Understandable. I used to wear the earpiece that came supplied with the Uniden SC150B. I would reach into my pocket and the cord would get tangled and the earpiece would fly out of my ear. Using the Bluetooth Headset doesn't make you look like the Secret Service.scancapecod said:in conjunction or not in conjunction with normal scanning, while walking through a Mall or some other public place without having people look at me like I have two heads.
I use it at work for 8 hours, then charge the GN Netcom 1110 after work. However, my Motorola H500 headset also doubles as the headset for my Motorola Razr V3C phone, so the best of both worlds.I don't see myself personally using it in excess of eight hours, or even close.
I do the same. As a matter of fact, I use the same headphones that came with my Creative mp3 player with my BC246T. Usually only in the winter though when I can put the scanner in my coat pocket and nobody is the wiser. They think I'm listening to mp3's.aaronp said:I use a pair of walkman style headphones (with the cord). With all the ipods and other similiar devices out there, it doesn't get much more discreet, or cheaper. And they don't need to be recharged.
Hey Scott, I want to try this also, but I'm wondering how did you get your Jabra a210 to PAIR with the bluetooth headset?scancapecod said:There are some Jabra A210 adapters being sold on eBay for short money, much less expensive than the prices at Radio Shack. I just purchased an A210 with a Motorola HS820 headset and paid $39.95 for the combination. I'm glad this thread came about, as I had been thinking about this very thing for some time. Thanks!