Motorola Bluetooth Wireless Hands Free CAR KIT
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User reviews and opinions
|Gordzey666||6:58pm on Monday, October 4th, 2010|
|A great product and arrived in a timely manner. I would order from this website again. Excellent product! Bought one for my cuz after I used mine. No problems at all, easy to link and set up, the perfect blue tooth prodcut.|
|morpheme||4:51am on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|All in all, this device works very well. Super easy to pair. Good sound, better sound on medium volume. Decent battery life. Very simple to use. Really good sound.|
|biyomedikal||11:12pm on Saturday, July 31st, 2010|
|Love the reception and clarity of calls (incoming and outgoing). Great concept It seems to have a 5 minutes time out. Great purchase, never regretted buying it, especially at the price! I originally purchased this product off of ama-zon a while back.|
|Luis Felipe Marzagao||2:11pm on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010|
|Great Product. Took 2 Minutes to set up and I never looked back. I turn it on as soon as I get in my car and it works excellently. I really cannot complain about this device, and i have been through a lot. This bluetooth device is much better than any motorola device out there. Got one of these for my wife to use with her RAZR V3. She loves it and finds it easy to use.|
|Omar||7:08pm on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|I bought mine a few months ago and found it was easy to connect to my phone (pair) as well as it is simple and does the job quite well! Of course.|
|equilibrist||12:33pm on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
|The intended use for this device is obvious, and I wish that more motorists used these or at least the dorky-looking Bluetooth headsets while driving. More comfortable than a headset on the ear bu... Voice quality is good. Easy to use, just turn on, hit button to answer calls.|
|minotisok||7:05am on Sunday, April 25th, 2010|
|I was blown away on how clear this little devise works. I continue to ask the folks on the other end if there is any static,,,.|
|imran waheed||9:32am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|The intended use for this device is obvious, ... Compact size Typical speakerphone voice delay (especially when opening an incoming call) The intended use for this device is obvious, and I wish that more motorists used these or at least the dorky-looking Bluetooth headsets while driving.|
|CyberPunk||1:28am on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|The best solution ... thank Motorola has issued a cool Bluetooth, good, and powerful ... I have been using the Motorola T305 Bluetooth Car Kit for about a month. I have never used a Bluetooth device previously. A new sophisticated version of Motorola 98783 as it is showed in Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, United Stated of America at January 2009.|
|kaon||7:59pm on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|good unit has decent sound quality. Excellent buy for non-tech savvy persons. Thankfully I did not pay retail for this device. Overall a good hands free device. Loud enough speaker, compact design, under $50. Paired with my Verizon LG Envy phone with no problem. Sound is fair when sending/receiving. Simple to use.|
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Bluetooth Wireless Hands Free Car Kit
User's Guide >
Welcome to Motorolas connected world of Bluetooth personal area wireless networking. The Motorola Bluetooth Wireless Hands Free Car Kit makes wireless connection simple and quick. The advanced, sophisticated Motorola Bluetooth Wireless Hands Free Car Kit offers these features: seamless, wireless hands-free audio through Bluetooth link digital audio interface with high quality, full-duplex, hands free speech Voice Recognition voice user interface entertainment muteautomatically mutes radio during calls noise reduction and acoustic echo cancellation automatic volume control Ignition sensecontinue an active call after car is turned off compliance with Bluetooth Headset v1.1 and Bluetooth Hands Free 0.96 profile Note: There may be differences between the performances of the Bluetooth headset profile and the Bluetooth Hands Free profile. See the Using Your Car Kit chapter for details.
Personal Communications Sector 600 North U.S. Highway 45 Libertyville, Illinois 60048 1-800-331-6456 (United States) 1-888-390-6456 (TTY/TDD United States) 1-800-461-4575 (Canada) www.motorola.com (United States) www.motorola.ca (Canada) MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. 2002 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. Manual number: 6889176G01-O
Welcome. 1 Safety and General Information. 4 Installing the Hands Free Kit. 5 Guidelines for Installation and Connection. 5 Installation Procedure. 5 Using Your Car Kit. 8 The Control Module. 8 Linking Your Car Kit and Phone. 8 Disconnecting the Car Kit from Your Phone. 10 Training Your Car Kits Internal Voice Recognition. 10 Placing a Call with the Car Kit. 13 Using Features While on a Call. 14 Troubleshooting. 16 Training Quick Reference. 17 Calling Features Quick Reference. 19 Motorola Limited Warranty for Accessories. 20 Total Customer Satisfaction. 22 Motorolas Warranty. 23
Safety and General Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION. READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE. Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. See 47 CFR Sec. 15.21. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and with RSS-210 / RSS-139 of the Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. See 47 CFR Sec. 15.19(3).
