Disclaimer before the company disclaimer: I am partially deaf in my left ear, so I am really picky about my headsets; I need to be able to hear everything. I also work remotely, so I wear a headset for conference calls most of the day, so it can’t be giving a headache. So when the Product Ambassador team asked if anyone wanted to test headsets, I said Bring It On. Oh, and if you remember from my previous blogs, I am not the quickest techy, so I also need something that is easy to figure it out.
I got the HK SOHO II NC last week. It comes in a really nice box and with all of these accessories. I can modify the size of the ear buds, and there are all these different cords to plug into different devices. And there is a nice black bag that everything can be stored in. A small complaint, since I usually have non-ear bud headsets, I didn’t like how there were no instructions really on how everything was to fit together. But after swapping out the pieces and testing things out, I was able to get a set up that worked for me.
The first thing I tried was using it as a headset for my phone. The call was crystal clear, sounded like my mom was in the room with me instead of in the next state. I next plugged it into my laptop to listen to tunes as I worked. I used the noise cancelation feature, and listened to concert recordings and it sounded like I was at the show.
I am still not convinced that I like ear buds, but I’ll be playing around with the size combinations as well as trying the headset for a conference call. Anything else you would like to know about put in the comments and I’ll check it out for you!
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