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Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth Car Kit

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BlackBerry Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth Car Kit

Product Description

The Jabra FREEWAY in-car speakerphone makes hands-free calls sound better than ever – and makes controlling them effortless. It is the first in-car speaker-phone to have a 3-speaker stereo system and Virtual Surround sound, which makes the audio crisper, clearer and more vibrant than ever before. And with its dual-mic technology, you can say goodbye to unwanted background noise.

The Jabra FREEWAY is extraordinarily easy to operate. That’s because with the Jabra FREEWAY, voices are in control. To start with, voice guidance will talk you through setup and pairing. After that, it will announce the name of the incoming callers, ask if you want to accept their calls and will tell you battery level and connection status. You then simply use your own voice to make, answer, end, redial or reject calls - while keeping both hands safely on the wheel.

And there is no need to press buttons to turn the Jabra FREEWAY on or off. It automatically turns on when you get into your car and off when you get out.

Features:

  • Rich and crisp sound with 3 speakers and Virtual Surround sound
  • Use your voice to make and take calls completely hands-free
  • Announces the name of the incoming caller
  • Voice Guidance gives spoken battery level, paring instructions and connection status
  • Multiuse - Connects to 2 Bluetooth® devices at the same time
  • A2DP streaming for playback of music, podcasts and directions from GPS applications
  • Up to 14 hours talk time and up to 40 days standby time

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Star Star Star Star Star COOL Kit!
User: Eric L, Sep 13, 2012
Lovin it! ... a wonderful innovation for hands free.
Star Star Star Star Star The Best hands free option for your vehicle It beats the rest
User: Jojoe H, Jun 5, 2012
Pros: Awesome call quality, Dramatic enhanced driving experience with all the options
Cons: -
As far as Call Clarity goes and giving you a excellent hands free option for your car this is the best option!!

My list of favorite things about this device which I use for BB is the speaker quality and call enhancements noise canceling with 3 speakers and two mic. designed very well overall great quality top notch. I use it everyday on the road.

Has F.M. option so you can use your vehicles Speaker system. I can play my music or audio files stored on my BB then the jabra links it to my cars audio system and you get your streaming music while you drive and your calls will still come through as well.
It talks to you and just respond with simple commands very easy once you get the hang of it.

Tip: if your going to use the F.M. option and you get static adjust the stations and place the jabra closer to your cars antenna for best results.

If you drive a new model car most come with the bluetooth feature already built in. But if it does not then this is the way to go. you can bring it with you as well I use it for conference calls and it works great in the office.

Or if your someone who does not want to wear an earpiece this device is also a great option. If your in the market of a device such as this Go with the Jabra . I tried the motorola version and it was horrible quality. Try it or check out Jabra freeway website for a video. Then come back to Crackberry.com and order it here they have best price for it.
Star Star Star Star Star Not a pleasurable experience
User: Craig S, May 12, 2015
Pros: Nice looking package, strong volume, intuitive switch interface
Cons: Stupid voice interpreter. No mute indication.
Jabra has always been known for its superb quality and function. This was my second Jabra device and it, too is lacking. I tested it with my iPhone 5S and everything functioned fine except 9 times out of ten, it would not pair properly. Working with my wifes Q10 was a bit more challenging.

Stupid thing #1. The first problem we had was that the Freeway would not recognize our voice commands to it. Saying Battery got a response of you can say.. over and over again until we figured out the device Mute button was active. I would think that if the device was expecting a voice input and the mute button would prevent it from hearing it, the device would say something like mute on or something useful.

Stupid thing #2. Nice LEDs for the FM, Voice and phone icon. NONE for the Mute button. That would have been a strong hint that the device could not hear us.

Stupid thing #3. While attaching to my iPhone, touching the voice button on the Freeway and saying the words Voice commands gets you to Siri, just fine. Then you can do anything the phone lets you. Paired to the Q10, pushing voice and saying voice commands gets you nothing. Saying Voice control gets you.. unpaired! The Freeway disconnects from the Q10 and goes through its initial set of pairing instructions. The only way I found to reconnect is to go into the Q10 bluetooth menu and enabling a search for devices or you can power cycle the Freeway and it will reconnect. Not what you want to be doing in a hands free environment traveling down the road at 70 mph.

Stupid thing #4. Seems Redialing is the default function of the device when it does not understand what you want to do. And whomever you called last gets to talk to you and you can apologize and tell them it was the Jabra Freeway not understanding what you asked it to do. After the third time, this gets old.

Stupid thing #5. Pressing voice and saying voice commands creates a very interesting response. Calling [female voice] Voice assist [male voice]. This causes the Q10 to dial itself! Not surprisingly, the line is busy.

Stupid thing #6. Updating the FW on the device makes it a new device. You have to drop the device from your BT list and find it like it was a new device. Not intuitive, thats for sure.

To be honest, we hadnt done much with voice control on the Q10 and needed to get it activated. But I got it all set up, properly. To verify that, I paired with my LG tone and it works like a charm! I was able to call, text and get texts read with no problem at all.

Another problem was navigational voice from the Q10. It broke up like a bad cell connection. Couldnt hear a bit of clearly enough to use. That might be a Q10 problem, not sure. But the phone calls came through loud and clear. I didnt try that function with my iPhone.

Pressing voice and saying phone commands does get you to the voice control on the Q10 most of the time but not always. Just dont use the term voice something or have a lot of background noise and the results are more consistent. So I raised the rating to 2 stars since saying just the right thing when sitting on the kitchen counter does allow it to work properly, but one wrong word and youre down a rat hole quickly.

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