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Poor sound quality

As a quadiplegic who uses switches near my ears to help control a wheelchair I need a bluetooth earpiece with a small protusion to avoid pushing the earpiece out of my ear. Enter the H9 Minature - but the audio quality is poor. Is there a similar earpiece on the market with noise cancellation?

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