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BlackBerry Premium Multimedia Headset with Case - 3.5mm

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Brand New OEM Blackberry 3.5mm Headset with Case Hands-free headsets allow private phone calls and plug directly into the phone. Original accessories for your BlackBerry. Direct from RIM. OEMs design and manufacture accessories to match the specific requirements of their devices, satisfying the most demanding customer. You can trust the high quality and performance of BlackBerry accessories from RIM.Black, 3.5mm, Multimedia Bud Headset with Case. In-line microphone with answer end switch and call mute button. Compatible with: Blackberry: Pearl Flip 8220, Pearl Flip 8230, Curve 8520, Curve 8530, Curve 8900, Bold 9000, Pearl 3G 9100, Curve 3G 9300, Curve 3G 9330, Thunder 9500, Storm 9530, Storm 2 9550,Tour 9630, Bold 9650, Style 9670, Bold 9700, Bold 9780,Torch 9800

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002ECE8PK
  • Item model number: ASY-15765-001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,121 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Roy C on October 10, 2010
I really like this headset, good sound, but the manual says that it contains an internal battery to allow the button functions to work. Like 'skip' 'previous' 'vol up' and 'vol down' Once the battery goes those functions no longer work. You can still use the headphones and the play button, but that's it. Battery supposedly lasts 2 years with regular use. Very disappointing. My buttons no longer work, and if the product has been sitting in the warehouse, good luck with the 2 year battery
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tim on March 4, 2010
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I wanted to replace my iPod Touch/cellphone combination with just a cellphone and I wasn't interested in the iPhone. I opted for Blackberry but then wanted comparable headphone quality to what I had with my Touch. Not having a remote on the standard headphone cord was not going to cut it for listening to music on my Blackberry. (That's just a personal preference.) These are in-the-ear-canal headphones and not like the earbuds I had for my Touch. I worried because I had problems before getting the in-canal headphones to stay in my ear. I was surprised at how well these work. The sound is decent and satisfies my needs. I've used them for almost 2 months now and haven't experienced any problems and the remote on the cord is a big plus. For me, it's easier to control than the equivalent iPod earbuds with the remote on the cord. They are definitely not worth the retail price of close to $100 but are worth it at a discounted price.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Morris on March 6, 2010
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Was looking forward to using this on my Storm 2, but it failed. I have a Verizon Storm 2 running 5.0.0.320 and apparently someone dropped the ball on making this compatible with that software release. Getting audio is not a problem, but the only control that works is the play/pause button. The skip forward, skip back and volume controls are all dead. With that said, it only gets 1 star no matter how good any other functions are.

I thought it was a problem with the headphones so I had Amazon send me a new pair--same problem. Then I checked the CrackBerry forums and saw the pattern that other Verizon people were reporting. Many of the report trying to get help from RIM, but they offer no support for accessories apparently. So, back it went.

The earbuds were a little weird the small amount of time that I used these. Grateful for the many sizes, but it was hard to get a good fit that did not want to fall out of my ear or feel like I crammed a peanut down my ear canal.

What time I did spend with it listening to music they produced an excellent sound.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dogs & Horses VINE VOICE on January 27, 2011
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After suffering real pain every single day using the headset that came standard with my new Blackberry Torch, I knew I had to make a change or give up listening to my audio-books and music. Giving up the music, podcasts, podiobooks and handsfree phone use is NOT an option - I work outside with horses several hours a day - gotta have my media! The set of earbuds that came with the phone worked well, but my ears a tad small and they were just too big. Plus the hard metal & plastic literally caused a painful bruise on one ear. After tons of research I decided on these for several reasons. As it turns out these are very good both with regard to sound and actual daily functionality.

They are a Blackberry product thus compatible with my phone. They have a microphone and a remote control with the volume, skip and pause on the cord - no need to remove the phone from your holster or pocket! All these buttons worked properly as soon as the headset was plugged into my phone. (No learning curve or difficulty with the new Blackberry OS.6) One note on the remote control - there is a 2 second delay from the time you initiate a command before the phone reacts. If you have voice dialing set up on your Torch it can work with this headset and that is very nice. Sound quality is good with simple voice narration from an audio book. The sound is very good with actual music - in fact this headset is louder than the original, which means I no longer have to keep the volume at it's highest level. Additionally, if you click the options in the BB menu on your phone, you can adjust the sound to reflect the type of music you're listening to and this headset does reflect the change. The carrying case is hard and fits well in a purse or the center console of the car.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David W. Merrell on January 21, 2010
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I just changed cell phones, opting for the Blackberry Storm 2, and needed a headset not only for calls but to listen to my music. I never expected I'd find anything allowing such quality by way of ear buds, though. I use a high quality over the ear headset at home that is about the best one can buy, IMHO. To my great surprise, the Blackberry Premium Multimedia Headset might even beat that expensive headset in sound quality and range.

I highly recommend them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Justin on September 14, 2010
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I bought this as a replacement to my android headset that came with my nexus one. I was completely blown away by the sound quality and comfort.

the leather case to keep the headset in is a nice add.

this really is a premium, good quality headset.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David L. Clay on July 23, 2011
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I like most things about this headset - the earpieces are comfortable, the sound quality is acceptable, the case is useful, etc.

However, the one thing that was surprising/disappointing to me is that the user guide says that the headset battery has "...an estimated life expectancy of approximately two years..." and that it "...is not chargeable or replaceable" and "When the battery dies...the Skip forward, Skip backward, Volume up, and Volume down button features are no longer available."

*sigh* I suppose their assumption is that within 2 years I'll have either 1) lost the headset and/or 2) replaced the phone with a newer model. However, since I'm a person who tries to keep things I buy working as long as possible (I've had the Samsung cell phone that this Blackberry Style is replacing for over 6 years now and it still works great), this is a bit frustrating. But, I assume this is all part of the planned obsolescence/cost-effective design concepts that are so common nowadays.
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