I was recently sent a Gennum nx6000 Digital Wireless Headset to review, it has been sitting on my desk or plugged in my ear for the last couple of weeks and I must admit I’ve become quite fond of it.
The nx6000 wireless headset uses bluetooth to communicate with your mobile phone, so you can leave your phone in your pocket while you gab on the phone. The sound quality of the nx6000 is crystal clear and it incorporates Frontwave noise cancellation technology which means your voice can still be heard even if you’re in a noisy environment.
I’m not sure if I’ve got funny shaped ear canals (to match my funny shaped nose) but none of the ear attachments seemed to fit particularly well, though I was still able to use it okay.
The headset has a mini USB connector for charging, a full charge takes ~4 hours which will provide you with 6 hours of talk time and 75 hours of standby time.
Controlling the headset does take a bit of practice, there are only 3 buttons so you have to tap, press and hold to get at all the functions, it takes a bit of practice and memory but once mastered is pretty straight forward.
In conclusion I can recommend the nx6000 but a RRP of over $100 does seem a bit on the pricey side.
Further info and specifications over at nXZEN.