- - BLUE TOOTH
|Mane3215 ||02-21-2005 09:03 PM |
How about the new jabra bt800? Vibrates, had caller id, and dsp? I am getting ready to order one.
|PingGuy ||02-22-2005 10:49 AM |
Originally Posted by roofus
It's Easy. Enable Bluetooth. Setup your earpiece as per manufacturer's recommendations. Go to "Settings" and toggle between "Blutooth On" and Bluetooth Off" :)
That's exactly what I wanted to know, thank you.
|BB_WayCool ||02-22-2005 08:14 PM |
Well, took the Jabra BT250 on the road with me. Flew from Philly to Seattle, then drove to Vancouver. I5 has some pretty noisy spots, but the headset performed just great. The ride took about 2 1/2 hours including customs and I made a bunch of calls and took quite a few as well. No one complained about the quality of the sound including me.
The headset is very comfortable on the ear and I had my shades on the whole time. Love the fact that I don't have to mess with wires or grope for the device. Controlled everything nicely with the call button on the headset. I recommend the Jabra for the 7250.
|sempai ||02-22-2005 09:50 PM |
I am trying out Jabra's Cheap Seats lately.
I'm demoing a BT 110 and I like it a lot. It's very cheap, and has the Jabra quality you know and love. Its smaller and isn't super fancy, but I love the fact that it has a removable battery like my Nokia headsets. Though the Jabra battery is a real battery you can find anywhere (AAA) :)
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