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Bluetooth headsets

Following Bluetooth headsets have been tested. Remarks show special behaviour or restrictions.

Manufacturer Model Remark 
 JabraWaveNo PIN editor, headset does not support re-establishing connection. 
JabraEasy GOHeadset remembers paired phone, but to re-establish connection, it needs to be switched to pairing mode.
Jabra StyleMultiple service device (headset + data device). It means that it appears two times on handset "Known Devices" list.
JabraSupreme UC

Multiple service device (headset + data device). It means that it appears two times on handset "Known Devices" list.
Headset remembers paired phone, but to re-establish connection, it needs to be switched to pairing mode.

PlantronicsMarque2 (M_165)After 90 min. OFF there will be no re-connection.
No PIN editor, headset does not support re-establishing connection. 
PlantronicsVoyager Legend

Switching speech path: via putting headset close to the ear (sensor).

Headset remembers paired phone, but to re-establish connection, it needs to be switched to pairing mode.

PlantronicsM55If user deletes device from "Known Device" list, a new manual pairing will be needed.
PlantronicsML20No PIN editor, headset does not support re-establishing connection. 
SamsungHM1700Headset remembers paired phone, but to re-establish connection, it needs to be switched to pairing mode.
JabraStyleMultiple Service device (headset + data device). It means that it appears two times on handsets "Known Devices" list.
SennheiserEZX80Headset remembers paired phone, but to re-establish connection, it needs to be switched to pairing mode.
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