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Sound ID 400 Bluetooth Headset Review

soundidIf you’re looking for a good quality Bluetooth headset, try checking out the Sound ID 400. Just looking at the 400 you’ll notice that it’s nearly identical to it predecessor the Sound ID 300, just improved.

Founded by an ear specialist and staffed with top acoustic scientists and engineers, Sound ID brings a unique perspective to the telecommunications industry. Leveraging in-depth knowledge of how the human ear processes sound, Sound ID has created the Sound ID 400 Bluetooth Headset. The Sound ID 400 complements the natural hearing process, resulting in a lightweight, comfortable Bluetooth device that is scientifically designed to feel good, look good and sound even better.

Enhancing the natural hearing experience, the Sound ID 400 successfully delivers exceptional wire-free Bluetooth connectivity, including comfort, acoustic clarity and customized sound settings.

I’m loving the extra volume features on the Sound ID 400. Not only does it include the regular volume control but with the 400 you have 3 custom hearing choices available to increase speech clarity and to boost your listening power. There is also an automatic volume control which eliminates the need for constantly adjusting the volume in different noise situations. So with the automatic volume control you’ll be able to hear the other person clearly whether you’re driving or walking from a quiet area to a more noisy one. The finish on the 400 is a rubber material which I also like because our current Bluetooth headset is a slick non rubber material that scratches pretty easily.

The Sound ID 400 weighs 8 g and measures 53.5 x 15.5 x 7.5 mm. According to the website, the battery has seven hours of talk time and up to 200 hours of standby time..

The sound quality on the Sound ID 400 is amazing. My husband and I had no problems hearing one another. No static whatsoever. The automatic volume control also worked as Sound ID said it would. We never had to adjust the volume as we walked from upstairs (nice and quiet) to downstairs (much noisier).

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