Motorola S7HD Stereo Bluetooth Headset

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Motorola S7HD Stereo Bluetooth Headset

  • Wireless headset
  • Bluetooth headset
  • 3D surround sound; SRS WOW HD technology

Benefits

Taking notes while listening to a conversation.

Questions to Consider

  • Is it the right size? For your head and ear?
  • Are the sounds from the earpiece audible?

Delivering a high-definition, wireless listening experience in a slim design, S7-HD headphones are sleek and lightweight to maximize comfort and portability. Priced to be an affordable music accessory that supports an everyday, everywhere wireless listening experience. Goodbye Wires | Move freely with wireless control of your music tracks, volume and calls from the jog dials right on the S7-HD headphones. Chill out in Comfort | The S7-HD?s comfortable on-ear wearing style makes it your ideal par

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Rating: (stars out of 46 reviews)


Price: $ 37.00

5 Responses to “Motorola S7HD Stereo Bluetooth Headset

  • Review by E. O'neil Brooks

    E. O’neil Brooks
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    I read some reviews about this product that were not so great, but as usual I like to find out for myself. Purchased them because they are thin and lightweight, I barely know they are on my ears and are stylish which is a plus, lol. These work great with my iphone 3g and the sound is perfect. I absolutely love them. I noticed that some people said they don’t fit comfortably, but they obviously didn’t read instructions because it tells you how to adjust them, the loop that goes over the ear is bendable to almost any shape you want. Only thing that I’m not able to do is ff/rw or next, but that is a limitation of my iphone’s bluetooth profile, hopefully Apple will update it. All the other bluetooth headphones I tried were not able to do so either. I can change volume, play/pause and stop which is all I need.

    Overall, after trying 3 other brands and styles, these have the best sound hands down and ease of use, also a low price to boot.

  • Review by K. Breault

    K. Breault
    Rating:
    I’ve had these headphones now for about 2 months. I should say that I have enjoyed them just about every day that I’ve had them, until they broke yesterday. With the IPod bluetooth adapter connected to my IPod classic all of the play/pause and rewind/fast-forward buttons and dials work as designed, but when paired to my Iphone 3GS none of the controls work. Of course this is a IPhone incompatibility issue, not to be blamed on the headset, and can be fixed with an App.

    Pros:

    1. The overall sound quality is good, even though the bass is a bit crackly.

    2. Battery life is good, at least 3-4 hours.

    3. Their range is great, I can walk all around within a 30-40 ft range and through walls with no problem.

    4. The microphone works great. I was a little skeptical to how well the little microphone next to your ear could work, I figured I would have to yell or there would be an echo or something, but the people I talk to have no problems hearing me.

    5. They don’t interfere with my ability to wear my sunglasses at the same time.

    Cons:

    1. My main issue with them is that I’ve never got them to really fit properly despite two months of fiddling with the adjustable earpieces. Between the adjustable arm on the back and the weight of the earpieces themselves, they just won’t stay put. Maybe it’s just my ears, but I found that the only way to keep them secure when turning my head or running was to adjust them to the point where they were essentially clamped on. Needless to say it was somewhat painful wearing them for any length of time the first few weeks, and even now become uncomfortable after a few hours. Additionally, when wearing I find that I am constantly fixing or adjusting their positioning as they rotate out of place regardless of what adjustments I do.

    2. The plastic/rubber cord connecting the two sides does tend to stick to the back of your neck, so when you turn your head the earpiece gets tugged out of place. Necessitating repositioning on your ears.

    3. They’re slightly heavy, and weigh down on your ears causing pain after some period of time.

    4. After 2 months some kind of internal electrical problem has occurred and they are now broken. I don’t know if this is a common issue, just something to note.

  • Review by H. Kim

    H. Kim
    Rating:
    Contrary to negative press reviews, the S7-HD is a great set of stereo headphones. The sound quality is excellent especially for bluetooth headphones, the fit is a bit weird, but it completely adjustable and although it takes a little time to get it right, once you get it right it fits like a glove. I wear glasses and I use the S7-HDs with no problem. Since it supports two different BT profiles (stereo, and headset mode), you can use it to listen to music say on your computer, and still have your phone in headset mode seamlessly. The jog dial controls work great and are very intuitive.

    A few gripes, I wish the cord that keeps both pieces together was maybe a little longer, so I can hang it off my neck. The 12 inch cord is too short IMO to comfortably hang it from my neck and listen to one ear while keeping the other ear open for one reason or another.

  • Review by S. Bravin

    S. Bravin
    Rating:
    This unit’s strength is in it’s comfort & functionality. I was looking for a comfortable headset that didn’t drown out outside sounds. The S7HD uses a wire to connect to 2 over-the-ear speakers. The earphones have their own ear clips for behind the ear. This is much more comfortable than ear buds for me. It has controls on the left earphone for call pickup & volume up/down. On the right earphone is power on/off, play/pause, and a combination ff/rewind and next/last track. I use it with my LG phone & it has functioned well. Sound quality is pretty good for a bluetooth device. Not great, but OK. The biggest complaint I have with it is the maximum volume level is too low (for those times when I want to crank it). Overall, it’s a pretty good device & has served me well.

  • Review by N. D. Gilbert

    N. D. Gilbert
    Rating:
    After reading several reviews in magazines, I choose this set because they were supposed to have good sound quality and no rigid structure between the two ear pieces. The sound quality is excellent, no wires to the device, and you can answer the phone, but you will need another primary blue-tooth device for good quality phone conversations. I bought the Plantronics 510 head set for $37 and the S7HD for $35 and have the best of both worlds for a good price

    I wish these would fit tighter to the ears to further capture the sound quality but they are great under a beanie cap for instance for Snowboarding/Snow skiing, Outdoors stuff like chopping wood, working in the barn Etc. But they are not loud enough when operating my tractor.

    Good battery life, light weight, and not weird looking. Oh, and I have not had any problems with the ear clips coming off, or breaking like some reviews I read. you would have to be pretty rough with them, or do something stupid to break them.

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