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BlueAnt Q1 Voice Controlled Bluetooth Headset - Bulk

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Regular Price: $74.95

Sale price: $19.95

NOTE: This BlueAnt Q1 ships in bulk packaging.

The revolutionary BlueAnt Q1 Voice Controlled Headset with Multipoint takes Bluetooth headsets to the next level of comfort, and to the next level of the hands-free experience. The BlueAnt Q1 Voice Controlled Headset uses advanced Voice Recognition software to allow you to easily control the headset and many phone functions just by using your voice. That's right: talk to it and it will talk to you.

Overview:


The BlueAnt Q1 Voice Controlled Headset incorporates dual microphones and BlueAnt's superior Voice Isolation Technology - an advanced software solution that separates the user's voice from all other sounds resulting in outstanding call quality, no matter where you are.


 


Features:



  • Use your voice to control the BlueAnt Q1 - no more complicated button combinations to remember.

  • Supports true multipoint - connect two phones at the same time and answer the one that rings.

  • Designed for comfort - the BlueAnt Q1 has been created to be the most comfortable all days use Bluetooth headset.

  • Dual Microphones and Voice Isolation Technology ensure that you are always heard, even in noisy environments.

  • Have your BlueAnt Q1 read your text message to you thanks to BlueAnt's specially designed Android application.

  • Custom internal wind shields reduce wind noise to a whisper.

  • Pairs with up to 8 devices.

  • Up to 4 hours talk time and 100 hours standby.

  • Firmware upgradeable via USB on your PC.

Manufacturer BlueAnt
Part Number Q1
Product Condition New
Bluetooth Compliant 1.1
Compatibility enabled mobile phones, PDAs, PCs, and devices that support headset and hands-free profiles
Talk Time 4 Hrs
Stand-by Time 100 Hrs
Features Multipoint technology, Easy Pair, Noise Reduction
Style / Fit In-Ear Optional Ear-loop
Connector Port Unique
Color Black
Package is Complete With: BlueAnt Q1 Voice Controlled Headset, Ear Hook, Ear Gel, Manual, Charger and Cable.
User's Manual Online Link: http://www.myblueant.com/q1/simulator/index.html
Quality
4 star :
100%
( 3 )
Value
5 star :
67%
( 2 )
4 star :
33%
( 1 )
Price
5 star :
100%
( 3 )
Total : 3 Reviews
Average Rating:
4.55 (Base on 3 reviews)


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100.00% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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By tasos1917
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Value
Price
no caller name reading
If you want this phone to hear the callers name look somewhere else.
It only announces the number, not the name even in android.
When you need volume up there is cracking from the speaker too.
You cant hold it in in your ear without the ear clip.
The battery time is also poor.
Have a motorola h17txt instead.

Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
10/7/11
By rl
Quality
Value
Price
Best value and features and works fine with Win7 too
I purchased two of these. My primary reason wasn't for driving with my Android phone, although I can because the Q1 can be paired with multiple devices. But I needed something inexpensive enough to buy multiples of to keep in different places and to carry with my laptop for silent training and video watching.

This device used to cost a LOT more than it does. The features of this little piece caused a lot of people to stand up and take notice when it first came out. The only reason they can offer the Q1 so cheap is something called the Q2, it's new successor.

This "bulk" version of the Q1 appears from the picture to come without the accessories. In fact, it came with a nice compact AC to USB power converter whose prongs flipped closed for travel and a nice little USB to mini USB power cable that bends but holds the shape you give it, as well as an over the ear to supplement the in-the-ear. The over the ear can be reversed for use on the left ear and removed altogether.

The thing is crazy easy. I put my PC in "Add a Bluetooth Device" mode. Then I hit the button to turn on my Q1. At first I got nothing. Then I hit the button again. The Q1 said, "Say a Command". I said, "Pair Me". My PC then discovered my Q1. I clicked to accept and pair with it. The Q1 told me it was paired. About 10 seconds later my PC finished configuring itself to use the Q1 and my Q1 announced it was ready for use.

To test it I went to Reuters videos, since they have some of the best news in video form. The sound quality was not as good as I had hoped. I heard clicking and a little background noise, so I couldn't give it a 5 in quality. Too bad because the truth is I'm happy. For the price I don't care that the sound quality from my PC isn't pristine. And I LOVE how simple it is and it's great voice driven interface. Just hit the button and tell it what you want to do.

