- Size (LWH): 5 inches, 9 inches, 7 inches
- Weight: 5.12 ounces
Motorola S805 Bluetooth D.J. Style Stereo Headset (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Comfortably padded DJ-style headphones for wireless enjoyment of stereo music from compatible cell phone or MP3 player
- Take incoming calls without missing a beat
- Requires cell phone or MP3 player to have embedded A2DP/AVRCP Bluetooth profiles for transmission
- Up to 17 hours of music play time
- What's in the Box: Bluetooth stereo headset, charger, manual
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- Play time: up to approximately 17 hours
- Weight: 5.5 ounces
- Circumaural ear interface
- Speakers 40mm diameter Neodymium
- Music controls: Jog dial for track/volume; push button for call answer/play and pause
- Noise, echo and wind cancellation
- Wired connection for use with all stereo MP3 players
- Bluetooth class: Class 2
- Bluetooth Stereo profiles - A2DP, AVRCP
- Bluetooth Headset profiles- HS 1.0, HF1.2
What's in the Box
Headset, charger, printed operating instructions
Top Customer Reviews
In my typical fashion, let's begin with the good, move on to the bad and then finish with those things that need improvement.
Excellent sound quality - Clear, clean and LOUD. What more can I say about it. This may seem obvious but apparently some people don't understand the many different profiles available with Bluetooth devices and which ones are necessary to get good sound quality from these headphones. In order to hear quality audio, your Bluetooth source must support the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP). Many of the USB dongle devices and quite a few built-in Bluetooth laptops (including MacBooks) and phones DON'T support this profile. How will know? First check the documentation to see if A2DP is listed as a supported profile. If not, try pairing with the headphones. If you hear tinny sounding music in mono, your device probably only supports the Headset and Handsfree (HPF) profiles. You'll need to find some other hardware or maybe a software upgrade.
Convenient - My S805s are paired with my iPod equipped with Wi-Gear's iMuffs MA110 Dock Adapter. This adapter is powered by the iPod and supports both the A2DP and Audio Video Remote Control (AVRCP) profiles allowing the headphone to control the volume, play/pause and next/prev track of the iPod while getting the great sound you expect. With no wires to get tangled or swing around when you move, these are great for workouts on the treadmill or elliptical.Read more ›
1) sound is very good. Bass is just right and the whole spectrum is there. I'm sure there are better, but probably not in a bluetooth device.
2) headphone is pretty comfortable. I'd prefer slightly larger cups, but I can wear them for a couple hours before I have to rest. The adjustable band fits my large head well.
3) overall quality is good.
4) bluetooth distance seems to work between 20 to 30 feet OK.
5) the pause and play controls work fine on my phone (not on iTunes on my PC).
6) The volume control and 'change songs' controls are very nice controls that you tip back or forward easily and are easy to find.
1) I did have them hangup a couple times where I couldn't get them to turn on until I plugged them into the power source which seemed to reset them.
2) It's difficult to switch between my PC (iTunes) and my phone. It would be nice to have a switch or couple buttons to go between two audio sources. It often takes me 5 to 10 minutes to do this. I'm hoping I have something to learn yet that will make this better.
3) The bluetooth works fine with my phone on walks, but it has to be in my left pocket. The signal won't transverse my body from the left pocket to the right headphone (where the receiver must be).
4) There are drop-outs from time to time. I suspect this is true of most bluetooth devices. The headset won't function during file transfers on my WIFI system. If you have a very heavy use of WIFI you might have problems.
I suspect most of these CONs are due to the implementation of bluetooth in general.
Overall, I'm very pleased so far with the performance of these headsets.
Fairly crisp and clean and strong enough to be head on a busy city street. Reproduces bass levels nicely and does a fairly good job at shutting out external noise (these are not noise canceling headphones by nay means, but the fact that they fully enclose the ear creates a fairly decent seal).
And like the MOTOROCKR S9, loud enough to hurt at the highest level.
And now the bad news. Once the device is actually connected, it holds it quite well. I can have my phone in my pocket, or my MacBook in my bag, and not loose the signal once. I can even leave my Samsung Blackjack on my desk, walk a few steps down the hall to the kitchen, and not have the sound drop out. Very nice.
Unfortunately, consistency at startup seems to be the issue here. Once I have paired the headphones to both devices, I seem to constantly need to reconnect them every time I turn the headphones on. And since that only seems to work half of the time, I need to erase the Bluetooth profile and reconnect it as a new device. I would have suspected my devices were causing issue were it not for the fact that the MOTOROCKR S9 had no issue connecting and reconnecting.
Theses headphones do appear to be better shielded the the MOTOROCKR S9; I did nit notice any of the sound dropout when I passed other strong radio signals.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have had them for many years . Replaced battery. Never worked to satisfaction. Random bluetooth compatibility. Can never be sure if it will work with a particular phone or not. Read morePublished 7 days ago by amazonfan
They worked with almost no equipment I have, and you can't use them while they're charging. Stay away. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Baphomet
I have owned these things for about 3 years. I think I paid $40 for them. I have used them for everything from streaming music while working in the yard to listening to sound on my... Read morePublished 19 months ago by J.Q. Public
sound quality is great! comfortable over long use; but the construction is a little flaky; handle with care if you want to keep the ear piece fit & feel like newPublished 19 months ago by thegoodsense
These sound great but the microphone is not the best. People could not always hear me on a call, but for listening to music they work great.Published 19 months ago by Matson
I forget how much these were ($50-$100), but they were fantastic for the price. The bluetooth was great, the battery life was enormous and the sound quality was wonderful. Read morePublished 21 months ago by meholstein