Jabra 100-46000000-02 Freeway Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone (U.S. Retail Packaging)
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- Speakerphone for the car with rich and crisp sound from 3 speakers and Virtual Surround sound
- Use your voice to make and take calls completely hands-free; announces the name of the incoming caller
- A2DP streaming for playback of music, podcasts and directions from GPS applications
- FM Transmitter sends music and calls from mobile phone to car radio
- Up to 14 hours of talk time, up to 960 hours (40 days) of standby time, podcasts and directions from GPS applications
- Auto on/off, Advanced Multiuse for connection to 2 Bluetooth devices at same time, audio streaming (A2DP) for playback of music, podcasts and directions from GPS applications
- Rich and crisp sound with 3 speakers, HD Voice Ready, Virtual Surround Sound and dual microphone background noise reduction technology
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One of the first in-car speakerphones to have 3 speakers coupled with Virtual Surround Sound. Sound so clear, you’ll think you’re talking to a passenger in the car. Also great for playing your favorite music. Prefer your car’s sound system? Just use the FM transmitter to send music and calls directly to your car radio. Dual-mic technology filters out everything but your voice. Background noises and honking cars disappear, so the other side hears you loud and clear.
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I'm not one to take my time to write reviews, but after purchasing three of these speakerphones I thought maybe it would be helpful to tell you why this is the best speakerphone I have ever used.
We live in California and, by law, have to have our Cell Phones connected by Bluetooth if we use them in the car. I have probably used 4-5 different brands and configurations in the past 5 years - all with mixed results, until I came across the Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth Speakerphone. I really dislike using in-ear Bluetooth devices (for many reasons, but mainly because they interfere with hearing and make you look like a . . . . ). Speakerphones I have used in the past (including the less expensive Jabra products) seemed to never clearly pick-up my voice and transmit it to the caller. When I purchased my first Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth Speakerphone (after reading a glowing CNET Review) I started using it as soon as I charged it for a couple of hours. It is the easiest, most user friendly product I have bought in a long time.
Getting up and running requires:
1. Charge unit (USB)
2. Turn on Cell Phone and put in pairing mode
3. Turn on Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth Speakerphone - it will find the phone and announce "Connected"
4. That's it, your done.
Now to use it you only have to do one thing and remember 2 words:
1. Attach the Speakerphone to your visor and turn it on.
2. Remember 2 words when it announces by name an incoming call. a) Answer (connects you to an incoming call) or b) Cancel (phone goes straight to you voice answer message).
It really is that easy. There is a lot more that the Speakerphone will do, and there is a one year subscription to a second party company that keeps all your contacts + more so you can call one number and transfer to anyone in your contacts, send text, etc. But you really don't need to know or use any of that.
Oh, I forgot, the main reason I like the Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth Speakerphone is that my clients have no clue that I am even on a Bluetooth device when I talk to them in the car. No extraneous noise, no wind noise, just a clear voice. That, plus the ease of use is why I keep buying more of these and giving them to my wife, children, etc.
Did I mention that once you turn the Jabra Freeway on you don't have to touch/recharge it for a month or more (my experience, moderate use). It turns itself on when I get in the car, and turns itself off when I exit (motion detector).
Pros: All of the above. Plus, iTune music sounds pretty good through the 3 speakers and podcasts are great (you can also transmit the music/podcast to you FM radio) - the Speakerphone "knows" to to stop the music/podcast if a call comes in.
Cons: It takes a couple of minutes for the speakerphone to turn-off automatically when you you leave the car. For a short time, if you are fairly close to the car (in you home or office) the unit still picks-up calls. This has happened to me only once, and my iPhone asks if I want to not use the Bluetooth on the screen, so it really is a minor annoyance.
My complaint is that it doesn't have enough volume or a good enough mic for using on the highway. It's fine for back roads and anything under about 50 MPH.. I am using this in a van so the street noise is a little louder than a car or SUV.. but it's not that loud of a van. So YMMV.
Callers say that the driver sounds like they're at the end of a tunnel.
Sound quality is excellent at both ends of a call. The internal speakers have excellent sound and the Freeway also has the ability to wirelessly connect to my SUV's stereo FM system using Bluetooth. This means I can use my cell phone or other Bluetooth device with my Jabra Freeway for more than just phone calls -- I can use it with GPS, for text messaging, for music, and for other audio needs.
I highly recommend this unit.
The sound quality of this unit on its own (apart from FM radio transmission) is also not up to the expectation created by their ad copy. (virtual surround sound? I must not be able to hear very well). It's going to be returned and I'll try something else.
I do have to say that it does connect consistently every time I return to the vehicle. And the control buttons work flawlessly. The overall physical quality is great and leads to great expectations out of the box. I truly wish it had been able to deliver.
All in all I am disappointed with the quality that this is offering for Jabra, the last Jabra I had was brilliant but this is a letdown.
The speakerphone is loud and clear. I've had a few issues with people hearing feedback or my voice sounding robotic. The majority of the time, they hear me well through. As for the feedback, I just turned it down and the feedback stopped.
The FM transmitter is just awful though. It doesn't matter if it's fully charged or not, it is too weak to be picked up on my radio. I had to turn the radio volume up very high to hear anything but that entailed a lot of static in the mix. Totally unacceptable!
Another reviewer mentioned a trick that works well fortunately: plug in the USB charging cable and wrap it around your rear view mirror. It doesn't look great but the FM transmitter becomes more than adequate. Luckily, I saw that and tried it, otherwise I would have returned this item.
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Terrible waste of money.
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