Setting the headphone in pairing mode is done by simultaneously pressing the answer/end button and volume up while the unit is off, until a vibration followed by switching of a solid blue light on is felt. The subsequent procedure is the standard one and so is the required code – 0000.

The full potential of the headset will enable you to do the following: answer/end/reject calls, voice dialing, last number redialing, call waiting, put call on hold, mute or use call vibrate alert. The user should bear in mind that the functions of the headset depend on the type and the capabilities of the phone it has been paired to.

The built-in vibration is an interesting innovation, allowing the user to realize that there is an incoming call, even when the headset is not being worn on the ear.


Besides the attractive appearance, a headset should present itself well in communication. When you use BT350 to talk, you can hear the other side of the line hollow and unclear and sometimes this can be the reason that you don not understand what is said at all. The situation on the other end of the lane is identical.

Just to check the range of the good quality connection that you can count on, during a phone call, we did a test and the device showed the result of 26 meters (85.3 feet) – a distance, similar to the one achieved by Nokia’s BH-700 and BH-801.

According to the official specifications of the manufacturer, you should be able to use Jabra BT350 up to 7 hours of talk time and up to 220 hours of standby time. We tested the device by means of a continuous phone call and sound volume set on maximum – after the test it stood up to 8 hours. This is a very good result and we are happy that the real results are better than the official ones. By this parameter, the headset’s performance exceeds that of BT150 – a unit, which endures 6 hours and 10 minutes, and has been included in this class as well.

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