Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone (Black) - Retail Packaging
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- Works with iPod and iPhone certified; iPods requires an adapter (D650 or D670) to be purchased separately. For iPod Touch - it does not require an adapter as it support A2DP
- On ear music controls lets you manage your music player - play, pause, next, previous, and volume - all from the headset
- Bluetooth headset lets you listen to music or take phone calls wirelessly.
- Up to 6.5 hours of talk time
- Works with Bluetooth enabled music players and mobile phones from all leading manufacturers.
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- Size (LWH): 8.75 inches, 2.5 inches, 5.3 inches
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 6.5 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 96 hours
Listen to music in full-range stereo and make hands-free calls with the S305. View larger.
The S305 lets you wirelessly stream music from any compatible Bluetooth stereo-capable device, including the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3G S, and iPod touch 2G. The headphones generate rich, deep sound thanks to two high-quality 30mm speakers. With strong bass and dynamic audio, the headphones render all the highs and mids of your music with superb fidelity. You'll also enjoy remarkable call clarity without ambient background noise.
Music Pauses for Incoming Calls
Thanks to a small, high-grade microphone located beneath the right speaker, the S305 will pick up your voice in crisp detail. And if you should receive a call while your tunes are playing, the music will automatically pause. Just press the call button on the side of the headset to accept an incoming call.
Comfortable, Lightweight Design
With its stylish silver-and-black finish, the S305 headset has a sleek, futuristic look. Just as comfortable as it is attractive, the headset features a curved, behind-the-head wearing style and weighs less than comparable products. Also, the over-the-ear headphones are cushioned, making them soft enough for all-day listening.
The S305 has a control interface that allows you to adjust volume, accept calls, and switch music tracks with ease. A large call button on the side of the right speaker makes it simple to accept incoming calls and make outgoing calls. By tapping on either side of this button, you can also remotely change music tracks. Additionally, a conveniently placed volume button lets you adjust the volume of your music or phone call at any time.
Long-Lasting Charge and Universal Bluetooth Compatibility
The S305 provides up to 6.5 hours of uninterrupted talk or music. For added convenience, a micro-USB charging port is included on the side of the device.
The stylish and lightweight S305 offers comfortable, all-day listening. View larger.
Motorola, a recognized leader in mobile connectivity, is committed to developing tools and technologies to make people's lives easier, more efficient, and more connected. Founded in 1928, Motorola's prominent record of invention and innovation includes equipment that carried the first words spoken from the moon as well as the world's first handheld cellular phone. Now, with their new line of Bluetooth® headsets, Motorola continues to change the shape of communications by developing technologies to eliminate boundaries for people, businesses, and public safety agencies, enhancing and advancing how they communicate.
Size: ..Old Bluetooth 3.0 | Color: Neutral | Package Type: Retail Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
Quality of Construction: These headphones feel decidedly cheap. I have a pair of wrap-around (wired) headphones that cost $10 that seems to have sturdier construction. Upon taking these out of the package, I felt like taking them off too roughly, or something falling on them, could damage or break the frame. After 30 days of use, they still feel cheap, but I am not so afraid that I will break them. While it is a very real possibility that a less careful person (read: spouse) or accident will break these, extending some consideration to fragile electronics makes me think that the frames breaking is not how these will end their life.
Quality of Sound: When running or working out, I am content if the headphones are 1) loud enough 2) not flat and 3) easily adjustable for conditions. These do well on all counts. I have noticed that some songs are too loud, some not loud enough -- but this is because of the source, not the headphones. There is good range of sound, sufficient bass and treble to please my ears while I exercise. Further, the positioning of the volume controls allows me to make adjustments without breaking stride -- the placement of the Play/Pause and the Forward and Back controls allows me to skip songs without skipping a step.Read more ›
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Fit: 5 out of 5.
I wear glasses so fit was crucial for me, and they work perfectly fine while wearing them. I often wear them while riding my bike along the lakefront at Chicago, and they fit perfectly at the back of my head below the edge of my bike helmet.
Sound: 5 out of 5.
I continue to be amazed at the sound on these, deep rich bass and many subtle sounds.
Also they have lots of volume. I first set the volume at max on my cellphone, which is a free-on-contract Motorola EM330 music phone. At top volume these headphones are loud enough for me to hear them on Chicago's subway train (the EL). Some snobby audiophiles complain that these are not as good as their wired $200 headphones while listening in a totally silent room. Some people cannot be pleased! Also if you don't first max your volume on your cellphone you won't get the best quality sound.
Also since they are not in my ear canal, and not completely surrounding my ear to block out the sound, I find them to be quite safe since I can still hear the world around me while on my bicycle.
While on a call the person on the other end does not know I am using a blue tooth headset.Read more ›
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I too did a lot of research on bluetooth headsets in preparation for OS 3.0. In-ear headphones bother me (recently found the wired PMX-80 II painful), and I need to be able to hear traffic around me while riding my ebike, so on-ears are pretty much what I am looking for.
My paper analysis showed this S305 and the Nokia BH-503 Wireless Stereo Headset to be likely candidates. I got this because I found it locally first, at Frys. Suprisingly, it was about 20% cheaper there than Amazon - although I got the only one they had.
It paired easily with my iPhone 3G with OS 3.0, and on the iphone these functions work:
1) Volume Up/Down (local to the headphones only, it does not adjust the volume on the iphone, nor does changing the volume on the iphone have any affect on the headphones)
2) Pause/Play - song stops and resumes
3) Stop/start - holding the pause/play button down stops the song, and if you press it again the song starts at the beginning
4) Call answer/disconnect
5) Microphone - the headphones' built-in microphone works just fine with the iphone. I was worried I was going to still have to use the old talk-into-the-bottom-of-the-iphone-while-wearing-headphones trick, which was great when I was wired, but not convenient if I leave my iphone buried in the bottom of a bag because I have wireless headphones.
The only thing that doesn't seem to work with iPhone 3G are the next song/previous song buttons, which I already knew about, so I am thrilled that everything else does work.
Range is exceptional - I was able to get 15-20' away, through 2 walls, and still have signal.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got a pair of these headphones, for my wife, in November of 2015. They have been used a total of about 5 times since then. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Mark M.
Exactly what I was looking for. No wires to get tangled up in, co nected perfectly with my Nexus 6. They're nice and light, comfortable on your head. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I really like these headphones but the black spongy piece keeps falling out.Published 2 days ago by feharida69
I've been using this model for many years now and it's a great product. They eventually die but this is to be expected. Nothing lasts forever.Published 3 days ago by Jonathan
Love the sound! It is very clear and great for watching movies! High quality for a low price!Published 3 days ago by CWeath
Cheap product and the battery life is terrible. End of my gym session (approximately 2 hours) and the headset is beeping at me to charge. I've only had the headset for a month ! Read morePublished 3 days ago by D. P.