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Jabra A320s Bluetooth Adapter


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  • Bluetooth version 2.0
  • VoIP over your Bluetooth Headset
  • Stream Music wirelessly to a Bluetooth Headset
  • Plugs directly into your USB port
  • Transfer pictures and files to bluetooth devices
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 6.2 inches, 5.6 inches, 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 3.2 ounces
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 5.6 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000E7UN5G
  • Item model number: CK1CARKIT302
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Simple Bluetooth connectivity for your PC

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Customer Reviews

This device will not work with 64 bit Vista out of the box.
V. Cockayne
I have the driver installed, but the Bluetooth device does not work as it should.
rdcatman
I am using a Plantronics BackBeat 906 Stereo Bluetooth headset.
rockdragon

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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By W. Ross on September 22, 2006
I bought the Jabra BT620s and a320s together, and I've been quite happy with the BT620s (apart from co-workers making fun of my flashing ears), but about a month ago I ran into a rather large problem: I lost CD with the driver software for the a320s. This software was never great to begin with (I had to re-"pair" the headset to the computer all the time), but at least it worked. But when I went to the Jabra site to download another copy of the driver, I discovered that Jabra doesn't offer the software for download. I called tech support, and found out that they won't even give you a new copy. Their only answer, again and again, was "well, it came with the product, didn't it?"

I've never run into this before: the software is just a peripheral to the real product, and companies always let you download the latest version of the driver from their site.

I'm never running into this problem again - this is the last Jabra product I plan to buy.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel B. Evans on January 7, 2008
The Jabra A320s Bluetooth adapter plugs into a USB port and provides Bluetooth capabilities, such as audio, headset, printer, and networking. It was easy to install on my laptop, and works pretty much as advertised, but there are two quirks:

1. When used with an audio headset, the program producing the audio must be started *after* the Bluetooth connection is established. So, for example, if you have iTunes running and want to switch to a wireless Bluetooth headset, you have to make the connection and then exit from, and restart, the iTunes program. This seems like a defect, but it is probably a Windows limitation and not a Jabra problem.

2. I have a Jabra BT320s headset, which supports both stereo and telephone headset functions, and the USB adapter seems to confuse the two functions, and can't switch between them. For awhile, it was insisting on connection to the headset and as a telephone headset instead of a stereo headset, and I finally disabled the telephone headset configuration just to eliminate the hassle.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Squick on February 8, 2011
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Just felt that I should let everyone know that this item is not compatible with Windows 7. I found this out after I had problems during the install. I called Jabra to get assistance when the tech informed me of the incompatibility. The seller was very prompt in responding to my email and said they might have a problem trying to fix the ad. They were very kind in giving a refund and so I decided to write this comment to hopefully help someone avoid the inconvenience of all this. Good luck folks!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Skeen on January 2, 2008
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This item does what it's meant to do- offer Bluetooth services to close buy devices. It does this very will and so far I have had no problems with it using it on both my laptop and desktop system.

BUT! - the claim that it works 'up to 100 meters' is very optimistic. The best range I could get is about 20 ft(6 meters). Bluetooth was meant to be a 'on body' network system and this device works quite well on the body or across the desk top. 100 meters - no in my world.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Bookie on February 12, 2009
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The Plantronics CS50 wireless USB VoIP headset that I had been using for Skype on my PC died after 2 years. So I was looking for a replacement (using wireless headset with Skype is a must for me). Since I have a Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth headset for my cell phone, I thought to myself: why not buy a cheap Bluetooth dongle for the PC and use the 510 for both the cell phone and Skype.

Bought this Jabra A320s early January (3 times cheaper than the Plantronics BUA-100 Bluetooth dongle). I was a bit worried that it might not work well w the 510. Installation was a breeze and it works like a champ from the get-go. It works perfectly w the 510 and the audio quality is superb.

Connecting is quick (in seconds) and unlike some reviewers said, you do not have to manually connect your headset. Once added my PL510 to the "My Bluetooth Places", it automatically connects to the PL510 whenever I turn it on and sounds a nice audio tone to notify me of the connection.

It supports the headset profile well. I can answer or hang up Skype calls by pushing the call button on my headset while away from the PC.

The range is rated at 100 meter. I have no trouble getting excellent signal strength throughout my 800 sqft apartment, even thru a wall. The same cannot be said with my cell phone's Bluetooth (won't blame the cell phone, it is probably designed this way for power saving reason).

Jabra A320s provides a lot more services (printer, network, image, audio gateway, ...) than just the headset. I have not used anything other than the headset (which is what I bought it for), so I cannot say how well it works in these areas. I did, however, connected my cell phone to my PC thru it. It works well too. I can transfer files between my cell phone and my PC.

All-in-all I think this is a very well designed product that adds Bluetooth connection to your PC. It does not hurt that it is so cheap either.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By kevinringo on September 7, 2011
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worked like a charm with my Mac, a little more involved with windows 7 32-bit, and it's a no-go with Windows 7 64-bit due to the lack of MS signature on drivers. You can try Broadcom drivers, but IMHO, Jabra should probably just get their driver signed and save the consumer headaches.

If you're savvy enough, you can hack your way thru the 64-bit OS install, but it's not easy for a nubie.

just sayin.
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