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Jabra versus Plantronics

08/28/04 | by JAdP | Categories: Mobile and Wireless, Toys and Tools, TIA Tools & Toys, Bluetooth

Using the Headsets

Interestingly, the Plantronics does not release the Bluetooth connection after making a call. I need to shut it down to connect to the phone with my Tungsten|T. The Jabra releases the connection after each function. I need to research this more. My observations have been that you can not have multiple nodes simultaneously active on the PAN, but I need to confirm this.


Bug or feature. &#59;) Comparing the Plantronics to the Jabra shows an interesting difference. With the phone settings the same, and no way to change the headset settings that I've found so far, these two headsets hold the Bluetooth connection differently. The Jabra connects, releases and reconnects for every step; this seems to cause the Jabra to miss some data transfer. The Plantronics seems to hold the connection until you turn off the headset; it gets everything but is annoying when I want to connect my Palm via Bluetooth to the phone. Let's say I've used each of the headsets to issue the voice command to call you on your cell, but I don't get a connection. So I wait until I know I'm in a good cell zone and issue the command to redial. On the Jabra, I touch the multi-function switch, wait for beep (BT connect) then boop (issue name command) "Chris", phone says "Chris", then boop (issue location command) "mobile", phone says "mobile"; then I get ba-blooop - no cell sound from phone; later I touch the multi-function switch on the Jabra, wait for beep (BT connect) then boop (issue name command) "redial", phone says "redial", then BT connection goes away until the headset reconnects with the phone in the middle of a ring. On the Plantronics, I hold the TALK switch for about 2 second until I hear a beep (BT connect) then boop (issue name command) "Chris", phone says "Chris", then boop (issue location command) "mobile", phone says "mobile"; then oddly enough no sounds; later I hold down the TALK switch again until the beep (BT connect) then boop (issue name command) "redial", phone says "redial", but the BT connection sticks and I hear the phone repeat "Chris - Mobile" and it rings. So... bug or feature?

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