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    Has anybody purchased/used/seen the Shure Quietspot Headset yet? I am trying to find a decent earbud headset for my Treo600 and found links to this new headset but almost NO reviews online. Any advice appreciated!

    Link to their website...
    http://www.shure.com/quietspot/index.asp?id=main1
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    I'm getting mine on dec 2.
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    Originally posted by chuhsi
    I'm getting mine on dec 2.


    Please let us know if it is worth the $50...

    Thanks.
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    Originally posted by JesterHS




    Please let us know if it is worth the $50...

    Thanks.
    I will tonight when I get home. I hope this headset's great. I've been through way too many already.
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    Originally posted by chuhsi


    I will tonight when I get home. I hope this headset's great. I've been through way too many already.
    Yes, please update us as soon as you can. Thanks.
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    I have the stereo version of the headphones and prefer them to active noise cancling headphones. They are very comfortable and do a great job of blocking out other sounds (great on airplanes!). The sound quality is awesome. I don't know how the soft foam insert would do for a headset, as they take a little while to put on, so you don't want to take them on and off, which is what I do with my headset.

    I am curious how you like them.

    -d
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    Got it. Played with it for 15 minutes. LOVE IT. I think I finally found a headset that works for me and I've tried them all.

    The microphone's the most important part for me and it works great so far. The noise cancelling works great. I left myself a voicemail where I talked regularly around the house. I even flushed a toilet and could barely hear the flush on the message. My voice came through loud and clear all the time. There's a foam thingie you can put on the mic for windy conditions.

    The speaker works well, too. I don't think it has the richness as some of the Jabra products I've used, but it's definitely a great speaker. It fits in the ear well, too. You have a choice of four rubber sleaves or foam sleaves that fit like foam earplugs. There's also an over-the-ear loop to hold it in place, but I don't use it. I just loop the wire over my ear and it works great.

    I'm wearing it right now and forgot I had it on.

    Love it so far! I'm very happy. I highly recommend it. If it had an on-off button and a winding cord, it'd be the ideal headset. But as it is, I would still buy it again in a heartbeat....I hope further testing gives me the same feelings.

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