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Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Headset Test

Mark Peters
CES report
Tuesday 1st, January 2008
Posted by: Mark Peters

Sony Ericsson are busy producing various music accessories for mobile phones such as headsets and portable speakers that can pair with a cell phone through a Bluetooth connection. The Sony Ericsson HBH-DS220 is one of these new Bluetooth headsets that can pair with almost any cell phone providing it supports Bluetooth. The Sony Ericsson DS220 Bluetooth headset can be adjusted to every ear by means of the included extra earplugs. The price tag that comes with this headset is not one of the cheapest, 75 Euros and if it's worth its money will show from the following Sony Ericsson DS220 headset test.

Sony Ericsson HBH-DS220

Sony Ericsson DS220 headset
Before the Sony Ericsson DS220 can be paired with a cell phone, the Bluetooth headset has to be deactivated. Pressing the on/off button of the Sony Ericsson HBH-DS220 longer than necessary for turning the headset on, the 'pairing with cell phone' sign will appear. The connecting phone has to confirm the password (0000). When the Bluetooth connection between headset and cell phone is lost, it can be reactivated by briefly turning off the Bluetooth headset and back on again. The cell phone will then get reconnected to the headset automatically.

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Sony Ericsson HBH-DS220

Bluetooth Headset Sound quality
You can listen to the music you play on your cell phone through the Sony Ericsson DS220 Bluetooth headset. The DS220 headset also lets you play/pause your music and adjust the volume. A minus is the fact that there is only one button available for adjusting the volume, so if you press the play/pause button, the volume goes up and down and back again which makes it difficult to precisely adjust the volume. The included earplugs deliver high quality stereo sound with a beautiful deep bass. Continue to read the full Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Headset review at LetsGoMobile.

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