Canada Compliance (Industry Canada)
To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to be operated indoors and away from windows to provide maximum shielding. Equipment that is installed outdoors is subject to licensing.
European Union (EU) and EFTA
This equipment complies with the R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC and has been provided with the CE mark accordingly.
Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
Installing the Hands Free Kit
Guidelines for Installation and Connection
Only qualified personnel should install this car kit. If necessary, contact with vehicle manufacturer for air bag information specific to the vehicle. Caution: An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including communication equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If the communication equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could occur. Mount components securely on strong surfaces to prevent shifting that could cause injury or interfere with safe vehicle operation. Always use the supplied mounting hardware Mounted components and attached wires or cables must not interfere with seating or leg space. Route cables so they are protected from pinching, sharp edges, and crushing. Keep all in-line connectors easily accessible. This car kit is intended for use in 12 volt negative ground systems only. The car kit draws less than 3 amps. Confirm that the vehicles electrical system can supply this current.
Caution: This car kit must be connected to a maximum 10A fuse in the car fuse panel to prevent fire or other damages if a short circuit should occur somewhere in the Junction Box. Before installation, unpack, assemble, and test all components on a service bench.
Installing the Bluetooth Junction Box
Mount the box using the screws provided. The best location for the Bluetooth junction box is under the dash. The box must be protected from dirt and moisture and have adequate space for cooling and to allow for cable connection. For optimal Bluetooth performance, mount the junction box so that the side with the barcode faces away from the mounting surface.
The location MUST NOT interfere with the vehicles air bag deployment.
Installing the Power Cable and Fuse Kit
Caution: Failure to follow these steps may cause the accessory not to work properly and may cause damage to the car kit.
Speaker (SSN4020) Junction Box (SYN8883A, SYN0415A, SYN0416A, SYN0417A Power Cable (SKN4834A) Microphone (SMN4103) Vehicle Radio
Control Module (SYN9698A)
Wire crimps: green to green, red to red, black to black Black Vehicle Chassis
Green: to a point in the fuse box Red: to a point in fuse box that is always active 4 - 10 AMP fuse
Fuse Kit (SKN4937A)
1 Remove all fuses and tape them to their respective holders. DO NOT re-insert fuses until you complete and inspect all connections. 2 Connect the fuse kits GREEN Ignition Sense wire (3 amp fuse) to an ignition-switched location on the fuse block. When the ignition is off, the ignition sense line is low. 3 Connect the power cables ORANGE Entertainment Mute Wire to the vehicles entertainment system. Note: This feature is only operational if the car radio and/or phone support this capability. Installation may require an optional relay (not included). 4 Connect the fuse kits RED positive primary lead (4 amp fuse) to a point in the vehicles fuse box that is fused at 4 to 10 amp. 5 Connect the fuse kits BLACK ground wire to the vehicle chassis. 6 Inspect all connections. Note: The Yellow and Blue wires are not used. 7 Re-insert all fuses. Do not replace any fuse with a higher amperage fuse.
Installing the Microphone
Note: Always use the supplied mounting hardware.
1 Attach one of the three supplied mounting clips to the microphone.
2 Select a suitable location, and mount the microphone. Locate the microphone no more than 16 inches (40 cm) from the driver. Aim the microphone directly toward the driver. Do not allow anything (such as a rear-view mirror or sun visor) to block the path between the microphone and the driver. Mount the microphone firmly so that vibrations do not affect audio quality. 3 Connect the microphone to the Bluetooth Junction Box.
Installing the External Speaker
Note: Always use the supplied mounting hardware. 1 Mount the speaker to the transmission hump or beneath the dash. Position the speaker so that it does not directly face the microphone.
Caution: The location of the external speaker MUST NOT interfere with the vehicles air bag deployment. 2 Connect the speaker to the Bluetooth Junction Box.
