@QuietDelusions Buy a Plantronics office-style bluetooth base station off ebay and set it up. I did this and used it with different brand bluetooth headset just fine. Exact setup depends on phone and compatibilities, etc. I used a Plantronics Voyager A500 base station like this one.
I had a pair of these 15 years ago. #1. Any place where the specs say music the answer is very poorly.
#2 any place where it indicates an advanced feature it should read very poorly. It reminds me of the very first volkswagons, it is a car but only by the thinnest of margins. If you get one of the refurbished models of drivers model that has a massive milky stain contact me. After a DNA test I may be interested in a purchase. I lost it at my junior prom and the sentimental value is significant.
The copy on this is bulls#&t. I have a Plantronics, over ear blue tooth, brand new on Amazon for $29 and it’s amazing. Better specs than this. 11 hours of talk time. And it looks like it was made in this century, not like this Crap. I’ve had every brand of blue tooth headset. Jabra is not good. Go with a Plantronics, new, for your best bet. And you don’t even need to spend anything more.
I have an earlier version (Supreme), and it’s great. My employer got it for me back when I worked in a cube, and I took it with me when I started working remote full time, so it was repurposed for personal use (moving halfway across the country means more/longer phone calls). It’s comfortable enough to use for ~2 hours with no issues, and it holds a charge for weeks if it’s folded up. I’m not much one for refurbs, but if you’re looking for a good one for cheap, this looks good to me.
I’ve been using this for 6 months now. It has been reliable, holds its charge and voices are consistently clear.
The earpiece must be removed from the headset to power off, which is mildly inconvenient but no big deal.
I’ve found that a binder clip on the edge of a table will hold the headset at the ready.