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Jabra BT800 review

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Jabra BT800 review

Jabra BT800 review

Jabra BT800 review

First, I must clarify that comfort is subjective and depends on the person and the purpose which the Bluetooth headset serves. If the user needs the headset for a few short conversation, pretty much almost any headset will do since having a headset on for just a while does not create discomfort (unless it is the Logitech Mobile freedom…). What we try to test is how comfortable a headset is when worn for prolonged periods longer than 1 hour. The BT800 was bearable for about 1.5 hours after which middium ache was felt in ear. If you plan not to wear the headset constantly and just put it on for the duration of the conversation, you should be fine.

Jabra BT800 brings some very advanced features not seen before to the Bluetooth headset segment. It sports blue backlit LCD display used for Called ID, battery status indication and menu browsing. The headset also utilized DSP technology used to suppress Wind and ambient noises. During the performance testing, BT800 demonstrated exceptionally long range and sound clarity. The continuous talk time achieved was 6 hours – exactly what the specifications calls for. Given all the advanced capabilities, the design is inevitably bulkier with weight of about 0.8 oz. Wearing the headset for short periods of time does not create discomfort, but I do not recommend having it on for more than 1 hour.

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