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    I just got a Treo 650 and can't seem to pair either a Motorola HF800 or a Jabra BT250 Headset. Has anyone had any luck in getting either of these to work?
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    I have a Jabra BT 200 for non-bluetooth phones working, though I'm not using the non-bluetooth dongle for it, just the headset itself. To get the headset ready, press the up volume key and hold the power button until you get a solid blue light. Then set the Treo to find devices. That works for mine.
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    No problems here...Sony 660 works great.
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    I've been using the Jabra 250 for the last three weeks and it works great.
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    I have the palm one jabra bt250 headset and I'm getting alot of static; the phone is right next to me too!
    it was fine for the first hour; as soon as i got to my house; static! Any advice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by davetheone
    I have the palm one jabra bt250 headset and I'm getting alot of static; the phone is right next to me too!
    it was fine for the first hour; as soon as i got to my house; static! Any advice?
    Do you have a wireless network at home? I've heard it plays havoc with the Jabra headsets.
    Remember, the "P" in PDA stands for personal.
    If it works for you, it is "P"erfect.
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    In the car my Jabra 250 is crystal clear, when I get home there is a lot of static. I don't have any networks at the house.
    The jabra also doesn't always connect with the 600. Sometimes I hit the button on the head set over & over & it won't connect during a particular phone call, but will connect on a following call. As the headset gets older the more frequent this happens. Suggestions?
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    Sounds like a silly answer but follow the instructions in the Treo Guidebook and the Jabra one word for word, then let us know what happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dstrauss
    Do you have a wireless network at home? I've heard it plays havoc with the Jabra headsets.
    No I don't have a wireless network at home. In fact I noticed this problem near my home area in general.
    when i first connected with the treo 650 (at my job) my wife said that I sounded crystal clear. I was in a home without a cordless phone, televisions; no interference. When i move the treo 650 closer to my body; i get good results; if i walk away (around 10 ft) it's nothing but static. x-ing my fingers
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    10ft is a lot further than most people get, you really wont get more than 4-5 ft, especially with the Jabra, I recommend getting the SE HBH-660.
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    Gee; I thought jabra headsets were good quality products. This is so very disappointing. Any links to the SE HBH -660?
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    Ahhh just found it right here on treo central. Looks like a return for me!

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