

Mono headset

Jabra BT4010.

Instead of LEDs that blink in different color and frequency displays the Jabra BT4010 status with a small display. It makes it easier to read the battery level and to see if your headset is connected to a mobile phone. The weight is low-11 grams-and it’s fine to use BT4010 no jumper. According to the specifications, there should be a signal processor that improves the microphone fixation, but the sound quality is neither better nor worse than what you would expect in this price class.

Plus: user friendly display

Minus: nothing special

Facts:

Weight (g): 11

Dimensions: 50 x 22 x 24 mm

Standby: 150

Talk time: 6

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 350.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 4

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 3

Total: 16

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Jabra BT2050

The lightest headset is also one of the cheapest. BT2050 is easy and only weighs 8 ounces, but the fit is not 100 percent and it requires not so much for that handset will come loose from the ear. It is almost a must to use the jumper. The volume buttons are built in a circle of metallic-looking plastic. The circle means that you recognize an otherwise rather anonymously headset, but it is difficult to adjust the volume with the sticky keys. The sound in the earpiece is good, but the microphone gives weaker sound than the average.

Plus: light weight

Minus: Bad buttons

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 8

Dimensions: 50 x 22 x 24 mm

Standby: 200

Talk time: 4

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 350.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 2

Features: 2

Sound: 3

Comfort: 2

Total: 12

Jabra JX20 Pura

Jabra JX20 top model is with his Danish design a right through the elegant product. The packaging might as well belong to a better wristwatch and reinforces the quality feeling. The headset has a satin surface of titan. A light metal with a nice color, but at the same time a surface that is sensitive to both scratches and fingerprints.

To turn on the headset, turn on the earpiece and the led indicating status is discreetly positioned on the inside. The buttons for the volume sits on good spots and responds with different tones, so you learn quickly to hear that it printed correctly. JX20 comes with a matching desktop charger and a carrying strap. The sound quality is very good, but not quite up to the same quality as the predecessor JX10. JX10 was also easier and better to the ear.

JX20 feels like one step forward and two steps back for the Jabra but the taste varies, of course, as is well known, and the design is undoubtedly the main argument for this type of headset.

Plus: exclusive materials

Minus: The Fit

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 13

Dimensions: 40 x 20 x 20 mm

Standby: 200

Talk time: 6

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 1100.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 4

Material and quality: 5

Features: 3

Audio: 4

Comfort: 3

Total: 19

 

Nokia BH-703

BH-703 matches Nokia design mobiles to both form and function. The charger is connected with the usb connector and the shell fits well together with, for example, 7900 Prism. The jumper can detach, but the headset sits poorly despite interchangeable rubber Stoppers. The volume is controlled like that are invisibly integrated in the shiny surface. The sound is better than average-a must given the price tag.

Plus: great sound

Minus: The Fit

Facts:

Weight (g): 11

Dimensions: 16 x 52 x 11 mm

Standby: 160

Talk time: 6

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 650.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Audio: 4

Comfort: 2

Total: 15

 

Nokia BH-212

BH-212 is a simple headset with a glossy, black finish that matches such as the N78 or N96. The headset is attached around the ear with double yoke in a soft and flexible material. It sits really steady and comfortable-even after hours of use. BH-212 stands out when it comes to sound, but have great comfort and reasonable price.

Plus: Fit

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 14

Dimensions: 50 x 20 x 9 mm

Standby: 500

Talk time: 11

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Double headband

Price: 375.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 4

Total: 16

Nokia BH-101

Nokia’s financial model works and sounds almost exactly like BH-212, but have a normal hard jumper for the ear. Sit not as steady, but is really comfortable and easier to attach to your ear than BH-212.

Plus: Fit

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 14

Dimensions: 49 x 20 x 22 mm

Standby: 180

Talk time: 8

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 250.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 4

Total: 16

 

Plantronics Voyager 510

Voyager 510 recognized that a large part of the electronics tucked behind the ear. It is a rather large and not particularly discreet headset, but it is convenient to carry and sounds good-not least thanks to the long Microphone boom. Voyager 510 is also available in a bundle with usb dongle for your computer if you want to use the headset for Internet telephony.

