- Size (LWH): 8 inches, 4 inches, 2 inches
- Weight: 4.48 ounces
Samsung Stereo Clip-On Bluetooth Headset for Samsung HS3000 - Retail Packaging - Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Lightweight and comfortable
- Ideal for listening to music on the go
- Headset delivers high quality Stereo Audio and Full Calling features in a sleek, comfortable design
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Upon purchasing and receiving the two Bluetooth Headset Adapters, I unboxed and charged them fully before testing. I utilized the headsets that came with the units along with a control set of Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10 vi In Ear Monitors. I tested everything with my Apple iPhone 4s (Sprint) using iOS 5.0.1 and my Late 2011 MacBook Pro 15" using OS 10.7.3 (Lion) for the tests. Music comparisons used were Creed - Full Circle, Les Miserables - The Complete Symphonic Recording, Beethoven -The Immortal Collection and Nightwish - Angels Fall First. I also utilized World of Warcraft for gaming on my laptop with these headsets as well playing for at least an hour while questing.
It goes without saying (but I'll say it here anyway), that most of these devices have a generic look and feel to them. I mean how much can you do with a Bluetooth Headset adapter? Even so, the packaging was actually very well done on both items. No plastic to cut, no annoying twist ties to get anything out of the box. Just the closed box and tape holding the flap closed. Both the Sony and the Samsung had nice presentation of the device and both were very easy to remove and start using. Both of these devices utilize MicroUSB chargers, so if you have other devices that use those connections, you only need to carry one type of charger to charge all of them.
After the unboxing and initial charging of both items, I decided to take a closer look at each item. Here are the lists of my thoughts on each item upon first inspection:
Sony: I really like the display on this device.Read more ›
If your phone supports AVRCP (and many do), this device can play/pause, fast forward/rewind, and change the volume of your audio selection. However, as with all of those I have tried, you can only go forward and backward an entire track at a time. This has been true when connected to every Android Phone I have tried (G1, Nexus One, Samsung Galaxy S2). Pushing and holding is supposed to move a little bit within a track, but that never works.
Also, if your device supports HFP (most phones do), you can take calls while listening to music. There is a microphone port on the "top" side of the device, next to the headphone jack, for this purpose.
This HS3000 connects the quickest, usually only a couple of seconds, of all those I have tried.Read more ›
This device uses the ATP-X codec to transfer audio at a higher quality, which is supported by Mac OS X Lion. The improvement over the older SBC of the standard Bluetooth profile is tremendous. I am using the headset while using an Apple Bluetooth Keyboard and a Bluetooth Magic Mouse. Audio is perfect with no skips, drops or artifacts. It works better and sounds better than my Motorola S9s, Plantronics 590s, or Plantronics 855s. I like those products quite well but it's not a fair comparison since the tech in the Samsung is newer.
Many reviews have commented on the size of the buttons and yes, while they are small, they are also positioned so if you are careful, it is not a problem to use the volume up/down or the play/stop/pause and track advance and rewind features. It's true they could have placed the buttons on the top surface perhaps but industrial design or electrical layout consideration won out.
On my recent flight, I streamed audio from this clip to Bose Quiet Comfort 2 headphones and it was perfect. Many folks who travel like noise cancelling headphones but until now it was a corded option only. Now you can use your favorite headphones or ear buds and still get the convenience of wireless streaming audio. The AVRCP features (play/stop/pause/ff/rew/vol) work perfectly with my iPhone, iPad and MacBook. I'm really not an Apple bigot, it works with my Windows 7 machine as well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have many, many Bluetooth devices and this thingy is the best of them after three years. Samsung does some things very right. Too bad you can't get them anymore. A shame.Published 11 months ago by Almann
Works well, I like being able to use what ever headphones I what with these. Battery lasts well. The only issue, is I loose it for a couple days, every very months. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Nick
works well but you have to use the microphone on this little device. can't use the microphone on your earphones.Published 18 months ago by Ken
This ia very good unit with fabulous battery life, and excellent full signal range. However, I only use it in the Gym or when out walking - not while in my workshop. Read morePublished 20 months ago by azpect