It came with a tiny folded quick reference guide. If you REALLY want to understand this thing and take advantage of what it can do, you should consider downloading and reading (yep, read) blueant's Q1 user guide. You'll get to know your little creature faster that way. http://www.myblueant.com/downloads/manuals/Q1_UserGuide_EN.pdf

The Q1's sound quality isn't pristine. But at All4Cellular's price and with the features the Q1 offers, this is an obvious no-brainer buy. Get 'em while they last.
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
8/10/11
By Oddreason
Quality
Value
Price
Best bag for the buck! But you will need to upgrade to v. 8.21 firmware...
Okay, I must admit that I was skeptical about the Voice recognition thing and the quality of sound, volume etc. But after my first set came to me damaged I thought that the Blueant q1 would never stack up to the Jawbone ERA which I ordered upon recommendations. Uh, sorry. I like it much better! The earbud is more comfy, the VR works great and the quality of sound and noise filtering seems to be every bit as good as the Jawbone. I am using this with my Samsung Focus in case you are wondering? But...it is essential to update the firmware with v 8.21 which greatly improves volume and other issues. The q1 also allows manual speed dial editing which is quite a nice feature to go with the programmable address book in the Focus. Again, great BT for the feature set and call quality...
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
6/1/11

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    1. no caller name reading Review by tasos1917
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      Value
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      If you want this phone to hear the callers name look somewhere else.
      It only announces the number, not the name even in android.
      When you need volume up there is cracking from the speaker too.
      You cant hold it in in your ear without the ear clip.
      The battery time is also poor.
      Have a motorola h17txt instead.

      (Posted on 10/7/11)

    2. Best value and features and works fine with Win7 too Review by rl
      Price
      Value
      Quality

      I purchased two of these. My primary reason wasn't for driving with my Android phone, although I can because the Q1 can be paired with multiple devices. But I needed something inexpensive enough to buy multiples of to keep in different places and to carry with my laptop for silent training and video watching.

      This device used to cost a LOT more than it does. The features of this little piece caused a lot of people to stand up and take notice when it first came out. The only reason they can offer the Q1 so cheap is something called the Q2, it's new successor.

      This "bulk" version of the Q1 appears from the picture to come without the accessories. In fact, it came with a nice compact AC to USB power converter whose prongs flipped closed for travel and a nice little USB to mini USB power cable that bends but holds the shape you give it, as well as an over the ear to supplement the in-the-ear. The over the ear can be reversed for use on the left ear and removed altogether.

      The thing is crazy easy. I put my PC in "Add a Bluetooth Device" mode. Then I hit the button to turn on my Q1. At first I got nothing. Then I hit the button again. The Q1 said, "Say a Command". I said, "Pair Me". My PC then discovered my Q1. I clicked to accept and pair with it. The Q1 told me it was paired. About 10 seconds later my PC finished configuring itself to use the Q1 and my Q1 announced it was ready for use.

      To test it I went to Reuters videos, since they have some of the best news in video form. The sound quality was not as good as I had hoped. I heard clicking and a little background noise, so I couldn't give it a 5 in quality. Too bad because the truth is I'm happy. For the price I don't care that the sound quality from my PC isn't pristine. And I LOVE how simple it is and it's great voice driven interface. Just hit the button and tell it what you want to do.

      It came with a tiny folded quick reference guide. If you REALLY want to understand this thing and take advantage of what it can do, you should consider downloading and reading (yep, read) blueant's Q1 user guide. You'll get to know your little creature faster that way. http://www.myblueant.com/downloads/manuals/Q1_UserGuide_EN.pdf

      The Q1's sound quality isn't pristine. But at All4Cellular's price and with the features the Q1 offers, this is an obvious no-brainer buy. Get 'em while they last. (Posted on 8/10/11)

    3. Best bag for the buck! But you will need to upgrade to v. 8.21 firmware... Review by Oddreason
      Quality
      Price
      Value

      Okay, I must admit that I was skeptical about the Voice recognition thing and the quality of sound, volume etc. But after my first set came to me damaged I thought that the Blueant q1 would never stack up to the Jawbone ERA which I ordered upon recommendations. Uh, sorry. I like it much better! The earbud is more comfy, the VR works great and the quality of sound and noise filtering seems to be every bit as good as the Jawbone. I am using this with my Samsung Focus in case you are wondering? But...it is essential to update the firmware with v 8.21 which greatly improves volume and other issues. The q1 also allows manual speed dial editing which is quite a nice feature to go with the programmable address book in the Focus. Again, great BT for the feature set and call quality... (Posted on 6/1/11)


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