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    Any curve owners use the motorola h500 headset?

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    I just got it and am testing it out. So far so good, except that it feels a little loose around the ear. Has anyone figured a way to keep It more secure on the ear? And how do you like the earpiece so far?

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    Re: Any curve owners use the motorola h500 headset?

    i havent tried it.
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    Re: Any curve owners use the motorola h500 headset?

    ~via BB Curve (wap.pinstack.com)~ I havenkt found a way but after a while mine started to fell tight when I would switch ears.

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    Re: Any curve owners use the motorola h500 headset?

    Can you actually hear music or any audio from the curve on these?

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    Re: Any curve owners use the motorola h500 headset?

    I bought the H700, as I dig the flip mic feature (this automatically turns the device on and off). I love it. My wife has the H500, which I also have synched to my Curve (in case we are out and I don't have mine... she always carries hers in her purse). It's nice... not as clear quality as the 700, but it does the job. It doens't feel loose to me at all, but I have kind of big(ish) ears, so it works out to my advantage...

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