BlueAnt Q2 Voice-Controlled Bluetooth Headset Reviews

Before buying BlueAnt Q2 Voice-Controlled Bluetooth Headset, take a look at the reviews. There are reviews for this priced cheap BlueAnt Q2 Voice-Controlled Bluetooth Headsets (Black).

BlueAnt Q2 Voice-Controlled Bluetooth Headsets (Black)

  • When phone rings, respond saying Answer or Ignore, or make call by simply saying Phone Commands.
  • When you receive call from your contacts,Q2 will use its integrated Text to Speech (TTS) engine to announce the caller’s name
  • BlueAnt developed an Android application that you can download for free to any Android 2.0+ handset.
  • Integrates with Bing-411 to provide voice access to a world of information. True multipoint technology
  • Once you have installed the application on your phone,your incoming text messages read out automatically through your connected Q2 headset.
  • Supports true multipoint – connect two phones at the same time and answer the one that rings
  • Up to 4 hours talk time and 100 hours standby
  • Use your voice to control headset


You can type on a keyboard while speaking to customers.

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2 Responses to “BlueAnt Q2 Voice-Controlled Bluetooth Headset Reviews

  • Review by Ben

    I purchased this headset based on my past experiences with a Blueant T1 and Q1. The Q2 seems to be a combination of the two, with the advanced voice control of the Q1 and the Wind Armor technology from the T1. As with all the Blueant devices, the fit is decent but not perfect. I use the earloop with the smallest gel possible for my small ears. The headset stays in place, but there is some movement.

  • Review by Charice

    I bought my first BlueAnt two years ago and have been very impressed with their sound quality. When they introduced the Q2 I decided to upgrade so that I could get all the new features. The sound quality remains good, but unfortunately I can’t use most of the features I bought it for. The caller announce uses weird pronunciations so it’s hard to understand sometimes. My phone, although only a few months old, does not have the latest version of Android, which is version 2.2 (beware of the Android version when you purchase an Android phone). The text to speech feature on the Q2 only works on Android 2.2. The voice dialing also does not work with my phone (Motorola CLIQ). So, I could have purchased a less expensive BlueAnt headset to get the sound quality without the features. I definitely recommend this brand but if it’s features you want, then I strongly urge buyers to make sure it’s compatible with your phone.

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