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  1. #1
    Steve
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    I had the same problem with the HBH15 and then the HBH60. What I did to sort
    it was to record the voice dials with background noise, by using a wired
    headset while driving and instead of saying "home" use "landline". If you
    make the tags longer it has better chance of recognizing them

    Or, get a Jabra BT250, dogs bollocks!!!!






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  2. #2
    Mr Rip Curl
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    Re: Bluetoothe Handsfree headsets

    "Jamie Tracey" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > I've tried the old SE HBH 15 and now the SE HBH65 headset in the car and
    > when it comes to voice dialling in the car, either my car is too noisy or
    > the headsets are rubbish because the success rate at voice calls is less
    > than 15%.
    >
    > Anyone else have more success than me? What headset are you using?
    >
    > regards
    >
    > Jamie


    I have an old HBH15 and no serious problems (about ninety percent
    success). Have you turned the air conditioning off? I used to have a
    problem with other people hearing me properly and the voice dial first
    time I used it in the car, but once the a/c off I was fine. The ten
    percent I have problems with are virtually all people with multiple
    numbers (ie, if I just say "Call John" and he only has one number
    there's never a problem, but if I say "Call John" and then have to
    differentiate between "Home", Mobile" or "Work" there is sometimes a
    problem, but I've usually put that down to bad timing on my part as am
    unable to see my phone screen whilst driving for the prompt and have
    to estimate the delay before the phone, a T68i in my case, requests
    which number).



  3. #3
    Jamie Tracey
    Guest

    Re: Bluetoothe Handsfree headsets

    Sorry for the delay in replying.

    Steve, Thanks for the tip I'll try doing what you did - and indeed I used
    'home' and such.

    Jamie

    "Steve" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I had the same problem with the HBH15 and then the HBH60. What I did to

    sort
    > it was to record the voice dials with background noise, by using a wired
    > headset while driving and instead of saying "home" use "landline". If you
    > make the tags longer it has better chance of recognizing them
    >
    > Or, get a Jabra BT250, dogs bollocks!!!!
    >
    >
    >






  4. #4
    Jamie Tracey
    Guest

    Re: Bluetoothe Handsfree headsets

    "Mr Rip Curl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Jamie Tracey" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > I've tried the old SE HBH 15 and now the SE HBH65 headset in the car and
    > > when it comes to voice dialling in the car, either my car is too noisy

    or
    > > the headsets are rubbish because the success rate at voice calls is less
    > > than 15%.
    > >
    > > Anyone else have more success than me? What headset are you using?
    > >
    > > regards
    > >
    > > Jamie

    >
    > I have an old HBH15 and no serious problems (about ninety percent
    > success). Have you turned the air conditioning off? I used to have a
    > problem with other people hearing me properly and the voice dial first
    > time I used it in the car, but once the a/c off I was fine. The ten
    > percent I have problems with are virtually all people with multiple
    > numbers (ie, if I just say "Call John" and he only has one number
    > there's never a problem, but if I say "Call John" and then have to
    > differentiate between "Home", Mobile" or "Work" there is sometimes a
    > problem, but I've usually put that down to bad timing on my part as am
    > unable to see my phone screen whilst driving for the prompt and have
    > to estimate the delay before the phone, a T68i in my case, requests
    > which number).


    Thanks for the feedback - no aircon though :-(

    Jamie





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