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Re: [BCD396XT] RE: 996 capable of using wireless

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  • MCH
    It s actually an A120s I m using and it has the 3.5 mm plug. I recall an older one I had did have the 2.5mm plug and I had to use an adapter. Joe M.
    Message 1 of 4 , Oct 29, 2010
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      It's actually an A120s I'm using and it has the 3.5 mm plug.

      I recall an older one I had did have the 2.5mm plug and I had to use an
      adapter.

      Joe M.

      Clark Rennie wrote:
      > I'm using a Jabra A210, however I had to purchase (Radio Shack) a 2.5 to
      > 3.5 adapter as the A210 has a 2.5 plug and my BCDXT and T have a 3.5 jack.
      > The A120 doesn't seem to available anymore.
      >
      > Clark
      >
      > At 06:47 AM 10/29/2010, you wrote:
      >
      >> As I mentioned before, I'm using the Jabra A120.
      >>
      >> I've never noticed any sensitivity issues or any interference issues -
      >> likely because the BT is so low power in a band so far above the
      >> scanner's coverage.
      >>
      >> I used to use wired headphones. The BT is soooo much better. The only
      >> issues I have is with battery life - particularly on the earbud. The
      >> things are only so big, so there is little room for a battery.
      >>
      >> I wish a scanner came with BT as a feature, but I understand the
      >> licensing costs are significant. It likely would add around $25-60 to
      >> the cost of a scanner. Then there is the issue of the BT transmitter
      >> being in the same housing as the scanner's receiver. Not sure if that
      >> might cause issues or not. Then again, how much of a demand is there for
      >> the feature? Of course, it would eliminate battery issues on the scanner
      >> side, but there would still be issues with the earbud battery life.
      >>
      >> Joe M.
      >>
      >> Dewey wrote:
      >>> So two questions for you Joe...
      >>>
      >>> 1) Which one are you using? Wake up delay is a concern.
      >>> 2) More generally, does BT affect the receiver's sensitivity? I sometimes
      >>> wear my 396 on my belt, and if I end up replacing the wired earphone with
      >>> BT, I will probably have the BT transmitter right next to the 396 if not
      >>> velcroed {SP} to it.
      >>>
      >>> Dewey
      >>>
      >>> -----Original Message-----
      >>> Re: 996 capable of using wireless?
      >>> Posted by: "MCH" mch@... NCC74656_USS_Voyager
      >>> Date: Fri Oct 29, 2010 1:48 am ((PDT))
      >>>
      >>> Mine does this, but comes back in a fraction of a second. I might miss the
      >>> first syllable, but nothing more. In fact, since it's all digital, I
      >> have to
      >>> wonder if there is a buffer that holds the audio until the link is
      >>> (re)established - it's that quick.
      >>>
      >>> Joe M.
      >
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