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Nokia BH-503 Stereo Headset (Black)

by Nokia

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  • High-Quality Audio Streaming from Bluetooth Device
  • Over-the-Ear Headphones
  • Power, Call, Media and Volume Keys
  • Music Pauses for Incoming Call
  • Up to 11 Hours Music/Talk Time
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 2 inches, 6 inches, 9.25 inches
  • Weight: 5.12 ounces
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Product Details

User Guide [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 6 x 9.2 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 02705X6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,575 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Nokia BH-503 wireless stereo headset is for you if you appreciate excellent audio quality, great wearability, and laid-back design. This headset lets you lose yourself in the music knowing you won't miss a call.


Listen to stereo music wirelessly from your compatible device, and switch effortlessly between music and phone calls with the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-503, which is compatible with phone that include the Bluetooth stereo music profile (A2DP). Listen to your music and take calls in crisp and clear audio sound thanks to DSP (digital signal processing) and good ergonomics.

Access intuitive call features, control your favourite tunes and volume from the comfort of the Nokia BH-503 wireless headset.
The large, comfortable earpieces wrap around your ears so you know they're secure while you're on the move. The right earpiece includes music playback controls (pause, reverse, forward) as well as a dedicated control for accessing your mobile phone when a call comes in. The headset provides up to 11 hours of talk and music playback time and up to 210 hours (8.75 days) of standby time.


  • Bluetooth version: 2.0+EDR
  • Bluetooth profiles: Headset Profile (HSP), Handsfree Profile (HFP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
  • Operating range: Up to 10 meters (33 feet)
  • Control keys: Power and call management, music playback (play/pause, reverse, forward), volume
  • Talk time: 11 hours
  • Music playback time: 11 hours
  • Standby time: 210 hours
  • Compatible Nokia chargers: Nokia Travel Charger AC-4; Nokia Mobile Charger DC-4

What's in the Box
Nokia BH-503 stereo headphones, travel charger (AC-5), carrying pouch, user guide

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is very clear, and they have a good range.
Jonathan S. Terry
The Nokia BH-503 Bluetooth headset is comfortable, easy to use, and puts the phone call into both ears.
The problem is they are too heavy and hurt my ears after a little while.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By SecondClaw on January 14, 2009
These headphones are very good so far. They are stylish, light, and thin, though not as comfortable as I like. I have them paired with Cowon S9 and Sony w580i ... and they work flawlessly. I previously owned Jabra BT620, below observations are influenced by that device.

- Great design, color, weight. I like the aluminum burgundy ring and similarly colored rubber volume buttons to match.
- Excellent sound (to me at least - but sound really is very subjective) with decent bass.
- Fast charging (1.5 hours to full charge).
- Unobstrusive LEDs (unlike Jabra's giant blue rings that annoy all round me - this one has a tiny light that does not light up all the time - love it).
- Very fast to pair, activate, and deactivate.
- Fewer annoying bleeps when it reacts to commands (like connect/disconnect).

- Not as comfortable to wear (though better than Jabra - lighter and thinner) as regular headphones.
- The soft pads don't seem to be replaceable.
- No USB charging (unlike Jabras which I could charge anywhere).
- Hard to press volume buttons. Their placement sucks as well as I hit part of my ear when i press them ...
- Lack of clear tactile feedback to figure out which button to press - but I suspect I'll just get used to that with time.
- No overcharge protection (according to the manual) so have to watch out when charging is done.

I really like the headphones and using them in the gym is great. I just wish that some of the button placement was better and it was more comfortable. Otherwise, for BT headphones they are better than Jabras.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A. Dixon on March 11, 2009
The nokia BH-503 is my first bluetooth stereo headset. honestly, i have nothing much to compare it to so - this is purely about my experience so far.

i have had this headset for 3 days now. my findings are thus:


the sound quality of this device is SUPERB. i honestly cannot complain. the bass is rich, the mid and upper ranges are great. i tested it at first with songs i know certain details wouldnt be noticeable if the speakers arent good and well, i cannot complain. the speakers are excellent.

pairing with the phone is easy, very easy. i have the Nokia E71 and its a great compliment to the phone.

battery life... well, i am yet to finish them. i use them alot and .. since the first day i charged it, i only had to charge it on the 3rd day simply because i didnt want it to die on me. i cannot really tell if the battery is low.

The feel of its is weighty. its not weak, but you can feel it and tell that its not gonna endure bad usage too well, but its not gonna be easy to destroy either.

well, they do take some getting used to but... once you have memorized the locations... easy as cheese.


i am very pleased with the initiative to include the calling feature on this phone. i hear every caller CLEARLY and they hear me fine.

the headphones have their own built in volume level. so, even when i put the phone of half... when i turn the volume up on the headset, it doesnt affect the phone's volume. sweet. careful though, this thing gets VERY LOUD.


yes, there are cons.

i have small ears. this headset begins to hurt after a while (after say... hour and a half of having it on continuously).
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Larry G on November 24, 2009
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This was my sixth pair of headphones since getting my iPhone last almost a year ago. I used the earbuds provided with the phone for a few months then tried to other corded earbuds. However, I got very tired of the cords because they kept gettting caught on something and kept getting damaged.

The first bluetooth headset I tried was the MOTOROKR S9 (around [...] bucks). It was pretty good but not comfortable. Perhaps it is my big head or because of the in-ear design, but I kept getting headaches when I used them. I later tried an over-ear headset by Rockfish that I found at Best Buy (about [...] bucks). They were much more comfortable but the sound quality was lacking.

After reading a rather convincing review, I tried the Nokia BH-503. This is easily the BEST headset I have owned. I was immediately impressed by the sound quality. I have a pretty eclectic music library and this headset delivers no matter the music.

I also am pleased that the headset is very comfortable. It stays in place without squeezing my big head. :)

The controls are well-placed, easy to use and intuitive. Long battery life. I have had the headset for almost two weeks and I have found nothing about it that I don't like.

All-around WINNER!!!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Ogran on June 25, 2010
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In preparation for my new iPhone 4, I ordered these and the Motorola S305's. The motorola's were half the price, which was a big plus. The material on the earphones is more comfortable on the Nokias. The Nokias are heavy, which makes you feel like there is some good magnet/material used in the construction but in the case of wearing behind-the-ear headphones, you don't want a heavy device (or at least I don't). The angle of the earphones don't really feel completely natural but the padded material somewhat makes up for it. I tried running around my house with these on and they didn't move much, just kinda hang on your ears a little. Sound quality, the lows (where the weight comes in) are certainly better than the motorola's but that is quickly forgotten when you hear almost a staticy distortion, the mids sound a little digitalized. It wasn't my phone/connection because the motorola's were very crisp, sounded like they were wired.

Due to the weight factor, sound quality, and price, the Motorola S305's are the better deal. The buttons on the Nokia are better build, the overall package looks better from Nokia (you get a carrying bag) but all-in-all, I'd go with the motos, which I'm listening to now as I write this review.

Love the iPhone 4 too!!!
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