Pros: Incoming Audio; Outgoing Audio; Connection Range; 3 Customizable Ear Pieces; Use Time;
Cons: Loose Power Button;
I initially purchased the Motorola H670 Bluetooth Headset to use with my Playstation 3 and have used it extensively for such, but I have also used it for my cell phone, and laptop.
Ownership Length: 2+ Years
Battery Life: I have used the H670 for probably around a total of 500 hours. I still get a good 5-6 hours of use per charge. When it has about 5% (~10 minutes) use time left, the normally fading blue light turns into a red light and makes an audible click once every minute or 2. When charging the red light stays on until it is fully charged.
Microphone- It picks up sounds quite well, which can be good and bad. It picks up the sounds of the user’s voice quite well, in use with the PS3 and cell phone, I haven’t had an issue with someone on the receiving end not being able to hear me clearly. However, the microphone also picks up other background noises pretty well. I was typing on my computer while using it to talk on my phone and the person I was speaking with told me they could hear me typing on the keyboard. So it is nice that the microphone is that high quality, but it could also be obnoxious for a person on the other end.
Ear Speaker- There really isn’t anything special about it, pretty standard sound. It depends on how far in your ear the speaker actually goes. For me, my ears don’t allow it to properly sit in my ear canal comfortably which reduces the bass in anything incoming and makes everything quieter (obviously, because it is farther from my ear). In saying that, I must say that the quality of the incoming audio is more than enough for any common use. I would not recommend it for listening to music (if you enjoy music in the slightest little bit, just buy a real pair of headphones for your listening pleasure).
Physical Appearance: Mine is the black version (everything is black except the power button which is silver), but it is the same look. The Motorola H670 just looks pleasing to the eye. It isn’t ostentatious by any means and the blue light (when it is in use) has a very slow fade in and out which is nicer than having it just on all the time or not having it.
Build Quality: I have actually taken pretty good care of the H670, only dropped it once, and it hasn’t given me any issues…I don’t think I even have any scratches on it or anything, which is pretty remarkable. The power slide/button feels loose and can rotate very minorly when using it, but this doesn’t affect anything about the device.
Charge Time: From dead to 100% charged takes about 1.5-2 hours.
Functionality: To turn the device on, simply slide the power button towards the front of the device (where the microphone is). To answer or end a call you actually press the power button. There are two buttons (each on adjacent sides to the power button, one on the top and the other on the bottom of the device) which allow the user to control the volume. The same button controls the volume up/down no matter which ear the device is on, in other words, if the headset is on your right ear, the volume up button is on the top. If you then move the headset to your left ear, the volume up button is now on the bottom. (Each time you press a volume up/down button, a small beep occurs in accordance with the volume level.)
Note: I attempted to have it connected to both my PS3 and cell phone at the same time, but it would only pair with the first device, it could no longer receive the connection request once it had been synced with another device.
If there is anything else you would like to know about this device feel free to leave a comment and I will get back to you about it.