- Size (LWH): 9.1 inches, 7.2 inches, 3.1 inches
- Weight: 9.92 ounces
Motorola S9-HD Headset with D650 iPod Adapter (Gloss Black)
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- The Motorola S9-HD Snoop Stereo Headset is now enhanced with high definition audio and ear buds that reduce background noise and improve comfort.
- Weighing barely an ounce: The Motorola S9-HD is lighter than an average pair of sunglasses at just 33 grams!
- Stream up to six hours of play before recharging with the included 110-120 volt travel charger with Mini USB connector
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Top Customer Reviews
With my iPhone 3G updated and finally able to support stereo BT streams, I found myself stuck with the choice of either the Motorola ROKR S9-HD wrap arounds or the JayBird 200i, which appear to be the two most widely distributed BT stereo setups available in my local big box marts. I wound up choosing the Motorolas, which I purchased from Target.
I chose poorly.
I will say, I am generally skeptical of tech product user reviews, and knowing the Motorola ROKR series BT stereo headphones (both the S9s and now these S9-HDs) have recieved so many mixed reviews across a number of different sites, I was left unconvinced either way, so went ahead and purchased them for myself to see if these were really as good, or as bad, as previous reviewers have made them out to be.
Unfortunately, the *bad* camp wins. I wound up returning my S9-HDs to Target the day after I purchased them, even in spite of some quite favorable first impressions.
I have owned a number of Motorola products over the past decade (Timeport and RAZR V3 cellphones chief among them -- in fact, prior to the iPhone I'd owned only Motorola brand cell phones for the previous eight years) and have a favorable overall impression of Motorola's products, build quality, and reliability. Because of this I purchased the S9-HDs with an open mind and presumed the headphones couldn't really be as poorly constructed and unreliable as other reviewers have written.Read more ›
After doing some research, I have come across quite a few S9 (predecessor to this model) users who are already experiencing this. So what does that mean to S9-HD owners? Well, you basically have yourself a DISPOSBABLE, $90 set of headphones. I attempted to find a way to replace the battery myself but I eventually gave up. The rubber cushion (the one that goes all the way across the unit) must be removed to access the internals but it seems to be glued down with super glue or something, making it difficult to remove without damaging it. Even if you were able to take it apart, you would have to identify and source the tiny lithium battery, which would also be a very difficult feat since Motorola does not sell them. Finally, the actual replacement would most likely require some amount of soldering, which would prevent the average person from taking on such a task.
If you can live with buying a disposable set of headphones, I would definitely get this model. It sounds amazing and works flawlessly.Read more ›
I bought this for my wife to use with her new iPhone 3G after Apple still has failed to implement Music Streaming on Bluetooth. The headphones and the adapter have given outstanding performance and consistency from both a music playing and phone perspective. I just wish the transmitter could be as small as the Sony. The Sony transmitter is about 1.3 smaller! But the performance and consistency of the motorola make it a better value.
As in the previous review that had instructions on how to pair this motorola with the iPhone 3G, I would follow a bit different, slightly simpler and less invasive approach than deleting all your pairings.
1. charge your headsets for the recommended 2 hours before use (they'll last longer and you'll thank me!)
2. Turn your iPhone's Bluetooth OFF (Settings/General/Bluetooth/OFF/ON slider)
3. Plug in the D65 Adapter that came with the headset (answer NO to the iPhone's message declaring that you just plugged in an incompatible device)
4. Go to the iPod mode on your iPhone 3G (it should be in pause mode now)
5. Put the Headset into pairing mode by: (when the headset is off, press the power button for 7 seconds, you should get a steady blue light)
6. On the iPhone 3G press the PLAY button.
7. Both the adapter and headset will go through a series of blinking lights (they are pairing) when they are done (about 15 - 20 seconds) your music should start to play automatically in the headsets!
8.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
sub-standard sound almost from the outset, static, increasingly short battery life, one side dies out, then the set dies. Lifespan was about three months.Published 11 months ago by GOCM
Got this as a gift from my brother in law (Cincinnati).
Used this for my morning running.
Lasted for 1 year.
Doesn't boot up!
Cannot handle moisture!!
The battery life stinks and Motorola isn't interested in backing this product anymore. Will make a great prop for an antique store....your going to regret this purchase.Published on March 19, 2013 by David Wilson
It worked (past tense) good for a while (not perfect, but good enough to deserve an A-)
The buttons were great. The comfort was very good. Read more
The headphones work great I love the headphones but the Bluetooth dongle that you hook up to the iPod really sucks, my way of finding out was linking my headphones to my phone & my... Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by Mic