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Just saw this when browsing, reduced by over £44!

Not sure how good they are, but seems pretty cheap


Blurb:

Have it both ways The Jabra BT325s connects to both your music player and your Bluetooth® mobile phone through one cool headset. So now you can enjoy your music and know you're not going to miss out on any call.

Pure convenience: Music fades when a call comes in, and you can answer or reject your call by simply pressing or tapping the answer/end button. The best part is that, when you've answered it, you don't have to do a thing. Your call is transferred via Bluetooth from your mobile phone to your music headphones. When you've finished talking, the music continues automatically.

In control: With the Jabra BT325s headset, all advanced Bluetooth mobile phone controls are at your fingertips. You can redial numbers, hold and reject calls, etc. all without accessing your mobile phone. You can also exchange the in-the-box headphones with another set and still enjoy the wireless connection to your mobile phone!

Flexible: Use your own headphones with a standard 3.5 mm jack and still enjoy same dual functionality.

Box Contents :-

* Jabra BT325s Bluetooth Headset
* Jabra BT325s Headphones
* User Manual
* Charger: AC power adaptor , Input: AC 100-240V/50-60Hz/80mA, Output: DC 5V/500mA.
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#1
Handy thing to have maybe but I nearly ordered this thinking I could connect to my Samsing U-800 and use it as a bluetooth stereo headset i.e to listen to music. As far as I can tell it does not do that...if I am wrong then it is a bargain...but this seems like a (bulky) set of earphones that fase out your MP3 to allow a bluetooth call etc.
#2
never been £49.99 in their live. i got them for about £10.00 fairly good. but ive lost the charger
#3
splinters;3019529
Handy thing to have maybe but I nearly ordered this thinking I could connect to my Samsing U-800 and use it as a bluetooth stereo headset i.e to listen to music. As far as I can tell it does not do that...if I am wrong then it is a bargain...but this seems like a (bulky) set of earphones that fase out your MP3 to allow a bluetooth call etc.


I have a similar MSI unit that I use with my own headphones for listening to music from the PC, and sometimes use it for VOIP calls too, although I normally use a standard bluetooth headset for that. Handy to be able to wander about.

As to it being used for stereo playback on your phone, it all depends whether your phone supports A2DP, otherwise you are likely to only get the usual phone connection, in poor quality mono, if anything at all!
From web sites, it APPEARS to support this, so you should be OK

Most Bluetooth dongles support A2DP so you will most probably be able to use it with your PC this way anyway
#4
Would this be any good for a PS3 using in-game voice chat?
#5
My phone does support A2DP but I decided against this after seeing a video of it in action...I will wait for something a bit more elegant. Decent price though although a quick search of the web shows a similar price in a few stores.
#6
I have the BT320 which appears to be nearly identical to this phone. I got it about 6 months ago and have not had that much success with it with my phone, (ie temperamental as to whether it will connect in A2DP mode or not). Also if you have a smart phone which is running Windows Mobile 5, you will need to do a software unlock and then 'hack' the operating system to enable A2DP.
#7
Sorry guys im pretty sure these aint A2DP.

Think of them as normal 3.5mm headphones that also act as a bluetooth headset for your phone for calls. Listen to music on your mp3 player and then take a sepearate call from the phone.
#8
N1XUK;3023471
Sorry guys im pretty sure these aint A2DP.

Think of them as normal 3.5mm headphones that also act as a bluetooth headset for your phone for calls. Listen to music on your mp3 player and then take a sepearate call from the phone.


No.

A2DP[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3] (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) [/SIZE][/FONT]is built into the connecting device, all it is is the protocol to allow it to connect to wireless headphones in both modes! So it is a matter of whether the phone, or the dongle/software supports it - most (if not all, as I have not seen one that doesn't) Bluetooth headphones have both stereo headphone and mono headphone plus microphone profiles built it, but will only work in both if the transmitting device has the necessary functionality!

For example, my partner has a Sony Ericsson Walkman phone W8101) which despite it being Bluetooth AND a purpose designed mp3 playing model has NO A2DP, so doesn't connect in stereo wirelessly:-( More recent SE phones DO though!

