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Jabra 100-46000000-02 Freeway Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone (U.S. Retail Packaging),Black
|Model Name||Jabra Freeway Bluetooth in-Car Speakerphone (U.S. Retail Packaging)|
|Headphones Form Factor||On Ear|
About this item
- 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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From the manufacturer
Our most advanced in-car speakerphone
Block outgoing noise and have crystal clear calls. Enjoy music with 3-speaker virtual surround sound, or use the FM transmitter to play your tunes directly through the car’s sound system.
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|Item Dimensions||4.70 x 0.70 x 3.90 inches||7.24 x 3.50 x 1.69 inches||2.30 x 5.00 x 7.90 inches||7.24 x 3.50 x 1.69 inches||6.40 x 4.90 x 2.10 inches||5.11 x 0.55 x 1.90 inches|
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.
Top reviews from the United States
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But, here's the report after receiving this yesterday.
First, don't believe the description. The actual speakerphone (Freeway) is 4" x 4.5", not the 4.56x6.97, which is size of the box it came in.
Set up was a breeze. I put the speakerphone on the charger for awhile in the house. I turned on Bluetooth on my Samsung SM-G930A and linked it with the device. I was asked if I wanted the Freeway to have access to my phone directory and I answered yes.
Then, I moved the whole kit and caboodle out to my 2007 Tahoe and clipped the Freeway to the visor, again followed the instructions for turning it on and linking, and it worked perfectly. I had to "dial" numbers on the physical phone, because I haven't set up the voice commands yet, but after one day and three phone calls (two incoming, one outgoing) I found the system to work very well. One call took place when the air-conditioner was ramping up (just started car, it was 91+ outside). The external sound made some "static" to the person on a cell phone on the other end. The other calls, however, were crisp and clear, according to the recipients.
On my end, I can't say enough about the sound. It was clear, and loud enough for my hard-of-hearing husband in the pax seat to hear perfectly. I have kids with blue-toothed vehicles (through the audio) and I will say that for me, this was much easier for me to hear the other person.
Attached are a couple of pics of the Freeway attached to the visor. Note that it is on the left side, and easily clears the mirror on the back.
All in all, a good purchase. Now, to get one for my other old cars!
Easy to set up
Can have two Bluetooth devices connected
Connects visor nicely
Buttons are easy to push
Microphone is either defective or just extremely cheap. I am only able to understand my wife about 20% of the time.
Connecting two Bluetooth devices. The system is constantly getting confused when two devices are connected. It then reboots, over and over again until we just turn it off and use the wired apple headsets.
The FM transmitter is crap, I have configured the frequency to one that is not used by anyone unless they are putting out a lot of power to transmit static. I have to keep my hand on the Jabra to hear a little bit of music or voice coming through the speakers.
For the price I feel like it should be of much better quality. Seems like the electronics of the jabra are all emitting electrical interference causing the system to not work at all. We are not using the jabra now due to it is too much of a distraction when driving since we are constantly having issues while trying to make a simple phone call.
Top reviews from other countries
The Jabra was easy to set up, pair with my iPhone 7 Plus and works perfectly. It clips neatly to the sun visor. I'd recommend slipping it onto the right hand driver's side as I noticed that when I put it on the left hand side of the visor, towards the centre of the car thinking it would be better there, the listener could not hear me so well. I think it might be because the microphones appear to be on the left hand side of the unit (there are some holes there) so they would be away from me if placed on the left hand side in the car's centre.
The sound quality is excellent. I often listen to audible books on it and everything is crystal clear. It can even transmit the sound to the car's speakers via the FM radio. It turns my old pre-blue tooth car into something capable of working seamlessly with a modern smart phone.
The battery lasts a reasonable time and can be charged quickly in the car in the usual way. The range of the bluetooth connection is a long way so be careful when you park up and get out of the car mid-call and transfer to the phone. As the unit will often grab back the call if you are within 30-40 feet of the car! It does mean that the moment you unlock the car, whether the door or the boot, the unit wakes up quickly and pairs with the phone.
Of all the various after-market ways of connecting my iPhone to my car (including a quality Garmin navigation unit) this is by far the best and reasonably priced product I have come across.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 15, 2019
This (expensive) product promises:-
"...and there is no need to press buttons to turn the Jabra Freeway on or off it automatically turns on when you get into your car and off when you get out."
This is NOT true, reading the manual carefully it first says:-
"Turns on and off automatically using the builtin G-sensor"
but further down it then states:-
"The Jabra FREEWAY will automatically turn off when your phone is moved away from the car"
So it does NOT use the builtin G-sensor to turn itself off, just when the phone not in range, just like all the rest of the speakerphones.
Another annoying feature are the voice prompts:-
1) The volume of then cannot be changed.
2) It has difficulty with recognising my voice for commands (and I have been told I don't have a heavy English accent)
3) They are very very abrupt, like you are always been shouted at.
I will now be looking for a speakerphone that uses the car's power to turn on and off.
The sound quality on this item is excellent. Voice calls and audio sound are crisp and clear and the actual volume available is very good.
When linked via the FM function, audio is excellent and the FM function is very simple and easy to use.
Battery performance is superb.
Bluetooth functionality is excellent - very simple to use and the connection and reconnection works well.
The Not so Good.
Voice recognition is a struggle. The functionality of the Jabra works well, but the ability of the unit to distinguish between some names is limited and from a hands free point of view, lets this unit down. Previous cheaper handsfree have performed better than the Jabra.
Overall, i like the Jabra. The unit is well made, looks very smart and aside from the voice recognition works well.
Battery I guess is still in the "seasoning" stage of charging and discharging a few times as it's not lasting as long as my previous Jabra Cruiser2
Simpe to setup and I love the automatic switch-on and pairing getting in to the car.
The FM Transmitter is a major factor for me and was really disappointed when the power output seemed to be poor, the Cruiser2 was a beast and pumped pure quality into the car stereo - I still needed to re-tune now and again as London airwaves are quite full.
As this was a deal-breaker for me that it was going back otherwise (with regret) I tried and failed to see any fixes using professor google... then I hit on the fix of my own, use the micro-usb cable as an antenna (maybe others have found the same) and this has boosted the FCC muted power to substantial proportions. Testing side-by-side, it's as good as the Cruiser and so I'm keeping it.
The call quality for who I'm speaking with and to me would be another deal-breaker is perfect, as good as the Cruiser2 so all-in-all, brilliant
another reason for a star loss is that the unit itself I think has be pre-owned, not reported to Amazon yet, but a couple of scratches by the charging point shows either 2nd hand or some odd Jabra factory prep?
*Edit* 2 years on and it's still amazing, battery life is fantastic at about 3 weeks or more. Auto connect when you enter the car is a great timesaver. Paired with a Podcast App to play through the speakers is a new world of possibilities