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NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review

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Pairing

For this review, I used my Nokia 3650. Pairing the head set with my phone was very easy. On my phone, I went to Connection -> Bluetooth -> Paired devices.

To turn on the Bluespoon™ AX, the user must press and hold the button on the center of the headset until the blue LED blinks 4 times (a low to high tone is heard). Once turned on, the phone/PDA/computer/etc. can be paired with this head set. The entire pairing process took only 3~5 seconds. The passcode for this device is 0000 (4 zeros).

NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review
NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review
NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review
NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review
NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review
NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review
NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review
NextLink Bluespoon AX Bluetooth headset review

Operation

When connected to the head set, the user would remained connected unless 3 factors were met. Either the battery life had to be almost depleted, the distance between the head set and the paired device were too far apart, the head set was turned off manually (a red LED light blinks 4 times and a high to low tone is heard), or you have Nokia 6600 which does not support special power mode which is called "sniff mode". So, after about 30 seconds of inactivity, the headsets would disconnect from the 6600. When you want to make a call or pick-up an incoming call, all that needs to be done is to press the button on the headset and you are back in business. Still I would prefer to have constant connection between the headset and the phone.  

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