Bang & Olufsen Earset 2 Approved by FCC

Bang & Olufsen’s cool but pricey Earset 2 Bluetooth headset has been approved by FCC and is coming to United States soon.

Retailing somewhere in the $350 range Earset 2 won’t be for the most of us.

But it certainly would look cool next to $1275 B&F Serene Mobile :)

Author: Stasys Bielinis

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  • Jimbo

    Has anyone a Bang and whoever resolved the 1.2 only software issue.
    Most new phones are coming out with 2.0 not backwards compatible.
    My earset is in the drawer because my Sprint only has 2.0 connectivity
    to headsets. Bang needs a patch or upgrade to reach other vendors
    I used it on an older phone and really liked it, yet since I have to have
    Sprints DC and Mobile, I cannot change phones. and don't want to.
    Anyone know if engineering has come up with a work around for the 2.0 lock out.
    I have talked to Sprints, Bangs, Tech support and get (we're working on it.) yea

  • Jimbo

    Has anyone a Bang and whoever resolved the 1.2 only software issue.
    Most new phones are coming out with 2.0 not backwards compatible.
    My earset is in the drawer because my Sprint only has 2.0 connectivity
    to headsets. Bang needs a patch or upgrade to reach other vendors
    I used it on an older phone and really liked it, yet since I have to have
    Sprints DC and Mobile, I cannot change phones. and don't want to.
    Anyone know if engineering has come up with a work around for the 2.0 lock out.
    I have talked to Sprints, Bangs, Tech support and get (we're working on it.) yea