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Jabra SP700 Bluetooth Speakerphone

by Jabra
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  • Play calls and music from your mobile phone on your car stereo via FM and Bluetooth transmission
  • Advanced DSP noise reduction and echo cancellation
  • Voice announcements so you can keep your eyes on the road
  • Use the supplied clip to attach the SP700 to your car's sun visor
  • Up to 14 hours of talk time, up to 255 hours of standby time
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Technical Details

  • Weight: 4.16 ounces
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Product Description

Product Description

The Smart Way to Drive - Jabra offers the latest in speakerphone technology ¿ the SP700. This stylish, versatile new speakerphone can be used on its own or to transmit the calls to your car¿s audio system with no installation necessary. What¿s more, this compact device can also be used to stream music stored on your mobile phone through your car stereo speakers, allowing you to enjoy your favorite track while driving. Driver friendly - the Jabra SP700 offers a new level of usability and safety for Bluetooth speakerphones. Intuitive voice announcements give you the speakerphone¿s status so you can keep your eyes on the road. Plus, excellent audio quality is guaranteed thanks to the advanced DSP noise reduction & echo cancellation that insure crystal clear sound quality on both sides of the call. The SP700 keeps up Jabra¿s speakerphone design heritage, offering a sleek slim-line design that easily blends in with your car¿s interior. Pair SP700 with your mobile phone and place it on your car¿s sun visor ¿ it¿s really that simple. Not keen on traditional headsets? With an intuitive `voice¿ feature, an FM transmitter and amazing sound quality, the Jabra SP700 is a stylish alternative for those who want to stay on the right side of law while taking calls at the wheel.

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Stay focused and your driving while enjoying handsfree communication in your car with the Jabra SP700 Bluetooth speakerphone, which can be used on its own via an integrated speaker or transmitted to your car radio thanks to the embedded FM transmitter. Intuitive voice announcements give you the speakerphone's status so you can keep your eyes on the road. Just pair the SP700 with your mobile phone and place it on your car's sun visor--it's that simple.



The Jabra SP700 Bluetooth speakerphone can transmit calls and music to your car radio via its embedded FM transmitter (see a larger schematic of all controls).


Use the supplied clip to attach the SP700 to your car's sun visor.
Additionally, this compact device can be used to stream music stored on your mobile phone (compatible with the A2DP Bluetooth streaming music profile) through your car stereo speakers, allowing you to enjoy your favorite track while driving. Excellent audio quality is guaranteed thanks to the advanced DSP noise reduction and echo cancellation that insure crystal clear sound quality on both sides of the call.

Features and Specifications

  • Up to 14 hours talk time and up to 255 hours standby
  • Play calls and music from your mobile phone on your car stereo via FM and Bluetooth transmission
  • A2DP Bluetooth profile for streaming music
  • Auto-pairing for no-nonsense start up
  • Background noise reduction and echo cancellation via DSP technology
  • Night Driving Mode--no interfering lights while driving at night
  • Auto off function saves battery
  • Features Answer/end calls, Reject calls*, Voice dialing*, Last number redialing*, Mute (*phone dependent)
  • Easy to operate--gives spoken information in 10 languages (UK English, US English, Russian, French, Italian, German, European Spanish, Mexican Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese)
  • Comes with USB charger, Car charger and visor clip

Pairing the SP700 with Your Phone

  • The first time you turn on the speakerphone it will automatically be in pairing mode. To enter pairing mode subsequently, turn off SP700 and press the Answer/End button for 5 seconds.
  • Release the button when the Bluetooth Status Icon begins to flash quickly and you hear a voice announce: "Pairing mode."
  • Activate the Bluetooth function on your phone and set the phone to "discover" the speakerphone SP700.
  • Confirm with PIN code = 0000 (4 zeros).

Using the SP700 with Your Car Stereo
The FM transmitter in the speakerphone allows you to transmit calls and music from your mobile to the car stereo.

  • Connect your mobile and your speakerphone.
  • Press the FM button to enter FM mode. The FM Status Icon will turn solid red and a FM frequency will be announced.
  • Manually turn your radio into the same FM frequency and you are now ready to transmit calls and music from your phone to your car stereo.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 4.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EN109C
  • Item model number: SP700
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (199 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,106 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

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Syracuse Skier
When channeled through your car stereo via the FM transmitter sound quality is just fine--as long as you can get a clear FM frequency on which to transmit.
Energy Guy
People on the other side of the conversation say the quality is clean and clear and they hear no background noise.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Omar Shahine VINE VOICE on October 6, 2008
This is a really cool device.

I got one for my wife so she could answer and talk on the phone without looking for her headset and turning it on.

Product works as advertised, and in fact has a number of novel features.

