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hands free bluetooth speaker phones for car

by ramshah6 / March 9, 2008 5:30 AM PDT

I am looking for hands free speaker phone for my razor cell phone to use in car as our state is going for hand free talk on the road.

I am looking at Motorola T305 or t505 under $100.00. Any one has any feedback on comparison performance study or evaluation of these or similar speaker phones?

I geratly appreciate on this help, I hate to buy a product that does not work reasonably satisfactory if even if not 100% ideal!



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hands free device for auto.....
by msarp1 / March 14, 2008 8:35 PM PDT

Hello, I recently needed the same thing. I did not want a ear piece so I searched for another option. I came up with this:

This thing works awesome. All I do is turn it on and w/ phone on I make a call then put it in the center console. The Parrot receives the call and works great! I mount it on my visor. No problems. It even has built-in voice recognition software . I have not used it yet.
Hope this helps

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hands free device for cell phone use in auto
by ramshah6 / March 15, 2008 4:35 AM PDT

Thanks for the response. If I buy this I will sure to let members know how this Parrot turnds out.

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Motorola T305
by sheilasawr / March 16, 2008 3:22 AM PDT

Just wondered if you checked the Motorola T305 and if so why you went with the Parrot Minikit? The Motorola is much cheaper but I know that doesn't always mean the best choice. Thanks for your time.

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in car options
by msarp1 / March 16, 2008 3:41 AM PDT
In reply to: Motorola T305

Mo I did not check the T305 out. Having do just now , it seems like a good option.
From what I have seen with all these is compatibility problems with different phones, user error and call quality issues etc.
I have a Sony Ericsson K550i and my wife has a Samsung SYNQ and we have no problems connecting. and the call quality is very good.

You can not go wrong with the 305, 505 or the Parrot. Just do your research and check user feedbacks from places like and google search the items.

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hands free device for auto
by ramshah6 / March 17, 2008 4:10 AM PDT
In reply to: Motorola T305


I am zeroing on to this Motorola T303 model especially I have Motorola Razor - hoping that much more compatibility. Besides it is cheaper and did not hear anythying negative. Once I get it, use it and will post my findings so that our commiunity can benefit from my experience.

Thanks for your input.

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