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Sony Ericsson Wireless Stereo Headphone - Black

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  • Stereo wireless headset - small and lightweight
  • Streams music and handles calls without wires
  • Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
  • Auto Pairing technology and easy redialing
  • Package includes: Headset, Standard charger, Carrying Velvet Pouch, 2 Sets of extra ear buds, Clip, User Guide (Sets of extra ear buds included in the package; they are located in a small clear plastic bag inside of the black carrying pouch where the headset is.)

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001QTW21Y
  • Item model number: HBHIS800
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (289 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #173,637 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

The Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 Stereo Headset offers an extraordinary music experience - unique design, essential function and high sound quality fused to create a sensational stereo headphones.
Play music on your mobile phone in stereo headphones via Bluetooth. Connect your HBH-IS800 using Auto Pairing, a feature that makes pairing the device with your Bluetooth mobile phone faster and simpler.
With A2DP you can stream high-quality stereo music from your phone to your HBH-IS800 Stereo Headset. Each element of the Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 is designed for the best audio performance. Clear sound, deep bass and better performance - the Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 is tiny in size but they do not compromise on outstanding sound quality!
Handle your phone calls with Acoustical - Microphone and on-off call controls keys. When you are listening to music the handsfree function stays available so that the music pauses and you can take the call.
With remote voice volume control you can change the volume during voice conversations from your phone. Additional call features include: full duplex echo cancellation, real time noise reduction, second call handling, last dialed number redial, voice activated dialing, and whisper mode.

Customer Reviews

Ironically, volume control does work for calls.
Patrick D. Easterday
This connector should be a micro-usb connector so that I could charge this headset from my computer or other usb charging device.
Amazon Customer
Months went by with no real problems, until one day they just stopped working.
Jeremiah C. Sparrow

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

342 of 344 people found the following review helpful By David on February 18, 2011
I purchased these Bluetooth headphones on 02/17/09. After passing the 2 year mark I think it's probably a good idea to write a review.

Day One: Tossed the wire clip and case in my junk drawer. Don't need either and the case just makes more unnecessary work. Never in 2 years have I ever had an issue with them falling out of my ears. Simply run the wire BEHIND your head and pull the slack even on either side and you're good to go. I spend 10-14 hours at the gym each week including mixed running/weight training and have never had a fitment/wearability issue. The case is a bit of a drag and is more for show. I usually toss them in the small compartment of my gym bag as-is. THESE HEADPHONES ARE DURABLE. I would repeat that but you get the picture. I have read a few reviews of people breaking them, pulling the internals out when charging etc. and I'm sure they must be treating them like $20 headphones and not a $100 set. I paid $140 new and have treated them as such. The driver housings are aluminum which is great for sound replication and the satin coated wire keeps it from getting tangled while in your bag or stuck to your skin.

Week Two: After giving these headphones a week or so to break in, I found that the audio quality is on par with the Sony MDR-EX76/BLK EX Style Headphones with Carrying Case (Black) which I recently purchased for use with non-bluetooth devices. Bass response is great as are the mids and highs. Microphone pickup and noise cancellation is phenomenal. Even in a crowded, noisy, music saturated gym environment my callers had no problem hearing me.
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78 of 79 people found the following review helpful By DOUG on May 20, 2009
While I do not usually write reviews, I thought I'd write one up on these headsets as it has taken me quite some time & research to find a pair that get it right. While not perfect, the price/performance ratio is spot on, and you really do get a decent set of headphones for around $150.

No reviews noted my highest performance test, shielding the headset from outside RF/other interference. I commute daily in NYC, and while walking the City, especially through Times Square, my Motorola Bluetooth headset was unacceptable for use. Just listening to music was impossible, as they were very prone to interference and would cut-out. That, and they never fit just right, and would slide down my neck a bit. They are now on eBay :-).

These Sony-Ericssons? Perfect. Not one dropout or any interference during the entire 10 minute walk from the Port Authority. For this alone they are worth the cost of admission.

I pair them with a Blackberry 8830, and switching between calls/listening to music is automatic and flawless. Not to mention they are super comfy...I never had earbuds fit so well that I forgot they were on, and they are the best I ever had at blocking out outside noise. They can be used as earplugs if you are using a jackhammer!

PROS: Very good sound and comfortable fitting plugs. Great easy to use carry case, no bigger than a lens cap case to protect your investment. Easy to use and pair (at least with my Blackberry). Very good sound quality for both the caller as well as the wearer (calls made in mid-town Manhattan at Noon were clearly defined and made without incident). Superb isolation from interference (I think Manhattan Time Square area is the RF capital of the world, and it never affected the headset, not once).
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By K. Lam on July 2, 2009
I see alot of 1 star review by users who found out that Apple Iphone 3G and 3GS poorly and only partially implemented a true bluetooth headphone solution. These buds work great with 99% of all other phones out there with correct bluetooth profile. Blame Apple, not Sony. Sony has done a great job in creating the best looking bluetooth headphones that's chic and portable with great sound. If you're going to whine, go rate down the Iphone to one star, these headphones deserves 4 to 5.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By 4thGen on November 14, 2011
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I suspect this product may have been cheapened somehow from earlier versions. Gone is the unimportant but notable fancy box, replaced with a small cloth bag. And the price has dropped precipitously of late. Whatever has happened, this does not seem like the product other reviewers here say they have enjoyed for years. I got these to pair with an Ipod Nano and a miniature Bluetooth transmitter, to use while doing light yardwork. The Nano & the Bluetooth transmitter still work fine, but these headphones failed after a few uses.

The Good: These are tiny, superlightweight Bluetooth headphones with good sound and decent range. Music sounded lively and strong. I used them once to take a cell call, and the mic worked fine. They are so lightweight I could almost forget I was wearing them. Just almost, though, because none of the provided sets of ear inserts really made the good seal I sought to dampen the sound of the lawnmower, although they were soft and comfortable enough. For the three or four lawn mowings they lasted, they performed well enough.

The Bad: Tiny can also mean flimsy, and these headphones are both. The charging mechanism is a tiny hole in the righthand earpiece, which must be wiggled on to specialized plug with tiny metal connectors poking out. It's not immediately obvious how the plug goes on; it's just that it barely goes on in one direction, and won't at all in the other. There's no positive click when you get the plug in -- it just sort of sits there, impaled on the tiny metal spikes, and can actually fall off pretty easily. It's disconcerting, because you definitely don't want to push too hard on any part of the tiny device. Then there are the controls. There aren't any. Just one small silver button, which could be elegant if it worked well.
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