1. ninjaap's Avatar
    Amazon.com: Motorola Roadster Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone [Non-Retail Packaging]: Cell Phones & Accessories

    Just wanted to report that I just got this in the mail today and have been using it the whole day. Pairs very easily. No need to enter password. Downloads my contacts. Please feel free to ask any question about it and I'll get back to you as I continue to play with my new toy. :D
    05-29-2012 06:49 PM
  2. alpinestars1z's Avatar
    Amazon.com: Motorola Roadster Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone [Non-Retail Packaging]: Cell Phones & Accessories

    Just wanted to report that I just got this in the mail today and have been using it the whole day. Pairs very easily. No need to enter password. Downloads my contacts. Please feel free to ask any question about it and I'll get back to you as I continue to play with my new toy. :D
    Nice! How's the call quality, and does it work properly with TellMe (reading text messages aloud and dictating text messages)?
    05-29-2012 07:00 PM
  3. ninjaap's Avatar
    Call quality is good. It's loud and clear enough to use in car. Initiating TellMe with a command like "call mom" works well. Dictating a text message works okay... most of the time. What annoys me though is when TellMe is reading a text message or giving me choices of commands (like "say your message"), the volume is a lot lower. I don't think it's the BT's fault, because it's the same thing when I used to connect my phone via auxillary cable. I always had to turn up the car's volume to hear/understand my messages.
    05-29-2012 07:31 PM
  4. alpinestars1z's Avatar
    Call quality is good. It's loud and clear enough to use in car. Initiating TellMe with a command like "call mom" works well. Dictating a text message works okay... most of the time. What annoys me though is when TellMe is reading a text message or giving me choices of commands (like "say your message"), the volume is a lot lower. I don't think it's the BT's fault, because it's the same thing when I used to connect my phone via auxillary cable. I always had to turn up the car's volume to hear/understand my messages.
    Oh yeah, the volume at which TellMe lists commands or responses seems to be tied to the system volume. I always had to turn up the volume so I could hear the TellMe through my Bluetooth headset.
    05-29-2012 08:21 PM
  5. ninjaap's Avatar
    If not a seperate volume, MS should at least tie it in with voice call volume instead of system volume.
    05-29-2012 08:24 PM
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