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LG VX4400 Hands Free for the Car

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Jon Rosenbaum, Oct 2, 2003.

  1. Well, I just picked up this phone and also tried out CCM's Universal
    Handsfree Navigator unit. Unfortunately, this doesn't work well at all
    because the sides that secure the phone block access to the 2.5mm jack. Even
    if I move the phone so that the jack is accessible, the sides also apply too
    much pressure to the volume/voice buttons on the side and interfere with the
    operation.

    So, I'm wondering what other people here have done to get a decent hands
    free solution to work inside the car. I'm thinking the holder needs to be
    the magnetic variety so that the side buttons are free and clear. I saw
    something online that fastens onto the driver's headrest that contains a
    speaker and boom mic but don't know if it is any good.

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!!

    Jon
     



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  2. Your Name

    Your Name Guest

    The odd thing for me was just how good the LG headset is. I like the
    curled rubber thing that grabs your lower ear - it stays put and the
    sound is great on both ends of the call. The boom seems too short, but
    hey, it's hard to argue with good sound from a headset. I just put my
    4400 in the console. plug in the headset and drive and talk all
    afternoon.

    In article <tC3fb.19405$E95.3444798@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net>, "Jon
    Rosenbaum" <nobody@home.com> wrote:

    > Well, I just picked up this phone and also tried out CCM's Universal
    > Handsfree Navigator unit. Unfortunately, this doesn't work well at all
    > because the sides that secure the phone block access to the 2.5mm jack.
    > Even
    > if I move the phone so that the jack is accessible, the sides also apply
    > too
    > much pressure to the volume/voice buttons on the side and interfere with
    > the
    > operation.
    >
    > So, I'm wondering what other people here have done to get a decent hands
    > free solution to work inside the car. I'm thinking the holder needs to be
    > the magnetic variety so that the side buttons are free and clear. I saw
    > something online that fastens onto the driver's headrest that contains a
    > speaker and boom mic but don't know if it is any good.
    >
    > Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!!
    >
    > Jon
    >
    >
     
  3. Al Klein

    Al Klein Guest

    On Fri, 03 Oct 2003 00:43:05 GMT, "Jon Rosenbaum" <nobody@home.com>
    posted in alt.cellular.verizon:

    >So, I'm wondering what other people here have done to get a decent hands
    >free solution to work inside the car. I'm thinking the holder needs to be
    >the magnetic variety so that the side buttons are free and clear. I saw
    >something online that fastens onto the driver's headrest that contains a
    >speaker and boom mic but don't know if it is any good.


    It's good. It's also expensive. (Unless someone's made a cheap
    knockoff of the original, in which case it probably isn't any good.)

    I use my phone's belt clip to clip it to the sun visor.
     

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