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  1. #1
    Nick
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    Hi ya,

    Really enjoying the P800 (had it for 2 weeks)

    now i want to get a bluetooth headset for the car.

    What's good and what's not and where's cheap?

    thanks in advance

    nick





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  2. #2
    Paul Ward
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth headset for the P800

    I got an HBH-35 for 65 quid from a German company that advertise on eBay -
    it does a great job.

    P.

    "Nick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi ya,
    >
    > Really enjoying the P800 (had it for 2 weeks)
    >
    > now i want to get a bluetooth headset for the car.
    >
    > What's good and what's not and where's cheap?
    >
    > thanks in advance
    >
    > nick
    >
    >








  3. #3
    Adrian
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth headset for the P800

    Nick ([email protected]) gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying :

    > Really enjoying the P800 (had it for 2 weeks)
    >
    > now i want to get a bluetooth headset for the car.
    >
    > What's good and what's not and where's cheap?


    Just got a Motorola HS810 delivered from Expansys. Very impressed. Light and
    comfortable, and sounds good. Voice dialling works better from that than it
    ever did from the phone itself.

    There's a question, though, for anybody wot might know....

    What *is* the point of "Automatic" BlueTooth mode on my T68(non-i)? Playing
    with it, it doesn't seem to do anything - incoming call doesn't go to the
    headset, outgoing call can't be made.



  4. #4
    dummy
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth headset for the P800

    Hi Adrian,
    The automatic mode is for sending / receiving addresses or calendar data,
    so if you say Contact, receive, bluetooth, it will turn bluetooth on for a
    few minutes .
    makes your phone discoverable so the other person can discover your phone
    and
    send it to you. Similarly it turns Bluetooth on until you have sent one.
    Same for most of the SE range. Saves you having to go through several
    menu's.
    Rgds,
    Tom.
    "Adrian" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Nick ([email protected]) gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying :
    >
    > > Really enjoying the P800 (had it for 2 weeks)
    > >
    > > now i want to get a bluetooth headset for the car.
    > >
    > > What's good and what's not and where's cheap?

    >
    > Just got a Motorola HS810 delivered from Expansys. Very impressed. Light

    and
    > comfortable, and sounds good. Voice dialling works better from that than

    it
    > ever did from the phone itself.
    >
    > There's a question, though, for anybody wot might know....
    >
    > What *is* the point of "Automatic" BlueTooth mode on my T68(non-i)?

    Playing
    > with it, it doesn't seem to do anything - incoming call doesn't go to the
    > headset, outgoing call can't be made.






  5. #5
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth headset for the P800

    Adrian <[email protected]> wrote:

    > What *is* the point of "Automatic" BlueTooth mode on my
    > T68(non-i)? Playing with it, it doesn't seem to do anything -
    > incoming call doesn't go to the headset,


    That definitely should work. And it does with both HBH-15 and HBH-30
    I use(d). Maybe a problem of Mot-vs-/// pairing?

    > outgoing call can't be
    > made.


    That's true. For that you need the mode set to "Automatic".

    Btw, what we are talking here has nothing to do with what "dummy"
    wrote: He describes the "Discoverable for 3 Minutes" function (at
    least that's what it's called in my T39 menu).

    M.



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