Friday, September 25, 2009

Bluetooth Handsfree Speaker - Car Speakerphone

Bluetooth Speakers designed to be the best portable speaker option for people often on the road. Used as a wireless Bluetooth headset to make phone calls easier and more convenient when you're on the road. Built in voice recognition to make a call, end a call, reject a call and redial functions. It has a long-life rechargeable battery for taking this extra speaker system for long road trips. The package includes a suction cup on the dashboard, heavy clip for the visor and car charger for instant charging on the road. The CVSB-897 Bluetooth is a unique product available in the direct source for wholesale electronic products in China, Chinavasion. Specifications of the leading manufacturers of China: The Bluetooth Bluetooth profiles: hands-free technology standard: Bluetooth V1.2, Class 2 Wireless frequency: 2.4 to 2.480 GHz Sensitive: <-80dBm at a transmission distance: 10 m Data Rate: up to 723 Kbps of current work: 90mAh Power Source: Built-in rechargeable Li-ion 900mAh Talk time: 10 hours Standby: 900 hours of audio output: 115 dB audio SNR:> 90dB Output Speaker: 1.5 watts Dimensions: 100 mm (diameter) x 30mm (H) Manufacturer Ref.: MFBJBDWYFZF5 additional features: the LED turns to red and blue LED status lights function call microphone high sensitivity integrated voice dialing, answer / end call, last number dialed-King, Reject call, Hold and standby, mute Accessories: User Manual light vehicle charger (12/24 V), manufacturer of the USB charging cable and origin: China Login for Wholesale Discount Price Visit website: http:/ / www.boutic.power-heberg.comYou find more. Even lower prices available for you if you are in a greater amount of wholesale orders. Get your samples first contact us for your personal discount quotes! If you have any observations or comments about this product, access and use the product review box. Please open an inquiry ticket if you have questions about this product. Comments: This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 21 August 2008.

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