Motorola HT820 Stereo Bluetooth Headset Review
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buttons here are Call key (on the left) and play/pause (on the right) which are slightly raised and their position is easily felt – pushing them is soft but with sufficient tactile response. There is a coupe of buttons on the upper side on each earpiece. They are for sound control on the left side and for song change on the right side, respectively. Unlike Jabra 620, the buttons are not in a common cell but at a little distance from each other. Distinguishing one from the other is easy, pressing them – too.
The softener over the earpieces is somewhat different from the other models we have used. With the three models (Nokia BH-601, Jabra BT620 and Plantronics 590A) there is a complete soft cover of something like foam; it is not so with HT820. The very speaker is covered with a fine mesh and there is a comparatively soft ring of artificial leather which stands practically close to your face. For more convenient earpieces wearing a rubber softener is provided at the beginning of the headband since in this part it touches your ears or your face and we would want them to be quite soft, anyway.
In the simplified design with a few elements there are more things on the right earpiece than on the left one. Here are the microphone, a miniUSB charging port and 2.5 mm jack for connection to a 3.5 mm sound source to the cable of the set.
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