Clip and talk Bluetooth clip stereo headset

The Clip and Talk Stereo Clip Bluetooth headset enables you to listen to your mp3 songs on your smartphone wirelessly, and still be able to take calls, in this review we have an HTC HD2 for test device.

Why to get it:

  • Allows you to listen to music wirelessly
  • Take calls without needing to touch your handset
  • Allows you to use any headphones (a pair is included).
  • Clips anywhere for maximum convenience


  • Supports wireless music and handsfree audio streaming from your mobile to stereo headset
  • Compact and stylish design – clips to your clothes or bag strap
  • 3.5mm jack for use with any headphones or audio cable
  • Full remote function – play/pause/track selection/volume control/answer and end call
  • Supports Voice Dialing (your phone must support this function)


  • Bluetooth Profile: Headset, Handsfree and A2DP/AVRCP
  • Frequency: 2.402GHZ – 2.480GHZ ISM Band
  • Transmit Power: Class 2
  • Battery: 3.7V Rechargeable Lt-polymer battery, 130mAh
  • Weight: 14g (without earphones), 28g (with earphones)
  • Voltage: 5.0V – 6.0V (type 300mA)
  • Dimensions: L52mm x W25mm x H21mm
  • Talking Time: up to 4 hours
  • Standby Time: up to 60 hours
  • Charging time: Approx 3 hours

What’s in the box:

  • Blue Music PRO
  • Stereo headphones
  • USB Charging cable
  • User manual

It clips onto your clothes or bag strap and features buttons for remotely playing and selecting tracks. Featuring a built-in microphone, you can also wirelessly make or receive calls on the move.

The 3.5mm input you can use the supplied headphones or use any other headphones, audio cables or speakers you want!  It is so small you will forget it is even clipped on.

The range is also good, I’ve had the netbook upstairs and walked all around the house and not had any signal problems, so you can connect headphones and listen to music somewhere that you don’t want to lug your phone or laptop with you!  It also works well as an in-car solution, using one of those mp3 player car tape adaptors, or a car radio with an aux input, you can clip the handset somewhere easy to reach, and control your music without having to fiddle with a phone or laptop whilst driving.

This one can be paired with almost any phone that have a Bluetooth support, but if you have Windows Mobile powered device, all you need to do is to add it to the list in Bluetooth Settings page and that’s it 🙂

This little device is perfect to use with your HTC HD2, you can fully control the built-in Windows Media Player or any other audio/video player that you like.

Buy one from MobileFun, click here

Check the best HTC HD2 Bluetooth Headsets

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *