Moor BTH002 Stereo Bluetooth Headset Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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One of the many reasons why we buy an smartphone is for music. However advanced or however basic a smartphone may be, it will be capable of playing music. And with Bluetooth become common, almost all of the smartphones support A2DP profile so that music can be streamed to Bluetooth speakers and headsets. This is the same with laptops, netbooks, and tablets as well. We like to listen to music when we are working, at least I do.
And when you think of music, you will also think of a good speaker, or a headset. This is as important as the music itself to enjoy music (it makes sense). I was in a hunt down for a good Bluetooth headset to as I started getting a lot of questions as to which one to buy, there are so many available in the market. And most of the people who asked me for suggestions didn’t want to lighten their wallets by a great deal. So it had to be something reasonably priced and had to give you a good listening pleasure.
As I had already reviewed a Moor stereo Bluetooth headset earlier, I though I’d try something from the same manufacturer as I had really liked the last one. So I got myself a Moor BTH002 Stereo Bluetooth Headset. And my first impression when I opened the case was “wow,” and it is justified. The casing was good, and as soon as you open the case and get out the headset, you will notice the small ear pads. They are small. But when I had seen them online and read the reviews, I didn’t realize they would be so small. But the reviews were really good, so I thought, “wow, this small thing can really do stuffs.”
So I began pairing it with my phone and within just seconds, the process was complete. There are no problems pairing the headset. I have tried with it a series of devices including smartphones from different manufacturers and OSes, and laptops and netbooks from different manufacturers. Works like a breeze.
Soon after this, I start testing music. For a device so small and with so small drivers, the headset really gives those expensive headsets a run for the money. The drivers are really awesome and if you are a person who fancies deep music, this is the one for you. The bass reproduction on this headset is just awesome. I can keep my Sony and Bose headsets aside and use this as my primary headset. Even the high pitch sounds are produced really nicely.
Coming to the call quality, there was no problem here as well. I used for calls on different phones and even internet and video calls on laptops as well. I was able to hear the other person’s voice crystal clearly, and the other person was able to hear my properly. So you can use the Moor BTH002 as your primary hands-free device for your calls. The mic on the headset is placed at the correct place so that there absolutely no fading of voice.
Next, the headset has five buttons on the right ear pad. These are the two volume control buttons, two track skip buttons, and one power/play/pause/call answer/call end button. Multifunction for that last one. So hold the power button for a few seconds and the LED light on the buttons starts blinking blue and red. This means that the headset is in pairing mode and this is when you start searching for the headset on the device with which you want to use this. The pairing process is simple, as I already told you.
Next, pressing the same button when you paired will launch the default music player on the device and resume the playback. If there is already something playing, then the music is simply paused. And I don’t think I have to explain what the volume rocker and track skip buttons do. The headset comes with a USB cable which you use to charge the headset. The headset doesn’t come with a wall outlet adapter. So you have to use an existing wall outlet adapter with a USB output, or use your compute to charge it.
The headset has a very good battery backup. With one charge, I used it for almost 3 days with almost 3 hours of use each day. So you can say you will get somewhere around 8-9 hours of music playback (the manufacturer claims its 10 hours).
The ear pads are allowed to move, meaning they are adjustable. So, you can position them the way you want them to. Even when you move the head band around, the ear pads remain where they are giving you a more comfortable wearing experience. The head band is internally lined with a metal strip, a strong one. So you can bend the headset to fit your head properly without worrying of breaking it off. It is also adjustable, you can make it small or big.
Overall, for the price you pay, the headset gives you more than that. It has to be one of the best stereo Bluetooth headsets in its price range, and it will not disappoint you for sure. This can be a nice upgrade to your old Bluetooth headset. Do give it a try. And when you are ready to buy, you can buy the Moor BTH002 Stereo Bluetooth Headset for just £34.99 ($55 approx.) from MobileFun.
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