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Jabra STREET2 Bluetooth Stereo Headset – Bluetooth Headset – Retail Packaging – White


Jabra STREET2 Bluetooth Stereo Headset - Bluetooth Headset - Retail Packaging - White


Bluetooth just got cool thanks to Jabra STREET. Not only does it look good, it sounds great. Finally a product that lets you listen to music from your mobile – without damaging your style!

Jabra STREET plays music from any enabled device such as mobile phones and Mp3 players. Play, pause, skip – remote control your music without touching your mobile.* Yep, that’s right – no wires! No need for phone envy – keep it in your pocket! When a call comes in, your tune pauses and the call connects. A microphone in the dog tag picks your voice up, loud and clear. No hands, no missed calls.

The dog tag design keeps the wearing style simple. But if it doesn’t fit your wardrobe, use the optional clip. Your belt, your bag, your pants – you choose the look, you choose the style.

* Phone dependent

Features:

– Music and talk meets the streets
– Up to 7 hours of music playing
– Up to 8 hours talk time
– Create your own style
– Exchangeable earphones
– Optional lanyard and clothing clip
– One device for music and mobile

Package Contents:

– Jabra STREET Stereo Bluetooth Headset – White
– Corded Stereo Earphones
– (3) Eargels (S,M,L)
– (1) Removable Clothing Clip
– AC Power Supply
– Quick Start Guide

  • Never miss a call, tap a button to easily switch between music and phone calls
  • Provides power audio with virtual surround sound and power bass
  • Great sound when outdoors with noise-blocking ear buds
  • Dog tag are interchangeable with any ear buds that have 3.5mm connector plug
  • Includes extra ear buds, lanyard, clothing clip and AC wall charger

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  1. 66 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    MUST READ, DID ALOT OF RESEARCH ON ITEM, January 24, 2012
    By 
    brian

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    OK i was looking for a good stereo Bluetooth and really liked that you could use any ear buds or headset you wanted. so i looked at the Sony Ericsson MW600, the jabra clipper, the street and the street2. i actually bought the sony and street2 to test them both out. if you look at the manufactures web sites they both suppose to have some kind of noise suppression for the mic. i do believe they both do but the sonys mic did work better but not by that much. the sony also has a readout and a fm radio which are nice but the point of having the blue tooth to me was to not look at my phone or anything else while driving. overall sony was a ok set but the street2 sound was so superior to the sony it made all the little features mean nothing to me. the bass was really nice and overall good sound and volume, the sony did not even compare.
    the clipper specs did not meet up with the street2 nor did the orignal street.the had both been replaced by the street 2 which is a newer style then the clipper and original street so make sure you are buying the right one

    the other style of headsets have a drawback of if the speakers blows or if they just suck your stuck,cant change them out. i do plan on getting a nice set of ear buds but the jabra one that come with it are a decent middle of the line set and work pretty good. also i live in Michigan and were a winter hat often and ear buds just fit so much nicer under a hat.
    i drive a work van and haven’t had anyone complain that they could not hear me and i dont have to hold the mike up to my mouth like some have said in there reviews, so over all i really do suggest to others the jabra street2

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  2. 46 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect, December 20, 2011
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    Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What’s this?)
    What this device does, it does well.

    1. It takes standard headphones, which lets you swap out the OEM earphones with better ones.
    2. It has a great form factor – easy to hide, but not too small, and with generously sized buttons.
    3. It has awesome battery life – almost limitless it seems!
    4. It works great for listening to music
    5. It paired easily with my Droid X.
    6. It cooperates with my phone well – pausing music when a call comes through, and seamlessly starting it up once it’s done.
    7. It pumps out a decent amount of bass (though this can muddy the vocals at times).
    8. It works great even with eye glasses. I can’t imagine any other bluetooth headset that would work better for me.

    Our winters and bus shelters are an excruciating combination, and being able to use my phone even with ear warmers on, is a huge benefit! And, its generous buttons work well, even with freezing/numb fingers. Furthermore, I find that I prefer holding up this unit’s mic, to fishing out my entire phone each time.

    However, there is one huge caveat that might be a deal breaker for some:
    Because it uses standard earphones, the microphone must be built into the dog tag itself. And, no matter how I wore this device, I got complaints about interference/static. The solution? Raise the mic to your lips, and you’re good!

