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Native Union Moshi Retro - Auriculares con micrófono (3.5 mm, diseño retro), azul

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MarcaNative Union
SeriesPOP Phone
Dimensiones del producto10 x 7 x 25 cm
Número de modelo del productoMMPOP-BLU-ST-AO
ColorAzul
  
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ASINB0046EDK3K
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº25.172 en Informática (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en Amazon.es desde12 de agosto de 2011
  
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Color del producto: Azul
Compatibilidad: Multi
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Monoaural
Tipo de interfaz: 3.5 mm (1/8")


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La gente se queja del color pero esta bastante bien, es muy práctico más de lo que me imaginaba. Con el se evita gran parte de las radiaciones que absorbemos del móvil y a la vez no s obliga a tener el altavoz en el oído y el micrófono en la boca. Como si fuese un tlf. antiguo.
Lo de las 4 estrellas porque tal vez el volumen del altavoz no es todo lo bueno y/o alto que podría ser...
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El auricular es de buena calidad. Se oye y me oyen muy bien. La textura es agradable al tacto. Aunque el color es um poco auhg.
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La funcion es simple pero la calidad del sonido es muy buena no se dobla como otras marcas! Calidad excelente
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Amazon.com: 3.4 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 774 opiniones
181 de 188 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The mystery of the genuine or fake Native Union phone 30 de noviembre de 2012
Por Sunshine - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought the black metallic version of this POP phone via this link on Amazon. On the description page it lists 'Native Union Ltd.' as the seller, however on checkout it says 'Insane In the Brain -- The BEST DEALS on the Web! Storefront'. I also noticed that on selecting the black metallic phone/picture on this page, it now comes up with another seller, which, incidentally, also has changed twice since I wrote this review. As far as I understand it, on the inside of the genuine Native Union phones there is a stamped 'CE mark', it apparently also comes with a manual with an option to register the 'phone', this particular product came without all this. On reading more on the Native union website, it seems to me the particular phone I was sent is likely to be a counterfeit product, despite it saying Native Union on the box. It might be that the seller, Insane in the brain, or other amazon resellers, are not aware of this being a counterfeit product, and it would behoove Amazon to make clearer on their listings if this is sold directly by Amazon, as a genuine product, or it is is sold by a reseller and therefore might not be a genuine product, and update those seller pages or remove them from this particular sales page, which as far as I understand it, is advertising the genuine phone, and monitor this. I also think that the other colors, the first few of the ones you can select in the 'pictures' could well be the genuine product, and that therefore there are so many contradictory reviews on the review page for this particular phone. I think the genuine Native union phone is probably a fabulous product, will post more on this once I receive 'the real thing'. If it turns out that what I bought via Amazon is not a counterfeit product, I will remove or update this review. I am returning this to Amazon and will buy one directly via Native Union, who, according to their customer service website, will give a discount for me posting the review below:

Do not buy from this seller - I have received a Fake Moshi Moshi POP phone from them - It does not work and there is no customer service to help - I have wasted my money - Native Union has kindly given me a discount on a genuine product which works perfectly - Buy directly from NativeUnion.com to guarantee you get the same high quality product.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I did get a genuine Native Union and it does indeed work fine after some minor re-engineering of the plug 18 de noviembre de 2016
Por Frank P. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Having just bought one of these for my iPad Air 2 to use with Skype, I found that when this handset was plugged in, moving the phone plug ever so slightly did indeed produce static, cause calls to disconnect, and randomly start music playing. The reason is detailed in this article: [doesn't like URLs - see photo; if it's too small to read, do a Google search for "problem using my Native Union Moshi Pop Handset with my iPhone 6"]

The article contains a number of innovative solutions, but I opted for using a small circle of orange electrical tape with an even smaller hole in the middle to slide over the plug and stick to the offending metal piece on this handset's plug. Sure enough, this solved the problem, just as would the other fixes described in the article (mine is a sort-of neater version of the post-it note fix, which I tried first). See attached photo.

So yes, this handset (yes, I did get a genuine Native Union) does indeed work fine after some minor re-engineering of the plug. The issue is that some iPhone/iPad models take VERY unkindly to having the outermost contact of the jack short-circuited to the device's metal case.(apparently at LEAST the iPhone 6 and the iPad Air 2). From an electrical engineering standpoint, both that contact and the case should be at "ground" potential, but some crazy Apple engineer apparently decided they should be somehow different, and if they're shorted together all manner of strange happenings occur!

