Yea I also use the Jawbone2 and its amazing the difference from others.....I now have BT built in to my car so I use that but when I'm in my other I use the jawbone and I can have the windows down and they can still hear me and not the wind. It really is great. Hope this helps
yea not to mention you can still hear them, it gets quite loud... really is an exceptional piece of equipment
Jawbone is the way to go. Won't regret it. It really does work as they say.
I am using a Plantronics Voyager 520 and it's the best BT headset I have ever used. Been using it for about 6 months and it has never disconnected while in use.
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Plantronics makes excellent BT's, IMO there are a very close second to Jawbone. Jawbone noise cancellation works better but Plantronics incoming and outgoing audio are fantastic. The 520 is a mighty fine choice
Originally Posted by acme anvil
I should qualify my last post by saying it did actually disconnect on me last week. I realized it when it beeped in my ear and I thought it quite odd. Then I realized that I had just returned to my second floor office and my BB was still in my vehicle out in the parking lot (some 60 feet from where I was standing). Not too bad!
Well... after 4.5 yrs. of venerable service, my Z9 (flashed with Z9i firmware) finally died.:17:
Was very impressed with this little beauty, which is what compelled my wife to get her V1.
So... after shopping around for a decent replacement, a friend of mine suggested that I give the JB Prime another try. Reluctantly... I decided to give it another shot.
This time around, I was amazed on how well it operated. I guess my previous one was defective.
All I've got to say is get this latest and greatest from Aliph is well worth the investment.
Trust me... you wont be sorry.
I was using the Oakley Razrwire for a couple years. It worked flawlessly with both my old motorola razor and my storm. Got stolen out of my car a couple weeks ago, but another is on the way (not in stock locally...)
Thing I liked best was it comes attached (removable) to a pair of light grey sunglasses, and can be set up so it doesn't even touch your ear at all. Sound quality is superb and, although I never really leave my phone unattended, I was able to cruise all over my apartment without the phone and it never lost signal. Outside noise wasn't a problem, since you can attach it to either side of the glasses for driving, and the foam covers on the ear piece muffle wind noise pretty well.
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