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    Smile sony ericsson HBH-GV435

    Hi Everyone: I was just wondering if anyone has this headset and what they think of it after using it for a while. I know that there were some earlier posts but nothing recently. Thanks

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    i already had this headset for 4 days..

    overall is very good headset..

    i like the design close to your ear canal but not covering it.. the speaker is very loud and it can adjust themselve in noisy invorentment.. more louder than my motorola h700..
    my openet hear me very well. they said there isnt diferent when im using my phone.
    noise canceling work very well too.. it can filter white noise but not for people talking near you. my oppenent something complain that they hear other people sound to loud almost loud as my sound...
    fairly comforteble than my motorola h700.. i've been used it for 3 hours talktime at my ears and no paint in my ear...
    long life standby and talktime.. SE said it can reach 300hr standby and 8hr talktime.. very impresife for this small headset...

    sory for my english.. is there more any question i will like to answer for you...

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    Thank You for your reply. How does this headset filter out wind and outside noise. I think that it is supposed to have DSP for noise. This would not affect wind noise but since there is no mic near the mouth I would think that would help wind noise. And your English is GREAT. Thanks

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    for wind i realy dont know yet, cause i never made call at windy area..
    but for noise in mall, it can filter it well.. but not for people sound...
    here is the strange for gv435..
    the mic located in front at the top of bth headset. if you see brand sony ericcson the mic located at the end of the sign..

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    Thanks for the post. If you find anything else about this headset please let me know. I'm still deciding if I want to buy it.

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    How about range ? No static? Sound coming Ok througnb walls ?
    People on the other side can hear you loud and clear?

    Thanks a lot !
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    I have compared this headset to my favpurite HBH-300.
    1) comfort: GV-435 wins through fantastic ergomonical form
    2) sound quality: GV-435 sound (in- and out-going) is more natural and is louder, so it wins here again
    3) noise cancellation: I used a hairdryer with two fan speeds for this purpose. The 300 is much better and clearly wins. I was not surprised since the 300 has the longer boom but, to tell the truth, I was surprised by the performance of the GV-435 despite the absence of a boom.
    In fact, I still did not find a headset which performs better than the HBH-300 with regartd to noise cacellation
    Conclusion: for quite environment, I would with no doubt, decide for the GV-435 for a train or a car, I will still use my 300

    I did not compare battery performance.

    Still looking for the successor of my HBH-300

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornwall
    How about range ? No static? Sound coming Ok througnb walls ?
    People on the other side can hear you loud and clear?

    Thanks a lot !
    range is fairly short.. im using it with nokia 6265 and it only reach not far than 4 meter, over 4 meter you will hear static sound...

    you will lose signal if you using thourgh wall..

    i can hear people sound clearly and loud.. in fact im only use 50-70% of total volume and it already loud enough..
    people on the other side sometime complain there is a very little bit echo from my sound... but it didnt bother them....

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    is anyone using this with a bluetooth 2.0 handset?

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    it should work, obviously! Why do you doubt?

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