Monday, January 19, 2009

Motorola MOTOROKR S9 HD - The headset comes with superior wing hawk

Price : $36


Motorola launched its latest product with a variety of changes from the previous product. In addition to listening to mothers who are calling you at home, you can also listen to music from the iPod. MOTOROKR 29-HD is a bluetooth headset with better audio, smoother pairing and a more comfortable form. The weight of the headset is 1.12 ouches (32 grams). In the playback controls you can play / pause, stop (press and hold play / pause button), go formward a track, go back a track, and volume up and down, answer / end button. So you can play your iPod from the headset with a simple press the button and there. The resulting sound quality will be very clear and good. There is no lag in MOTOROKR S9 this year. So we will get a lot of entertainment with the more advanced gadgets.

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MOTOROLA MOTOROKR S9 specifications :

* Product Type Headset - Bluetooth
* Width 5 in
* Depth 5.1 in
* Height 1.9 in
* Weight 1.1 oz
* Recommended Use Cellular phone, Portable audio system
* Additional Features Volume control , Answer/end button , Play/pause button , Track select buttons

* Headphones Type Headphones - Binaural
* Headphones Form Factor Behind-the-neck
* Connectivity Technology Wireless - Bluetooth
* Bluetooth Profiles Hands Free Profile (HFP) , Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) , Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
* Sound Output Mode Stereo
* Diaphragm 0.5 in

* Type Built-in
* Microphone Operation Mode Mono

Remote Control
* Type None

Wireless Link
* Transmission Range 33 ft

* Compliant Standards Bluetooth Class 2

* Power Device Power adapter - External
* Battery Headset battery - Rechargeable
* Run Time (Up To) 6 hour(s)

Source : [mobiletechreview][cnet]


  1. Thanks for the review. One caution I have from personal experience is to beware of humid environments when using your S9 headset. After about a year and a half my controls stopped working and after some research I determined it was because humidity or water made its way under the rubberized outer coating and damaged the contacts.