Plus: In-Call Sound

Minus: Clumsy

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 17

Dimensions: 60 x 15 x 10 mm

Standby: 100

Talk time: 6

Bluetooth version: 1.2

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 700.00 €

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Audio: 4

Comfort: 4

Total: 17

 

Plantronics Explorer 230

A easy and comfortable headset with a nice price tag. Neither the design or audio quality develops any greater joy reactions, but Explorer 230 works as it should and is both discreet and well built. Can be charged via a computer’s usb connector.

Plus: Fit

Minus: nothing special

Facts:

Weight (g): 98

Dimensions: 60 x 150 x 150 mm

Standby: 200

Talk time: 9

Bluetooth version: 1.2

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 350.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 4

Total: 16

 

Plantronics Discovery 925

Discovery 925 looks very small and discreetly out of the picture, but a pretty hefty stuff once you extract it out of the box. However, as is the weight low and the headset sits nicely in the ear when they found the favorite among the interchangeable rubber ear tips. The design is pretty special with the hollow Microphone boom, but you have to like chromium shiny plastic to thrive with Discovery 925.

Multipoint feature makes it possible to use the headset for mobile phone and voice over Internet Protocol at the same time. The sound is good, but it is difficult to set the correct volume because there is only one button and there is no privacy button which is weak on a headset in this price. A plus for the portable charger powered by a standard battery.

Plus: Fit

Minus: complicated to use

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 9

Dimensions: 68 x 15 x 10 mm

Standby: 175

Talk time: 5

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: In-ear

Price: 900.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 2

Material and quality: 4

Features: 4

Sound: 3

Comfort: 4

Total: 17

 

 

Plantronics Explorer 370

Rugged cell phones, there are not so many on the market and durable headset is almost as unusual, but at the same time, in great demand, products. Explorer 370 keeps dust out and can be washed off under the water tap. The price to pay is that the headset is a bit more plastic and bulkier than a more ordinary headset, but the rubber surfaces make it still feels like a serious product. Keys has good size, but is a bit sticky to touch. Explorer 370 does not belong to the lightest headsets in the test, but a big jumper makes it sits really well.

Plus: Tough. Good sound and fit.

Minus: Clumsy

Facts:

Weight (g): 16

Dimensions: 58 x 25 x 12.5 mm

Standby: 200

Talk time: 8

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 600.00 kr

 

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 4

Features: 3

Audio: 4

Comfort: 4

Total: 18

Samsung WEP250

A simple and lightweight headset with detachable headband. Without the headband sits WEP250 rather loosely, but it works well in the car or at your desk. The sound quality is really good in the ear with the ability to turn up the volume properly if necessary. The microphone keeps more average quality, but overall it’s very headset for the money. Design with a matt black finish and glossy edges fits well together with Samsung’s smartphones.

Plus: Cheap and affordable

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 10

Dimensions: 19 x 45 x 12 mm

Standby: 100

Talk time: 6

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 250.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 3

Total: 15

Sony Ericsson HBH-PV708

A headsetens equivalent of semi-skimmed milk. It seems that Sony Ericsson has had a number of nearly identical products in its range, at least in the last five years. The Cabinet in shiny plastic easily becomes messy fingerprints, but the headset fits well, sounds great and is easy to use.

Plus: Good battery life

Minus: a magnet for fingerprints

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 14

Dimensions: 61 x 18 x 20 mm

Standby: 500

Talk time: 15

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 350.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 3

Total: 15

Sony Ericsson HBH-PV703

There are two differences between the PV708 and PV703-casing looks and battery life. PV703 features a matte skin which in my opinion is a bit prettier, but at the same time cope with the inferior battery capacity. The price is about femtiolappen lower compared with PV708.

Plus: nothing special

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 14

Dimensions: 61 x 18 x 20 mm

Standby: 350

Talk time: 10

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 300.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 3

Total: 15

Sony Ericsson HBH-PV712

An additional headset in the classic Sony Ericsson model. The big difference with the PV708 PV703 and, except for a few lines in the design, is that PV712 comes with changeable covers.

Plus: changeable covers. Good battery life.

