"Practically Incompatible With HTC Cingular AT&T 8525 & WMPlayer"2.5 starson by sarafrans
Pros: Physical form, works w/ music
Cons: Doesn't Always Work, Needs reconnect
Summary: It doesn't stay in my ear well even with dif size ear peices, it goes into ear canal at an off angle so it cant get a good seal and the ear pcie material doesn't stick to your ear good enough either. I constantly have to push it into my canal even when I have the ear loop on. It has the small less than 1cm round earbud style that you can push deep into your ear.
Buttons are good and don't hinder usage, when extend mic you have to hold peice as you do it so it doesn't dis-lodge.
Wish it came with the pen-like holster as the 665a did.
I have the HTC Cingular AT&T 8525 phone. I have to go into settings daily to get it to work even though my bluetooth is always on. When using WMediaPlayer, it will work, but when I press Power button on my phone to shut off the screen, it pauses the music, that might be a WMPlyr issue.
Afer I get off a call it will usually start the music again, but sometimes (also perhaps if I press too many buttons) the music will play as if its a CD skipping and I have to press stop, wait 10 sec, and play again to get it to play smooth.
The wire that connects the second ear bud is covered with fabric or something so it doesn't really stick to long hair. Second ear bud stays in ok since it doesn't have the wieght of the device on it.
You can listen to music without having the second ear peice connected.
I say its incompatible with my 8525 phone. It should just stay connected all the time, even after charging, but it doesn't. Its the most portable bluetooth with music, but I am returning it to best buy where I bought it for 129 because it just does not work smoothly.