Reviews and Problems with Jabra FREEWAY In-Car Bluetooth
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Ok for what it is.
Brad "Self Professed Fantasy Geek, with some ..., Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Overall pretty decent. Voice control works fine, motion sensor works good. Biggest down fall for me, is the FM transmitter, very weak signal, tons of static on most channels, I find myself having to change stations multiple times even on short drives.
Summary: I got this for Mustang Convertible. I am a singer and use this to play my Music and lessons in the car from my I-phone. I really like it. I need to search for a better FM station though. The one that was preset has a little static sometimes. Very nice addition though.
Summary: When I decided to buy this I bought it having read all the feedback. I didn't have high expectations but I figured what he hell. I drive an M3 and have an iPhone 4S. I think it matters what car u have ( for FM) and what phone you have. I wanted it for Bluetooth streaming for podcasts. Based on the reviews if FM actually worked it would be a bonus. Ordered and got within 2days normal delivery - great. Charged it, synced all easy. Tried it no problem.
Summary: I was very skeptical about this product, but needed to find something that would be hands-free in the car that wasn't a headset. I have gone through every type of Bluetooth ear piece and headset out there and hated them all. They either weren't comfortable, didn't stay in my ear, or the sound was crap on either end. I was worried the sound would be bad with this product, but it's not at all.
Summary: The volume control needs more volume increments. It was either too loud or too soft in the volume. Also people would tell me that the conversation would sound jittery or a little broken up. I thought that was from a weak signal but I had 5 bars and so did they so it was not a signal issue. I usually pumped the sound through FM on the radio, this worked very well.