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 14

Dimensions: 61 x 18 x 20 mm

Standby: 500

Talk time: 15

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Simple jumper

Price: 450.00 €

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 4

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 3

Total: 16

Sony Ericsson HBH-PV770

We actually got also into a mono from Sony Ericsson that feels a little innovative. PV770 has no jumper, but a large round earpiece that sits really well in your ear. A much better solution than Sony Ericsson’s old, uncomfortable headset with in-ear plug. PV770 is no headset man running in the forest, but it is comfortable in the car or at normal walking pace. The surface is checked with a little textile feel. The sound quality is slightly better than PV703, PV708 and PV712.

Plus: good sound. Comfortably.

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 14

Dimensions: 62 x 18 x 20 mm

Standby: 200

Talk time: 8

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: In-ear

Price: 590.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 4

Features: 3

Audio: 4

Comfort: 4

Total: 18

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Stereo-headset

Nokia BH-503

A stereo headset with lots of noise. The design of surfaces in red and black fit well with music phones as 5220 and 5320. The large headphones have a powerful sound and without strain, but may not be the perfect choice for the train ride as a lot of sound from leaking out into the environment. Buttons for volume and to control the music player is accessible on lurarnas edges and surfaces, but the high weight headset is not especially good. Another weakness is the microphone. It must be pretty quiet in the surroundings of the counterparty to receive good call sound. The headset comes with a storage bag.

Plus: Great sound for music

Minus: The Fit. The microphone.

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 105

Dimensions: 150 x 75 x 155 mm

Standby: 210

Talk time: 11

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Back-neck stereolurar

Price: 900.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 4

Sound: 3

Comfort: 2

Total: 15

Nokia BH-903

The box is marked with “N-series”, but of course the BH-903 is suitable also for other phones with A2DP. The device itself is thin and has a great oled display that shows clock, song titles, names of the connected mobile phone and much more. A problem with wireless headphones is that you can’t use your phone’s FM radio, but it has the Nokia solved by building into the radio of the headset.

There is a complete set of buttons to control the player and the volume is controlled by the flick of the keypad. It is on the classic worm-type that doesn’t clog the ear completely, but the sound is nevertheless rich and good. In contrast, the fit is not quite as good as in in-ear lurking, but it is not a major problem. The textile-covered wires contributes to a high quality feel. A microphone with the answer-and the privacy button, go to lursladden and call the sound is the best among Stereo headsets.

Plus: FM radio. Good sound for both speech and music

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 32

Dimensions: 63 x 32 x 8 mm

Standby: 150

Talk time: 11

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereodongle

Price: 1600.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 5

Material and quality: 4

Features: 5

Audio: 4

Comfort: 3

Total: 21

Nokia BH-103

BH-103 is a stereodongle in the lower price range and it shows really that it is a less expensive product than the more luxurious Headset BH-903. The cables are unprotected and lacking textile casing and the device itself gives a quite plasticky feel. It is not possible to replace, and the sound is disappointing. The base has no pressure despite the fact that the headphones are in-ear type. The microphone ports far from their mouths which gives faint call sound of the counterparty.

Plus: nothing special

Minus: The Sound. Quality feeling.

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 19

Dimensions: 45 x 36 x 10 mm

Standby: 150

Talk time: 7

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereodongle

Price: 400.00 €

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 2

Features: 2

Audio: 2

Comfort: 3

Total: 12

Samsung SBH700

At first glance, seems to be an appropriate SBH700 headset for the duration of the pass with in-ear-lurking and hangers behind the ears. Unfortunately, the weight distribution error-nugget that sits on the cable behind your neck is so heavy that it comes in motion and jerks in your ears when you run. The sound quality is the headset’s great achievement-both calls and music sounds good. It is also possible to fold up the headset to a fairly compact size when you don’t use it. Keys music player is accessible on öronbyglarnas edges, but is slightly sticky to touch.

