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Wireless Bluetooth headsets aren’t just the latest popular accessory for your cell phone, hands-free use of a cell phone is becoming the law in many states. The good news is that thanks to these new regulations, most cell phones are now being manufactured with Bluetooth technology built in.
Bluetooth may seem like futuristic technology but it is actually the transmission of radio waves between devices. This means that a Bluetooth-enabled phone can work with a wireless Bluetooth-enabled headset. Wireless Bluetooth headsets come in a wide variety of styles, features and performance options and all headsets are not the same.
All wireless Bluetooth headsets have the same base features like volume control, redial and so forth. Beyond that are features that determine the cost of a headset including sound quality, noise cancellation and voice control. Newer versions of Bluetooth technology also offer better security when using wireless technology, to protect your privacy. Keep in mind that there are several versions of Bluetooth technology and in order for a Bluetooth enabled headset to work with a specific cell phone, they must both be using the same version.
Beyond the technological aspect of Bluetooth headsets is the design. Wireless Bluetooth headsets come in two main varieties: with a boom microphone and without. The boom is the extension from the headset that brings the microphone closer to your ear. Headsets with boom mikes are naturally a bit larger than those that sit closer to the ear but there’s little difference in quality and it’s more a matter of preference. Ear microphones and booms are where the style goes wild and you can choose from hundreds of different colors, shapes and sizes to fit your personal taste.
The newest technological advance to hit the wireless Bluetooth headset market is the addition of digital readouts built into the earpiece. This is an extension of the information you’d have to pull your phone out for and includes caller ID and voicemail notification. In addition, some headsets now offer neck pieces that are also Bluetooth enabled and provide vibration notification of incoming calls.
Wireless Bluetooth headsets are just a sample of the kinds of uses for this amazing wireless technology. You can link up to seven Bluetooth devices to each other at a time, making it easy for you to synchronize your digital life. Many automobiles are now being manufactured with built-in Bluetooth technology, so you can take to the road and stay connected.