Cyanics BCX-300 Bluetooth Handsfree Car Kit

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Cyanics BCX-300 Bluetooth Handsfree Car Kit

  • Bluetooth Version 2.1 (Also compatbile with Version 2.0, 1.1 and 1.0). Supports headset and hands-free profiles.
  • Talk-time up to 25 hours and Standby time up to 2000 Hours (Around 83 days). Built in lithium polymer battery
  • DSP Included (Wind Noise Reduction, Echo reduction technology minimizes background noise and Automatic Volume Control)
  • Clips to the visor and can be taken from car to car–no installation required
  • Bluetooth range up to 10 meters (33 ft) and weights 2.5 oz (70 gram)

Benefits

The cell phone headsets are lightweight, portable and can be taken anywhere.

Questions to Consider

  • Does the cell phone ear piece stay on your head?
  • How easy is it to use?

Bluetooth Version 2.1 (Also compatibile with Version 2.0, 1.1 and 1.0). Supports headset and hands-free profiles. Talk-time up to 25 hours and Standby time up to 2000 Hours (Around 83 days). Built in lithium polymer battery.DSP Included (Wind Noise Reduction, Echo reduction technology minimizes background noise and Automatic Volume Control). Clips to the visor and can be taken from car to car–no installation required. Bluetooth range up to 10 meters (33 ft) and weights 2.5 oz (70 gram)

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One Response to “Cyanics BCX-300 Bluetooth Handsfree Car Kit

  • Review by J. Richardson

    I have had this unit for about a month now and use it most days. The pros for this handsfree: Easy to pair to your cell phone, the answer button is well marked with bright orange, very slim modern design, holds a charge for a very long time (after a month I am still on first charge), comes with a mini usb car charger, sound quality is average or that of a quality speaker phone. The cons to this unit: My main complaint is with the on/off switch. You have to hold it in for 5-6 seconds before it will turn on or off may not seem like a lot of time but when you are in a hurry it can be very annoying. I don’t know why they set it that way I can’t see any benefit for it. My only other con is that the volume resets when you turn it off. I like it a little louder than the default volume but have to turn it up every time if I want it that way. Overall a good handsfree if you need one, I would suggest it for longer drives or commuting if you need to talk while you drive. To be completely hands free I would also suggest a dashmount for your phone as well. I went with the Braketron Hold-It, works great.

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