I needed it when making Skype/whatsapp calls with my phone when talking to grand parents. When the kids make noise and talk it is sometimes difficult to hear the other end as they get cut off so I thought this Jabra Speak would solve it as it says it is full-duplex. However it does not work in full duplex (i.e. sound should) so it is not better than using the phone. The only improvement is that the sound is slightly more powerful than using the phone's built-in loudspeaker.
Another drawback with Jabra Speak over the build-in mic and speaker is that when the other party starts to speak they sound is attenuated for about the first 2 seconds. This also occurs if talking in a quiet room, one person to another.
I have seen some others complain about that the volume of the speakers is not enough. I think they are enough for a fairly quiet office or room, but with kids around or in a noisier office or factory they are sometimes not powerful enough or on the limit.
It's quite easy to use, but it is more work than using the smartphones built in mic/speaker of course. And you have to go find the thing and you have to connect the bluetooth and you have to have it charged and you have to carry it around together with the phone if you want to move around in the room/house. If you are more than 2-3 meters from the Jabra Speak no one will hear you. If you use video the sound will also come from another direction than the video if the Jabra and the smartphone are not right next to each other which can be a bit weird especially for kids.…più
Mit aufkommenden Telekonferenzen, Skype und Hangouts ist das akustische Verständnis sehr wichtig. Ich nutze das Jabra bei jeder Telco und bin sehr zufrieden. Durch die Bluetooth Verbindung ist auch eine Koppelung mit dem Handy möglich wodurch wieder alle im Raum vom Teilnehmer am Telefon gehört werden können.
Den Akku habe ich bis jetzt noch nie gebraucht weil ich mehrheitlich mit dem Laptop in Meetings gehe und so über das Kabel verbunden bin.…più