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Jabra versus Plantronics

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

Specifications - Plantronics

I had to search for these - they're not in the Plantronics manual.

  1. Bluetooth Compliance: Bluetooth v? devices that support the headset and hands-free profiles.
  2. Bluetooth radio power: ? (probably 2.5 milliWatts).
  3. Headset weight: 1+ oz./30 g.
  4. Typical Talk Time: 8 hours; Standby Time: 200 hours; Charging Time: 2 hours.
  5. Rechargeable NiMH user-replaceable battery.
  6. Not waterproof.
  7. The body has a length of ~ 3+ inches/8 cm and a width of ~ 1-1/8 inches/3 cm. At its thickest point near the speaker, it is ~ 1-1/8 inches/3 cm.

Controls/Displays: Power/Mute button, Talk button, Volume rocker switch and indicator light.

The power/mute button is a very small button along the side of the headset, raised up from a depressed "control panel" which also contains the volume control. Press and hold until the indicator flashes green to turn on. Press and hold to turn off.

The Talk button is a larger half-oval on top of the headset.

Press and release the Talk button to answer a call.

Press and release the Talk button to transfer a call to the headset from the phone.

Press and hold the Talk button for two seconds to initiate voice dialing.

Press and release the Talk button to end a call.

Mute function: press and release the power/mute button to mute a call. Two short beeps will sound when mute is initiated and every 60 seconds while mute is enabled. This is not a feature on the Jabra.

The volume control is a small rocker switch along the side of the headset in a depressed area. It has an arrow head pointing out at each end of the switch. The increase volume side has a raised arrow head; the decrease volume side has a depressed arrow head. The headset beeps when either the min or max volume is reached.

Indicator light: Red/Green LED. The indicator flashes green on power on and red on power off. It flashes green during a call.

Low battery warning: The headset will emit a beep every 20 seconds when battery is low and the indicator will flash red when battery needs to be recharged.

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