Motorola H500

Jul 17, 2007
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Has anyone tried the motorola h500 yet with the iPhone? Does it work and how does it sound compared to other headsets? I have one sitting around, but haven't tested it yet.
 

chrissurra

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Yes, it works with no problem.
 
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May 27, 2008
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I disagree. Sure, it connects - but mulitple people have told me that they here a whirring/buzzing in the background when I talk. I double-checked this by calling my home line and sure enough, I hear the same buzz. =-/
 
May 27, 2008
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I've tried it and have not had any problems! But I soon disconnected it and handed it back to my GF. She got a pink one!
Pink one, huh? WEll THAT must be the secret! :p
 
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satishna108

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Have not tried it yet, but it is said quite good.
 
May 27, 2008
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Well, mine always made the whirring/whining noise to my recipients. I picked up another brand (cheaper actually) and this one works just fine with no complaints from recipients of my calls. For some reason, the Motorola H500 never worked correctly with my iPhone. Hope you fair better results!
 

wwaitesr

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Won't Discover

My iPhone 3G does not discover my Motorola H500. I would think after 10 minutes that enough is enough, yet is is discovered by my wife's Razr immediately. Anyone else run in to that problem? :(
 

eye-Fone

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I used to have the H500 and it worked well. It developed some static, so I've since upgraded to the H700 with no problems with it and the iPhone 3G.

By the way, my H500 was still under warranty and, for a replacement, all they had were H700's--that's how come I have it. ;)
 

derek4tv

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My iPhone 3G does not discover my Motorola H500. I would think after 10 minutes that enough is enough, yet is is discovered by my wife's Razr immediately. Anyone else run in to that problem? :(
I managed to pair my H500 (that I used to use with my old Palm) and whilst I can hear very well, it does not control calls (hang up or answer calls)

Anyone have same problem or know solution?