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Unread 09-13-2011, 03:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone using a Jabra A7010 with an iCom ?

I have a chance to buy a used Jabra A7010 to use with my landline telephone and my iCom.

I wonder if the iCom can be synced with 2 separate Bluetooth devices at the same time - my cell phone and the Jabra for my landline???

Is anyone using a Jabra for a landline phone ?? What happens if your cell phone rings??
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Unread 09-13-2011, 04:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have had the iCom connected to my fm and cell at the same time. My cell takes precedence and rings even if my fm is on
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Unread 12-21-2011, 08:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by AliciaM View Post
I have had the iCom connected to my fm and cell at the same time. My cell takes precedence and rings even if my fm is on
I know this is an old thread, but in the OP's case, his iCom is paired to the Jabra Bluetooth device. You can't pair the iCom to more than one device at a time, so if the cell phone rings, you would have to manually switch the pairing from the Jabra to the phone, which is a PITA.

In your case, the FM is not Bluetooth, so you are able connect to both FM and Bluetooth at the same time. Actually, you can even use the 3.5 mm headphone jack as well (although I've never tried connecting all three at the same time lol)

DickS, if your cell phone has a 3.5 mm headphone jack, I would recommend getting a male-male 3.5 mm audio cable (similar to this one). You can then use the headphone jack with your phone and the bluetooth with your landline. Just make sure that your cell is always connected to your iCom so that the iCom audio is triggered on when it rings. Also, make sure you lock the signal by pressing the power button (don't hold it down -- this'll turn it off. Just press the button so that the amber light on the iCom blinks). If you don't lock the signal, the iCom will automatically disconnect when it doesn't receive any signal for few seconds (which can happen when you're talking for a bit and the person on the other end is just listening to you).

Oh, and also make sure that you actually talk into the mouthpiece of the phone since the iCom mic won't work if you're using its headphone jack. You could just hold it up as if you're talking on the phone like normal (and not get weird looks from people when they think you're talking to yourself haha )
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