Using Your Car Kit
The Control Module
The control module enables you to set up and use the Bluetooth Hands Free Car Kit.
Bluetooth Button Voice Recognition Button Volume-Up Button
Microphone Mute Button
Linking Your Car Kit and Phone
Before you can use this car kit, you must link it with your phone. You establish a Bluetooth link between your car kit and phone with a paired link. When you set up a paired link, the car kit remembers the phones ID. Once the car kit and phone are paired, your car kit automatically connects to your phone every time you start your vehicle or power up the car kit.
With the car kit and phone in close proximity: Step 1 Set the car kit to pairing mode: Start your vehicle. or Power up the car kit by pressing the Bluetooth Button E. Result
Step 2 If your phone has a Bluetooth Hands Free Profile, press and hold the Bluetooth Button E.* or If your phone has only a Bluetooth Headset Profile, press and hold both the Bluetooth Button E and the Voice Recognition Button.*
Result The Bluetooth Button E and the Voice Recognition Button begin to flash (often 3 seconds). The Bluetooth Button E and the Mute Button begin to flash.
You now have two minutes to create a wireless connection between the car kit and your phone. To leave pairing mode before timeout, press the Bluetooth Button E until the buttons stop flashing (often 3 seconds). * If you dont know which profile to use, see Validating Pairing on page 10. 3 Set phone to scan and connect to this Your phone scans all Bluetooth Hands car kit. Free devices around it. When your phone finds the car kit, it displays For Motorola phones: Motorola BT Car-kit. a Press MENU. b Select SETTINGS. c Select CONNECTION. d Select BLUETOOTH LINK. e Select HANDSFREE. f Select SCAN ALL. Note: If your phone is not a Motorola phone, refer to its manual for instructions on how to scan/discover the car kit. 4 Select LINK. 5 Enter Pass Key or Press 0000 or Press OK/Send/Yes key (depends on your phone)
Your phone displays Pass Key. The Bluetooth Button E remains lit (indicating that the link between your phone and the car kit has been established), while all other buttons stop flashing.
To verify whether your phone has the Bluetooth headset or Bluetooth Hands Free profile, attempt to pair your phone with the car kit as if the phone has Bluetooth Hands Free profile.
If the Bluetooth link cannot be established, or if you are not able to make a call, then pair your phone and the car kit according to the procedure for Bluetooth headset profile. This car kit can be paired with up to three phones at a time.
After initial pairing, every time you start your vehicle, your phone and car kit will automatically be connected (if your phones relevant settings are not changed and it is in power-on mode). When the wireless connection is established, the Bluetooth Button E remains lit. If your phone is powered off when you start your vehicle, the Bluetooth connection may not be automatically established when you turn on your phone. To manually establish the connection: Step Press the Bluetooth Button E after you turn on the phone. If the connection cannot be established 10 seconds after you press the Bluetooth Button E, press the button again to restart the paging. Result The Bluetooth Button E begins to flash, and the car kit attempts to connect to your phone. If the wireless connection is established, the Bluetooth Button E will stop flashing and remain lit.
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Disconnecting the Car Kit from Your Phone
To disconnect the car kit from your phone, press and hold the Bluetooth Button E for more than 3 seconds. The car kit and phone are automatically disconnected when you turn off the vehicle, unless you are in an active call.
Training Your Car Kits Internal Voice Recognition
The Bluetooth Hands Free Car Kit supports two types of Voice Recognition: your phones voice dial feature the car kits internal Voice Recognition
What Is Training?
Voice Recognition is a feature that allows you to use speech to control your Bluetooth Hand Free Car Kit. First you must train the car kit to recognize and then perform various commands that you speak. Training the car kits Voice Recognition teaches it to: recognize your voicefamiliarize the car kit with your voice qualities and pronunciation attach your voice commands to key words or phone numbers
Training the Car Kit
To train the car kits Voice Recognition, follow these steps: 1 Make sure your phones keypad tones are set to normal tones. (Refer to the users guide for your phone for information about using your phones Settings menu to define keypad tones.) If the Bluetooth Button E is not lit, press it to establish a Bluetooth link. 2 Press and hold the Voice Recognition Button until it begins to flash. 3 Train the car kit by using the commands described in Training Commands below. 4 To exit Training Mode, press and release the Voice Recognition Button.
