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    I'd like to hear from anyone using a BT headset with navivoice

    I've read thru the "which mic" thread but i'm more interested in hearing from people who actually use a BT headset. I'm lookin on ebay n the moto HS850 is selling for a penny! I've already got a dongle n it seems like this is the cheapest n most conveinient way to go. So what are the drawbacks? Do BT headsets not come with noise cancelation? I've read that BT comes with tricky drivers on the pc. Would this affect it? I'm tryin to decide on this or a logitech and some experience would help

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    notta one huh? Maybe the logitech is the way to go.

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    I think MoFo has a bluetooth headset. Try searching for bluetooth in the NaviVoice forum maybe

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    While I can't comment on using a BT headset on a computer, I can comment on the Jabra BT250 (BT200, maybe... something like that).

    I use my Jabra BT2?? with my Nokia 6210. The headset appears quite big and bulky but after about five minutes of wearing it, you almost forget its there (I've done it before). The range on the bluetooth is really quite surprising. I can have my phone sitting in my living room and walk all around my apartment with no signal loss. Phones stays put on the charger. I can even go out on my front and back porches but will start to loose signal then. Reception is actually really good. It's probabl equal to or better than talking on the actual phone. Battery life is also excellent. I charge it maybe once a week. (Tip: The Jabra BT charger takes the same plug as Nokia phones... car charger...) Voice dial works about 50% of the time. I can tag each person in my phone book with a voice tag. To dial through the headset, I simply push the button once, phone beeps, and I say the person's voice tag. But you have to say the voice tag EXACTLY as you recorded it or the phone will get confused.

    Anyway, the only real down fall about the headset is it like to pick up wind noise. I can be standing outside my apartment smoking and the wind would blow through and effectively kill the other person's ability to hear me. It also posses a problem when I would b driving with the windows down. Receive a call; windows go up.

    Initally when I bought my Jabra BT I intended on returning it. Salesguy gave me a ten percent discount with a 7-day no questions asked return policy. So I figured sure. I'll give it a try and probably return it. Nope. I love it and will never bother with a corded headset again or even put the cell phone up to my ear (maybe). Granted, if I'm not wearing the Jabra BT then that would mean one more thing to carry in my already overstuffed pockets.

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    look into the moto 810 it is by far the best headset in the moto line.

    If you wanna be a baller like me tho look into the Bluespoon Digital.
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    Feel free to ask me any Bluetooth headset questions and I will try to help. I am still learning about portaling thru windows so I should be avid in that in a short while.

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