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Bluetooth headset recommendations for the M2000?

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Hi -

Which Bluetooth headsets work particularly well (or badly) with the M2000? Would be great to hear from people who have tried out different headsets, with any recommendations (to buy or avoid).

E.g:

- easy to bond with M2000?

- sound quality?

- comfort / size? (would you walk down the street with it on?!)

- price? (if you got a bargain, where did you get it from!)

jezza1

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I did see on the Expansys forums some people had problems with the jabra 250 and pda2k. I'd be interested in peoples suggestions - my first BT device.

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I to would be interested in people opinions regarding bt head sets, also does anyone know where I can get a review of the orange generic headset, that is on sale in orange shops?

thanks d taylor

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I've been using the Plantronics M3000 headset for a while, it's worked with my E200 and the M2000.

There have been a few times where it will not pick up the headset when calling out, but I think that's a general problem with BT on the M2000.

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currently looking at the jabra bt250 headset, it gets a good review on info sync world. does anyone have any experience using one with the blue angel (particulary spv m2000?)

also it states that it is compatible with nokia voice dialing, but will this also work with with m2000

d taylor :)

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