Older bluetooth dongles for PCs came with usually Bluesoleil or Widdcomm software that did NOT support this protocol, however most will support it with current versions of the software.
Depending on the software, and depending on the phone, how it allows switching to the phone (or VOIP software) when a call comes in varies - phones usually switch fine, without any intervention, that's what they were designed for - but I find even the Bluesoleil version with the VOIP add-in will not switch music off and go to calls on the PC, so I need to do it manually AT the PC, so it is not so convenient :-( It is supposed to work with Skype though, but I don't use Skype!

My biggest reservation is the fact it is Jabra! I wold have bought one as a spare had it been any other brand
I have a Jabra bluetooth headset, and it is dire! :-(

Review here answers some questions, and seems to confirm what I was on about with phones, and with other music players:
http://www.macworld.co.uk/ipod-itunes/reviews/index.cfm?reviewid=2411

Website with datasheet and manuals here:
http://www.jabra.com/Sites/Jabra/UK-UK/support/Pages/JabraBT325s.aspx
#9
The Jabra brand is why it's so cheap. It's rubbish from my own experiences.
#10
tsimehC;3025478
The Jabra brand is why it's so cheap. It's rubbish from my own experiences.


Exactly! :-(
#11
What bluetooth headset would one reccomend to use whilst running?

I have a N95 8GB that does support A2DP and also use it as an MP3 player. However jogging with the usual headphones in is very difficult !!

I'm after a decent set of bluetooth ones that will stay in my ear and also connect to my phone. Lightweight would be benificial I guess!!

Thanks
Steve
#12
Steevee;3025741
What bluetooth headset would one reccomend to use whilst running?

I have a N95 8GB that does support A2DP and also use it as an MP3 player. However jogging with the usual headphones in is very difficult !!

I'm after a decent set of bluetooth ones that will stay in my ear and also connect to my phone. Lightweight would be benificial I guess!!

Thanks
Steve


You might have more luck in a runner's or sports chat site! :oops:

With this type of receiver, you can use any standard 3.5mm plug headset you like, so if you know of a headphone set you CAN run with, then it would work with that.
Not sure it offers any benefit to a wired set though, as it still has a cable, and the receiver is going to be the better part of same size as a small mp3 player anyway, and that will probably need clipping, or suspending in the same way, or putting in a pocket! Can you get adapters for 3.5mm wired headphones with the N96? (A quick Google proves you CAN!)

Bluetooth headsets that have no cable (ie. with the electronics all in the headphone shells might be best, but they are going to be heavier than standard ones too!

I sympathise though - I have odd shaped ear canals so ALL in-ear sets drive me MAD, and shell types drive me mad anyway. I long for the days before the over-headband type with in-ear speakers died out. They use the band to hold in place, yet still go partly in the ear canal so are ideal for me for comfort and stability. I still have ONE old working pair, and dread them wearing out! :-)
#13
Steevee
What bluetooth headset would one reccomend to use whilst running?

I have a N95 8GB that does support A2DP and also use it as an MP3 player. However jogging with the usual headphones in is very difficult !!

I'm after a decent set of bluetooth ones that will stay in my ear and also connect to my phone. Lightweight would be benificial I guess!!

Thanks
Steve


Motorola S9 maybe £29.99 at play.com before quidco.
:)
#14
My Jabra 320S is FANTASTIC.

So good in fact I bought two when they were listed here months ago. Works great with my laptop bluetooth, works great with several sony ericsons and my current Skypephone.


Never tried the 325S but they look a little silly with a 3.5mm plug!
#15
yabbas;3042269
My Jabra 320S is FANTASTIC.

So good in fact I bought two when they were listed here months ago. Works great with my laptop bluetooth, works great with several sony ericsons and my current Skypephone.


Never tried the 325S but they look a little silly with a 3.5mm plug!


My Jabra 5010 is a steaming pile :-(

Seeing as most headphones come with a 3.5mm plug, I don't get the "silly" thing :?
#16
Steevee
What bluetooth headset would one reccomend to use whilst running?

I have a N95 8GB that does support A2DP and also use it as an MP3 player. However jogging with the usual headphones in is very difficult !!

I'm after a decent set of bluetooth ones that will stay in my ear and also connect to my phone. Lightweight would be benificial I guess!!

Thanks
Steve


I use a SE HBH980 with my w880i, it's great, can't fault it and would recommend them highly (about £50 from fleabay).

When I first got it I was annoyed that you can only navigate tracks by next/previous but after using it for 3 months it's actually not a problem - I've got 4gb of stuff on my phone and it's all tracks I like anyway so I'm happy to leave it on random.

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