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  1. scooz16

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    so Maryland is going hands free in a few days.

    Are all BT headsets compatible? What is the best one for 30-45 bucks?

    Thanks!
     

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    anyone? Thanks in advance
     
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    My girlfriend got me a Jawbone Icon Rogue as a gift, and I liked it pretty well. It seemed to kill the background noise and people could hear me clearly while driving. Unfortunately I lost it while moving several weeks back. I would like to get another one, but waiting until I can find them on sale or something.
     
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    Just bought a Plantronics 360 from Newegg the other day for $30 (along with a 16 GB microSDHC card.) Haven't had a chance to try it out other then to charge it up and make sure it paired with my DI. Seems to work ok.

    Here's the link:

    Newegg.com - PLANTRONICS Over-The-Ear Bluetooth Headset Explorer 360

    (off topic side note - The page above also lets you purchase professional installation for only $146.99. What that heck is that?)
     
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    ^I have that one, have had it for a few years, actually, and could not get it to pair with the DInc.
     
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    Well that's not what I want to hear!

    Why would it not work??
     
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    My Plantronics 665 works well with the DInc. It sells for about $30 on Amazon.
     
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    Hopefully you'll have better luck. Mine being an older version of the same model may have something to do with it, I'm not sure. All I know is I cannot get it to pair up with the phone after multiple attempts. Worked fine with my Eris but not with my DInc.
     

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