Monday, December 5, 2011

SGSG-Etymotic Bluetooth Headset Review!




I have a wonderful gift idea to share today; perfect for anyone who uses a phone a lot, or maybe for a friend who works at an office. Etymotic sent me their etyBLU2 Headset, which is a wonderful, comfortable bluetooth! 




The etyBLU2 features ACCU noise reduction technology, that delivers powerfully clear audio. I was amazed at how clean and clear the audio comes through! It sounds as though the other person is standing right next to you when conversing with the etyBLU2. I also like that the headset can be recharged with the included microUSB cord. The battery lasts for quite a while though, and I was able to use the headset for a few days before needing to recharge. Also included with the etyBLU2 are a couple of wind filters, for use when outside or in a high traffic/noise area. This really cuts down on the background noise coming through your conversation! 


The Multi-Function Button allows you to answer or end a call, redial, or use call waiting, all with the touch of a single button. Very helpful!
One other feature I found extremely helpful is the "flex-boom". This enables you to position the mic piece as needed, closer to your mouth.


I highly recommend you check out the Etymotic website. In addition to bluetooth headsets, they also offer earphones, earphones for kids, and hearing protection!


"Etymotic Research, Inc. is an engineering-driven research, development and manufacturing company. The name "Etymotic" (pronounced "et-im-oh-tik.") means "true to the ear." Mead Killion, Ph.D. founded Etymotic Research in 1983 to design products that accurately assess hearing, improve the lives of those with hearing loss, protect hearing, and enhance the listening experience of musicians and music lovers everywhere.
With deep roots in acoustic research and the hearing aid industry, Etymotic invented insert earphones in 1984. Etymotic’s original earphone design used balanced armature receivers, which established these speakers as the gold standard for high definition in-ear earphones. The first versions were used for diagnostic testing and precision auditory research (ER-1, 2, 3). Etymotic produced the first noise-isolating high-fidelity in-ear earphone, the ER-4 (1991), which became the basis of all subsequent in-ear earphones and in-ear monitors worldwide, and created an entire category of consumer electronics. The ER-4 earphones are still produced and channel-balanced to within 1 dB in Etymotic’s labs in the US."

Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this review; I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts an opinions are mine. All quotes taken from the Etymotic website.

1 comment:

  1. Great looking bluetooth headset. It's so little you'd forget you have it on.

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