Setting up the Bluetooth headset is pretty simple. Logitech provides a multi-language single sheet of instructions. To prepare the Bluetooth headset, hold down the action button on the headset for 10 seconds. It should start lighting up blue and red in an alternating fashion.
Depending on what kind of phone you have, the set up on your phone to pair the headset might be different. For the Treo 650, there is a built in Bluetooth utility to search and acquire the device. It will also ask for a passcode which was listed in the instruction sheet.
My Treo 650 found the Logitech Bluetooth headset easily. After a few steps through the wizard, everything was paired up.
After exiting out of that last screen, I tested the device by calling my own voicemail. I noticed the Bluetooth headset picked up two seconds after the phone picked up. This cuts off the "Enter your PIN" prompt, so I just heard dead air for a couple of seconds. Aside from that, the sound quality was crisp. The sound volume needed to be increased by hitting the + volume button on the headset. At max volume, I still felt it was a bit faint, but that may have been due to my Treo. I then had a few people call me to make sure they heard me loud and clear. No problems in that department either indoors or driving in my car. When a call comes in, the headset will start with a faint melody that increases in volume. Just press the function button to answer the call.
Overall, I'm quite pleased with the Logitech Mobile Freedom bluetooth headset. Not only is affordable, it also pairs and works flawlessly with my Palm Treo 650. The flexible ear clip is comfortable and the overall size of the headset doesn't make it look bulky on your ear.