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SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black

SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black
SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black


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SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Automobile kit-Black


SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black

Introducing the SuperTooth Buddy, a Bluetooth hands-free automobile kit requiring no installation – just clip it on your sun visor! Buddy is compact however function wealthy, with full automatic pairing. You can even use up to two mobile phones simultaneously–and when returning to your car, Buddy will automatically re-connect to your mobile telephone. With 20 hours of speak time and 40 days of stand-by time you can count on Buddy for critical calls. You will enjoy echo and noise-free of charge conversations due to a powerful speaker and DSP technologies. Other features include: Volume Control, Contact waiting and Last contact redial, Voice recognition dialing (with supporting mobile phones). You can drive protected and un-distracted with your new Buddy!

  • Swift clip-on for sun visor
  • Hands-free resolution can pair to 2 phones simultaneously
  • Final contact redial, reject incoming contact
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
  • Voice recognition dialling (if phone supports)

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Query by chiller09: How can I hear my cell phone navigation louder?
I have a metropcs samsung freeform cell telephone. I use the navigation system often that comes with the telephone. Nonetheless, when driving the navigation volume is too low to hear. What device can I use to hear it louder?

P.S. I bought a motorola T305 bluetooth vehicle kit speaker to see if that would make the navigation voice louder but it only work with calls. Is there a way to use it with the navigation voice also?

Best answer:

Answer by Nicholas
Just a believed, but have you tried placing the telephone in speaker mode. I do not feel the T305 can be employed just as a speaker. You would require a unit that supports the audio profile (A2DP – Advanced Audio Distribution) as well as the phone profile (HFP – Hands Totally free Profile). Other than that, you could use a plug in speaker, or attempt a wireless modulator to play it over your factory radio if it does not have an aux input.

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What customers say about SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black?

  1. 177 of 184 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple to use, bluetooth might be a little too strong!, August 18, 2011
    By 
    Dean! (Dallas, TX) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black (Electronics)

    SUMMARY:
    =============
    This is a simple device and easy to use, but sometimes the Bluetooth stays connected through-out the house, while my truck is in the driveway. This is the main reason I give this 4-stars. Charging port is under the device and if you are running low, it is hard to keep it mounted while stuffing the charging cord in between the device and the sun-visor. That is a minor reason why I also give it 4-stars. [See Update at bottom, recently lowered to 3-stars]

    What’s in the box:
    ====================
    1. SuperTooth Buddy bluetooth device
    2. Car charger that uses mini-USB
    3. Magnetic clip that allows you to use the device with the sun-visor closed or open

    What I like about this:
    ========================
    1. Simple to setup and use; it gets the job done!
    2. I press the green button and I can do voice-dialing the same way as I do with just my phone.
    3. Seems like a pretty good battery charge, seeing how I never turn it off… probably 2-3 weeks worth, but I do not make lenghty calls in my car
    4. Good price
    5. Good volume, nice and loud
    6. Callers report my voice sounds clear, though they can tell I’m on a speakerphone
    7. Seems to work well in this Texas heat, which probably exceeds 120degrees inside the car in July/August, my Motorola T-325 did not. [See Update!!]

    What I don’t like about this:
    =============================
    1. No caller id, it only rings or you have to look at your phone display – for $20 more, the Jabra Cruiser2 and Motorola T-325 announces the caller’s name!
    2. Bluetooth signal is almost too strong. I’ve parked my car in the driveway and sometimes it stays connected. I kid you not, but I take aluminum foil and just wrap it around my phone when I come home and usually the bluetooth signal drops and it disconnects.

    Why don’t I just turn off bluetooth on my phone?? Well, more times than not, every time I turn off Bluetooth on the phone, I forget to turn it back on and usually it is when I am driving and the phone is not easily accessible. You don’t want to go around digging for your phone, that’s why you get a Bluetooth speakerphone like this :) .

    Why don’t I just turn off the actual device?? Well, more times than not, every time I turn off the device, I forget to turn it on, and usually it’s when someone calls me and only my phone rings, etc. At this point it is too late to turn it on and hope it pairs in time AND answer the call.

    So my aluminum foil method is silly but it works. Just wrap it for a few minutes when you come home and it seems to stay disconnected. The next time you get in your car, it will auto-pair.

    3. One time with my phone in a backpack in the back seat, it took almost 10 minutes after I went over a speed bump before it auto-paired. *Most* of the times, it pairs within a minute of getting to my car. I’ll strike this as a freak occurrence and update this review later if it reoccurs.

    4. You have to hold the power button for a full 10 seconds before it turns off, but then again, I rarely turn it off, for reasons mentioned above

    5. The charging port is on the bottom of the device, not on the side, this makes it very difficult to charge while mounted on the sun visor or on the clip.

    How does it compare to other devices I’ve used?
    ================================================
    1. I’ve owned two of the Motorola T-325 and that device has *EVERY* feature I have ever wanted, from caller-id-NAME-announce, auto on/off, automatic low battery warning, long battery life, easy to charge while mounted on the sun-visor, wonderful wonderful device – BUT POOR RELIABILITY. One flat out broke and the second one seems to overheat in Texas, it will connect and disconnect 10 times while driving. Both occurred outside the warranty period. If the Motorola T-325 was more reliable I’d still be using it. Motorola has a newer version called the Roadster, but I’m seeing the same reliability issues in the reviews.

    How does it compare to other devices I’ve researched?
    =======================================================
    1. For about $20 more, the Jabra Cruiser2 seems to match the Motorola T-325 that I used to love, but the Cruiser2 does not have perfect reviews and no auto on/off. The Cruiser2 does do caller-id-NAME-announce though. If the reviews were more consistently better, I would’ve considered the Cruiser2.
    2. The Motorola Roadster is a little more, but I am hesitant because of my T-325 reliability issues also, a lot of 1-star reviews…
    3. The Jabra Freeway is brand new, but 3 times the price! If the Jabra Freeway drops in price by 60% I would consider it – it also has caller-id-NAME-announce, auto on/off, etc. Does not have exactly perfect reviews.

    So until the next perfect device comes out with really good reviews, I…

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  2. 78 of 80 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works Great! Perfect For Mom!, April 19, 2011
    By 
    Kevan Patten (Tujunga, CA USA) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black (Electronics)

    I bought the Supertooth Buddy for my Mother in law, as I needed something easy to set up, and operate without too many bells and whistles, and the Supertooth Buddy is it! Personally I am getting tired of the technical “arms race” with electronic devices. The Buddy does it’s job well without having to jump through hoops. I read the manual, explained it to my wife, and she set it up for her Mother, no problems! To me that is the true test, as my wife isn’t a gear head. If she can set it up, and my Mother in law can work it, then it passes the test. It is plenty loud enough for conversations, and the magnetic visor clip allows the Buddy to be swapped from one side of the visor to the other in an instant if one needs to change the visor position. A great bluetooth device for those of us who just want something simple that works. It comes with a car charger and USB to Mini USB cable to charge the unit. It does not come with a home charger, though one can use the USB cable to charge it using your USB port on your computer. Standby time is 1000 hours, so the lack of a home charger shouldn’t be an issue.

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  3. 27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product !, January 25, 2011
    By 
    DLK2011
    This review is from: SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit-Black (Electronics)

    I bought this several months ago and absolutely love it! It’s so great to be driving and not have to worry about cords getting in the way. It keeps charged for almost a week and I use it several hours a day. It’s so easy to use and charges in about an hour in the car.

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  4. try connecting ur phone to player via aux-in using a 3.5 mm jack for ur phone to player
    or use a sound jack and 3.5mm connector





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