The following sections describe the commands used in Training Mode to train your car kits Voice Recognition.
Note: To use the functions described below, a Bluetooth link must be established between the car kit and your phone. Each section shows you how to enter each command as follows: H#2# The H symbol means that you should press the keys indicated. In this example, you would press your phones # key, followed by the 2 key, then the # key again. H # 5 # Language Selection Allows you to choose a language used by Voice Recognition when it prompts you with instructions. After you enter this command, you can step through a list of languages. Press * to advance through the list, # to go back. Press any other number key to select a language. H # 6 # Key Word On/Off Used to activate and deactivate the key word. The key word can be set to On or Off. When the key word is set to On, you can answer an incoming phone call by pronouncing the keyword (not compatible with music tone ringer). H # 2 # Record Key Word Used to record the key word described above. The key word is attached to a single user and cannot be used by anyone else. Other users must activate Voice Recognition by pressing the Voice Recognition Button and then saying names that they have recorded. During normal recording, you are required to say the name twice. To exit this mode, press any key. To distinguish the key word from other words spoken during a normal conversation, and to prevent the key word from being activated accidentally, follow these guidelines: Select a key word made of 2- 3 words.
When recording, say the key word in a louder tone of voice. H # 8 # Record Name Used to record and store names and their associated phone numbers in the Voice Recognition Phone Book. During normal recording, you are required to say the name twice. If the Voice Recognition has difficulty matching the first to the second pronunciation, it may require you to say the name yet again. When entering a phone number, press C to delete the last digit or press and hold C to cancel the recording. Note that the + and # characters can be stored as part of a phone number, but the * character cannot. When recording names, follow these guidelines: For your safety, do not record while driving. Park the vehicle in a quiet environment (windows rolled up, radio off).
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Do not try to record a number while a passenger is talking to you. Direct your voice directly toward the microphone. Speak in your normal tone and inflection. The Voice Recognition will match the word exactly as you have spoken it in record mode. Use words with multiple syllables to help the Voice Recognition differentiate names. Avoid names that sound alike. H # 3 # Delete / Browse Used to delete one or more recorded names or the Voice Recognition key word. When you select this mode, you enter the Voice Recognition phone book. If you speak a name when you enter the phone book, the list of entries is sorted from that name onward. You can browse through the phone book to verify or delete entries. To scroll through the phone book, press # or *. To delete a selected name, press 9. To exit this mode, press C. H # 9 # Delete List Used to delete all phone book entries as well as the key word. To delete the full list of phone book entries, press 9. To exit this mode, press any key except 9, #, and *. H # 4 # AGC Mode AGC (Automatic Gain Control) Mode enables the car kit to automatically adjust for changes in surrounding background noise. The default setting for this mode is Off. Press # 4 # to toggle this mode On and Off.
Placing a Call with the Car Kit
You can place a call with the car kit in these ways:
dial a number from the phone use voice activation See Making a Call with the Car Kits Internal Voice Recognition on page 13. In both cases, you must first link your car kit and phone as described in Linking Your Car Kit and Phone on page 8. When connected, the call is hands free.
Making a Call with the Car Kits Internal Voice Recognition
Before you can use your car kits Voice Recognition, you must: Record voice names for phone book entries on your car kitSee H # 8 # Record Name on page 12. Activate Voice Recognition ModeSee Turning on Voice Recognition Mode below.
Turning on Voice Recognition Mode
By default, the car kits Voice Recognition is disabled. It is turned on the first time you enter Training Mode and record a name. You can then selectively disable it and enable it again, depending on whether you want to use Voice Recognition on the car kit or on your phone. When Car Kit Voice Recognition Is. disabled enabled Pressing Voice Recognition Button Activates. PHONEs voice dial feature CAR KITs Voice Recognition
To turn on the car kits Voice Recognition Mode, enter # 0 # (using your phones keypad). To exit the car kits Voice Recognition Mode, enter # 0 # again.
