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    I have a Jabra 8040, but can hardly hear it while on the road even with max volume. A2Dp works but can only faintly hear voice from it.
    I think I will be looking with one which fits into the ear, and with a loonger boom for the mic.
    Any suggestions?
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    My Plantronics 590 gets great A2DP volume but call volume seems to be lousy all around from reading various posts in the forum.
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    Volume on the Treo BT headset is pretty poor.
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    I recall no problems for the two days I had my jawbone 2, but I agree I struggle with the 8040 at times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aviator View Post
    I have a Jabra 8040, but can hardly hear it while on the road even with max volume. A2Dp works but can only faintly hear voice from it.
    I think I will be looking with one which fits into the ear, and with a loonger boom for the mic.
    Any suggestions?
    I bought the BT8040 to try with the phone, and though I like the headset, the volume really is too low. Too bad though, I got a great price on the BT8040. Most likely going to return this and do some more research. Considering the Jawbone2, except the the price is a barrier. Too much to spend on a headset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paigoomein View Post
    I bought the BT8040 to try with the phone, and though I like the headset, the volume really is too low. Too bad though, I got a great price on the BT8040. Most likely going to return this and do some more research. Considering the Jawbone2, except the the price is a barrier. Too much to spend on a headset.
    Agreed, but I really liked it when I had it. The only reason it got returned was lack of a2dp. Now that we can use BTtoggle and things, I'm ready to try it again if I decide to spend the money. Which I agree is alot...
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    I have both the jawbone (version 1) and the BT8040. The volume issue is the same in both: low at maximum volume setting. No real difference between the two.

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