Nokia BH-900 Bluetooth Headset Review
sliding microphone: it moves forward to get nearer to the mouth for the sake of achieving a more distinct and real sound. Doing so is easy, despite the lack of a relief part to hold. It is made of dark, grey-blue plastic, unfortunately not difficult to smear with fingerprints at touch. On its end it has three openings on different sides.
buttons: a scroller for sound level adjustment, one for managing conversations, and a power key. Nokia deserve our sincere admiration for the 3-direction scroll, which can not only move up and down and be pressed for muting, but what is most important – is very convenient and effortlessly usable as well, just like the one of BH800 and in contrast to almost all buttons of various earphones’ makes and models. The ‘headphone’ button is on the front of the device; very small in size, but bulging out and unexpectedly easy to feel. Pressing it is simply enjoyable.
1. Sudipta Singh (unregistered)
I am a soft talker, and one of the things that continually bothered me with all BT headsets is that they seem to assume that you do not need a mic close to your mouth, but can pick up the sound from your ear/bone/ambient noise. No headset ever worked for me without me having to (for me) yell at the top of my voice, and even then call quality was bad. With this headset, all that is a thing of the past - people do not know I am on a headset, pairing is effortless, and the biggest plus for me -- the voice command function on this phone interfaces seamlessly to MS Voice Command on my WM6 Phone (T-Mobile MDA/HTC Wizard); My only beef is that my ears are also sensitive, so wearing the clip for long periods of time is not my bag - I end up switching to from ear to ear every hour or so and have no problems whatsoever. Your mileage may vary....... Once again - excellent audio!!
2. sameer khan (unregistered)
Hello sir i love this bh900 lovely pls get me one morei want one more pls help me