Sony Ericsson HBH-PV715 in the Test

The Sony Ericsson HBH-PV715 (39 Euro) appears almost unobtrusively and restrained. Coupled with the Nokia 6300, the stylish model achieves the phenomenal around 1000 hours standby time! However the test with the Sony Ericsson W890i.

  1. Sony Ericsson HBH-PV715 in the test
  2. Data sheet
  3. Rating

The Sonsy Ericsson HBH-PV715 headset for us in the test:

With the W890i from their own home, the battery lasts surprisingly only half as long – but still long enough, to a “Superior” to dust. The sleek headset sits securely on the ear and can withstand even sweeping movements.

And even if one on the phone, the HBH-PV715 glossy plastic-made from its best side reflected – in terms of acoustics is the Sony Ericsson headset of currently top in his profession.

No noise bothers

On the test drives, no noise disturbed the conversation; the HBH-PV715 sounds loud and clear. The downside: As are the buttons in the housing, operation – especially the volume control – is while driving a small adventure.

The pressure point of the buttons is rather weak, so you must sometimes quite fiddly. Still, Hats off to the little endurance Regent.

Data sheet

Volume control / mute Circuit /
Charger 220V / 12V (car) /
USB charging cable
Battery / battery replaceable Li-ion /.
BT profile: Headset / Handsfree /
Standby time / operating time (hours: minutes) 18T 9:20:00 / 10:48:00
Volume value transmit / receive direction (dB) 9.5 / 13.6
Distortion of transmit and receive direction (dB) -27.1 / – 26.9
Frequency response transmit / receive direction points max. 4 / 6
Weight headset / charger (g) 9.3 / 66


ENDURANCE up to 150 outstanding (149)
Standby time / Betriebszeit120 / 30 120 / 29
FACILITIES 50 satisfactory (35)
HANDLING up to 150 well (116)
Processing / operation 20 / 40 17 / 27
Comfort / weight 55 / 35 41 / 31
Acoustics up to 150 well (117)
tested in issue: NC1 / 09


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