Placing a Call
1 Activate Voice Recognition Mode on the car kit. (See Turning on Voice Recognition Mode on page 13 above.) 2 Press and release (within three seconds) the Voice Recognition Button. From the car kits speaker, you will hear say a name. 3 Say the name of the entry you want to call. When the car kit recognizes the name, it automatically dials the number. You will hear calling, followed by the name you said. To use the functions described below, a Bluetooth link must be established between the car kit and your phone. Most phones automatically activate a Bluetooth connection when you place a call. During an active call with no Bluetooth link established, you can still transfer the call to the car kit: Press and release (in less than three seconds) the Bluetooth Button E. A Bluetooth link is established, and the call is hands free. (Your phone must support this feature.)
Note: Some phones require you to press the Bluetooth Button E twice. See the users guide for your phone for more information.
Receiving a Call
To answer an incoming call, do one of the following: Press and release (in less than three seconds) the Bluetooth Button E. or Press your phones press the OK/Send/Yes key (depending on your phone), just as you would to answer a call in privacy mode. or Use voice activation. See Making a Call with the Car Kits Internal Voice Recognition on page 13.
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To end a call: Press and release (in less than three seconds) the Bluetooth Button E. You can also end a call by pressing the END key on the phone.
Using Features While on a Call
Note: To use the functions described below, a Bluetooth link must be established between the car kit and your phone. Most phones automatically activate a Bluetooth connection when you place a call.
Rejecting an Incoming Call
While the phone is ringing, reject the call by pressing and holding the Bluetooth Button E for more than 3 seconds. Note: Performance may vary on different phones. For example, for some phones (such as Ericssons T68), rejecting an incoming call can break the Bluetooth link.
Transferring a Call
From the car kit to your phone: During a call, press and hold the Bluetooth Button E for more than 3 seconds. (Most phones prompt you to accept the transfer before completing the transfer.) From your phone to the car kit: During a call, press and release the Bluetooth Button E. (Some phones require you to press the Bluetooth Button E twice. See the users guide for your phone for more information.)
Muting and Unmuting a Call
To mute the microphone during a call, press the car kits mute button. The Mute Button will flash, and the other party will not be able to hear you. To un-mute the call, press the mute button again.
Press the volume buttons (C and B) on the car kit to increase and decrease the volume. If you press and hold a volume button, the volume is automatically increased or decreased to the highest or lowest step. You can also adjust the volume remotely by pressing the phones volume buttons, if your phone supports this feature.
You cannot pair your phone with the car kit. You make a call and the other party hears too much background noise. Nothing happens when you enter a training command. Turn the phone off and then back on. (You may need to remove the phones battery.) Try pairing the phone and car kit again. Check the location and placement of your car kits microphone. (See Installing the Hands Free Kit on page 5 for details.) You must have a Bluetooth link and be in Voice Recognition Training Mode.
Training Quick Reference
Set phone keypad tones to normal tones. (Refer to phone users guide for information about defining keypad tones.) If Bluetooth Button E does not flash, press it to establish a Bluetooth link. Press, hold Voice Recognition Button until it flashes. Train car kit by using commands described below. Exit Training Mode: Press, release Voice Recognition Button.
Record Key Word H #2# F Say a name (speak clearly) G Motorola (for example) F Repeat G Motorola F Motorola stored Record Name H #8# F Say a name (speak clearly) G John Smith F Repeat G John Smith F Press the number, star to end H number to store, then * F John Smith Stored Delete/Browse H #3# F Say a name, press 9 to delete G John Smith (name you want to delete) F John Smith, press 9 to delete G 9 (John Smith name and phone number
F Repeat (confirm first entry or when car
kit cannot distinguish key word)
F Aborting (if nothing said for 10 seconds)
Note: Turn off vehicle to reduce noise while recording.
F Repeat (when car kit cannot distinguish
F Aborting (if nothing said for 10 seconds) F Memory full (if more than 30 names
stored or 30 s. recorded)
number and cancel) Note: Turn off vehicle to reduce noise while recording. Related Information
H C (clear last digitnot on all phones) H C (press and hold to erase phone
H # (hear next name) Key Word On/Off H #6# F On H #6# F Off
* (hear previous name) Related Information Key to Symbols
H Press the following
key(s) or enter the following information F Car kit says. G You say.
