Motorola HX550 Universal Bluetooth Headset - Retail Packaging - Black

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  • Brand: Motorola
  • Category: Bluetooth Headsets
  • connectivity type: Wireless

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Motorola HX550 Universal Bluetooth Headset is your complete hands-free solution. Flip open to answer, enjoy crystal clear calls with dual microphone noise reduction and customize your fit with three wearing styles. HX550 features MOTOSPEAK to text with your voice, A2DP, up to 9 hours of talk time and up to 16 days of standby time.Voltage Required: AC 110 V.


  • Comfortable Bluetooth headset with multiple wearing styles--on-ear; in-ear without hook; and in-ear with earhook
  • Superior audio quality and noise cancellation of CrystalTalk
  • MotoSpeak app from Android Market allows you to Dictate texts hands-free as well as hear your text messages
  • Take calls from two phones all from the same headset using Advanced MultiPoint
  • BETTER BACKGROUND NOISE REDUCTION - HX550 cancels twice as much background noise as Plantronics? comparable product. You can hear and be heard with Crystal Talk dual-mic noise cancellation.
  • CUSTOMIZE FOR COMFORT- The first headset that lets you choose how you want to wear it from three options - on your ear, in-ear with an earhook or in-ear without a hook.
  • Motorola retail packaging includes: Headset, 1 On-ear Hook, 1 In-ear Hook, 2 In-ear Gels, Wall Charger, Quick Start Guide
Brand Motorola
Model HX550
Color Black
MPN 89484N
UPC 723755894846
Fit Design Ear-Hook
Earpiece Single
Earpiece Design Earbud (In Ear)
Connectivity Type Wireless


B. Anderson 5.0
257 of 264 people found the following review helpful
I've been searching around for a great bluetooth headset for years (literally), and while I found a few good ones, the majority of them were lacking in some way or other. This particular headset is really just...awesome.The form factor is small with the boom closed, and it's very light. It ships with an on-ear hook, an in-ear hook, and two differently sized in-ear no hook options. I'm using the smaller of the two in-ear no hook pieces, and it is easily the most comfortable headset I've ever w ... orn. The only problem is that I forget it's there, and I end up walking around all day with a headset in.My headset showed up fully charged (which was nice), and when I opened the boom, a voice guided me through pairing it with my iPhone (!). I'm used to hunting through the manual to find the right combination of keypresses to get the the headset into pairing mode, but this headset anticipates that and immediately gets to work. More >
B. Colonna 5.0
126 of 130 people found the following review helpful
I have owned a few bluetooth headsets, including a Jabra, a couple of higher end Plantronics, a inexpensive Logitech and even a Jabra visor-type unit which clips to your car visor.I do not want to confuse anyone by talking about other products in a review on this headset, but I thought it important to make a few comparisons. And since I've found the Plantronics product line to be so awesome, I'll keep going back to that product below as I compare the two.None of these products has ever given me ... any trouble, and I found them all easy to pair with phones and the sound quality has been good on all of them. On the two Plantronics, both variations of the Voyager Pro, the sound quality was exceptional, but the price was also in the $100 or more range, so unless you are a heavy business user, those might be overkill.One of the minor annoyances with most headsets is turning them on or using different functions, which often involves tapping a button once. More >
Catfish Kozmo 4.0
159 of 166 people found the following review helpful
I can only really compare this unit to my other headset, the Plantronics 925 which I have used for almost a year or more.Pairing: Stupidly easy with my iPhone 4. Took a second. Slightly more work with the Plantronics but nothing major.Fit: The Plantronics is an in-ear model. This Motorola is more of an over the ear model with a piece to squish in the ear. It's pretty easy to take on and off. The only thing that I haven't got down 100% yet is that it tends to point away from my head when wea ... ring it. Other than looking oddly, people on the phone have no trouble hearing me. The Plantronics stuffs into my ear so it has a more intimate feel. This one, much less so.Turning on/off: This is a big consideration for me because I hate, hate, hate charging my headset. It always seems like when I need it the most, the battery is dead. To turn off the Plantronics, you have to hold the on/off button for about 3 to 4 seconds. Kind of a pain. More >