Plus: great sound

Minus: bad at operating

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 39

Dimensions: 40 x 28 x 150

Standby: 170

Talk time: 9

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Back-neck stereolur

Price: 700.00 €

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 4

Features: 4

Audio: 4

Comfort: 3

Total: 18

Samsung SBH600

The second largest lurking after Sony DR-BT50. Music audio is very good even if it’s really appalling base. There is also a line input if you want to listen to music from a source that is A2DP compliant. Headphones are fitted with additional microphones which according to specifications to filter out noise from the surroundings, but the difference is not especially great between sound quality with the feature turned on or turned off. It is the more mechanical barrier which makes it convenient to listen to music through SBH600. The buttons for the music player has good size and easy access even when the headset sits on the head. Call sound is for the opposing party entirely in class with a normal mono headset-a good rating for this type of lure.

Plus: Good music sound. Line input.

Minus: nothing special.

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 150

Dimensions: 175 x 160 x 29 mm

Standby: 300

Talk time: 11

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereolurar

Price: 1200.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 4

Features: 4

Audio: 4

Comfort: 4

Total: 19

Samsung SBH650

Samsung’s stereodongle has a good format and a hefty clip which makes it easy to attach to your clothing. The matte surface and the thin format allows quality feeling somewhere between Sony Ericsson DS200 and Nokia’s top model. What we lack is a display SBH650 has only one led to indicate status. Headphones are connected with standard plug and the headset comes with a pair of fully acceptable in-ear lurking. On the other hand, gives a faint noise SBH650, audibly in the pauses between tracks, as neither is heard in the headset or the other when the same songs played over the sladdheadset.

Plus: Cheap. Works with standardlurar.

Minus: no display. Roars.

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 17

Dimensions: 28,5 x 57 x 8.5 mm

Standby: 200

Talk time: 9

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereodongle

Price: 500.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 4

Features: 3

Audio: 4

Comfort: 4

Total: 18

Sony DR-BT160AS

Sony’s löparlurar feels really futuristic, but is also easy to get started with. A separate button for connecting to a mobile and a logical joystick, located behind one ear, makes it easy to connect and control the music player. The headset is water resistant, so the rains should not constitute an obstacle. Electronics and batteries sit in the ear hooks which makes the headset sits perfectly in most situations. However, they do not work in a bicycle helmet. The earbuds are the in-ear type and comes with an assortment of plugs in different sizes. The sound quality is good, but it’s a way to go to the real top class. Quality feeling is high with metal and the charger connector is protected by a rubber flap. It is worth noting that headsets from Sony does not work with the charger from Sony Ericsson, which had been ready to believe.

Plus: fits well even when on the move

Minus: nothing special

 

Facts:

Weight (g): 45

Dimensions: 50 x 29 x 150 mm

Standby: 100

Talk time: 11

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Back-neck stereolur

Price: 1100.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 4

Material and quality: 4

Features: 4

Audio: 4

Comfort: 4

Total: 20

Sony DR-BT50

A couple of really serious headphones-large format and big sound. Close-fitting lurking can sometimes be warm to wear lower moments, but Sony seems to have chosen the good material and it never gets sweaty on the ears. The weight is slightly higher than for the corresponding lurking with cord, but battery life is despite it really well. Unfortunately, there are no display as föreklar management and it turns out to be a bit tricky to connect the headset to a new phone, but with the manual at hand dissolves. The controls for the music player are readily accessible on the underside of the right handset. Sony could gladly cost on the headset, a better microphone. Call the sound of the counterparty is not catastrophically bad, but also not better than a mono 250 kr performs which feels dull.

Plus: Music sound in top class

Minus: Mediocre microphone

Facts:

Weight (g): 186

Dimensions:-

Standby time: 600

Talk time: 17

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereolurar

Price: 1700.00 USD

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 4

Features: 4

Audio: 5

Comfort: 4

Total: 20

Sony DR-BT140QP

This headset consists of two paragraphs foxes with ear loops which are linked together with a cable behind your neck. This means that the headset takes up little space in your Pack despite fairly well proportioned loudspeaker membrane. My head feels DR-BT140QP more convenient than Nokia or Samsung’s back-neck-lurking, but it is unable to get a headset that feels comfortable on the training session. Then sit DR-BT160AS significantly better. The sound quality is good, but even the near surroundings of the music because it is not tight against the ears. The microphone works better than expected and gives the call sound entirely in class with a medium strength Mono.

