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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ - Top 5 questions

  • How do I connect my Jabra in-car speakerphone and radio using the FM transmitter?

    To connect your Jabra in-car speakerphone and radio using the FM transmitter, use the following steps:

    1. Turn on the radio, and set the in-car speakerphone to FM mode (the FM status icon is on). Make sure the TA (Traffic Announcement) mode on the radio is not on.
    2. The radio should be able to find the in-car speakerphone using the search function. In urban areas, this may be difficult. Try using a frequency in the lower or upper end of the FM band (for example 88.1 or 107.7 MHz), where there is a better chance of finding a clear frequency.
    3. If the radio does not find the in-car speakerphone, you must tune in the FM frequency manually. Refer to the user manual for the radio to learn how to do this.

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  • Why do I hear static noise?

    Bluetooth is a radio technology, so it is sensitive to objects that are placed between paired devices and can block radio signals. To avoid poor sound quality, it is recommended that the distance between paired devices does not exceed 33 feet (10m), and that objects placed between the devices is avoided.

    The following are examples of objects that can block radio signals:

    • Walls
    • Doors
    • Windows
    • Environments with massive presence of Wi-Fi

    Low battery capacity in the Jabra headset and mobile phone may also affect the range.

    Note: Some Jabra headsets support a longer range, but are dependent on the mobile phone that it is paired with.

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  • Audio

    • Why do I hear static noise?

      Bluetooth is a radio technology, so it is sensitive to objects that are placed between paired devices and can block radio signals. To avoid poor sound quality, it is recommended that the distance between paired devices does not exceed 33 feet (10m), and that objects placed between the devices is avoided.

      The following are examples of objects that can block radio signals:

      • Walls
      • Doors
      • Windows
      • Environments with massive presence of Wi-Fi

      Low battery capacity in the Jabra headset and mobile phone may also affect the range.

      Note: Some Jabra headsets support a longer range, but are dependent on the mobile phone that it is paired with.

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    • How do I connect my Jabra in-car speakerphone and radio using the FM transmitter?

      To connect your Jabra in-car speakerphone and radio using the FM transmitter, use the following steps:

      1. Turn on the radio, and set the in-car speakerphone to FM mode (the FM status icon is on). Make sure the TA (Traffic Announcement) mode on the radio is not on.
      2. The radio should be able to find the in-car speakerphone using the search function. In urban areas, this may be difficult. Try using a frequency in the lower or upper end of the FM band (for example 88.1 or 107.7 MHz), where there is a better chance of finding a clear frequency.
      3. If the radio does not find the in-car speakerphone, you must tune in the FM frequency manually. Refer to the user manual for the radio to learn how to do this.

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Windows

File description Language or Region Release date Version File size Release notes
Firmware 5/4/2012 1.3 2,5 MB Download
  • Performance improvements
  • Language support with this release

    BR Portuguese
    Italian
    Mandarin Chinese
    UK English
  • Bug fixes

Manuals

Documentation for download Language or Region File format File size
Datasheet English PDF 459,1 KB Download
Declaration of Conformity English PDF 67,1 KB Download
Quick Start Guide English PDF 998,6 KB Download
Technical Specification English PDF 138,1 KB Download
User Manual English PDF 13,1 MB Download