UPDATE!!! I did a little more research on the 4-conductor 3.5mm connector pinout and found out that the outermost contact on a headset with both earphones and microphone is NOT ground, but rather the microphone input pin. Furthermore, the act of shorting the microphone pin to ground is exactly what the pushbutton on this handset does to hang up a call, and exactly what the pause/resume control on apple earbuds does to pause/resume music. So the design of the plug is critical to working with the iPhone 6 and the iPad Air 2, which pull the plug tightly against the metal case; If there is an exposed metal lip (as with this POP handset), the plug (un-modified) will always cause problems with these devices. One earbud manufacturer even supplies a small O-Ring (to be slipped over the plug) with it's phones just to solve this problem. This issue is widely discussed on the internet with many novel solutions. I like my orange tape :)
9 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Its absolutely THE BEST THING SINCE SLICED BREAD 28 de marzo de 2016
Por M. Amelia Jermano - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Absolutely L♥ve this handset! Its absolutely THE BEST THING SINCE SLICED BREAD! Everyone who uses a cell phone should get one! This is Grrrrrrrrreat! I also got the matching handset receiver rest. They fit perfectly! Anyone who has a cell phone should get one of these babies! They are healthy (keeps radiation waves off your head!) AND people I talk to tell me that the reception/sound is even MORE CLEAR than when I'm not using this. In other words, its BETTER than by using a cell phone directly / without it. Awesome! So very pleased!
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is not a genuine Native Union Moshi Moshi POP Phone 3 de abril de 2012
Por Michelle - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I ordered this product and another Native Union Moshi Moshi POP Phone at the same time. When this one came, it was the GO SHUKI brand. The external packaging was slightly different than the genuine Native Union, and even had some interesting Engrish. Inside, the internal packaging was different and it did not include the user manual or the stickers that the Native Union did. I wanted a geniune Native Union and I purposely did not order any of the other knock-offs, even paying more to ensure that I got a genuine product.

Interestly, this GO SHUKI had volume controls on the handset, and the Native Union does not have volume controls. The handset of the GO SHUKI is slightly larger and is significantly lighter. The Native Union logo is missing. Another difference is that I can hear my self talk with the GO SHUKI and not with the Native Union.

Also the Native Union phone has the CE logo (means it is lead-free) and is RoHS compliant (another lead standard). This GO SHUKI is not.

It seems to work, but I feel that this was a bait and switch. I am really disappointed that I did not get what I paid for.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great product concept that falls short in a few ways 7 de noviembre de 2016
Por Andrew Chapman - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Following the warnings from other reviews, I did confirm that I received an authentic Native Union phone. So, that's the good news. However, the bad news is:

(1) The matte surface is awful. While the rubbery feel is probably useful if you need to hold the phone between your cheek and shoulder, it is VERY susceptible to scratches and scuffs. Mine was already scuffed in a couple places straight out of the box. But perhaps worse yet, the surface gets dirty very quickly. It has a slightly tacky feel, so in no time at all mine was covered with dust and other little specks of stuff. And because the surface is rough, you can't easily wipe this stuff off. Just not good.

(2) Whether it was my particular phone (iPhone 5) or this particular handset, I can't say for sure, but the connection was not 100%. More than a few times, the audio went in and out, even though the jack was inserted securely. I'm confident it's not my phone, however, because I have used the jack with at least four other 3mm cables for earbuds and external audio, and I've never had this problem.

(3) I agree with other reviewers that the cable is a little too short. I'm not that tall, and with the cord stretching from my pocket to the handset at my ear, it was a bit too tight... I could feel the pull, which was annoying.

(4) I definitely want volume control on the handset. I did see that this feature is missing, but underestimated how much I'd want it. After using the phone, it's a must-have for me.

(5) I found the volume, even at max, to be too low. I have no hearing problems, and with my phone set to max, I didn't find the volume to be good enough. This is important because you don't have earbuds in, which block out some of the sound around you.

(6) Personally, I didn't like the inability to hear myself through the earpiece. To me, this is one of the big advantages of a desk phone. I also think it's one of the reasons people tend to "cell yell" (talk too loudly on their cell phones)... because they can't hear themselves to regulate their voice. There's a reason professional announcers, radio DJs, and singers have the ability to hear themselves, and it's not vanity!

So, all in all, I ended up returning this handset. I may try out the metallic black version to see if that solves problem #1 above... and that could solve #2 and 5 if those were due to a defect with the particular piece I received. Otherwise, I may move on to a different brand.


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