Plus: In-Call Sound

Minus: The Fit

Facts:

Weight (g): 45

Dimensions:-

Standby: 200

Talk time: 12

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereolurar with jumper

Price: 900.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 3

Material and quality: 3

Features: 4

Audio: 4

Comfort: 3

Total: 17

Sony Ericsson HBH-DS205

A stereodongle in the cylinder. Comes with the classic earphones with grilles and rubber edge. The trick with a similar look that sometimes comes with the Sony Ericsson mobiles usually does not impress, but here we get both great sound and decent pressure in the base. Neither the sound or fit is as good as in the brand’s in-ear lurks, but the rating is fully approved. The headset is charging with the Sony Ericsson standard charger. HBH-DS205 can change the song in the music player by holding volume button depressed, but unable to fast which feels unnecessarily restricted and complicated compared with separate buttons. The device is lightweight and has a good clip for your clothes. The microphone has excellent directivity and sensitivity, but the unit must be in a good place on the clothes of the other party to hear what is being said.

Plus: Standard connector for headphones

Minuses: limited opportunities to control the music player

Facts:

Weight (g): 13

Dimensions: 13 x 65 x 13 mm

Standby time: 600

Talk time: 8

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereodongle

Price: 575.00 SEK

Rating:

Getting started: 4

Material and quality: 4

Features: 3

Sound: 3

Comfort: 4

Total: 18

Sony Ericsson HBH-DS200

A further stereodongle from Sony Ericsson-at first glance, almost identical with the HBH-DS205. Quality feel is good with details in aluminium on the device. Unfortunately, Sony Ericsson removed all possibilities to control the music player with the exception of the play and pause. I can’t even change the volume without having to pick up the cell phone. It’s not much different in price between the two products, HBH-DS205 so seems like the obvious choice.

Plus: Standard connector for headphones

Minus: lacks the ability to control the music player

Facts:

Weight (g): 13

Dimensions: 13 x 65 x 13 mm

Standby: 300

Talk time: 6

Bluetooth version: 2.0

Type: Stereodongle

Price: 500.00 kr

Rating:

Getting started: 4

Material and quality: 4

Features: 2

Sound: 3

Comfort: 4

Total: 17

Getting started

It is never especially difficult to get started with a bluetooth headset, but some manufacturers have managed to complicate it unnecessarily. Sony uses for its three different headset also three different methods to connect to the cell phone. Dr-BT160AS is admirably simple with a separate button. It exists even in Jabra JX20. Otherwise, it is common that the headset must be switched off first and then activated with an extra long pressing the power button or by a combination of buttons pressed.

All headset does the pairing mode the first time you enable them, so the problem pops up only when it wants to join a more mobile. Nokia and Sony Ericsson highlights to their headsets have simplified functions to connect to the brand’s own mobiles. The only thing that be simplified is that you don’t have to enter a default code consisting of four zeros. It is no argument for choosing a headset from the same manufacturer as your mobile phone. However, it may be worth noting if the headset and the mobile phone can use same charger if you want to minimize the number of wires in your Pack for the trip.

Nokia Stereo Headset BH-903 excels with a display that tells you in plain language what happens. It helps a lot when you connect to different phones, but also makes it more logical to make the other settings in the headset.

Winner: Nokia BH-903

Materials and quality

A headset will keep for daily use, and it can get a lot of wear and tear on wires and buttons. Nokia’s cheap stereodongle BH-103, for example, feels like a questionable product because the cables are unprotected while it is not possible to replace the headphones should they become damaged. BH-903 feels more durable thanks to a thick textile casing around wires.

Sony Ericsson headset is all pretty friendly, but they are at the same time, well constructed with good controls and good fit in the shells. Sony is a bit of an unknown but when it comes to mobile accessories, but their headsets are well made and have much better quality feel than the Sony Ericsson products. With the possible exception of the DR-BT140QP.

Samsung has several good budget option in the test that produces very quality sense for money-stereo don glen have good size and good buttons and the enclosed headphones are also affordable even if Sony DR-BT50 and Nokia BH-903 is edgier and at the same time, a number of less than $100 more expensive.

