Motorola CommandOne Bluetooth Headsets

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Motorola CommandOne Bluetooth Headsets

  • Bluetooth headset with dual microphone technology for reducing background noise
  • Listen and dictate text messages with MotoSpeak application (requires Android 2.2 smartphone)
  • Listen to music and navigation with embedded A2DP Bluetooth profile
  • Advanced MultiPoint for taking calls from 2 phones; voice controls
  • Up to 5 hours of talk time, up to 168 hours (7 days) of standby time

Benefits

You can talk on your cell phone while operating a vehicle such as a car.

Buying Questions

  • Does the headset fit your head? Or ear?
  • Can the receiver of the call hear your voice without static?

Part of the Elite Series, CommandOne(TM) the new MotoSpeak application reads texts into your headset, and you can dicatate a reply with your voice. Listen to streaming music, video, games and navigation through your headset. CrystalTalk dual mic noise cancellation allows you to hear and be heard. Keep your hands free and your calls clear with the CommandOne Bluetooth headset from Motorola’s Elite Series. With an enhanced version of MotoSpeak, CommandOne provides the ultimate hands-free experience.

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3 Responses to “Motorola CommandOne Bluetooth Headsets

  • Review by Richard C

    I have a Droid X, and like most smart phones out there, you can use voice commands with the phone. Say “call home” to call home, or “call office”, etc. Well, you can use the CommandOne to send voice commands to the phone – press the call button, and you’ll hear your phone’s prompt to speak a voice command. Say “call home” (assuming you programmed that into your phone” and the phone will dial.) The phone stays in my pocket or on my belt – I just tap the call button and speak a command. Of course you can just say “call” followed by the phone number. The point is, you don’t have to touch your phone. That’s a feature of your phone, and the CommandOne fully supports it. For incoming calls the CommandOne will speak the caller ID of the incoming call. You say either “answer” or “ignore” – Ignore will send the call to voicemail.

    The charger uses the standard mini-USB cable – the same one the Droid uses (and many other newer phones) so you can use the same charger cable (USB from your laptop, for example) – just plug it in and go. An A/C charger is included – so you can use it with the CommandOne or your cell phone! Nice additional benefit.

    When you first turn on the CommandOne you hear a battery status – the CommandOne actually tells you how full the battery is (there’s also a colored status LED.) Not paired, or cell phone Bluetooth not on? The CommandOne will give you instructions. After you pair, make sure the phone’s Bluetooth is on before the CommandOne is turned on – then you won’t hear the instructions- You’ll hear “xxx connected”. For example, I hear “Droidx connected” – yes, it tries to pronounce Droidx.

    It’s also a wireless headset for listening to music. Pretty much all smart phones support Bluetooth music – the phone will use the CommandOne as a mono headset. Yes it’s a bit pricey, but it is very lightweight and feature packed. Well worth the price!

  • Review by Marino Shau

    This Motorola CommandOne is awesome. The sound quality is great. No echoes, repeated “WHAT?!”s yelled on either end of the call, and no weird tinny sound like some other Bluetooth headsets I’ve tried. This is all thanks to the “dual-mic noise cancellation,” I gather.

    What I love most about it is the voice-activated answering. When a phone call comes in, you can say “answer” or “ignore” and it will do whichever you command. And it’s big selling feature: if you download MotoSpeak (a free app for Blackberry and Android devices), the headset will let you know of incoming text messages and read them to you!

  • Review by Rockie

    I enjoy how the device tells when the status of the bluetooth. I also like how it respond to my voice commands to pick up the phone when it’s ringing. It easily connected and worked smoothly with my Samsung Flight A797. I really enjoyed this headset while I had it.

    Eventually, I gave the Motorola Bluetooth Headset to my husband. I figured this would be the true test on the sound and voice quality of this device. He uses it with his iPhone 4. WOW AGAIN! This bluetooth made a huge difference in the quality of our communication! Way less background noise and more of my husband’s voice. It works so well that there are times I ask if he’s still there. HUGE difference from the cheap headset he had the last time. (I hated that thing!)

    However, these are the problems my husband has encountered. The Motorola seems to take longer to connect/reconnect to his iPhone 4. (I did not have this problem with my Samsung, so I’m wondering if the issue is with the iPhone itself.) The rubber piece that covers the charging port falls off. It truly does a better job of blocking out background noise while letting in the user’s voice. Yes, there are other good features on this headset, but the quality of the voice alone makes this device a winner.

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