AGC Mode On/Off H #4# F On H #4# F Off Delete List H #9# F Press 9 to delete all H 9 (all names and key word deleted) Car Kit Voice Recognition Mode On/Off H #0# F On H #0# F Off
Calling Features Quick Reference
Make a Call H Voice Recognition Button F Say a name G John Smith (name of person to call) F Calling John Smith Answer a Call G key word F Answering
or Related Information
F Aborting (if no name found or if nothing
said within 10 seconds)
To use key word, you must first:
Record a key word: H #2# Activate the key word: H #6# F On Related Information
H OK/Send/Yes key (on phone keypad)
H Bluetooth Button E (press and release) Language Selection H #5# F English (default language) H # or * (to scroll to other languages) H any key except # or * (to choose
F Stored (if no confirmation for 10
F Stored (when language is selected)
Key to Symbols
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The Motorola company listed below (Motorola) warrants this accessory (the Products) against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of one year from the date of purchase. This warranty extends to the first end-user purchaser only and is not transferable. This warranty does not extend to other products, including batteries. Motorola, at its option, will at no charge either repair, replace or refund the purchase price of any Products that do not conform with this warranty. Repair may include the replacement of parts with functionally equivalent reconditioned or new parts. Replacement may include providing a functionally equivalent Motorola Certified Reconditioned Pre-Owned or a new Product. Products that have been repaired or replaced are warranted for the balance of the original warranty period or for 90 days from the date that the repaired or replaced Product is received by you, whichever is longer. All Products for which replacements have been provided will become Motorolas property.
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Your Cellular Phone is warranted by Motorola to be of satisfactory quality, fit for its purpose and comply with applicable Motorola specifications for a period of twelve (12) months from the date you bought it (verified by reference to your proof of purchase). This warranty does not apply if the phone has: 1. been mishandled, misused, willfully damaged, neglected, improperly tested, repaired, altered or defaced in any way. 2. a defect arising as a result of any failure to follow instructions either in the manual or product specification. 3. a defect which has arisen from the use of non-Motorola approved accessories an ancillary items attached to or in connection with the telephone. This warranty does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer. Warranty conditions may vary depending on the country in which you bought the accessory
Motorola Portable Bluetooth Car Kit T305 Enjoy effortless and affordable wireless connectivity with the enhanced Motorola Portable Bluetooth Car Kit T305. With a sleek and stylish new design, superior audio capabilities and an intuitive feature set, the palm-sized Motorola T305 is the perfect companion for a busy mobile lifestyle. Optimized for the vehicle, the Motorola T305 lets you obey the law* by providing easy, wireless conversations in the car, keeping your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. Just clip, connect and go! Crisp and clear Equipped with enhanced echo and noise reduction technology and a powerful 1-watt speakerphone, the Motorola T305 lets you experience easy-to-use, hand-free and clear conversations even in the noisiest environment. The devices full duplex capabilities allow you to keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. Smooth executions Minimize physical distractions and execute multiple operations using Motorola T305s multi-purpose button. You can now activate voice dialing, as well as answer or end calls effortlessly with a flick of a button. The Motorola T305 is powered with version 2.0 Bluetooth wireless technology, allowing for a speedy connection to compatible Bluetooth enabled devices**, improved audio, fewer dropped calls and reduced interference from other wireless devices. No installation required, so you can immerse yourself with ease in a superior and convenient communications environment. Fashionable and multi-faceted With a distinct and sleek look, the Motorola T305s form factor is designed to better blend with your vehicle. Providing up to 12 hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby time, the Motorola T305 has an outstanding operating life. Incorporating a plethora of useful features such as a reversible visor clip, vehicle power adaptor and mini-USB phone charger, the Motorola T305 is the ultimate versatile, stylish and compact solution for your mobile communications. SUMMARY OF FEATURES Bluetooth wireless technology hands-free system is quick and easy to set up with EasyPair Clear sound with latest echo and noise cancellation technology Loud sound optimized for the vehicle, with high speaker output Portable, just clip and you are ready to go. Visor clip and vehicle power adaptor included in the box Use phones voice dial capabilities to easily place calls Mini-USB connector for easy charging Up to 12 hours talk time; 200 hours standby time One convenient multi-function button for multiple operations The Motorola Portable Bluetooth Car Kit T305 is expected to be available in the second half of 2006. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.
*The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products. **This device supports Bluetooth hands-free and headset profiles. In order for Bluetooth devices to communicate with one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.hellomoto.com/bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain Bluetooth features including those listed may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices, or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. Motorola, Inc. 2006. All rights reserved.
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