Two headsets stand out because really when it comes to the materials-Jabra JX20 and Plantronics Explorer 370. Titan tire not in a hurry, but possibly should Jabra have chosen any other kind of coating to protect against scratches and fingerprints. Plantronics Explorer 370 is a rather clumsy headset in plastic, but sturdy buttons, rubber gaskets and IP rating shows that there is a product out of the ordinary.

Jabra JX20 Pura Winners:

Features

In the case of Mono is the differences in function, quite small, but certainly there are bells and whistles that some models have and others do not have. Plantronics has staked much on datorkompatibilitet and Discovery 925 runs to pair with computer and mobile at the same time, while the Voyager 510 can be purchased along with a usb dongle. Other brands have invested in secure cards for their Mono. No news here, but old and proven functionality.

It becomes more interesting when we look at the stereo headset. Sony Ericsson has been very cautious and seems to want to keep down the number of buttons on his headset. It makes the music player becomes difficult to use, or who with DS200-model, impossible to control from the headset. Really a stark contrast compared to the headphones from Sony that has a complete set of music keys.

While Samsung has invested in features and in top model SBH600 we find unique features as line input and active noise reduction system. The noise reduction showing itself does not, however, make that much from or to. Most finesspäckad, however, is the Nokia BH-903. OLED display makes the headset is easy to use and shows everything from caller ID to the song titles and watch. Via the display, you can also control the headset’s built-in FM radio.

Winner: Nokia BH-903

Audio

The sound quality is made up of two parts-first, how good headphones, or the handset when it comes to Mono, and second, how good it sounds of the counterparty-that is how good the microphone works. Unfortunately, these factors are rarely go hand in hand with each other or with the price tag.

The worst is the set with stereoheadseten. Sony’s top model DR-BT50 sounds amazing when listening to music, but when phone calls are not better than the cheapest monoheadseten. Music and phone calls also puts very different demands on the type of headphones. Closed headphones, in-ear trick is perfect for music because they shut out their surroundings and can put the eardrum in operating with proper power. However, it can be more difficult to carry on a conversation without hearing their own voice on a normal way which means an advantage for the open it in that case.

Therefore, it is difficult to designate a winner when it comes to sound quality. Sony DR-BT50 may test only fempoängare because of the leap when it comes to music, but for calls is Jabra JX20 winner followed closely by Plantronics Explorer 370 and Voyager 510.

Winner music: Sony DR-BT50

Jabra JX20 Pura winner speeches:

Comfort

Lightweight headsets have a big advantage when it comes to comfort. Low weight is more forgiving if the shape does not match real with their own ear. It saves such as Samsung WEP250 which would be very bad if it was a few grams heavier. Another way to achieve good comfort are many customization options. Samsung’s and Sony’s closed lurking can be set after the header size and are therefore good for different users. Plantronics will send with all six different rubber plugs to its Discovery 925, so even here, most people find a favorite that makes it 9 gram lightweight headset, barely noticeable, but still.

Sony Ericsson and Plantronics headset with the headband sits well overall, despite the fact that they are based on the principle of “One size fits all”, but Nokia has managed to even better thanks to the resilient rubber material in BH-212. Comfort is also affected to a great extent by how to use the headset. There are quite a few models that are great if you go out and run, or perhaps bikes in the Woods. Sony DR-BT160AS works best as long as you do not want to combine with the helmet or hat. Sony Ericsson HBH-DS205 can be a good alternative as sport headset if you replace the included headset, against a pair of in-ear lurking.

Winner: Plantronics Discovery 925

Winner: Jabra JX20 Pura-Mono

Jabra JX20 luxury has good call sound and is easy to get started with. The shell in the titan along with the matching accessories provides quality feel. JX20 has lost a little bit of comfort compared to the predecessor JX10, but the weight is low and with the jumper installed is really good. The drawback with Jabra JX20 is a pretty juicy price tag.

Winner-Stereo: Nokia BH-903

Nokia usually stumble at the finish line when it comes to music accessories, BH-903 is a really pleasant surprise. The sound quality is excellent, even if in-ear-lurking in the higher price range often sits better and delivers a little more bass. Microphone on lursladden gives good call audio and display, with information in plain language, provides both useful features and a simple operation.