MotorTrend Max 4x Bluetooth Headset from
|MotorTrend Max 4x Bluetooth Headset
by PowerMate Cellular Motor Trend
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IMPORTANT – Be sure your phone or mobile device is Bluetooth capable.Check the Owner’s Manual or manufacturer’s website to verify your phone or mobile device has this feature.
MAX 4x" Technology blocks 4 times the external environmental/ambient noise 1
Compatible with most Bluetooth" Enabled Phones 2
Handsfree and wireless
Call Waiting and 3-Way Calling
Voice Activated Dialing
Touch-button volume control
One-touch call answer/end & redial
Over-the-Head design with Boom Mic fits comfortably on either ear
AC/DC Chargers included
Balanced and lightweight only 1.5 oz.
Uses a rechargeable Li-polymer battery for long life and usage:
Approximately 8 hours of in use time, 250 hours of standby time
Working range is approximately 30 feet between the paired Bluetooth devices
1-Digital enhancements have been made to the chip mono coder decoder to reduce wind noise
2-The hardware supports all optional and mandatory features of Bluetooth v2.0+EDR including AFH and eSCO.
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||Had mine for about 3 weeks- GREAT!!
|Finding a bluetooth headset that had the head clamp instead of the ear hanger was a pain for me. I perused Radio Shacks, mall electronics, even googled it and could never find one although I had seen a picture of one somewhere before. Everyone told me that they had failed the market test and no one made them anymore but I wanted one; I hate ear plugs, bugs and ear hangers - never can get good clarity of sound and they are annoying.
Well, was on the road in NJ a couple of weeks ago and ran across the MT-BT109 at a truck stop, of all places, and bought it on the spot.
Setup a little clunky as described but IT WORKS!! No longer tethered to my cell with the Logitech wired headsets and it is wonederful. I used the volume buttons and set to full volume and, as they are rather small and difficult to push, I just leave them be; only button I worry about is the On/Off button described in the article. If you are in the market for a wireless, HEADSET with a snug fit, this should work for you. If you find the "grippy" thing a little firm, as described in the article (I don't as I have a head full of hair), then cover it with a pad or something. You can also cover the boom end with a "fuzzy" ball as described (THESE you can find at radio shack, et al) for air noise reduction.