The only "Con" is that it does not support a 2 phone household. It can only be paired to a single phone. It does not support multipoint or dual pairing like some other prodicts (the Jawbone headset). This means that to reconnect it to the secondary phone you must pair it again.

Other than that:
1) It's very loud. easy to hear
2) uses standard USB to charge
3) The FM feature allows you to listen to the caller through your car stereo
4) the caller ID of the caller is spoken to you and broadast on your radio using RDS (so you can see the text of the phone number). Very nead.
5) it announced when it has turned on, off, paired, enabled FM. It's fantastic to get this audible feedback so you know it's working.

I highly reccomned this to anyone who needs a speakerphone for their car. My only caveat is that if you plan to share a car with 2 people it's not so great unless one person only uses the SP700. I would have given it 5 stars if it supported dual pairing.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Daniel A. Koblosh TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 26, 2009
Pros:
1. Easy to pair
2. Very long lasting battery: went all week without charging
3. Allows voice dialing if your phone supports that feature: press the unit until it beeps (about 2 seconds), the phone goes into listen-for-command voice dial mode; speak into SP700 the name you want to call as it appears in your phone's list (i.e., "Home"); the phone makes the call (I'm using a Nokia 6555--not all phones have the voice dialing function) UPDATE: works even better with iPhone 4.
4. Compact.
5. Easy to charge via its USB port
6. Clear communication: both parties hear clearly (this is, after all, the main goal) with virtually no background interference or feedback
7. Announces its state: electronic voice says, "Connected," "Power off," "Incoming call from xxx-xxx-xxxx," "Call ended"
8. Automatically turns itself off 10 minutes after phone is out of range (30 feet
9. Can play music or podcasts through it if you want--assuming you have a decent player on the phone; many don't
10. Portable: it would work as a desktop speaker phone if you want and easily moves from vehicle to vehicle.
11. Easy to travel with: especially useful with rental cars.

Cons:
1. Can only pair with one phone at a time--if you have a personal and a work phone it's one or the other
2. Can be too loud--it defaults to a very loud initial volume (perfect if you have earphones jammed in your ears--you can still hear everything); it's almost painfully loud
3. You have to turn it on when you get in the car. It would be nice if it sensed the phone and turned itself on.
4. FM transmission to 88.1 or the other freqs is difficult in Los Angeles. The spectrum is so full it's almost impossible to find a clear open channel.
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53 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Syracuse Skier on January 2, 2009
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I purchased this device so that I could listen to my music from my Blackberry Pearl on my car stereo. The concept for the device is good. It's sleek and fits well on the visor. My phone recognized the device and they paired right away. I had the device for 2 weeks and used it almost everyday before I returned it.

The device has two modes: speaker and FM transmitter. In speaker mode, the device works just like a speakerphone for phone calls or like a speaker for music. In FM mode, it retransmits everything it receives on its bluetooth interface to an FM channel. I thought the device was a bargain selling for a street price of ~$70 when compared to an FM transmitter alone or a speakerphone alone (~$50). Boy was I completely wrong!!

The major problem with the device is that the FM mode doesn't work as advertised.

The Good:
The speaker mode worked great with my phone. I was able to make/receive calls with no issues. It would cancel out the road noise and background music. The battery lasts for a long time on one recharge -- upto 18 hours (manufacture claim).

The Bad:
The device would stop transmitting in the FM mode every 10 minutes or so and I would have re-activate it. The logic on the device used to determine if the phone is streaming music is faulty. I tried emailing Jabra technical support, but never received a response.

In either mode (speaker or FM), the device would auto-adjust the volume down when it thought there was no music being played, even though it was connected to the phone and streaming music. Every minute or so, the device would automatically adjust the volume down so low that I couldn't hear the music on the FM radio any more. This was especially true on podcasts or interview type programs.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 14, 2009
My brother gave me a Jabra for Christmas. My phone was so old, it did not have Bluetooth technology and I went out to get a new phone just so I could use it. Well, I'm glad I did. The only time I need to talk hands-free is in the car. This is perfect for that.

The Jabra is wonderful. It's sleek and thin, doesn't obstruct my vision when on the visor. It was quick and easy to set up and use. When calls come in, I only need to touch it to answer. No more fumbling for my phone. The sound is crisp and clear. I talk mostly to my husband on it and he says the sound is clear on his end. My kids talk to him from the back of the minivan and he can hear them, too. I much prefer it to the earpiece, which I had to worry about falling out of my ear and gave listeners on the other end an echo. It's also preferable to the speakerphone function of the cellphone.

This is a wonderful gadget -- one of those nice to have, makes my life easy sort of things. I'm glad I own it.

UPDATE: The battery life is remarkable. It's been three months and I've only charged it once. Admittedly, I only turn it on to make or accept calls about once a week, but most rechargeable batteries discharge over time even without use. Still haven't found any problems with this product. Two thumbs up.
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