Jabra A125S Bluetooth Adapter Carte Réseau et Adaptateurs
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Description du produit
Jabra A125s ? la technologie stéréo Bluetooth pour votre iPod! Ecoutez de la musique en stéréo sans fils à partir de votre iPod grâce à l?adaptateur Jabra A125s, tout en restant en contact avec votre téléphone portable Bluetooth. Il vous suffit de brancher l?adaptateur Jabra A125s sur votre iPod, de l?appairer avec l?oreillette stéréo Bluetooth BT620s de Jabra, d?appuyer sur lecture, et le tour est joué ! Et si vous attendez un appel important, ou que vous souhaitez juste rester joignable, vous pouvez également appairer votre oreillette stéréo Bluetooth Jabra avec votre téléphone portable en même temps. Cet adaptateur est compatible avec la plupart des iPods, iPods mini et iPods nano.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
What I don't understand is why there seem to be various different versions of this Jabra BT adapter here on Amazon. There's this one (I purchased it and got one that turned out to be the A125s.), one called "Jabra Bluetooth Music Adaptor for Ipod," another called "Bluetooth iPod Adapter," and another called "A125 JABRA BLUETOOTH IPOD ADAPTOR." Kind of confusing!
Anyway, it's still a bit early to tell, but other then some immediate issues getting it paired, it seems to stay paired whether it gets unplugged or not. This is because the Jabra has a battery built into it. I used to have an iCombi iPod Bluetooth Adapter before this and it sucked it's juice directly out of the iPod's battery and so every time I unplugged it, and plugged it back in, it had to be paired again. There are obviously pluses and minuses to each approach.
The Jabra is more bulky then the iCombi. This is bad for obvious reasons, but it's also good in that it makes it more visible. The iCombi was so compact that it was easily lost in plain view! That's actually why I bought this - I lost my iCombi. It could actually be somewhere in my car or my house, but it's so small that it can hid really well! The picture here of the Jabra makes it look like it's wafer-thin, but in fact it is as thick as my 160GB Classic (or the older 60GB/80GB iPod Video).
The Jabra requires that you charge it in addition to your iPod and your BT headset. That's a lot of charging! So it's annoying and you have to deal with more chargers and batteries running out, etc. On the other hand, it's not depleting you iPod's battery, so especially when you're using it to watch videos, which take a lot of battery power, you know you're going to get your full X hours of video rather than something less.
The iCombi had some kind of fastener that made it so it would stay attached to the iPod and not come out unless you pressed these two buttons on its sides at the same time. The Jabra can be removed easily, and my skin case, even though it's just 1mm thick, makes it so the Jabra doesn't stick in very well. The slightest touch will make it come out. I'm going to have make a cut in that skin case to accommondate it!
The Jabra has a button on the side for added functionality which is good, except that I keep finding myself touching it inadvertantly and am wondering if that's going to cause problems down the road...
If I come up with any other feedback, I'll update this.
Works with the two stereo bluetooth headsets I paired them with (Lubix NC1 and the Plantronics Voyager 855). A2DP control was good, having the ability to control my iPod (30gb Video, 5th Gen) remotely was very convenient.
If you're moving, this is worthless. If you're in a heavy metropolitan area, where there could be much more bluetooth interference, this is worthless. I spend much of my time in Downtown San Francisco, and on my commute there, this worked. But, my commute involves me sitting down and not moving for half an hour. Once I get outside and start walking around, the audio cuts in and out CONSTANTLY. In fact, it's not just the audio that would cut out for a second or two (as is the habit with many bluetooth products), sometimes it would cut out for MINUTES AT A TIME. Unacceptable.
You'd also need good line of sight from this adapter and the headset you're using. For example, my iPod and adapter are in a bag pocket that I sling over my left shoulder. The bluetooth receiving end of my headset is in my right ear. Even when not moving, this causes problems. I tested this in my kitchen with my iPod on the counter to my right and the headset in my left ear and I stepped about 3 feet away. I got interference.
Also, the length I can step away without my music cutting out is 10 feet or less. While 10 feet is what is advertised on most specs for this item, my older bluetooth adapter, the Logitech Freepulse, can get twice that, sometimes more. And, that adapter had way less frequent drop-outs, and you don't need perfect line of sight. The only reason I don't use that more is that it doesn't support remote control from my headset.
Ease of use is also a pain in the ass. The light on the device is hard to see in the daylight, so sometimes I'd have to guess if I turned it off properly or not. Also, if I sync this to the my Plantronics headset first, then my headset to my phone, I lose audio from the Jabra until I do some fancy combination of detaching it, pressing its multifunction button, and pressing the button on my headset.
Also, there are no clasps on the connector, meaning this has a very good chance of falling off your iPod. While it never fully fell off, it did get loose a few times in my bag.
In short, this thing is useless. I could forgive almost everything else if only it didn't cut out as much. Losing audio for half a song makes this thing worthless. NOT RECOMMENDED AT ALL.