    In conclusion – the more I use it, the more I find that I like this device. This is a decent quality headset, that brings out the best in audio, works great with glasses/ear warmers, and doesn’t make me look like a cyborg. However, do note that this style of headset with its mic positioning may present a challenge.

    Happy Listening!

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  3. 21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice solution for getting Bluetooth with ANY ear or headphones, August 26, 2012
    By 
    Amazon Customer (New York, NY United States) –

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    I’ve had the STREET2 for about 9 months now. When I bought it, it was one of those cases where I didn’t know if it would be a gimmick I’d play with for awhile and would then take up residence in the bottom of a drawer or be something I’d actually use. But I can now comfortably say it’s the latter–if I lost it tomorrow, I’d buy a new one immediately, and I can’t really think of a better endorsement for a gadget.

    First thing to know: this isn’t a “stereo headset”, not really. It comes with in-ear buds, but forget about them. I’m not saying they’re _bad_, I’m just saying they’re not the point of the product. The point is the dog tag remote, which has a microphone and a standard headphone jack you can use with _any_ phones–earbuds, headphones, active or passive noise-canceling sets, whatever.

    I bought the STREET2 for this reason: the advantages of Bluetooth were obvious, when I’m out and around in the winter, my phone is hard to get to quickly hidden under heavy coats, and the long cord got caught on things (which can be dangerous in the subway or getting out of a cab). But I have an expensive pair of active-noise-canceling phones (Bose® QuietComfort® 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® Headphones) I like a lot and didn’t want to have to replace them with a Bluetooth set–Bluetooth stereo headphones available are often of lower quality and more expensive.

    The STREET2 gives me the best of both worlds: I could use my preferred non-Bluetooth headphones but still not have to trail a cord all the way to my phone. I found the Sumajin Smartwrap Earphone Cord Manager (Set of 3 – Red, Black, White) let me easily shorten the Bose’s cord to just a few inches, long enough to reach from my ear to the STREET2 without being long enough to get caught in anything, but a braid or twist-tie or would work as well.

    Initially I used the STREET2’s supplied plastic clip to clip it to my jacket collar, but I lost it after a few months so I’ve been using the neck chain since. The unit is light enough so that you could just dangle it from the headphone cord–which might be an option if you keep it under your shirt or in a breast pocket.

    Audio quality: the listening quality, both of phone calls and of music, is great, but you should be aware that it has a digital signal processor (DSP) that includes a surround-sound effect to make the sound seem to be coming from all around you rather than “in the middle of your head”. Note this isn’t a directional surround-sound to let you hear front/back differences in movies and games, but just a cosmetic effect so you perceive the sound more like you would if it were coming from speakers placed around you rather than earphones. I like it, but some people find this annoying. You should see how you like it before the return period. For the most part, the sound quality you get will be dictated by the phones you plug into it.

    Microphone quality: the mic is on the top of the unit, in the rubber bumper (next to the chain lanyard). It’s about as good as any Bluetooth headset’s microphone (which isn’t very; the Bluetooth profile doesn’t support high-quality recording), but because it’s farther away from your mouth than a dedicated headset’s, you may need to hold it up to your mouth to be heard, especially in noise conditions. It’s fine for taking a call on the go, but I wouldn’t use this if you’re looking for a primary headset for making lots of handsfree calls. It’s better to think of it as a quick way to take a call when you’re using it to listen to music or podcasts.

    Lag: like all Bluetooth audio devices, it has a slight lag since the audio has to make another hop. Touch pause on your phone screen while listening to music, and you may notice a brief delay compared to when using wired phones. It’s not bad, though; it isn’t the sort of seconds-long lag you get with something like WiFi AirPlay.

    Battery life: excellent. It has a standard mini USB port on the bottom for charging. I usually plug it in when I get home every day to top it off and unplug it in the morning before heading out, but I’ve forgotten to do so for days at a time and haven’t yet had it die on me.

    Remote: the buttons have rubberized icons that are prominent enough to navigate by feel, and they mechanically push in as well as beep so you have plenty of feedback. You hold down the bottommost “phone” button (used to answer and hang up on calls) to power the device on and off. It both blinks and plays a tune into the phones when it powers on or off. The volume buttons play different hi/lo tones for volume up and down and play a double tone when you reach the highest or lowest volume settings. On my phone (a Samsung Galaxy Nexus), the phone’s volume is independent of the STREET2’s volume, and if you…

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