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The Sony Ericsson HBH-PV703 is a Bluetooth headset that is designed for wirelessly taking calls from a Bluetooth-enabled device.

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it simply does not work.

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The Sony Ericsson HBH-PV703 is a Bluetooth headset that is designed for wirelessly taking calls from a Bluetooth-enabled device.  The headset is designed with a flexible earhook and a single multifunction button that is used for answering/ending calls, pairing, and redialing the last number.  It features adaptive frequency hopping technology to reduce wireless interference and has a built-in fast port allowing it to be charged from a Fast Port-enabled Sony Ericsson phone.  The HBH-PV703 runs on a rechargeable battery that provides up to 10 hours of talk time and up to 350 hours standby.  The headset has a suggested retail price of $50 and is available in black or grey.

Features/Specs
  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Last-Number Redial
  • Built-in Fast Port
  • Auto-Pairing
  • Enhanced Data Rate
  • Adaptive Frequency Hopping
  • Talk Time: Up to 10 hours
  • Standby Time: Up to 350 hours
  • Operating Range: 10m
  • Weight: 14 grams
  • Available in black and grey
  • 1 year limited warranty
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Antonio
11/12/2009 06:35

the audio works OK for the first 15-30 seconds of a call, then it starts to get broken more and more often till the time you hear a sound on the headset and it shuts down the connection with your mobile.

Antonio
11/12/2009 06:35

I bought one new, tried to peer it with my blackberry 8700 and since the first use it does not last with a clear call. After a short while the call is on, the audio gets continuosly broken and is impossible to keep on the communication. I'm going to go and return it and forget about sony-ericsson stuff (I had a mobile phone a T630 time ago, it was as unreliable as this headset)

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