I'm a happy owner of Nokia BH-905i headsets. I have to say I bought them with some reluctancy but I was never more satisfied with something I bought. Working with my computer or my phone most of the time I have to say they are great.
Anyway, the thing is I tend to use them quite a lot. And the on-the-ear design sometimes becomes uncomfortable. And AFAI Nokia is not planing on releasing a new headset with these specifications (bluetooth, noise cancelling, portable, etc).
Do anybody knows if over-the-ear cushion pads can be adapted? For what I can tell the cushion pads are glued to the body. Am I right?
09-01-2013 16:00 - edited 09-01-2013 16:14
Have you considered Nokia's new Purity Pro Headset? It's on the ear, wireless, designed for comfort, portable (as it folds up) and has active noise cancellation.
I've had a quick google and not found anyone talking about adapting the cushions on your headset so it looks like it either can't be done or no one has tried that kind of modification. Perhaps you could be the brave person that tries it and blogs about it for others to read? My guess is with it being an expensive product is that no one has dared to do it. You can buy earpads for other headsets on ebay so you may find some that suit there, but obviously it's entirely at your own risk.
Sadly due to the forum rules the users here aren't allowed to discuss or assist in any form of modification or disassembly outside of what is covered in the user guide so I wish you luck if you try it!
No, I didn't see that model. I only knew of the "wired" ones. They look promising. It's not the design I prefer (I like the old one better). But they look comfortable and portable enough...