Jabra SP700 Kit piéton Bluetooth Technologie de haut-parleur
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Description du produit
Jabra propose une technologie de haut-parleur dernier cri le SP700. Ce nouveau haut-parleur élégant et polyvalent sutilise seul ou pour transmettre les appels au système audio de votre voiture sans aucune installation. De plus, cet appareil compact peut également vous servir à écouter de la musique stockée dans votre téléphone portable via les haut-parleurs de votre voiture, ce qui vous permet d'écouter vos titres préférés pendant que vous conduisez.
Convivial pour les conducteurs le Jabra SP700 offre un meilleur niveau de convivialité et de sécurité. Les annonces sonores intuitives vous indiquent le statut des haut-parleurs afin que vous puissiez surveiller la route en permanence. De plus, vous bénéficiez dune excellente qualité audio grâce à la technologie DSP de réduction du bruit et de suppression de lécho qui garantit une qualité sonore exceptionnelle pour les deux interlocuteurs.
Le SP700 conserve le design Jabra, avec une ligne élégante et ultramince qui se mariera facilement avec lintérieur de votre voiture. Appariez le SP700 avec votre téléphone portable et fixez-le sur le pare-soleil de votre voiture il ny a rien de plus simple.
Haut-parleur Bluetooth. À utiliser avec votre autoradio
Passez et prenez des appels facilement et sans danger
Un design épuré
Facile à utiliser et ne nécessite aucune installation
Excellente qualité sonore technologie avancée DSP de réduction du bruit et suppression de lécho
Annonces sonores afin que vous ne quittiez pas la route des yeux
Chargeur de voiture pour une commodité optimale
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çà fonctionne super bien.
Seul petit bémol (léger) : votre pare-soleil doit être assez "épais" pour bien tenir.
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The biggest challenge for me is learning not to shout!
I have gotten a few complaints of echo (i.e. caller hears bits of their own voice) when using the built-in speaker. Using the FM transmitter seems to eliminate this problem.
I wish Jabra would've used a standard mini-usb connector for charging and also provided an 1/8" hardwired output to plug into my car stereo aux port.
The FM transmitter is a great feature, but FM is frustratingly noisy in big metro areas.
I did discover a cool trick for getting better FM reception that other US users might be able to try (provided their radio supports different country settings):
My FM radio has a setting for USA and Europe, and the European setting includes both odd and even frequencies.
With the FM radio set to the European setting, tune in to an even frequency (like 89.2 MHz, for example) the SP700 tunes in 0.1MHz increments, so you can tune to match and nobody else is supposed to be using that frequency.
Works much better, and I'll have fun, fun, fun until the FCC takes my SP700 away ;^)
With the ease and speed that it connects, I find that I'm using it every time I get in my car. The sound of the speakerphone is fine and people on the other end of calls seem to be able to hear me well enough. I love that I can receive calls in my car without ever getting my phone out of my pocket.
I was quite suprised how well the FM transmitter worked. Just push the button once and it turns on and announces what frequency it is broadcasting to. It has always been 88.1 so I use a preset to simplify the process. The frequency is also adjustable using the volume buttons and it announces each one that you change it to. The hardest part is getting my phone out and setting it up to play music. Once that is done, the sound that starts playing over the car's speakers is very impressive. After reading some of the reviews, I wasn't expecting too much but I've been quite pleased. It is also very nice to have a phone conversation with this set-up. It has the feel of having an integrated cell phone in your car similar to Synch or Onstar.
The packaging is very simple which at first seemed a bit strange but there was a sheet inside the package to let you know that this was intentionally done to save on useless expensive packaging meant to help sell things on the shelf of a store. Which is not really needed for internet sales. Once I thought about it, it made sense to get rid of the waste. Some reviews have complained about this but in the end I thought this was a good thing. I didn't have to cut it out of the bubble packages or throw so much extra trash in the landfill.
Additionally, the FM transmitter is scratchy. It is annoying when you turn the volume up to normal listening range and you hear a consistent scratchy sound in the background.
I hope they get the kinks taken care of. I've opened a case with Jabra. I hope they have a fix. I might try another one to see if this is an isolated case. I'm really disappointed!
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.
UPDATE: Jabra has quite a range and I have to be careful to remember to turn it off. Once, when in a building with my car outside, my phone rang. The Jabra picked it up, so I couldn't answer it, at least not before the call was lost.
UPDATE: I have now been on the receiving end of the Jabra calls and it echoes. I really don't like it. I can always tell if my brother is using it and I have a difficult time hearing him. I will lower the star rating by two stars for this.
Now no bluetooth earphone or handsfree device I've tried has perfect sound --- my generation's hearing is somewhat challenged so there's always someone who can't make out what I'm saying but I've called them back using the cell phone and NO handsfree device and they say the sound 'hasn't changed a bit'. That said, most people tell me that I'm coming across 'loud and clear' and now I feel safer (and more legal here in California) now that I've got this device in my 2004 Toyota Sienna van. I have built-in bluetooth in my Prius which is my daily use vehicle but the van which we use to carry our bikes when my wife and I go biking several times per week was missing this feature and now the Jabra has supplied it.
I haven't tested other bluetooth speakerphones so I can't compare. I just can say that I'm completely satisfied with this new accessory.